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Full text of "The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War volume 15: Part 2, Medical and Casualty Statistics"

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To he 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 

IN THE WORLD WAR 



REFERENCE ONLY. 
VOLUME XV 

STATISTICS 



PART TWO 

MEDICAL AND CASUALTY 
STATISTICS 

BASED ON THE MEDICAL RECORDS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 
APRIL 1, 1917, TO DECEMBER 31, 1919, INCLUSIVE 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF 

MAJ. GEN. M. W. IRELAND 

The Surgeon General 

By 
Maj. Albert G. Love, M. C, U. S. Army 

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I have the honor to submit herewith a portion of the history of the MEDI- 
CAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY IN THE WORLD 
WAR. The portion submitted is entitled " Medical and Casualty Statistics," 
and is Part Two of Volume XV, on the subject of Statistics. 

The various parts of this history, irrespective of sequence in volume num- 
bers, will be published from time to time in such order as material becomes 
available. 

M. W. Ireland, 
Major General, The Surgeon General. 
The Secretary of War. 

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EDITORIAL BOARD." 



Lieut. Col. Frank W. Weed, M. C, Editor in Chief. 
Loy McAfee, A. M., M. D., Assistant Editor in Chief. 

Col. Bailey K. Ashford, M. C. 

Col. Frank Billings, M. C. 

Col. Thomas R. Boggs, M. C. 

Col. George E. Brewer, M. C. 

Col. W. P. Chamberlain, M. C. 

Col. C. F. Craig, M. C. 

Col. Haven Emerson, M. C. 

Brig. Gen. John M. T. Finney, M. D. 

Col. J. H. Ford, M. C. 

Lieut. Col. Fielding H. Garrison, M. C. 

Col. H. L. Gilchrist, M. C. 

Brig. Gen. Jefferson R. Kean, M. D. 

Lieut. Col. A. G. Love, M. C. 

Col. Charles Lynch, M. C. b 

Col. James F. McKernon, M. C. 

Col. S. J. Morris, M. C. 

Col. C. F. Morse, M. C. 

Col. R. T. Oliver, D. C. 

Col. Charles R. Reynolds, M. C. 

Col. Thomas W. Salmon, M. C. 

Lieut. Col. G. E. de Schweinitz, M. C. 

Col. J. F. Siler, M. C. 

Brig. Gen. W. S. Thayer, M. D. 

Col. A. D. Tuttle, M. C. 

Col. William H. Welch, M. C. 

Col. E. P. Wolfe, M. C. 

Lieut. Col. Casey A. Wood, M. C. 

Col. Hans Zinsser, M. C. 



» The highest rank held during the World War has been used in the case of each officer. 

t> On August 8, 1924, Col. Charles Lynch ceased to function as editor in chief of the history by reason of his 
retirement from the service, and became a member of the advisory editorial board. 
IV 



PREFACE. 



Publication of this part of the volume on statistics, containing the medical 
and casualty statistics for the United States Army during the World War, 
completes the war statistical work of the Surgeon General's Office, with the 
exception of such special statistical matter as may find place in the professional 
volumes. 

This work really began with the reorganization of the medical records 
section of that office in October, 1917. It has been carried out through various 
administrative changes, all of which are described in Volume I of this history. 
The final change was the authorization of the Statistical Division in the Surgeon 
General's Office, effected by Office Order No. 5, Office of the Surgeon General, 
W. D., February 15, 1921. This division is responsible for the compilation of 
the statistics included in the present volume. 

As a result of the war statistical work of the Surgeon General's Office three 
statistical studies have already been prepared and published. The first, 
"Physical Examinations of the First Million Draft Recruits; Methods and 
Results," was published, in 1919, as Bulletin No. 11 of the Surgeon General's 
Office. This was a study of the physical examinations of the first million draft 
recruits who were sent to military camps. The second, "Defects Found in 
Drafted Men," published by the W T ar Department, at the Government Printing 
Office, in 1920, was a study of the physical examinations of all selective service 
men of the first and second registrations who were rejected by the local boards as 
physically or mentally unfit for all military service; and of approximately 
2,000,000 selective service men sent to military camps. The third, "Army 
Anthropology," was published as Part I, of this volume. 

Medical and casualty statistics have also been published from year to year 
in the reports of the Surgeon General for 1918, 1919, and 1920. These contain 
such statistics for the calendar years of 1917, 1918, and 1919, respectively. 
Many data contained in these reports, with some additional data, will be found 
in the following pages. Comparison of the tables in the Surgeon General's 
annual reports for the years mentioned with those in the present volume will 
reveal some differences. In all such cases the figures which appear here should 
be given preference. 

Later, The Adjutant General proposes to publish final casualty statistics 
which will be based on a careful study of the complete records of all the individu- 
als concerned. These figures also will vary to some extent from those which 
appear here, due mainly to the fact that they were prepared solely for military 
purposes while those of the Medical Department had other purposes in mind as 
well. 

During the war approximately 12,000,000 individual medical records were 
received in the Surgeon General's Office, all of which have been utilized for the 



VI PREFACE. 

statistics which appear in the present volume. For the statistical tables in the 
Annual Reports of the Surgeon General for 1917, 1918, and 1919, and for the 
present volume, approximately 5,000,000 perforated statistical cards were pre- 
pared. 

The assistance of Maj. diaries 13. Davenport, S. C, is gratefully acknowl- 
edged. While this officer was not so intimately or directly concerned in the 
preparation of the present statistics as with that of the other statistical com- 
pilations which have been mentioned above, he performed most valuable serv- 
ices in connection with the compilation of statistics for the 1918 report of the 
Surgeon General, which have boen largely made of use here. 

Maj. Hubert Delafield, S. G, who served as assistant in the medical records 
section during its early days, also performed a valuable service to this volume 
in that his painstaking work at that time is reflected in the present tables. 

At the maximum, approximately 350 clerks were employed at one time in 
the medical records section. Practically all of them performed their duties 
intelligently, tboroughly, and conscientiously. All of those who so served in 
the section played his or her part in the preparation of the present volume. 
Only a few clerks, comparatively speaking, have remained, however, and 
have worked directly in getting the matter ready for the press. It is a special 
pleasure to acknowledge the assistance of those most directly concerned by 
name: 

Mr. William H. Deggs, principal clerk of the medical records section, since 
retired; Mr. Huntt P. Larcombe, now principal clerk of the division; Mr. Silas 
Berryman; Miss Helen R. Markley; Miss Loretta O'Donnell; Miss Viola N. 
Rose; Miss Anna T. Buckley; Miss Bertha Shipley; Miss Elizabeth Holland; 
Mrs. Harriett Rogers; Mr. Myer Lipshitch; Miss Mary C. Saunders; Miss Bew 
Patten; Miss Nellie Albee; Mrs. Katheryn Kavanagh; Miss Inez Tyler; Mrs. 
Blanche E. Moore; Miss Elsa M. Hansen; Mrs. Ella F. Miner; Mrs. Mary 
Roberts; Miss Ruth W. Harris; Miss Annie E. Bray. 



TABLE OF CONTEXTS. 



l'nge. 

Preface ^ 



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should read 1197; 8 lines from bottom 1029-1177 should read 1030-1180. 
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TABLE OF CONTEXTS. 

Page, 
Preface ^ 

Section I . 

METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 

Page. 

Strength data and estimate? 1 

Strength of total Army 3 

Strength of the Army, United States and Europe 3 

Strength by countries 4 

Strength by age 4 

Strength of officers and enlisted men in the United States by specified camps and by 

Sta,tes (other camps and posts) 5 

Strength by arms of service and by months, total officers and enlisted men, A. E. I"., 

1918 5 

Strength, Russia and Siberia— 1918-191 9 5 

Sick and wounded data 5 

Methods of assembling statistical data in the Surgeon General's Office 7 

Method of assembling strength data 7 

Method of assembling sick and wounded data 8 

Explanation of terms and methods used 10 

Section II. 
TABLES. 

Table. Page. 

1. Strength of total Army, by months, all countries, officers and enlisted men, including 

white, colored, and native troops, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 15 

2. Strength of Army, United States and Europe, by months, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive 17 

3. Strength of white enlisted men, by countries, by months, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive 19 

4. Strength of colored enlisted men, by countries, by months, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive 21 

5. Strength of native troops, by countries, by months, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 

inclusive 23 

6. Strength by age (approximate), of 3,673,133 officers and enlisted men, including both 

white and colored, United States and Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 
inclusive 25 

7. Strength of officers and enlisted men stationed in the United States, by specified camps 

and by States (other camps and posts), by months, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive 25 

8. Strength of specified camps, total enlisted men, by months, September 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive 32 

9. Strength of specified camps, white enlisted men, by months, September 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive 34 

10. Strength of specified camps, colored enlisted men, by months, September 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive 36 

11. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by 

States, by months, Camp Beauregard, La 57 

12. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by 

States, by months, Camp Bowie, Tex 57 

13. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by 

States, by months, Camp Cody, N. Mex 58 

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VIII TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Table. Page. 

14. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard by 

States, by months, Camp Custer, Mich 58 

15. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by 

States, by months. Camp Devens, Mass 59 

16. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Dix, N.J 59 

17. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Dodge, Iowa 60 

18. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Doniphan, Okla 00 

19. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Funston, Kans 61 

20. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Gordon, Ga 61 

21. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Grant, 111 62 

22. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Hancock, Ga 62 

23. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Jackson, S. C 63 

24. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Kearny, Calif 63 

25. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Lee, Va 64 

26. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Lewis, Wash 64 

27. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Logan, Tex 65 

28. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp MacArthur, Tex 65 

29. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp McClellan, Ala 66 

30. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Meade, Md 66 

31. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Pike, Ark 67 

32. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Sevier, S. C 68 

33. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Shelby, Miss 68 

34. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Sheridan, Ala 69 

35. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Sherman, Ohio 69 

36. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Taylor, Ky 70 

37. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Travis, Tex 70 

38. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Upton, N. Y 71 

39. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Wadsworth, S. C 71 

40. Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months, Camp Wheeler, Ga 72 

41. Strength, total enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 73 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. IX 

Table. Page. 

42. Strength, white enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, April 

1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 76 

43. Strength, colored enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, 

April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 79 

44. Strength by arms of service, and by months, total officers and enlisted men. American 

Expeditionary Forces, 1918 82 

45. Strength, Russia and Siberia, 1918 and 1919 82 

4G. Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, 

colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 
inclusive; absolute numbers 86 

47. Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men. white, 

colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1. 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 110 

48. Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive: 
absolute numbers 134 

49. Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; 
ratios per 1,000 150 

50. Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, ollicers and enlisted 

men, white, colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 10(i 

51. Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, ollicers and enlisted men, 

white, colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1. 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 190 

52. Days lost, by countries, including transports, ollicers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; 
absolute numbers 214 

53. Days lost, by countries, including transports, ollicers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; 
ratios per 1,000 238 

54. Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 2G2 

55. Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 278 

56. Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to Decem- 

ber 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 294 

57. Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to Decem- 

ber 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 310 

58. Deaths, by months, white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 326 

59. Deaths, by months, white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 338 

60. Deaths, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 

inclusive; absolute numbers 350 

61. Deaths, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 191!t, 

inclusive: annual ratios per 1,000 362 

62. Discharges for disability, by months, white enlisted men in the United States. April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 374 

63. Discharges for disability, by months, white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 390 

64. Discharges for disability, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 406 

65. Discharges for disability, by months, white enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 422 

66. Admissions, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States. April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 438 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Table. Page. 

67. Admissions, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 454 

68. Admissions, by months, colored enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 

1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 470 

09. Admissions, by months, colored enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 

1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 486 

70. Deaths, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 494 

71. Deaths, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 502 

72. Deaths, by months, colored enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 

inclusive: absolute numbers 510 

73. Deaths, by months, colored enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, 

inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 514 

74. Discharges for disability, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 518 

75. Discharges for disability, by months, colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 534 

76. Discharges for disability, by months, colored enlisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 550 

77. Discharges for disability, by months, colored eidisted men in Europe, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; annual ratios per 1,000 556 

78. Admissions, by months, enlisted men, color not stated, in Europe, April 1, 1917, to 

December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 560 

79. Deaths by months, enlisted men, color not stated, in Europe, April 1,1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive, absolute numbers 568 

SO. Discharges for disability, by months, enlisted men, color not stated, in Europe, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919; absolute numbers 572 

81. Admissions and deaths, for diseases, enlisted men, United States and Europe, April 1, 

1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000, and per- 
centage fatality rates 576 

82. Concurrent diseases, complications and sequelfe, enlisted men in the United States 

and Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 580 

83. Deaths and discharges for disability, by age, total officers and white and colored enlisted 

men, United States and Europe, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; abso- 
lute numbers 670 

84. Admissions, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in 

specified camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 678 

85. Admissions, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in 

specified camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 708 

86. Deaths, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in 

specified camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 

31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 738 

87. Deaths, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in speci- 

fied camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 756 

88. Discharges for disability, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding 

troops in specified camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to 
December 31, 1919, inclusive: absolute numbers. 774 

89. Discharges for disability, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (exclud- 

ing troops in specilied camps), white enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, 

to December 31, 1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 804 

90. Admissions, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in 

specilied camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to Decem- 
ber 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 834 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Table. Page. 

91. Admissions, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in 

specified camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to Decem- 
ber 31, 1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 858 

92. Deaths, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in speci- 

fied camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 882 

93. Deaths, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding troops in speci- 

fied camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 
1919, inclusive; ratios per 1,000 894 

94. Discharges for disability, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (excluding 

troops in specified camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 1917, to 
December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 900 

95. Discharges for disability, by camps of occurrence, and by States of occurrence (exclud- 

ing troops in specified camps), colored enlisted men in the United States, April 1, 
1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; ratios per 1.000 930 

96. Admissions for diseases (all), by camps, by months, total enlisted men, United States, 

October 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 954 

97. Deaths, for diseases (all), by camps, by months, total enlisted men, United States, Octo- 

ber 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 956 

98. Discharges for disability, for diseases (all), by camps, by months, total enlisted men, 

United States, October 1, 1917, to December 31 , 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers. . . . 958 

99. Days lost, for diseases (all), by camps, by months, total enlisted men, United States, 

January 1, 1918, to December 31, 1919, inclusive; absolute numbers 960 

100. Admissions, influenza and common respiratory diseases, measles, and the pneumonias, 

by camps of occurrence, by months, white enlisted men, United States, October 1, 
1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 962 

101. Deaths, influenza and common respiratory diseases, measles, and the pneumonias, by 

camps of occurrence, by months, white enlisted men, United States, October 1, 1917, 

to December 31, 1919, inclusive 978 

102. Admissions, influenza and common respiratory diseases, measles, and the pneumonias, 

by camps of occurrence, by months, colored enlisted men, United States, October 1, 
1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 994 

103. Deaths, influenza and common respiratory diseases, measles, and the pneumonias, by 

camps of occurrence, by months, colored enlisted men, United States, October 1, 
1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 1007 

104. Admissions and deaths, nonbattle injuries, total Army, April 1917, to December, 1919, 

inclusive. Absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000 strength, rate per 1,000 of nonbattle 
injuries, and case fatality rates 1015 

105. Admissions, battle injuries, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers and 

ratios per 1,000 1017 

106. Deaths, battle injuries, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers and ratios 

per 1,000 1017 

107. Discharges for disability, battle injuries, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute 

numbers and ratios per 1,000 1018 

108. Days lost in hospital, battle injuries, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute 

numbers and ratios per 1,000 1018 

109. Admissions, battle injuries, by military agents, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; 

absolute numbers and ratios per 1,000 1019 

110. Deaths, battle injuries, by military agents, officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; abso- 

lute numbers and ratios per 1,000 1021 

111. Discharges for disability, battle injuries, by military agents, officers and enlisted men, 

1917-18; absolute numbers and ratios per 1,000 1022 

112. Days lost in hospital, battle injuries, by military agents, officers and enlisted men, 

1917-18; absolute numbers and ratios per 1,000 1023 

113. Admissions, deaths, and case fatality rates, battle injuries, by poisonous gases, officers 

and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers and percentage rates 1023 



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Table. Pape. 

114. Admissions, deaths, and case fatality rates, battle injuries, by gunshot missiles, officers 

and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers and percentage rates 1023 

115. Admissions, deaths, and case fatality rates, battle injuries, by region and by mili- 

tary agent (poisonous gases excepted), single and multiple wounds, officers and 
enlisted men, 1917-18 1024 

116. Admissions, battle injuries, by arms of service, by months, total officers and enlisted 

men, 1917-18 ; absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000 1025 

117. Deaths in hospital, battle injuries, by arms of service, by months, total officers and 

enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000 102G 

118. Killed in action, by arms of service, by months, total officers and enlisted men, 1917- 

18; absolute numbers, and ratios per 1,000 1027 

119. Admissions and deaths, battle injuries, and killed in action, by arms of service. 

total officers and enlisted men, 1917-18; absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000, and case 
fatality rates 1028 

120. Wounds by gas and by gunshot missiles, and killed in action, Infantry, Artillery, 

Machine Gun Battalions, and Engineers, by month and by day, January 1 to Novem- 
ber 11, 1918, inclusive 1029 

121. Deaths, and wounded American Expeditionary Forces, North Russia and Siberia, 

August, 1918, to March, 1920, inclusive; absolute numbers 11 79 

122. Admissions, deaths, discharges for disability and days lost, including killed in action, 

total army, excluding North Russia and Siberia; absolute numbers, ratios per 1,000, 

and percentages, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive 1 180 



PLATES. 

Plate. Page. 

I. Strength of total Army, officers, all enlisted men, and total, by months, April, 

1917, to December, 1919 10 

II. Strength of total Army, United States, Europe, other countries, and total Army, 

by months, April, 1917, to December, 1919 18 

III. Strength of white enlisted men, United States, Europe, other countries, and 

total Army, by months, April, 1917, to December, 1919 20 

IV. Strength of colored enlisted men, United States, Europe, other countries, and 

total Army, by mouths, April, 1917, to December, 1919 22 

V. Strength of native troops, Filipino, Porto Rican, Hawaiian, and total, by 

months, April, 1917, to December, 1919 24 

VI. Density of popidation by States, census of 1920 2G 

VII. Number of enlisted men furnished by States, April, 1917, to November 11, 1918. 27 
VIII. Total enlisted men furnished by States, Regulars, National Guard, and National 

Army, April, 1917, to November 11, 1918 28 

IX. White enlisted men furnished by States, Regulars, National Guard, and Na- 
tional Army, April, 1917, to November 11, 1918 29 

X. Colored enlisted men furnished by States, Regulars, National Guard, and Na- 
tional Army, April, 1917, to November 11, 1918 30 

XI. Location of Camps, April, 1917, to November 11, 1918 31 

Xlf. Camp Beauregard, La.; strength by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

July, 1919 38 

XIII. Camp Bowie, Tex.; strength by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

August, 1919 38 

XIV. Camp Cody, N. Mex.; strength by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

August, 1919 39 

XV. Camp Custer, Mich.; strength by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 39 

XVI. Camp Devens, Mass.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 40 



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Plate. r age. 

XVII. Camp Dix, N. J.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1019 40 

XVIII. Camp Dodge, Iowa; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 41 

XIX. Camp Doniphan, Okla.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, 

to December, 1918 41 

XX. (.'amp Eustis, Va.; strength, by months, enlisted men, May, 1918, to December, 

1919 42 

XXI. Camp Forrest, Ga.; strength, by months, enlisted men, January, 1918, to Febru- 
ary, 1919 42 

XXII. Camp Fremont, S. C.; strength, by months, enlisted men, January, 1918, to 

April, 1919 43 

XXIII. Camp Funston. Kans.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September. 1917, to 

December, 1919 43 

XXIV. Camp Gordon, Ga.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 44 

XXV. Camp Grant, 111.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to De- 
cember, 1919 44 

XXVI. Camp Greene, N. C; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

March, 1919 45 

XXVII. Camp Greenleaf, Ga.; strength, by months, enlisted men, January, 1918, to 

April , 1919 .' 45 

XXVIII. Camp Hancock, X. J.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

May, 1919 40 

XXIX. Camp Humphreys, Va.; strength, by months, enlisted men, January, 1918, to 

December, 1919 40 

XXX. Camp Jackson, S. C; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 47 

XXXI. Camp Johnston, Fla.; strength, by months, enlisted men. January, 1918, to 

December, 1919 47 

XXXII. Camp Kearny, Calif.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917. to 

December, 1919 48 

XXXIII. Camp Lee, Va.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 191 9 48 

XXXIV. Camp Lewis, Wash.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 49 

XXXV. Camp Logan, Tex.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

April, 1919 49 

XXXVI. Camp MacArthur, Tex.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, 

to May, 1919 50 

XXXVII. Camp McClellan, Ala.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 50 

XXXVIII. Camp Meade, Md.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 51 

XXXIX. Camp Mills, N. Y.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

November, 1919 51 

XL. Camp Pike, Ark.: strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 52 

XI. I. Camp Sevier, S. C. ; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

April, 1919 52 

XLII. Camp Shelby, Miss.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

October, 1919 53 

XI.III. Camp Sheridan, Ala.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

September, 1919 53 

XI. IV. Camp Sherman, Ohio; strength, by months, enlisted men. September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 54 



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Plate Page. 

XLV. Camp Taylor, Ky.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917. to 

December, 1010 51 

XLVL Camp Travis, Tex.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, Mi 1 7. to 

December, 1919 55 

XLVII. Camp Upton, N. Y.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917, to 

December, 1919 55 

XLVTII. Camp Wadsworth, S. C; strength, by months, enlisted men, September, 1917. 

to October, 1919 56 

XLIX. Camp Wheeler, Ga.; strength, by months, enlisted men, September. 1917, to 

June, 1919 50 

L. Diseases (all), comparative trend, enlisted men, United States Army. United 
States and Europe, admissions and deaths, by months, April. 1917, to 

December, 1919; ratios per ] ,000 S3 

LI. Diseases (all) and mobilization, admissions and number of enlisted men mobi- 
lized, United States, comparative trend by months, April, 1917, to Decem- 
ber, 1919; absolute numbers 85 

LII. Casualties by months, all causes, United States troops, World War, percentage 

rates 10] (1 

LIII. Wounds by military agents, all causes, United States troops, World War, per- 
centage rates 1020 

LIV. General comparisons, gas and gunshot wounds, hospital cases, A. E. F., United 

States troops, World War 1 1 78 



APPENDIX. 

Page 

I. Extracts from the Manual for the Medical Department 1183 

II. Sick and wounded reports for American Expeditionary Forces 1193 

III. Sick and wounded forms (Figures 1 to 16 inclusive) 1202 



SECTION I. 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 

As it proved, during the World War, it was necessary to utilize for medical 
and casualty statistics not only reports made to the Surgeon General hut, to a 
considerahle extent, certain of those made to The Adjutant General and to the 
Provost Marshal General. 

It is not necessary here to describe the forms of special interest to the Medical 
Department which were used by the offices of The Adjutant General and the 
Provost Marshal General. The contrary is believed to be the case respecting 
Medical Department forms. Those of particular interest from the statistical 
standpoint are reproduced in Appendix III. Moreover, in other appendices 
may be found the orders in force regarding registration and reports of sick and 
wounded. 

Vital statistics were compiled for our entire Army, wherever serving, includ- 
ing troops in our tropical possessions and in China. Discussion of the subject 
here will be carried on under three heads, viz: (1) Strength data and estimates; 
(2) sick and wounded data; (3) methods of assembling data in the Surgeon 
General's Office. Then conies an explanation of the terms and methods used. 
The various tables follow. 

STRENGTH DATA AND ESTIMATES. 

It was highly desirable, of course, that the strength of the Army day by 
day be determined in order that its medical and casualty statistics might be eval- 
uated. This proved by no means a simple or a wholly practicable task. 
As World War methods were based on, though not identical with, peace time 
methods, it will be best to describe the latter first. 

In peace times, before the war, the senior medical officer with each com- 
mand obtained from the commanding officer the troop strength day by day. and 
reported the average daily strength for the month at the end of each month. 
This report was made to the Surgeon General on Medical Department Form 
No. 51. The form in question, as will be seen later, was a part of the monthly 
sick and wounded report to the Surgeon General, rendered by the senior 
medical officer for every command. The data on Form 51 were sufficient to 
enable the Surgeon General's Office to compile total strengths and strengths in 
detail in peace save for the fact that then certain officers and men are always 
detached from their commands and, in consequence, are not included in the 
strength reports of medical officers. The Adjutant General, however, is in a 
position to know the total strength of the Army from monthly reports made to 
him by individuals detached, as well as by all commands. To illustrate how this 
actually worked out in peace, for the year 1915, the officer strength as obtained 
from the reports of sick and wounded to the Surgeon General was 4,394; as 

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reported to The Adjutant General, it was 4,7S3. The mean enlisted strength of 
the Army for the same year (American troops, white and colored) by sick and 
wounded reports was 93,262, and on the returns of The Adjutant General's 
Office, 94,729. Vital statistics in peace times are figured on the Surgeon Gen- 
eral's strength, The Adjutant General's figures being utilized only incidentally. 
It is also important to remember that the latter figures are not a daily strength 
but the strength at the end of each month, and consequently could not he used 
without error in peace; in war, their use would prove even more misleading, 
especially during periods characterized b}* great and rapid gains or losses in 
strength. Certain losses of individuals, viz, killed in action, deaths not at mili- 
tary stations, discharges for disability and retirements, are reported only to 
The Adjutant General, and these must be taken into account in checking peace- 
time, as well as war-time, vital statistics. 

During the World War the detached list was relatively small, so small 
that no material error due to this cause resulted. Every effort was made to 
secure the monthly sick and wounded reports, mentioned above, from homo 
troops, and in the main this was very successfully accomplished. When reports 
of this character were not received they were demanded by letter or often by 
telegram from the Surgeon General's Office. The principal difficulty encountered 
at home was due to the necessity for secrecy, the departure of organizations 
for service overseas frequently not being learned by the Surgeon General's 
Office for weeks. When finally learned, however, it was possible to straighten 
out matters satisfactorily. At home, The Adjutant General's strength figures 
also were used, but only as checks and for rather minor details. Like methods 
were in successful operation for troops in our tropical commands. During 
the dcmohilization period, at home, as will be seen later, some further use had 
to be made of The Adjutant General's figures. 

From the present point of view, strength data were by no means so satis- 
factory for the American Expeditionary Forces," nor, as it proved, were strength 
figures always obtainable thence through the same reports, i. e., identical forms. 
In the early part of the w T ar, May, 1917, to December, 1917, since Form 51, 
as part of monthly reports of sick and wounded, was rendered the Surgeon 
General's Office from the American Expeditionary Forces, this form was utilized 
for strength data in the same way as like reports at home were used. Through 
the greater liability to error in reports from a force in campaign, with a con- 
stantly changing strength, it was found much more necessary, in the Surgeon 
General's Office, to check the strength for troops overseas, as given on Form 
51 with The Adjutant General's strength at the end of each month, than was 
the case for troops at home. When Form 53 replaced Form 51, as was some- 
times the case, The Adjutant General's strength figures were used. It was 
found practicable to use Form 51 exclusively for the month of December, 1919, 
the last month covered by these statistics. In the meantime, from January, 
1918, to November, 1919, inclusive, another plan had to be followed for the 
American Expeditionary Forces. This was due to the fact that for this period 
strength was not obtainable from reports made to the Surgeon General. While 
Form 51 was not abolished in the American Expeditionary Forces until the 
middle of 1918, it was so often not received in the Surgeon General's Office 

a This term as used here applies to our forces in Europe, excluding North Russia and Siberia. 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 

for the earlier months of 1918 that it could not bo relied upon for strength. 
On June 15, 1918, Form 51 was done away with in the American Expeditionary 
Forces; thenceforth the form rendered gave no strength figures. The Adjutant 
General's figures, therefore, had to be relied upon for the American Expedi- 
tionary Forces from January 1, 1918, to November 30, 1919, the strength 
taken being that of the last day of the month. The error (strength at the end 
of month instead of daily strength) was constant, of course, for the period 
in question. 

Transports afforded the poorest figures of all for strength, and those 
utilized here are only estimates, based on the best sources of information 
available. These estimates were made in the following manner: From May, 
1917, through November, 1918, from reports of organizations leaving the various 
posts and camps of the United States, supplemented by the meager reports 
received from transports; from December, 1918, to November, 1919, inclusive, 
from reports to the sanitation division of the Surgeon General's Office of the 
demobilization of troops in the United States, supplemented by reports of 
organizations serving in the United States and in countries other than Europe, 
and by the very meager reports of troops traveling on transports. 

Strength for troops in Siberia was obtained from monthly reports of sick 
and wounded (Form 51) sent to the Surgeon General; for troops in Russia, 
from The Adjutant General's reports, the strength being that of the last day 
of the month. While strength figures were better than sick and wounded 
figures, as will be seen later, vital statistics for these two commands were very 
poor on account of incomplete reports. 

STRENGTH OF TOTAL ARMY. 

For this, as well as for all other strengths, the reader is referred to the 
tables covering the subject. It will be found, in the main, that these tables, 
with their footnotes, are self-explanatory. This renders extended detailed 
explanation superfluous. On the other hand, on account of the complicated 
nature of the subject, it has been deemed best, even at the risk of repetition, 
to discuss here all details which might possibly not be understood solely from 
study of the tables. 

The strength of total Army by months, all countries, for officers and 
enlisted men, white, colored, and native, is found in Table 1. It is apparent from 
this table that the increase in strength of officers was coincident with that for 
white enlisted men, but the great increase in negro troops did not begin until 
the late spring and the summer of 1918. The demobilization decline was more 
rapid for negroes than it was for either white enlisted men or for officers. In 
other words, the negro troops on an average came in later and were demobilized 
earlier, and consequently were in the military service, on the average, for a 
shorter period of time. 

STRENGTH OF ARMY, EXITED STATES AND EUROPE. 

This is shown in Table 2. As stated, the strength on the last day of each 
month was used for a long period in Europe. This resulted in lowering the sick 
rates for the period during which the troops were going to Europe, since the 



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monthly strength used then (end of month) was above the average for the month 
in question. On the other hand, it resulted in raising the sick rates for the 
period during which troops were returning to the United States, for then the 
strength at the end of the month was below the average for the month. For 
the entire period, while no one month was exactly correct, the monthly excesses 
probably were equalized more or less by the monthly deficits. 

Separate strengths for white and colored troops were not furnished in 
Europe. It is obvious that, for vital statistics, white and colored should be 
considered separately. During the calendar year, 1917-18, it was possible to 
obtain a very fair estimate of the number of colored troops in Europe from 
month to month, from the estimated number of departures of these troops 
from posts, camps, etc., in the United States, as shown by their monthly sick 
and wounded reports, with such additional information as could be obtained from 
the unsatisfactory reports furnished from transports. When these troops were 
returning to the United States from Europe, it was impossible to obtain the 
same data as bases for estimating the separate strengths for white and colored 
troops remaining in Europe. The estimate then was based on total colored 
strength, the strength of colored other than in Europe, and on reports of 
demobilization. 

While the white and colored strengths in Europe are believed to be fairly 
close approximations they must be accepted only as close estimates, and, since 
much more accurate strengths were obtained in the United States for white and 
colored troops separately, deductions based on the United States figures would 
probably be much more significant than for white and colored in Europe. 

STRENGTH BY COUNTRIES. 

Strength by countries for total Army is given in Table 1. The same infor- 
mation for enlisted men — white, colored, and native — is given in much more 
detail in Tables 3, 4, and 5. Attention has already been invited, in discussing 
Table 1, to the differences in the times of mobilization and demobilization of 
the various classes of troops; Tables 3, 4, and 5 also show this. During the 
spring and summer of 1918, while the strength of the total Army rose rapidly, 
there was comparatively little increase in the United States, since troops were 
then being sent to Europe, where the rise was rapid in consequence. Mean- 
while, the strength of the camps in the United States, while not increasing, was 
being maintained by recruits sent to them who were then trained and sent 
abroad as the emergency required. Porto Piican troops increased from a 
strength of 1,444 in April, 1917, to a maximum of 16,664 in November, 1918; 
Filipino troops from 5,430 in April, 1917, to a maximum of 7,837 in October, 
1918 (monthly mean): and Hawaiian troops, which were organized during the 
war, which attained to a monthly mean strength of 7,058 for December, 1918. 
Native troops served only in their own country, save Porto Ricans, who 
served also in Panama, as shown by Table 5. 

STRENGTH BY AGE. 

The basic information for strength by age was obtained from Army Anthro- 
pology (Vol. XV, Statistics, Part One, Table 2, p. 64). This information was 
obtained origrinallv from the records of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance. 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 

which had the ages given by 3,673,133 applicants for War Kisk Insurance, 
including officers as well as enlisted men. 

It should be noted that the age given is usually that of entry into the service, 
and that the figures apply only to the applicants above mentioned. 

STRENGTH OF OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN IN THE UNITED STATES BY SPEC- 
IFIED CAMPS AND BY STATES (OTHER CAMPS AND POSTS). 

The strength of special large camps, and of officers and men not 
stationed in these large camps but elsewhere in the United States, is shown in 
Table 7. Officers and men not stationed in these large camps were classified 
by individual State where stationed, no account being taken of the individual 
stations within the particular State concerned. While, as mentioned elsewhere, 
the strength of the large camps was taken from monthly reports of sick and 
wounded made by senior medical officers to the Surgeon General, at certain 
camps during the period of rapid demobilization in 191!) it was found by the 
Surgeon General's Office that some officers and enlisted men were not being so 
reported from the camps in question; strength figures for these camps, therefore, 
were increased in the Surgeon General's Office, for the time being, by estimates 
based on demobilization figures. 

The tables which follow Table 7, and the accompanying graphs, go in 
detail into the matter of strengths by location in the United States. 

STRENGTH BY ARMS OF SERVICE AND BY MONTHS, TOTAL OFFICERS AND 
ENLISTED MEN, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 1918. 

Strength by arms of service, American Expeditionary Forces (Table 44) , has 
been calculated only for the year 1918. As will be seen later, this strength was 
used to figure casualties by arms of service. As practically no battle casualties 
occurred in the American Expeditionary Forces save for the year 1918, no 
statistics of this character have been computed for the only other year involved, 
1917, the very few casualties (60 wounded and 15 killed in action) for that 
year being arbitrarily carried forward into 1918. 

STRENGTH, RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, 1918-1919. 

As will be apparent wdien the tables giving vital statistics for troops in 
these two commands are consulted, the figures are of little value; however, in 
the interests of completeness strength Table No. 45 has been made. 

SICK AND WOUNDED DATA. 

During the World War preparation of individual records of sick and 
wounded was, as it still is, solely a function of the Medical Department. The 
forms used for this purpose when we entered the war were originally authorized 
to be effective January, 1905. They were the report cards (Form 52, Medical 
Department), report sheet for report of sick and wounded (Form 51, Medical 
Department), and the nominal check list (Forms 51a and olh. Medical Depart- 
ment) . Taken together, these constituted a monthly report of sick and wounded 
made to the Surgeon General. 

The method of reporting sick and wounded in vogue when we entered the 
World War, as prescribed in the Manual for the Medical Department, and as 



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carried out at home (and practically everywhere else save in the American 
Expeditionary Forces), throughout the war, is described in Appendix I. 

No forms other than those which have been mentioned were used for 
reporting sick and wounded in peace and they were to be retained in war, 
save under circumstances which will now be explained. 

For war, the Manual for the Medical Department prescribed two additional 
forms: (1) Diagnosis tags; (2) List of sick and wounded (Form 53). 

Diagnosis tags were used in our service for many years before the World 
War. The Manual for the Medical Department (see Appendix I, pars. 567 
and 575, inclusive) prescribed that mobile troops or commands in the theater 
of operations in time of war should use diagnosis tags, when first aid was given, 
and should attach them to the bodies of killed in action, examined by the 
Medical Department personnel. These tags, originals and duplicates (retained 
in a book from which the originals were torn), were to be collected and 
forwarded to the Surgeon General's Office, through the chief surgeon. They 
were of material importance in checking Form 52 and the field medical card 
(adopted June 15, 1918). 

A list of sick and wounded (Form 53, Medical Department) authorized 
on February 18, 1916, was provided, but only for the use of mobile troops 
or commands in the theater of operations in time of war, and in lieu thereof 
the regular peace report of sick and wounded. This form corresponded 
in size and ruling to "The returns of casualties" (Form 1490, Adjutant 
General's Office, edition of August 25, 1917). No space was provided on 
Form 53 for recording the age, nativity, and color of the patient, nor were 
provisions made for recording the strength of the organization reported upon, 
or for the movement of (changes in) the command during the month. 

The prescribed method of reporting sick and wounded as outlined above 
was thought to be inadequate for use in the American Expeditionary Forces, 
and a board of medical officers serving overseas was appointed to consider 
a revision of the method then in force. This board recommended that the 
prescribed method be modified for the American Expeditionary Forces. 
The recommendation received the approval of the commanding general and was 
published as regulations for "Sick and Wounded Reports for the American 
Expeditionary Forces," to become effective June 15, 1918. (See Appendix II.) 

The principal differences in the method thus adopted from the one 
previously prescribed follow: 

(a) The daily report of casualties and changes (Form 22, A. G. O., A. E. F. ; 
Figs. 7 and S), on June 15, 1918, replaced the list of sick and wounded (Form 53). 
The former was not used by the Surgeon General's Office. Report sheets 
(Form 51) and field reports, Forms 83, 84, 85, 211, were discarded. The 
latter, while Medical Department forms, had no reference to sick and wounded, 
and will not be referred to again. 

(b) A field medical card then adopted was a report and a transfer card, 
made for each patient at the first dressing station or hospital and sent with 
him in a paper envelope when transferred, preferably attached to his clothing. 
Appropriate notes showing operations, complications, and other data were 
recorded on this form at each hospital he entered. The diagnosis tag was 
recpiired to be placed in the envelope containing this cai'd. The field medical 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 

card remained with the patient until his final disposition in Europe, or, in case 
of transfer to the United States, until he arrived at the hospital designated 
for his treatment there. 

(c) Form 52 was still used, hut in the American Expeditionary Forces 
only hospital cases were so reported. Furthermore, the use of Form 52 was 
confined to one hospital, the last one in which the patient was treated in 
Europe prior to transfer to the United States, or to any other disposition, as 
death, or duty. For every case finally so disposed of in Europe, a report card 
(Form 52, A. E. F.) and a field medical card were forwarded to the Surgeon 
General through the chief surgeon, American Expeditionary Forces, at the end 
of the month; but for every case transferred to the United States, a report 
card only was forwarded to the Surgeon General, the field medical card being 
sent with the patient to his hospital. As a matter of fact, many of the latter 
were lost in transit from the American Expeditionary Forces. 

(d) No cases treated in quarters or in infirmaries were reported, nor was 
any case reported which was carded for record only. 

One further difficulty occurred abroad. In Europe (exclusive of North 
Russia), in North Russia, and in Siberia some of the American sick and 
wounded were treated not by our own medical officers but in the allied 
hospitals. Efforts were made by the medical authorities to secure from these 
hospitals accurate records of all such cases. A central office was established 
in Paris, and many such records were collected and forwarded to the Surgeon 
General's Office. Judging, however, by the incomplete character of some of 
the records received, it is probable that for a part of the admissions to these 
hospitals, and for some of the deaths which resulted, no records were received. 

The greatest difficulty encountered was in obtaining accurate records 
from troops traveling on transports. This was due to the fact that Army 
medical officers were not generally in medical charge on transports, and no 
arrangements were made with the Navy, or with civilian transport surgeons, 
for medical reports for sick Army personnel en route. As a result the reports 
of the sick and wounded obtained from transports were practically worthless. 
The inadequacy of these transport reports during the influenza epidemic in 
September and October, 1918, probably accounts in great part for a discrep- 
ancy (amounting to 1,G49) in the number of deaths from disease reported by 
The Adjutant General and by the Surgeon General as having occurred in the 
American Expeditionary Forces and on transports. It is only fair to say, 
however, that a part of the discrepancy is probably attributable to the inability 
of our medical authoi'ities to obtain records of all deaths which occurred among 
our men in the hospitals of our allies. 

METHODS OF ASSEMBLING STATISTICAL DATA IN THE SURGEON GENERAL'S 

OFFICE. 

METHOD OF ASSEMBLING STRENGTH DATA. 

All pertinent data with reference to strength were collected from The 
Adjutant General's Office and from the Provost Marshal General's Office, in the 
medical record section of the Surgeon General's Office; there they were care- 
fully studied by experienced clerks under the direct supervision of the officer 
in charge. As explained elsewhere, their figures were utilized for strength 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

tables in so far as the Surgeon General's better figures for vital statistical pur- 
poses were not available. When the Surgeon General's figures covered strength, 
it was a matter of very simple mathematics to obtain from them strengths in 
gross and in detail. Certain estimates of strength were also made in this 
branch of the medical record section. 

METHOD OF ASSEMBLING SICK AND WOUNDED DATA. 

From what has been said it will be, understood that for each Army patient 
there was made a report card or cards covering his sicknesses or wounds, and 
that these cards were sent monthly to the Surgeon General's Office. Compiling 
statistics from such cards then consisted merely in assembling and counting 
the cases in gross and in detail, though this process might and actually did 
prove very complicated. Before the war the report cards were first filed by 
post or organization. After the disease numbers (International Classification) 
had been entered on the individual report cards, each case was assembled by 
following it through all report cards made for it. Great statistical sheets were 
then utilized for transcribing the case records numerically from the individual 
report cards, and thus were compiled the vital statistics to be finally published 
in the Surgeon General's annual reports. Counting was done by hand. 

The method of filing the report cards in the Surgeon General's Office was 
changed in October, 1917. Subsequent to that time all report cards received 
from any source in the Army were arranged in one general alphabetical file, in 
dictionary order, by surnames. Surnames were subdivided by Christian names, 
and similar Christian names by age, nativity, etc. All of the cards, or at least 
a large percentage, for a given case were brought together before any attempt 
was made to utilize their data. Inasmuch as it was necessary to prepare the 
statistical tables for the Surgeon General's annual reports from each year's 
material, it was not possible to assemble all the record cards for the war in one 
file before attempting to compile the statistics. Consequently this work was 
done by card groups for three or four months as the cards were assembled and 
alphabetized. An effort was made at the beginning of the work to use only 
the cards for completed cases, taking out all cards for incomplete cases, and 
placing them in a file to be worked later. This plan, however, involved so 
much additional labor in rearranging the cards that it had to be discontinued. 
Subsequently all report cards in every file were used, the disposition being 
shown as incomplete when necessary. 

By regulations a report card (Form 52) was furnished for every case com- 
pleted in hospital or in quarters, or carded for record only, during the current 
month, and for all patients remaining on sick report at the end of the month in 
which admitted, a second report card being required for the month in which the 
case was completed when more than one month was involved. For the pur- 
poses of the annual reports, on December 31 of each year a report card was 
required also for every patient remaining on sick report on that date. Very 
frequently, however, several cards in addition to those mentioned were ulti- 
mately received for cases of chronic character admitted to sick report several 
times, and especially for such cases originating in the field or overseas, for 
whom many transfers were involved. As the space on Form 52 is necessarily 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 9 

limited, frequently nearly all of it was used for entering the case record, very 
little being available for other purposes. Moreover, these cards arc permanent 
War Department records, to be used for obtaining information needed in adjust- 
ing claims against the Government for disabilities resulting from disease con- 
tracted or injuries occurring while in the military service. Aside from other 
reasons, this alone was sufficient to prevent the medical record section of the 
Surgeon General's Office from placing any confusing or disfiguring marks, such 
as code numbers, on the report cards. 

It was apparent also that while directly transcribing the information on 
the report cards to great statistical sheets by hand, as had been the practice 
in peace, was fairly satisfactory for the statistics of a small army, this system 
was entirely too time consuming for such a large force as it was certain the 
country would soon have. 

Steps were immediately taken, therefore, to change the system in vogue 
when, in October, 1917, the medical record section was organized. 

With the radical change in system made at that time, the report cards 
remained the source of all information for individual records of disease and 
injury which, taken together, still constituted the basis for the vital statistics 
of our Army. But between the report cards and completed statistics an 
elaborate machinery was installed and operated. For this a code book, 
statistical perforated cards, and the Hollerith equipment were adopted. 

A code was prepared which was so comprehensive that, after the data on 
the report cards had been coded, vital statistical information of practically 
any character could be obtained. Competent medical officers, and especially 
the distinguished representatives of practically every branch of medical science, 
who at the time were stationed in the Surgeon General's Office, assisted materially 
in the preparation of this code. The code book used in the Bureau of Medicine 
and Surgery, United States Navy, was also freely consulted. A medical 
officer recently returned from France brought with him samples of the statis- 
tical perforated card recently adopted by France: also the outline of the 
coding system which the French proposed to use. These were also used freely. 
The result was an elaborate coding book for diseases and traumatisms. 

The code having been adopted — and this suffered but slight change during 
the war — the next step was to prepare a code card adapted for use with the 
Hollerith equipment. The code cards used were not exactly the same throughout 
the war. At the beginning, or for the nine months of 1917, both statistical code 
and perforated cards were used, one of each being employed for each medical 
and for each surgical case. What these were will be apparent by consulting 
Figures 14 and 15. Thereafter no statistical code card intervened between 
report card, Form 52, and perforated card. Limitation of space on the per- 
forated cards still made it necessary to have one such card for medical cases 
and one for surgical cases (See Fig. 16). The life history and military status 
were of course the same for both these cards. 

The card finally adopted had 45 columns of figures arranged to correspond 
with the subdivisions of the report card, Form 52. In the further discussion 
of the mechanics of preparing the statistics only the final statistical per- 
forated card will receive consideration. 



10 MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

The actual steps in the plan finally adopted were as follows: 

(1) Penciling the code numbers from the code hook on the statistical 
perforated card in accordance with the entries on the report card which was 
consulted for the purpose. (It will be noted that in the illustration given, 
Fig 16, these numbers have been typewritten; this was not the practice, 
however. They were actually entered by pencil.) The clerks engaged in so 
entering the code numbers were known as ''coders," and were of two, or rather 
three, classes; nonprofessional and so-called professional coders, the latter 
being subdivided into medical and traumatism coders, depending on whether 
they coded medical or surgical data. The so-called professional coders were 
not physicians, but older and more experienced clerks. 

(2) The perforation of the code card by clerks, known as "punchers," 
was the next step. 

The coders, in addition to transferring the information on Form 52 to the 
statistical perforated card, placed on the latter the Army serial number of the 
patient concerned. This was made the practice as soon as the War Department 
adopted serial numbers for Army personnel, which was early in 1918. This 
acted as a cross reference, so that no difficulty was subsecpuently experienced 
in connecting the original report card with the statistical perforated card in 
case of suspected error, readmission, etc. Much difficulty in this respect 
had previously been experienced. 

Reference has been made above to a multiplicity of cards arriving at the 
Surgeon General's Office covering a case that had run a very long course. To 
keep track of these cases a space was provided on the statistical perforated card 
for cases remaining in hospital. Also provision was made on this card for a 
readmission record so that all subsequent records of a given case if returned 
to hospital for further treatment could be linked up with the original disease or 
injury. Statistical perforated cards were made for men killed in action from 
nominal lists furnished by The Adjutant General's Office. 

Still another form used in the Surgeon General's Office remains to be 
described. This was the transcript card. In a way this form assumed the 
place of Form 52. That is to say, it was used, when Form 52 was not made, to 
transcribe data of individual cases from the list of sick and wounded, Form 53. 

EXPLANATION OF TERMS AND METHODS USED. 

(1) White is synonymous with Caucasian, but all are classed as whites save 
negroes, and natives enlisted or inducted outside of the United States. 

(2) Negro is used interchangeably with colored. 

(3) American troops include both white and negro troops, no distinction 
being made for Indians, Chinese, Filipinos, etc., inducted or enlisted in the 
United States. 

(4) Troops is used as synonymous with enlisted men. 

(5) Strength means the military population. Thus, if the annual strength 
of a camp is shown as 1,000, the interpretation is that there was an average 
of 1,000 men in the camp for every day of the year. Strength as used in this 
volume is reduced to a mean annual or a mean monthly basis. 

(6) Mean monthly strength is the daily average strength for the month. 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 11 

(7) Mean annual strength is the total of the monthly strengths divided 
by 12. This was generally satisfactory for purposes of comparison, but one false 
result of using mean annual strengths for comparing one camp with another 
must be pointed out. In camps occupied only or largely during epidemic 
periods, converting their strengths to mean annual strengths and then com- 
paring them with camps occupied throughout the year gives a very incorrect 
result. Comparison by period of epidemic is of course the correct method. 

(8) Total of mean annual strengths. — Ratios are figured throughout on total 
of mean annual strengths, April, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive. 

(9) Cases, admissions, readmissions, and concurrent diseases, complications 
and sequelse. — The main tables in the present volume are based on records of 
admissions and not on those of cases. That is to say, while it is true, all ad- 
missions represent cases, on the other hand they do not give the total case 
incidence as it did not prove practical to record in them cases which coexisted 
at the time of admission or which occurred while a patient was on sick report. 
These coexisting affections and the subsequent affections in the course of a 
patient's stay on sick report might or might not have had any relation to the 
primary cause of admission. At all events, as already explained, they were 
not made of record in the main tables. A supplementary table has been 
prepared, however, entitled "Concurrent diseases, complications and sequela?," 
which gives for each disease recorded as a primary cause of admission for 
enlisted men in the United States and Europe, such affections as coexisted and 
as occurred while men were on sick report. 

The term admissions refers to admissions by original cause of admission. 
It includes: (a) All patients reported as treated in hospital; (6) all patients 
reported as treated in quarters and excused from military duty, when still 
attached to a combat organization, staff detachment, development battalion, 
or convalescent camp ; (c) all patients reported as carded for record only when 
treated and not excused from duty, but whose disease or injury was of such 
character as to have a probable bearing upon their future physical fitness for 
military service; (d) all deaths; (V) all discharges for disability for enlisted men 
or retirements for disability for officers. Only one cause of admission was 
made of record as such. Furthermore, if a soldier with influenza subsequently 
developed lobar pneumonia, then purulent pleurisy, and finally tuberculosis, 
only one was counted, the cause of the primary admission. This plan was 
followed on the ground that the purpose of this statistical study was primarily 
to determine the number of men excused from military duty by original cause 
of disease, and not the number of cases of the various diseases treated. 

The statistics, naturally, include only admissions and cases for which 
report cards were made and sent to the Surgeon General. A large number of 
men, not excused from military duty, were treated in military hospitals and 
dispensaries and were not so reported upon. These were mainly men treated 
for minor illnesses and injuries, for errors of refraction or other eye conditions, 
and for minor diseases of the ear, nose, and throat. 

Readmissions were not counted as admissions. Thus, if a man admitted to 
hospital with measles was returned to duty and was subsequently readmitted 
within a very few days on account of otitis media considered to have resulted 
from the attack of measles, the second admission was charged to the measles, 



12 MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

the otitis media being shown as the complication. And only in Table 82 the 
final disposition, whether the man was returned to duty, died, or was discharged 
for disability, and the time lost, was charged to measles. Or, if a case of 
gonorrhea was detected and reported, the man not being excused from duty 
but receiving treatment while doing full duty, and the man subsequently de- 
veloped a complicating epididymitis for which he was admitted to hospital, 
the entire time lost and the disposition was charged to the original admission 
for gonorrhea, the epididymitis being shown as the complication and only in 
Table 82. 

(10) Days lost and noneffective rate. — Attention is invited to the fact that 
the days lost were credited to the original cause of admission. Noneffective 
rate shows the average number of men absent from duty for each day of the 
year. Thus, the noneffective rate, expressed as 25 per 1,000, means that for 
each day of the year there was an average of 2.5 men absent from duty on 
account of sickness out of each 1,000 strength; in other words, 2.5 per cent 
were unfit for duty. 

(11) Deaths and discharges for disability. — For the vital statistics for the 
Surgeon General's reports, as published for the years 1909 to 1916, inclusive, 
the absolute numbers of deaths and discharges for disability for troops in the 
United States had been given in two columns. The first included all deaths 
or discharges for disability which occurred in the United States; the second 
included only deaths or disability discharges which were the result of cases 
that originally developed or became apparent in troops serving in the United 
States. In the same way, two columns were shown for American troops serving 
outside of the continental limits of the United States. The first column showed 
the number of deaths and discharges for disability which actually occurred in 
each country concerned, and the second column included cases which had been 
invalided to the United States, and in which deaths or discharges ultimately 
occurred there. At this time, in all instances, however, the ultimate disposition 
was charged to the month and the year in which it actually occurred. The 
place ratios, which w r ere shown, were based on the second column of the 
absolute numbers. 

This plan of double columns was abandoned during the war, and in handling 
the vital statistics of the war every effort was made to charge all discharges 
for disability, deaths, and time lost, to the original causes, places, and times 
of occurrence of primary admissions. This was done and tables were made, 
not only for all troops for the entire war period but for white and colored troops 
separately, in the United States and Europe, by months of original admis- 
sion, and for those in the United States by definite camp or State location. 
The only exception made to this practice was due to the fact that sometimes 
it was not found possible to charge all suppurative pleurisies (empyema) and 
other very long-continued cases back to original cause of admission; of neces- 
sity these were charged to final condition. 

This method of charging deaths to times and places of occurrence of the 
original admissions renders it difficult to compare the death rates so compiled 
with those of the Army in previous wars and with those of civil life, in which 
deaths and discharges are charged to the actual times and places of occurrence. 



METHODS OF COLLECTING AND COMPILING VITAL STATISTICS. 13 

The epidemiological advantages of the system, however, were believed to out- 
weigh the disadvantages. 

It should also be noted here that deaths from operations done for removal 
of defects have been charged to the defects and not to the operations. 

(12) Hates used arc annual ratios per thousand, with the exception of the 
case fatality rates, which are expressed in percentages. 

(13) Injuries. — Nonbattle injuries are included in the general tables. This 
is not the case witli battle injuries, which are tabulated separately. 

(14) Classification. — The diagnostic terms used and the numbers therefor 
are those of the International Classification of the Causes of Death, with terms 
for morbidity in addition. The grouping of this classification has been changed, 
but its numbers have been retained. For the classification of joint causes of 
death, it being practicable to specify only one cause, though two or more 
conditions actually existed and might have been responsible for the death, the 
international rules were used as a guide. 



SECTION II. 



TABLES. 



Table 1. — Strength of total Army, by months, all countries, offiters and enlisted men, including white, 
colored, and native troops, Apr, 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive." 



Year and month. 



Officers. 



1917. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December. 



Mean annual 
strength 



In 

United 
States. 



8,078 
12,474 
12,808 
18,484 
25, 242 
50, 178 
55, 147 
57,546 
67,278 



In 
Europe. 



101 
529 
1,057 
1,816 
3,050 
3,551 
6,875 
7,688 



— 



25,603 2,056 



1918. 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December . . . . 



07,585 
71,781 
72,307 
71,797 
69,021 
71,345 
69,755 
64,164 
74, 489 
82, 808 
82,629 
66,248 



In all 
other 
coun- 
tries.!) 



1,390 
1,398 
1,348 
1,518 
1,485 
1,473 
1,306 
1,515 
1,588 



Enlisted men. 



Total. 



9,468 
13, 973 
14, 685 
21,059 
28, 543 
54,701 
60,004 
65, 936 
76, 554 



1,085 I 28,744 



White 

American 

troops. 



212,376 

276,081 

354,063 

522, 909 

648,072 

879, 627 

1, 153, 518 

1,215,228 

1, 319, 470 



Total. 



Colored 
Amer- 
ican 
troops. 



Total 

American 

troops. 



7,712 
9,516 
9,433 
10,997 
12, 859 
13, 643 
26, 954 
45, 715 
48, 736 



220,088 

285, 597 

363, 496 

533, 906 

660, 931 

893,270 

1, 180, 472 

1,260,943 

1,368,206 



En- 
listed 
native 
troops. 



6, 874 
7, 251 
7,729 
7,776 
7,811 
8,102 
8,110 
7,428 
7,756 



Ollicers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

American 

troops. 



229,556 

299,570 

378, 181 

554, 965 

689, 474 

947, 971 

1,240,476 

1,326,879 

1,444,760 



548, 445 



15, 464 



Ollicers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



236, 430 

306,821 

385, 910 

562, 741 

697, 285 

956,073 

1, 248, 586 

1,334,307 

1,452,516 



5, 735 



Mean annual 
strength 



71,994 



January. 
February... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October. . .. 
November. 
December. 



1919. 



48,362 
38,394 
34,702 
31,986 
29, 036 
25,907 
24, 876 
23,208 
20, 561 
17,333 
12,904 
12,763 



12,710 
10,429 
18,774 
23, 421 
32,561 
40,386 
54,189 
61,011 
71, 193 
76,391 
79,339 
75,846 



10. S54 



1,545 
1,555 
1,718 
2,945 
4,897 
4,566 
5,613 
4,605 
3,775 
3,487 
2,262 
1,862 



81,840 
89,765 
92,799 
98,163 
106, 479 
116,297 
129,557 
129,780 
149, 457 
162,687 
164,230 
143, 956 



1,319,691 
1,349,802 
1,446,769 
1, 614, 617 
1, 898, 262 
2,192,660 
2, 513, 589 
2,644,834 
2,921,486 
3,046,751 
2, 975, 851 
2, 567, 265 



3,236 122,084 



Mean a n Dual 
strength 26,669 



Total of mean an- 
nual strengths .. 



124,266 



69,800 

61,462 

53,312 

43,193 

31,302 

20,263 

7,740 

3,868 

2,797 

1,656 

1,347 

1,074 



4,072 
4,954 
4,994 
5,953 
6,580 
6,125 
6,575 
3,004 
1,831 
1,888 
1,394 
1,436 



122,234 
104, 81J 
93,008 
81, 132 
66,918 
52,295 
39, 191 
30,080 
25,189 
20,877 
15,645 
15, 273 



73,728 



2,207,631 



63,767 
63, 976 
70,498 
80,534 
121,540 
130,983 
186,298 
254, 839 
274,428 
327, 561 
302,625 
254, 278 



177,611 



1,383,458 
1,413,778 
1,517,267 
1,695,151 
2,019,802 
2,323,643 
2,699,887 
2,S99,673 
3,195,914 
3,374,312 
3, 278, 476 
2, 821, 543 



7, 036 
7,417 
7,069 
7,438 
7,468 
10, 339 
18,496 
28, 107 
28, 600 
30,857 
31, 464 
27,707 



592, 653 



598, 389 



1,465,298 
1,503,543 
1,610,066 
1,793,314 
2, 126, 281 
2, 439, 940 
2,829,444 
3,029,453 
3,345,371 
3,536,999 
3, 442, 706 
2,965,499 



1,472,334 

1,510,960 
1,617,135 
1,800,752 
2, 133, 749 
2, 4.50, 279 
2,847,940 
3,057,560 
3,373,977 
3,567,856 
3, 474, 170 
2.993,206 



2,385,242 



2,212,359 

1,879,940 

1,628,823 

1, 325, 047 

996,038 

648, 715 

427,064 

257, 885 

211,405 

185, 867 

172, 860 

175,403 



230,288 

203,273 

170,919 

152, 320 

140,609 

114,696 

40,870 

21, 595 

14, 742 

10, 989 

10,711 

10,668 



24,818 4,067 55,554 843,451 93,473 936,924 12,619 



2,442,647 

2,083,213 

1, 799, 742 

1,477,367 

1,136,647 

763,411 

467,934 

279, 480 

226, 147 

196,856 

183,571 

186,071 



20,027 
16, .561 
14, 151 
12,959 
12, 782 
12,726 
10,949 
10, 085 
10, 273 
9, 919 
9,992 
10,398 



2,507,326 2,524,993 



2,564,881 

2,188,023 

1,892,750 

1,558,499 

1,203,565 

815,706 

507, 125 

309,560 

251,336 

217,733 

199,216 

201,344 



2,585 508 

2,204,584 

1,906,901 

1,571,458 

1,216,347 

828,432 

518,074 

319,645 

261,609 

227,652 

209, 208 

211,742 



8,388 i 206,382 3,599,527 286,548 



3,886,075 36,022 



992,478 1,005,097 



4,092,457 ; 4,128,479 



a Source of information: See Table 2 for troops in the United States; Table 2 for troops in Europe; Table 5 for native 
troops; Tables 2 and 3 for white troops; and Tables 2 and 4 for colored troops. 

ft Includes officers in the Philippine Islands, China, Panama, Porlo Rico, Hawaiian Islands, Eussia and Siberia, 
and on transports. 

15 



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Table 2. — Strength of Army, 



United Slates and Europe, by months, Apr. 1, 1911 
1919, inclusive. 



to Dee. 31, 



Year and month. 



1917. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December . 



United Stales." 



Offi- 
cers. 



En- 
Enlisted listed 
white, i col- 
ored. 



Total 
enlisted. 



8.0TS 
12,474 
12, 80S 
18,484 
25,242 
50, 178 
55, 147 
57,546 
67,278 



183, 75S 

245,454 

309,205 

45s, -17 

562,714 

776,466 

1,032,244 

1,061,422 

1,129,065 



4,870 
5,826 
5,171 
6,675 
8, 519 
9,409 
21,795 
39, 225 
36,851 



188,628 

251,280 

314,376 

465, 492 

571,233 

785, 875 

1,054,039 

1,100,647 

1,165,916 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



196,706 

263,754 

327, 184 

483,976 

596,475 

836,053 

1,109,186 

1,158,193 

1,233,194 



Europe.' 



Offi- 
cers. 



101 

529 

1,057 

l.sir, 
3,050 
3,551 
6,875 

7,08* 



Mean annual 
strength 



1918. 

January 

February... 
March 

April 

May 

Jutie 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November.. 
December.. 



25,603 479,929 11,529 491,457 517,060 



Enlisted 
white. 



626 
12,794 
28,821 
5(1, S.S2 
70, 266 
92, 139 
123; 429 
160,178 



Enlisted 
colored. 



935 
2,392 
5,346 



Total 
enlisted. 



626 
12,794 
28,821 
50,882 
70,266 
93,074 
125,821 
165, 524 



45,650 



67,585 
71,781 
72,307 
71,797 
69,021 
71,345 
69, 755 
64,164 
74,489 
82,809 
82,629 
66, 248 



1,090,434 
1,095,039 
1,129,223 
1,168,55.8 
1,197,757 
1,303,746 
1,328,513 
1,284,247 
1,321,440 
1,343,933 
1,255,195 
941,219 



59, 705 
49, 955 
54,814 
59,015 
87,650 
89, 305 
124,976 
168,422 
164, 846 
182, 705 
150. 587 
104, 140 



1,147,139 
1,144,994 
1,184,037 
1,227,573 
1,285,407 
1,393,051 
1,453,489 
1,452,669 
1,486,286 
1,526,638 
1,405,782 
1,045,359 



1,214,724 
1,216,775 
1,256,344 
1,299,370 
1,354,428 
1,464,396 
1,523,244 
1,516,833 
1,580,775 
1,609,447 
1,488,411 
1,111,607 



Mean annual 
strength 



1919. 

January 

February 

March . .' 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



Mean annual 
strength 



Total of mean 
annual 
strengths 



71,994 1,205,442 107,260 1,312,702 



48, 362 
38, 391 
34, 702 
31,986 
29. 036 
25,907 
24.S76 
23, 20S 
20,561 
17,333 
12,901 
12,763 



26,669 



672,937 
471,815 
400,839 
339, 836 
291,810 
246, 903 
215,104 
156,791 
149.360 
139,877 
132,403 
135,411 



279,926 



68,337 

66, 104 

44,634 

29,824 

20, 780 

1.8,562 

20,058 

18,013 

11,322 

9,084 

8,792 

8,935 



741,274 
537,919 
451,473 
369, 660 
312,590 
265,465 
235, 162 
174,804 
160,682 
14K,961 
141,195 
144,376 



27,037 I 305,964 



12,710 
16,429 
18, 774 
23, 421 
32, 561 
40,386 
54,189 
61,011 
71,193 
76,391 
79,339 
75,846 



1,384,696 1 46,854 



789,636 
576,313 
486,175 
401,646 
341,626 
291,372 
260,038 
198,012 
181,243 
166, 294 
154,099 
157, 139 



69,800 

61,462 
53,312 
43, 193 
31,302 

20, 263 
7,740 
3,868 
2,797 
1,656 
1,347 
1,074 



193, 264 

223, 130 

283,268 

388, 048 

587,240 

796,427 

1,063,192 

1,266,592 

1,527,793 

1,635,321 

1,682,836 

1,591,962 



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S,673 
9.664 
11,541 
12,667 
28,279 
33,208 
47,171 
78, 734 
91,270 
138,827 
148,679 
14S,372 



63,090 



333,633 24,818 



124,260 



1,965,297 



I 
145,826 2,111,123 



2,235,389 73,728 



1,4SS,6S3 

1,310,083 

1,115,693 

853, 425 

569, 842 

271,633 

111,634 

48,006 

30,315 

21,055 

18,920 

18,379 



140,396 
131,219 
123, 152 
119,801 
108,650 
64, 166 
12, .508 



488,139 58,599 



201,937 

232,794 

294,809 

400,715 

615,519 

829,635 

1,110,363 

1,345,326 

1,619,063 

1,774,148 

1,831,515 

1,740,334 



Tolal 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



727 
13,323 
29,878 
52,698 
73,316 
911,625 
132,696 
173,212 



999,680 



214,647 

249,223 

313, 583 

424, 136 

648,080 

870,021 

1,164,552 

1 406 337 

1,690,2,56 

1,850,539 

1,910,854 

1,S16,1S0 



1,046,534 



1,629,079 

1,441,302 

1,238,845 

973,226 

678,492 

335,799 

124, 142 

49,747 

31,602 

21,240 

19, 003 

18, 379 



1,698,879 

1,502,764 

1,292,157 

1,016,419 

709,794 

3.56,062 

131,882 

53,615 

34,399 

22,896 

20,350 

19,453 



546,738 571,556 



1,469,656 122,412 



1,592,068 1,665,793 



Daily average strength for each month. Source of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office 
of the Surgeon General. 

<> Source of information: From May to December, 1917, and for December, 1919. from the monthly reports of sick and 
wounded to the Oflico of the Surgeon General, with corrections made by comparison with the strength for the last 
day of the month as furnished by the Office of The Adjutant General. From Jan. 1, 1918, to Nov. 30, 1919, inclusive, from 
the office of The Adjutant General, the strength being that as of the last day of the month. Separate strengths for the 
white and colored enlisted men from Jan. 1, 1918, to Nov. 30, 1919, estimated," the estimation being based, for 1918, on the 
reports of organizations leaving the United States, supplemented by such meager reports as were received from troops 
traveling on transports; for 1919, on reports of the demobilization of troops, furnished to the Sanitation Division of the 
Surgeon General's Office, supplemented by a consideration of the strength of the colored troops serving in the United States 
and in all countries other I ban Europe. 



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to Dee. 31, 1919, 



Year an<l month. 



April 

May 

Juiic 

July 

August 

September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 



Mean annual strength . . 



January. . . 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 



1918. 



Mean annual strength . 
1919. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. .. . 
September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 



Mean annual strength. . 

Total of mean annual 
strengths 



United 
States. 



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245, 45 1 

309, 20,") 

458, SIT 

562, 71 4 

77li, 466 

1,032,244 

1,061,422 

1,129,065 



Europe. 



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12,794 
28,821 
50, ss2 
70, 266 
92, 139 
123, 4211 
160, 178 



Philip- 
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12,620 
12,069 
11,236 
10,083 
8,363 
7, 427 
7, 489 
7,1111 



Panama. 



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44. 928 



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I, mm, 131 
1,095,039 
1, 129, 22:1 
1,1 (IS, 55S 
1, 1517,757 
1,303,746 
1,328,513 
1,284,247 
1,321,4411 
1,343,933 
1,255,195 
941,219 



1,205,442 



672,937 
471,815 
400, 839 

339, 830 
291,810 
240, 903 
215, 104 
156, 791 
149,300 
139, S77 
132, 403 
135,441 



279, 926 



1, 965, 297 



193,201 

223, 130 

2S3, 20S 

3SS, 04S 

587, 240 

790, 427 

1,003,192 

1,200,592 

1 , 527, 793 

1,635,321 

1,082,830 

1,591,902 



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6, 23S 
0, iso 

0, 933 
7, 103 
S, 10S 
S, 300 
5, 205 
1,020 
3, 590 
2, 997 
3,001 



7, 790 
S, 41S 
8,712 
9,021 

7,500 

8,845 
8,710 
S, 5S0 

8, 619 



6,398 



8,571 
8,074 
8,212 
8, 529 
S, 054 
8,940 
8,034 
8,105 
7,410 
8, 033 
7,9,87 
7, 022 



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1,488,683 

1,310,083 

1, 115,693 

853, 425 

509, S42 

271,633 

111,031 

48,006 

30,315 

21,055 

18, 920 

18,379 



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4, 001 
4, 082 
4,031 
4,173 
3, 846 
3,072 
3, 037 
3, 735 
3,815 
3. 700 
3,814 



48,8,139 



3, 883 



1,469,650 16,995 



s. 289 



7, 000 
7, 579 
7, 421 
0,081 
4,934 
4, 457 
4,310 
4, 4,81 
3, 953 
3,0,80 
3,014 
3,041 



5,001 



19, 688 



Hawaiian Trans- 
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Russia 

and 
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8,075 
8,411 
9, 379 
9,091 
10,043 
10, 073 
10, 821 
12, 305 
9, 289 



219 
552 

1 , 904 

4, 723 
6, 850 

5, 01 1 
2,171 

2, 003 
5, 209 



7,391 



2, 387 



8,181 
8,039 

7, 703 
7,817 
7, 825 
0,804 
4, 431 
3, 832 
4,002 
3, 165 
2, 929 
2,723 



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1,951 
1,870 
2, 008 
3, 070 

3, 472 
3, 078 
3, 429 
3,771 
3, 032 
3, 800 
3, 870 



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6,570 

s, 682 
12,117 
31,732 
89, 683 
os, 635 
100, 153 
71,150 
49,204 
41,135 
1 1 , 2.83 

8, 253 



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23, 179 

71,231 

79,818 

105, 398 

108,930 

109,027 

811, HOT 

33,410 

12,357 

7, 504 

3, 72S 

3, 569 



53,281 



16, 161 97, 498 



5, 037 
7, 48", 
11,574 
12, 024 
12,485 



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13,220 
13,094 
13,00,8 
13, 273 
8,777 
8, 059 
8,125 
7,914 
0,904 
7,283 
7,283 



10,082 



1 4, 232 



Total. 



212,370 

270, 081 

354,003 

522, 909 

is, 072 

S79, 027 

1,153,518 

1,215,228 

1,319, 170 



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1,319,691 
1,349,802 
1,440,709 
1,614,617 
1,898,20)2 
2, 192, 000 
2,513,589 
2,644,834 
2.921, ISO 
3,040,751 
2,975,851 
2, 567, 205 



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2,212,359 

1,879,943 

1 , 028, 827 

1 , 325, 040 

990, 038 

048,715 

427,004 

257. 885 

211,405 

185,867 

172,860 

175,403 



843, 451 



3, 599, 527 



a Daily average strength for troops in the United States. Philippine Islands, Panama, and Hawaiian Islands. Source 
of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office of the Surgeon General. 

For data concerning the strength for white troops in Europe, see footnote (b) ! Table 2. 

The strength for the troops traveling on transports was estimated, the estimation l>eing based, from May, 1917, through 
November, 1918, from reports of organizations from the various posts and camps in the United States, supplemented by the 
meager reports received from transports: from December, 1918, to November, 1919, inclusive, on reports furnished to the 
Sanitation Division of the demobilization of troops in the United States, supplemented by reports of organizations serving 
in the United States and m countries other than in Europe, and by the very meager reports of troops traveling on transports. 

Strength for troops in Russia and Siberia obtained, for troops in Siberia, from monthly reports of sick and wounded to 
the Office of the Surgeon General: for troops in North Russia, Archangel district, from The Adjutant General of the Army, 
through the office of the Chief of Staff , the strength being as of the last day of the month. 

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Year and inonih. 



April 

May 

Juno 

July 

August 

September- 
October. . . 
November. 
December. . 



Mean annual strength . 



January 

February. . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. . 
December . . 



1918. 



Mean annual strength. 



January 

February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December. . 



1910. 



Mean animal strength 

Total of mean annual strengths. 



United 
States. 


Europe. 


Philippine 
Islands.'' 


Hawaiian 
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Trans- 
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Total. 


4,870 




1,180 


1,657 




7,712 


5, 826 




1, 179 


1 , 920 


591 


5, 171 




1,531 


2, 188 


243 




6, 675 




1,797 


2,487 


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8,519 




1,857 


2, 474 




12,859 
13,643 


9, 409 




1 , s I.", 


2, 383 


6 


21,795 


935 


1,839 


2, 378 


7 


26, 954 


39, 225 


2,392 


1,798 


2,291 


9 


45,715 


36, 851 


0,346 


1,817 


2,265 


2, 457 


48, 736 


11,529 


723 


1,237 


1,695 


281 


15,464 


50, 705 


8,673 


1,818 


2,249 


322 ' 


63, 767 


49, 955 


9, 664 


1,499 


2, 249 


609 


63, 976 


54, S14 


11,541 


1, 568 


2, 209 


366 


70, 498 


59,015 


12,667 


1,565 


2,213 


5,074 


Ml, 534 


87, 650 


28, 279 


1,758 


2, 251 


1,602 


121,540 


89, 305 


33, 208 


1,733 


2, 198 


4,539 


130,983 


124, 976 


47, 171 


1,737 


2, 156 


10,258 


186,298 


168,422 


78,731 


1,735 


1,673 


4, 275 


251,839 


164,846 


91,270 


1,734 


1,122 


15,456 


274,428 


182, 705 


138, 827 


1,693 


1, 134 


3.202 


327, 561 


150, 587 


148, 679 


1,662 


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1,682 


302, 625 


104, 140 


lis, 372 


1,651 


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254, 278 


107, 260 


63, 090 


1,680 


1,624 


3,957 


177,611 


68, 337 


140,396 
131,219 


1,677 




19, 878 
4,368 


230, 288 
203, 273 


66, 104 


1,582 




44, 634 


123, 152 
119,801 
108, 650 


1,618 
1,594 




1,515 
1 101 




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1,502 




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30,618 

7 005 


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18,562 


64, 166 


1,350 






20, 058 


12, 508 


1,299 




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21 595 


18,013 


1,741 


1,438 




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11,322 


1,287 
185 


1,562 
1,626 




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10,711 


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1,653 




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1,575 




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58, 599 


1, 539 




6, 297 


93, 473 


145,826 


122,412 


4,456 


3,319 


10,535 


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Porto Rieo. Panama. 



Total. 



Filipinos, Hawaiians, 

Philippine Hawaiian 

Islands. I Islands. 



Mean annual strength . 



January . . . 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 



191 S. 



Mean annual strength. 



January. . 
February. 

March 

April 



1919. 



May. 

June 

July 

August. 

September. 

October 

November. 
December . 



300 



308 

720 

722 

027 

507 

707 

6, 002 

11,651 

11,010 

12,569 

12.090 

9,035 



,651 



1,055 
1,135 
1,299 
1,529 
1,551 
1,537 
1,522 
1,538 
1,521 
1,542 
1,520 
1,520 



1,444 




1,148 


932 


1,059 


1,041 


93 


2,010 


88 


2,013 


109 


2,004 


125 


2,040 


125 


2,039 


128 


2,003 



1,444 
2,080 
2,100 
2, 103 

2, 101 
2,113 
2,105 
2,104 
2,131 

1,532 



2,059 
2,070 
2, 030 
2,135 
2,003 
2,022 
1,977 
2,572 
3,142 
3,490 
3, 90S 
3,180 



2,305 
2, 790 
2, 752 
2,702 
2, 570 
2,729 
7,979 
14,223 
14,752 
10,005 
10,004 
12,821 



4,008 
4,024 
4,314 
4,073 
4,897 
5.391 
5,946 
0,902 
0,807 
7,837 
7,835 
7,828 



2,554 



8,200 



5,982 



3,895 
2,738 

550 
5 
7 
6 
5 
5 
6 



5,550 
3, 873 
1,849 
1,534 
1,558 
1 , 543 
1,527 
1,543 
1,527 
1,547 
1,525 
1.525 



8,273 
8,342 
8,633 

8,138 
8,109 
8,245 
8,328 
8,355 
8,055 
8,322 
8,442 
S, 849 



Tolal 
native 
troops. 



430 
171 
029 
073 
710 
989 
945 
204 
025 

203 



3 

3 
3 
3 

1 
2,219 
4,571 
6,982 
0,987 
0,055 
6,965 
7,058 



3.479 



0,804 
4,340 
3,669 

3,287 

3,115 

2,938 

1,094 

1S7 

91 

50 

25 

21 



,874 
,251 
,729 
,770 
,S11 
,102 
1,110 
,428 
,750 



7,030 

7,417 

7,069 

7,438 

7,408 

111.339 

18,490 

28.107 

28,606 

30, 857 

31 ; 404 

27,707 



17,007 



20.027 
10,501 
14, 151 
12,959 
12,782 
12.720 
10,949 
10,085 
10,273 
9,919 
9,992 
10,398 





1,489 


003 


2,093 


8,391 


2, 130 








7,500 


4,331 


11,831 


18,570 









12,018 

30.022 



a Daily average strength for each month, 
of the Surgeon General. 



Source Of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office 



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Table 6. — Strength by age (approximate) of -3,673,1-11 officers and enlisted men, including both white 
and colored, United stales and Europe, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 





Ages. 


Number. 


Ages. 


Number. 




From 
War Kisk 
Bureau." 

16 

110 

935 

12, 846 

62, 849 

122,977 

152,63.5 

293, 161 

506,426 

440,581 

381,321 

328, 1S5 

283, 276 

23.5,904 

214, 133 

187,040 

160, 73.5 

117,316 

47, 890 

29, 91)7 


From 
War Risk 
Bureau." 


14 




34. 

35 






111,407 
13,318 
10,992 

9,3.511 


16 

17 


36. 

37. 
38. 
39. 






18 


9. 086 
8 039 


20 

21 

22 

23 




10. 
41. 

42. 
43 






6, 747 
5, 16.5 
4,067 
3, 438 


24 

2.5 

20 

27 


44. 

45. 
III. 
47. 
48. 
49. 






3, 077 
2, 560 
2, 050 
1,680 


28 


] . .5 13 


29 




1 , 237 


30 


50 






.5. 038 


81.. . 


Total. . 






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Table 7. — Strength of officers and enlisted men stationed in United States, by specified camps and by 
States (other camps and posts), by months, Apr. 1. 1917. to Dec. SI, 1919. inclusive. 



Year and month. 



April. 

May 

June 

July 

August 

.September. 
October 
November. 
December. . 



1917. 



Mean annual strength 



January. . 
February 



191S. 



In specified camps.' 



In other camps and posts. 



Offi- 
cers. 



29, 679 
30, 297 
40, 933 
45, 145 



12,672 



^vnitf >^ 
" mte - colored. 



Total 
enlisted. 



Total offi- 
cers and 
enlisted. 



Offi- 
cers. 



413, 403, 1, 608 

741, 894 10, 992, 

803, 508 ' 29, S76 

S1I.S70 29,291 



415,011 
752, SS6 
833, 3S4 
841,161 



230, 890 



,981 



236,871 



.50, 626 
52,232 

March..". \ 50,029, 

April 48,459 

May 43,604 

June 42,747 

July 40,490 

August. 34,468 

September 41, 417 

October 47,014 

November ' 45, 711 

December 32, 849 



.Mean annual strength 



January.. 
February... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December . . 



1919. 



Mean annual strength. 

Total of mean annual 
strengths 



815, 656 
806, 306' 
801,287, 
S23, 104 
792, 742 
841,307 
867,014 
850, 425 
917, 723 
856, 450 
732, 006 
560, 174 



41,959 
40,638i 
43,226 
49, 462 
75,810 
75, 321 
111,126 
147,454, 
140, 136! 
1.59,281 
120, 584 
79, 945 



857,615 
816,914 
S44.513 
872, 566 
868, 5.52 
916, 62S 
978, 140 
997, 879 
1,057,859 
1,015,731 
852, 590 
640,119 



44,136' 805,349 90,412 895,761 



144,690 
789, 183 
874,317' 
886, 300 



8, 078 
12,474 
12, SOS 
18,484 
25, 242 
20, 499 
18,850 
16,613 
22, 133 



F.n- I En- 
listed | listed 
while, colored. 



is:;, r:.s 
245,4,51 
309, 20.5 
458, 817 
562, 714 
363, 063 1 
290, 350 1 
257, 914 
317, 19.5 



Total T " lal 

1 ™f officers 

hSLi anden- 

ll!, ' ea ' listed. 



4,870 

5, 820 
5, 171 

6, 675 
8,519 

7, S01 
10, S03 

9, 349 
7,560 



1SS, 62S 
251,280 
314,3711 
465, 492 
571,233 
370, S64 
301, 153 
267, 263 
324, 755 



219,541 12,932 219,039 



,54S, 254,587 207,519 




90S, 241 

899, 170 

S94, 542 

921,025 

912,156 

959, 375 

1,018,630 

1,032,317 

1, 099, 276 

1, 062, 745 

898, 301 



16, 9.59 
19, 549 1 
22,278 
23, 33S 
25,417, 
28,598 
29, 20.5 
29, 696 
33, 072 
35,795! 
36,918 ! 
33,399; 



280, 778 
2S8, 733 
327, 930 
345, 4.54 
405, 015 
462, 439 
401,499 
433, 822 
103,717 
487, 4S3 
523, 189, 
381,045 



710 289,524 306, 483 

317, 298,0.50 317,599 

5.88 339,524 361,802 

553 355,007 378,345 

416,855 442,272 

476,423 505,021 

■475,349 504,614 

451,790; 484,486 

428,427 461,499 

510,907 540,702 

.5.53, 192 590,110 

405, 240 438, 039 



939,899 27,857 400,093 10,818 410,941 



21,100 

1.5,049 

12,667 

10, 702 

9,518 

8,982 

8, 735 

8,179 

0,070 

4,710 

3, 453 

3, 4.50 



37.5, 224 

227, 295 

1S8, 24S 

153,944 

126,764 

101,747 

79, 620 

50,513 

19,580 

42, 767 

40,947 

42, 083 



46,281 

43, 902 

26,881 

17,0.5.5 

10, 473 

8,431i 

10,550! 

1,661 

1,504! 

322 

262 

184 



421, 50.5 

271, 197 

215, 129 

170, 999 

137, 237 

110,178 

90,170 

55,174 

51,090 

43. 089 

41,209 

42, 207 



442,971 
286, 246 

227, 796 

181,701 

146, 755 

1 19, 100 

98, 905 

63, 353 

57, 766 

17, 80.5 

14,002 

45,723 



20, 890 
23, 345 ' 
22, 035 
21,2841 
19,518 
10,925 
10,141 
1.5, 029 
13, 8S5 
12,017 
9,4.51 
9, 307 



297,713 

241, 520 

218,591 

IS5, S92 

165,046 

14.5, 156 

13.5, 181 

10(1, 27S 

99, 77 1 

97, I 111 

91,456 

93, 35S 



22,11.50 

22, 202 

17, 7.53 

12, 769 

111,307 

10, 131 

9, 508 

13,3.52 

9,818 

S, 702 

8, .530 

8,7.51 



9,467 123,228 14,209 



137,437 



140,904 17,202 1.56, 69S 12.S2S 



I 
66,275[ 1,159,4671 110,602, 1,270,069' 1,336,344 57,991 S05,S30 3.5,224 



319,769 
266, 722 
236, 344 
198,661 
175,353 
155,287 
144,992 
119,630 
109,592 
105, 872 
99, 986 
102, 10(1 



109,520 



841,0.54 



14 4, 797 



340,665 
290, 067 
258,379 

219, 945 
194,871 
172,212 
161,133 
134, 6.59 
123, 477 
118,489 
109, 437 
111,416 

ISO, 729 



v.19,015 



" Daily average strength for each month. & For these camps see Tables. Source of information: Monthly reports of 
sick and wounded to the Office ol the Surgeon General. 



26 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



DENSITY OF POPULATION BY STATES 
CENSUS 1920 




Plate VI. 



NUMBER OF ENLISTED MEN 
FURNISHED BY STATES 

APRIL. 1917 - NOV. 11, 1918 





m 23- 100 

■ 101 - t.000 
B 1,001-10.000 

■ fO.OOl -31,047 




3553— 2u 



Plate VII. 



TOTAL ENLISTED MEN FURNISHED BY STATES 

REGULARS. NAT. GUARD. AND NAT. ARMY 

APRIL. 1917- NOV. 11. 1918 

10.000 40.000 SO.OOO (0.000 100.000 120.000 140.000 I40.0O0 1.0.000 200.000 220400 240.000 2M.00O 290.0OO 100.000 




l-M«,7»» I 



Pj.ATE VIII. 



WHITE ENLISTED MEN FURNISHED BY STATES 

REGULARS. NAT. GUARD. AND NAT. ARMY 

APRIL, 1917 -NOV. II, 1918 

20.000 40.000 *0.000 80.000 100.000 120,000 140.000 160.000 160.000 200.000 220.000 240.000 260.000 280.000 300.000 



N.Y. 




ALASKAl 



Plate IX. 



29 



COLORED ENLISTED MEN FURNISHED BY STATES 

REGULARS, NAT. GUARD. AND NAT. ARMY 

APRIL, 1917 -NOV. 11.1918 

2.000 4.000 (.000 6.000 10.000 12.000 14.000 16.000 16.000 20.000 22.000 24.000 26.000 28.000 30.000 




Plate X. 



STRENGTH. 



31 



LOCATION OF CAMPS 

APRIL.1917- NOV. 11,1918 




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Plate XI. 



32 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table S. — Strength of specified camps, total enlisted men, by months, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, 

inclusive. 



Year, 1917. 



Camps. 



Septem- 
ber. 



Beauregard, r.a 4, 193 

Bowie, Tex 14, 142 

Cody, N. Mex 10, 587 

Custer, Mich.') 7,320 

Devens, Mass 20,120 

Dix N. J.'' 8,169 

I lodge, Iowa & 14, 901 

Doniphan, Okla.f 13,080 

Eustis, Va 

Forrest, Ga 

Fremont, Calif 

Funston, Kans.'> d 13,935 

Gordon, Ga.'' 15,179 

Grant, III 12,170 

Greene, N. C.6 6,208 

Greenlcaf, Ga 

Hancock, Ga 2li,10li 

Humphreys, Va.b 

Jackson, 8. C.& : 14,890 

Johnston, Fla 

Kearny, Calif i 4,074 

Leo, Va.» I 12,215 

Lewis, Wash. 'i 17, 925 

Logan, Tex ! 13, 918 

MaoArthur, Tex .5, 308 

MeClellan, Ala 13,475 



October 



7, (XI7 
2.3,901 
21,095 
17,338 
26,756 
23, 74S 
2I.SS2 
24, 972 



36,664 

15, 785 
27, 424 
20, 710 



Xovem- Decem- 
ber, ber. 



16,986 

24,474 
20,281 
17,941 

20,848 
23,128 
21,911 
25, 437 



19, 279 

23, 193 
2(1, 503 
22,1111 
26,832 

21,122 
17,382 
29,581 



Year, 1918. 



January. 



27, 807 
ai, 914 
23,305 
38,451 



30,466 
32,961 

20,770 
35,968 



26, 9K 



27, 237 



25,459 25,744 



Meade, Md . . . 

Mills, N. Y 

Pike, Ark 

Sevier, S. C 

Shelby, Miss 

Sheridan, Ala 

Sherman, Ohio <>... 
Syracuse, N. Y . . . . 

T'avlor, Ky.6 

Travis, Tex 

Upton, N. Y.b 

Wadsworth, S. C. 
Wheeler, Ga 



4,747 
25,590 
21,773 
11,187 
14,829 
14,052 
12,110 



14,839 
29,909 
36,768 
22, 253 
2r,,422 
23, 133 
16,526 
16,093 
22, 402 
22,771 
21,970 
20, 198 
30, 090 



14,150 
12,438 

8,073 
21,012 

4, 125 



Total 415,011 



22,301 
25, 059 
27, S07 
29, 798 
21,583 



20, 040 
36.7di 



23, 239 

35, 089 
30, 220 
30,293 
24, 273 
25,098 
31,131 
14,770 
27,021 
25,5.53 
24,879 
21, 195 
32,048 



22, 228 
31,112 
35,031 
32, 198 
24,047 
20,107 
35,374 
0,113 
30,410 
20,339 
24,830 
23,812 
33, 175 



2!, 057 
24,880 

21,088 
22, 190 
211,333 
19,171 
19, 130 
31,070 



Febru- 
ary. 



14,718 

0,744 

34,204 

31,102 
23, 833 
30,727 
5,407 
27, 982 
169 
14,102 
19,033 
21, 159 
30, (viS 
34,900 
31,326 
24,310 
2S,79S 
28, 221 
180 
27,420 
25,072 
24,830 
21,218 
30,918 



20,821 
24,492 

22, 240 
20,417 
21,111 
19,416 

19,003 

31,504 



March. 



April. I May. 



752, SS0 



22, 189 
32,399 
24,540 
29,921 
21, 800 



833,384 



21,204 
31,515 
28, 270 
28, 901 
23,503 



841,101 



21,715 
29,210 
25,304 
28,172 
21,038 



857,015 



11,818 
9,942 
35, 508 
27,020 
21,705 
39,063 
5, 251 
33,939 
744 
10, 709 
18,843 
21,902 
31,995 
30,529 
30, 179 
20,104 
23,318 
29, 780 
207 
27, 802 
27, 728 
24, 179 
21,147 
29,927 



21,501 
24,505 
21,912 
10, 584 
20,031 
24,484 
211,904 
29,214 



20, ,832 
25, 594 
28,800 
29,414 
20,049 



846, 944 



11,302 
13,424 
30,708 
31,838 
26,045 
37,210 

9,345 
20,989 

2,107 
1,,032 
18,990 
20,558 
29,801 
27,032 
27,721 
10,243 
22,324 
30, 540 

2,310 
28,884 
21,755 
24,007 
21,825 
24,073 



19,349 
23,010 
21,322 
24,402 
29,488 
35,324 
20,947 
28,180 



23, 482 
27, 772 
33,510 
30,059 
IS, 90S 



844,513 



9,858 
13,580 
33,754 
30, 909 
25,420 
22,431 

7,385 
25,938 

3,374 
10,130 
21,144 
20,004 
30,498 
29, 782 
31,590 

9, 087 
20,804 
25, 220 
10, 025 
27, 155 
27, 739 
21,908 
27, 158 
31,135 



20, 77S 
25, 848 
41,283 
32,328 
18,505 



19,888 

29, 524 

22,500 

28, 404 

30.012 

32,345 

20,027 

17,374 

94 

0,045 

19,790 

33,823 

28,981 

28,. 537 

17,048 

0, 097 

11,332 

7.580 

20,309 

21,901 

19,071 

45, 775 

38,210 

21,202 

9,300 

2.5,345 

30,941 

20, 109 

34,998 

11,801 

24,002 

13, 710 

23, 898 



June. 



24, 166 

34, 277 
35,045 
17,429 
19, 804 



872,500 808,552 



18,980 
27,504 
20,615 
32,504 
40,058 
40,319 
30, 090 
15,082 
978 
0,892 
21,045 
27,877 
37, 089 
25,785 
11,413 
11,994 
20, 705 
15,312 
31,301 
23,050 
1.8,778 
41,029 
42,541 
3,443 
20.700 

n;m 

41,724 
24, 137 
28,119 
15,884 
25, 209 
10,009 
24,271 
185 
27, 3:53 
28, 957 
29, 242 
24,086 
25,331 



910, 028 



Camps. 



Year, 1918. 



July. 



Beauregard, La 23,351 

Bowie, Tex 9,266 

Cody, N. Mex 23,899 

Custer, Mich.* 1 ■ 10,110 

Devens, Mass 21, 180 

Dix, N. J.i> 49, 102 

Dodge, Iowa6 44,991 

Doniphan, Okla.f 17,078 

Eustis, Va 6,054 

Forrest, Ga 3, 604 

Fremont, Calif 19,371 

Funston, Kans> d 44,757 

Gordon, QaJ> 37,232 

Grant, 111 41,200 

Greene, N. ('.'■ \ 7,588 

Greenleaf, Ga 10,555 

Hancock, Ga 25,020 

Humphreys, Va.6 18,5,39 

Jackson, S. ('.'• 42,200 

Johnston, Fla 25,002 

Kearnv, Calif 22, 265 

Lee, Va.b 54,890 

Lewis, Wash.'' 24,021 

Logan, Tex 9,945 

MacArthur, Tex 20,941 

MeClellan, Ala 5,020 

Meade, Md 38, 379 



August. 



Septem- 
ber. 



4,001 

3,912 
11,235 
28,455 
39, 108 
53,017 
31,120 
18, 700 
11,355 

7,273 
22,305 
49,124 
40,112 
33,858 

8 515 
10, 154 
30,628 
20,480 
41,979 
28,658 

0, 134 
47, 095 
29,837 
9, 050 
20,393 
13, 763 
35, 577 



7, 240 
8, 222 
4,081 
37, 187 
44, 239 
17, 138 
27,793 
14,034 
17,024 
8,928 
22,911 
58, 700 
40,703 
47, 100 
14,737 
21,759 
32,375 
23,303 
40,900 
27, 7.53 
13, 430 
52,598 
31,09!) 
9,353 
19,770 
16,615 
34, 240 



October. 



9,001 
10,027 

5,117 
37, S01 
39, 887 
34,052 I 
32,340 

8,200 

7,230 
10, 184 
18,830 
00,854 
31,928 
55,1.85 
27,848 
18,513 
32,869 
17,470 
34,502 
29,321 
15,200 
49,017 
33,750 
13,718 
21,861 
26,888 
45, 853 



Novem- 
ber. 



Decem- 
ber. 



10,149 
8,298 
8,494 
32,932 
41,500 
22,499 
27, 809 
7,7,80 
10,089 
9,138 
6,119 
51,362 
2i, 709 
38, 192 
12,945 
14,004 
30,340 
12,559 
34, 030 
14,132 
14,913 
37, 773 
32,302 
10,757 
20,300 
25, 207 
41,050 



7, 805 

0,301 

2,431 

2), 893 

27,201 

13,010 

1.8,005 

7, 273 

3,551 

5,252 

4,274 

40, 782 

13,923 

24,300 

10,981 

9, 432 

27,008 

7,881 

27, 908 

10,219 

13, 870 

35,981 

28,433 

14,975 

13,568 

19,471 

35,421 



Year, 1919. 



January. 



Febru- 



March. April. 



0, 870 
5,050 
2,103 
20,003 
21,940 
1(1,327 
14,508 



3,528 

1,5,81 

2,293 

23, 770 

14,904 

22,981 

4,048 

1,950 

13,053 

0, 150 

17,424 

2, 7.-,s 

12,792 

24,948 

20,084 

9,838 

0, 270 

14,000 

20, 730 



5, 229 
5,810 
1,750 
9,020 
8,742 
17, 935 
10,740 



3,4.50 
444 

1,419 

10,408 

9,537 

18, 134 

3,919 

510 

7, 233 

3,994 

11,004 

1,481 

0,312 

10,809 

11,982 

4,330 

3,5*1 

3, 558 

13,350 



1,80!) 
4,7.50 
1,157 
8,075 
8,199 
15,590 
9,100 



5,307 



192 
3,089 
577- 
8,807 
7, 102 
13,340 
7,503 



871 

0, 079 

0, 789 

15,47,8 

701 

1,940 

2,405 

4, 097 

7, 243 

051 

3, 105 

12,047 

7,021 

510 

2,204 

1,940 

11,080 



3,118 



61 

5,157 

7,121 

15, 729 



940 

352 

2, 205 

0,033 

175 

2,811 

8,391 

4,330 

122 

424 

1 , 109 

.8,903 



a Daily average strength for each month. Source of information: Monthly report of sick and wounded to the Office of 
the Surgeon General. 

b Strength fcr months in 1919, during demobilization period, increased by estimates based on demobilization figures. 
<■ includes entire State of Oklahoma, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dee. 31, 1918, inclusive. 
d Includes entire State of Kansas, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1918, inclusive. 



STRENGTH. 



33 



Table 8. — Strength of specified camps, total enlisted men, by months, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, 

inclusive — ( 'ontinued. 



Camps. 



Hills, X. Y 

Pike, Ark 

Sevier, S. C 

Shelby, Miss 

Sheridan, Ala 

Sherman, Ohio ''. 
Syracuse, N. Y.. 

TavIor, Kv.'< 

Travis, Tex 

Upton, X. Y.6... 
Wadsworth, S. C 
Wheeler, Ga 

Total 



Year, 1918. 



July. August, re™' 



20, 
12, 

k 

10, 
34, 
1 
30, 
33 
3S 
22, 
27, 



643 

002 
0S7 
134 
994 
883 
383 
648 
2.V) 
Oil 
2(11 
54 



28,339 
4."),; :i()2 
8,513 
35, 1 10 
2(1,940 
27,2S7 
14,442 
42, 8.5!) 
30.4S1 
31,150 
22,378 
22,574 



30,185 

32, 421 
21,711 
14,21)1 
17,057 
30,019 
11,494 
55,502 
35, 432 
31,722 
10,633 
IS, 202 



October 



12,882 
51,956 
25,998 

7, 502 
19,193 
33, 470 

0,071 
40,524 
36,383 
15,028 

15, 0OX 
14,574 



Year, 1919. 



978,140 , 997,879 1,057,859 1,015,731 



Novem- 
ber. 



12,504 
36,786 
22,075 

9, 997 
10,775 
29, 448 

2,678 
43, 105 
20,057 
15,500 
13,477 
14,830 



Decem- 
ber. 



10,339 

21,973 
18,120 

7,559 
10,52'! 
13, 293 
504 
20, 738 
26,018 
10,902 
10, 297 

.8,700 



,852,590 , 040,119 



January. 



5,020 
13,012 
5,414 
0, 2X3 
10,510 
It, 167 



15,722 
19,849 
13,817 
0,392 
2, 400 



121,505 



Febru- 
ary. 



4,916 

7,874 
3,: 3 so 
5,023 
4,770 
8.286 



March. 



11,377 
12,505 
11,900 
4,084 
2.020 



271,197 



0,301 
6,585 

1,038 

4,508 

574 

8,487 



12,443 

0,544 

22. (KM 

2, 135 

009 



215.129 



April. 



9, 493 

6,227 

440 

3,382 

77 

12,070 



9,635 
6,005 
13,274 

009 

13s 



170,909 



Year, 1919. 



Camps. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


Septem- 
ber. 


October. 


Novem- 
ber. 


Decem- 
ber. 




73 
2,481 

137 
5, 808 
9, 182 
14,220 
6,583 


37 
3, 135 

29 

2,352 

5,044 

14, 444 

5,321 


20 

901 

15 

1,573 

4,472 

10, 544 

4,298 










17 
10 

623 
1,759 
9, 332 
2,474 










Cody, N. Mex 











Custer, Mich.' 1 

Dix, X. J.'< 

Dodge, Iowa & 


602 
1, 575 
5, 790 
2,390 


603 
1,170 
5, 155 
1,506 


836 
1, 169 
3,667 

1,262 


943 

901 

4, 724 

940 


Eustis, Va 


1,842 


1,401 


851 


657 


959 


868 


.803 


938 








Funston, Kans.b <t 

Gordon, Ga.'' 

Grant, 111 


0, 355 
4, 284 
12,708 


4,510 
3, 195 
6,271 


2,015 
5,280 
6,636 


1,198 
5,561 
4,181 


1,164 
3,044 
3,887 


092 
2,864 
3,153 


1,101 

2,326 
3, 160 


,809 
2,160 
3,256 










Hancock, Ga 


68 
1, 770 
4, 490 

40 
1,143 
6,207 
3,832 
















Humphreys, Va.'> 


1,137 
8,810 
36 
792 
8,179 
2,963 


1,093 
4,328 
32 
873 
8,650 
1,973 


731 

1,444 

30 

659 
2,424 
1,546 


847 

1,610 

30 

573 
1,761 
1,617 


363 

2,286 

28 

570 
1,672 
1,477 


571 

2, 599 

27 

492 
1,578 
1,971 


686 


Johnston, Fla 


' 27 
621 




1 588 




2,000 






10S 

243 

7,471 

5,141 

4,052 






1 




McClellan, Ala 


73 
7,424 
4,932 
3, 821 


61 

3,871 
2,478 
4,017 


54 

2, 281 
2,082 
2,787 


48 
8,090 
1,457 
4, 430 


35 

4, 704 

725 

4,023 


2.8 

3, 778 

689 

3, 396 


26 




3 907 


Mills, N. Y 




Pike, Ark 


3 113 








3,480 

56 

8,2S2 


2,592 

9 

6,882 


2, 553 

8 

5,506 


1,714 

6 

3,876 


591 

2 

2,007 


30 












1,366 


1,405 


1 520 






Tavlor, Ky.'i 

Travis, Tex 

Upton, X. Y.6 

Wadsworth, S. C 


7,683 

2,597 

16,267 

462 

10 


6,363 

2, 426 

7,550 

438 

4 


. ... . 

6, 492 

2,267 

8, 90S 

455 


3, 737 

2, 304 

3,280 

347 


2,778 

3, 3.56 

2,323 

159 


4,074 
2, 932 

2,287 
6 


4, 958 
2,963 
2, 427 


5,628 
3,063 
2,683 


















Total 


137, 237 


110,178 


90, 170 


55,174 


51,090 


43, 089 


41,209 


42, 267 







MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 0. — Strength of specified camps, white enlisted men, by months, Sep/. 1, 1917, to Dec. .?/, 1919, 

inclusive.® 



Year, 1917. 



Camps. 



30,524 
14,109 

27, 424 
20,710 



2(1, 1011 



14,87 



2 1,91 15 

"zi.'siY 



Beauregard, La 4,193 

Bowie, Tex 14,142 

Cody, N. Mex 10,686 

Custer, Mich.6 7,320 

Devens, Mass 20,120 

Dix, N. J.'' 7,498 

I lodge, Iowa >> 14, 90.3 

Doniphan, Okla.c 13,680 

Fust is, Va 

Forrest. Ga 

Fremont, Calif 

Funston, Kails.'' d 13, SOI 

Gordon, Ga.6 15,179 

Grant, 111 12,170 

Greene, N. C.6 6,208 

Greenleaf, Ga 

Hancock, Ga 

Humphreys. Va. 6 

Jackson, S. ('.'' 

Johnston, Fla 

Kearny, Calif 4, 074 

Lee. Va.6 12,215 

Lewis, Wash. b 17,925 

Logan, Tex 13,741 

MacArthur, Tex 5,308 

.MeClellan, Ala 13, 475 

Meade, Md 4,747 

Mills, N. Y 25,590 

Pike, Ark ' 21,773 

Sevier, S. C 11,187 

Shelby, Miss 14, 829 

Sheridan, Ala 14,052 

Sherman, Ohio'- 12,103 

Syracuse. X. Y 

Taylor, Kv.* 14, 150 22, 301 

Travis, Tex 12, 438 25, 059 

Upton, X. Yfi 8,057 27,203 

Wadsworth, S. C 21,012 28,540 

Wheeler, (la 4,125 21,583 



-eptem- 
ber. 



October. 


7,007 


25 


901 


20, 995 


17 


338 


20 


750 


23 


103 


21 


044 


24 


972 



Year, 1918. 



"" January. F | bru " 1 March. 



her. 



1 ler. 



p;,9m; 

24.474 
20, Isl 

17,941 
211,848 
23, 127 
18,2.52 
25,437 



19.279 
23,193 
21)'. 503 
21,730 
26,832 
21,122 
13,405 
29,581 



23,057 
24,880 
21, OSS 
21,807 
23,332 
17,797 
14, 225 
31,009 



20,821 

24,492 
22, 240 
20, 275 
24, I OS 
18,000 
15,967 
3i; 503 



27,075 
25,214 
22,354 
38, 451 



27,237 
' 24 '727 



14, 839 
29, 889 
30,248 
20,531 
21,422 
23, 1.33 
16,523 
10,093 
21,030 
22,771 
21,970 
20. 19s 
30; 090 



23, 2,39 
,30,919 
35; 7.3 1 
28,104 

24,27.3 
25,599 
28,977 
14,770 
24,091 
25, 553 
24,879 
23,195 
30, 010 



30,339 
32.201 
19,722 

35,908 



20, 040 
'2\ 435 



Total 41.3,403 



22,174 
24,770 
2.1,9.30 
29,921 
23, 800 



741,894 I 803,508 



22. 228 
27, 580 
34,587 
32, 198 
24.047 
25,907 
32,038 

6, 113 
27,451 
20,339 
24, 836 

23, S12 
29, 801 



14,718 

6, 744 
.31.222 
27, 100 
22, 792 
36,723 

5, 407 

27, 982 

109 

14,100 

19,027 

23, 159 
25, 739 
34, 098 
28 771 
24,310 
23,798 
22, 1.39 

180 
25, 405 
25,072 

24, ,830 
21,218 
27,397 



11,818 
9,942 
.32, 57.3 
20, 200 
20, 000 
39,001 
5. 251 
33,9.39 
744 
13,207 
Is. s|ii 
21,902 
2 i, 223 
.30, 104 
27,663 
20, 104 
23,318 
23,829 
207 
24,033 
27, 728 
24,179 
21,147 
25,994 



21,501 
24, 505 
21,912 
16,423 
21,0.31 
23,039 
2.3,207 
29, 213 



21 , 2.30 
24.415 
28, 270 
2s, (101 
23,50.3 



21,0.34 
25,252 
22,019 
28, 172 
21,038 



.811,870 815,050 



20,095 
23,949 
25,515 
29,414 
20,049 



11,302 
13,424 
28, 037 
28, 204 
2.3,504 
37,215 
9, .345 
23, 989 
2,107 
13, 792 
18,992 
20,558 
25, 571 
27,011 
27, 721 
10,240 
22,324 
22, 594 
2,310 
21,405 
23, 755 
24,037 
21,825 
21,059 



April. 



19,349 
23,646 

21,322 
21,222 
29, 2.39 
.3.3,075 
17,350 
28, 179 



9, S58 
13, 580 
30, S07 
25, 755 
17,555 
22,394 
7,379 
25, 938 
3,200 
15,348 
19,370 
20,004 
30, 021 
29, 771 
31,590 
9, 084 
20, 80.4 
20,421 
16, 025 
21,950 
27, 739 
24, 919 
27,158 
28,910 



May. 



19,882 

29,524 
22, 500 
27, 478 
34,636 
29,033 
20, 249 
17,374 
94 
6, 045 
19, 780 
31,502 
20, 1SS 
24, 994 
17,047 
0,092 
11,332 
4,4.32 
17,490 
19, 254 
19, 071 
43,850 
38, 155 
21,202 
8, 905 
25,345 
22, 972 
20, 059 
23,710 
11,801 
24,355 
13,710 
21,079 



23,270 
23,358 

30, 107 
30.059 
18,709 



17,510 
20, 547 
.37,092 
32,328 
18,315 



22, 005 
28,487 
.31,211 
17, 429 
18,472 



800, 300 



June. 



18,967 

27, 504 
20,015 
31,077 
42,291 
38,718 
20,912 
15,082 
978 
fi, 892 
23,041 
23,901 
30,011 
22, 500 
11,412 
11,980 
20, 173 
12,545 
28, 000 
20, 598 
18,778 
30, 889 
42,406 
3,443 
19, 530 
11,111 
32, 753 
23, 501 
18, 105 
15,880 
25,094 
10,013 
20,494 
185 
24, 809 
23, 840 
20,585 
24,080 
2.3,804 



841,307 



Year, 1918. 



Camps. 



Beauregard, La 

Bowie, Tex 

Cody. x. Mex 

Custer, Mich. 6 

Devens, Mass 

Dix. X.J.'- 

Dodge. Iowa 6 

Doniphan, Okla.c. 

Eustls, Va 

Forrest. Ga 

Fremont, Calif 

Funston Kans.'' d 

Gordon, Ga. ft 

drain, III 

(Ireene, N. C.t> 

Greenleaf, Ga 

Hancock. Ga 

Humphreys, Va.''.. 
Jackson. S. C'- . . . 

Johnston, Fla 

Kearny, Calif 

Lee, Va.'' 

Lewis, Wash.* 

Logan. Tex 

Mac Arthur. Tex... 

MeClellan. Ala 

Meade, Md 



July. 


August. 


23,338 


3,987 


9,200 


3,912 


3, 899 


11,235 


15,289 


24,785 


20,521 


35,217 


43, 800 


44,9.3.3 


38,219 


23,700 



17,071 

0,0.54 

3,004 

19,300 

34,724 

30, 270 

35,437 

7,501 

10,474 

24,352 

10,305 

35,. 5 12 

23, sill 

22, 205 

45,902 

24,009 

9, 945 

19, 778 

5,020 

27, 7.83 



18,698 

11,355 

7, 27.3 

22,301 

38,880 

35,01.8 

27,832 

2,040 

15,902 

29, 03 1 

15, 180 

31, 184 

25,590 

6, 134 

41,392 

2s. 744 

9, 050 

is. (HO 

11,283 

30, 451 



Septem- 
ber. 


7, 100 


7,912 


4,081 


35, 485 


40,987 


40,270 


20,991 


14,034 


10,490 


8,928 



22, '.107 
49,038 
34,079 
31,970 

7,595 I 
20,936 
29, 207 
17,312 
.37,327 
22, 109 
i:i,4.30 
45,105 
33,819 

9, .353 
18,388 
14,754 
28,077 



October. 



8,003 

7,219 

5, 1 1 1 

35,828 

35,643 

27, 772 

27, 004 

8, 200 

7,230 

10,184 

1,8,835 

51,343 

20, 159 

41,287 

13,512 

17,897 

30,305 

11,905 

311, s.35 

23. 153 

15.20; 

42.380 

3.3,184 

12,987 

20, 485 

18, 550 

37. 932 



Novem- 
ber. 



9,3S0 
0,027 
.8,494 
.31,879 
39, 948 
17,120 
24,002 
7, 780 
9, 555 
9, 138 
0,118 
4.3, 407 
18,580 
25,341 
4,933 
13,468 
27,538 
8,603 
30, 079 
12,142 
14,909 
32,110 
31,825 
10, 023 
19,347 
1,8,855 
.37, 404 



^ January, 



7, 504 

5,007 

2,430 

29,598 

24,32,8 

10, 483 

15,952 

7, 27.3 

2,001 

5,252 

4,27.3 

30,444 

11,979 

17,711 

0,382 

8,917 

21.027 

5.119 

23,378 

9,017 
1.3,809 
30,520 
28, 183 
14,229 
12,473 
16,067 
32,388 




3,040 

1,581 

2,292 

22, 

13,202 

20,355 

3,414 

1,820 

10,524 

4,505 

14,345 

2, 028 

12, 792 

21,912 

20,048 

9,110 

5,138 

13,076 

IS, 006 



'i Daily average strength for each month. Source of information: Monthly report of sick and wounded to the Office 
of the Surgeon General. 

''Strength for months (luring 1919, during demobilization period, increased by estimates based on demobilization 
figures. 

c includes entire State of Oklahoma, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 191s, inclusive. 

•1 Includes entire State of Kansas, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1918, inclusive. 



SIREN 11X11. 



35 



Table 9.— Strength of specified camps, white enlisted men, by months, Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, 

inclusive — Continued. 



Camps. 



Year. 1919. 



July. I August. 



Mills, N. Y 26,007 

Pike, Ark 33,581 

Sevier, S. C 7.087 

Shelby, Miss 24, 065 

Sheridan, Ala , 9, 994 

Sherman, Ohio 6 i 31,188 

Syracuse. N. Y i 1, 383 

Taylor, Ky.s 30.33S 

Travis, Tex 23. 1S3 

Vpton, N. Y.l> 30,838 

■Wads-worth, S. 18,902 

Wheeler, Ga 26, 882 

Total 867,014 



27. 666 
3.1, 70S 
6,766 
32,88.1 
17,831 
21,403 
14,442 
34,. 192 
22, 716 
23, 429 
16,713 
18,690 



Septem- 
ber. 



28, 139 
42,039 
16,925 
10, 553 

1.1,977 
24, 549 
11,494 
50, 244 

28,293 

26, 889 

8,899 

1.1,910 



October. 



Novem- 
ber. 



850,425 | 917,723 



12,134 
40, 089 
20,071 

5,170 
18,2.12 
2.5,653 

9, 607 
41,590 
29,31,8 
11,956 
12,321 

9,148 



11,028 
26,387 
19, 780 

8,461 
18,791 
21,580 

2,674 
38,675 
23, 128 
13,277 
12,076 
11,442 



Decem- 
ber. 



January. I '. l ''.''' u " March. April. 



8. 

19; 

15, 

5, 
15, 



23, 
22, 
15 

8 
7 



867 
610 
331 
780 
548 
514 
560 
137 
898 
559 
950 
721) 



856,450 732,000 .160.174 



4,37.1 
11.987 
4,473 
4,080 
9,560 
9.210 



3,718 
7,02.1 
2,730 
4, 075 
3.999 
0, 549 



100 
370 
517 
40.1 
42.5 
707 



8. 2! 19 
5,985 
446 
2,998 
77 
10, 8S7 



13,202 
17,128 
13, 161 
5, 165 
1,724 



11.786 
10,472 
10,048 
3,928 
1,289 



432 
182 
493 



8, 884 

5, 007 

12,020 

703 

138 



375.221 227,295 188,218 



153,941 



Camps. 



Year, 1919. 



May. 



June. 



Beauregard, La 73 

Bowie, Tex 2,180 

Cody, N. Mex 137 



Custer, MichA 

Devens, Mass 

Dix.N. J.!> 

Dodge. Iowa t 

Doniphan, okla.r.. 

Euslts, Va 

Forrest, Ga 

Fremont, Calif 

Funston, Kans.b </. 

Gordon. Ga. & 

Grant, 111 

Greene, X. C.<< 

Greenleaf, Ga 

Hancock, Ga 

Humphreys, Va.*-. 

Jackson, S. C.f> 

Johnston, Fla 

Kearny, Calif 

Lee,Va.<< 

Lewis, Wash. I' 

Logan, Tex 

Mac Arthur, Tex... 

McClellan. Ala 

Meade, Md 

Mills, N. Y 

Pike, Ark 

Sevier, S. C 

Shelby, Miss 

Sheridan, Ala 

Sherman, Ohio !>.. 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Taylor, Ky.& 

Travis, Tex 

Upton, N.Y.& 

Wadsworth, S. ('.. 

Wheeler, Ga 



5,712 
8,721 
13,338 
6,068 



37 
3,023 
29 
2,070 
5,032 
13,586 
5,167 



July. 



20 

888 
1.1 
1,436 
4,460 
9,578 
4.298 



1,770 



1,353 



812 



August. 



17 

10 

623 

1,75,8 

7.632 

2,474 



Sepl em- 
ber. 



( ictober. 



Novem- 
ber. 



Decem- 
ber. 



641 



6,279 
3,783 
12.490 



68 
1. 190 
3, 401 

40 
1,143 
5,821 
3,831 



108 

129 

6, 6.15 

3,973 

3, 309 



4,45.5 
2,273 
6, 189 



1,98.1 , 

2.797 

6.561 



1, 197 
4.419 
4,134 



876 

8,08.1 

36 

792 

7,948 
2.903 



1 , 034 
3, 45.1 
32 
873 
8,442 
1,973 



694 

1,444 

30 

659 
2,364 
1,546 



602 
1 , .175 
5.540 
2.390 



603 
1.170 
5,155 
1.506 



836 
1,169 
3, 667 
1,262 



9.19 



868 



803 



1,164 
2,448 

3, 855 



992 
2.717 
3.1.11 



1,104 

2,265 
3, 160 



S13 

1,610 

30 

573 
1,719 
1.617 



523 
2,285 

28 

570 

1,660 

1,477 



52.8 

2, 569 

27 

492 
1..563 
1.971 



3, 222 

56 

7,356 



6,512 

2,547 

16,020 

462 

in 



Total 126,764 



6,803 \ 

4,222 

3,537 



61 
3,752 
2,262 
3,38.1 



2,136 

9 

6,441 



1 , 580 

8 

4,699 



5,430 

2,289 

6,449 

438 

4 



.1,237 

2,109 

7,413 

45.1 



101,747 



54 
2,275 
1.8SS 
2,718 



48 
8, 090 
1.238 
4. 365 



35 

4.669 

72.1 

4,004 



2s 

3,7.17 

689 

3,390 



1,172 

6 

3.49.1 



591 



1,860 



30 

i.'sdi' 



1,400 



3. 500 

2,216 

3. 200 

347 



2,758 
3, 327 
2,253 

1.19 



4,074 

2,910 

2.202 

6 



4,958 

2,94.1 
2.364 



79,021) 



50,513 i 49,5S6 42,767 40,947 



943 

991 

4,724 

940 



93S 



809 
2.115 
3, 2.16 



656 

2, 638 

27 

621 
1 . iss 
2,000 



26 
3,907 



5,02s 
3. 044 
2,635 



42,083 



36 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 10. — Strength of specified camps, colored enlisted men, by months, Sept. 1. 1917. to Dec. SI , 

1919, inclusive. 



Year, 1917 



Year, 1818. 



Camps. 



cptem 
ber. 



Beauregard, I. a. 
Bowie, Tex. 



October. 



X ber™", "be™" fa »" a O-- "ary"" I *«*■ A I""- "V- 



Cody, N. Mex. . . 
Custer, Mich.'>... 

Devens, Mass 

Dlx.N. .1.6 

Dod>:e, Iowa >>... 
Doniphan, Okla.' 

Eustis, Va 

Forrest. Ga. 



380 



1142 
238 



1 
3,6.59 



3,917 



383 

1 

1, 374 

4,90-) 

1 



1, 116 
3,636 

1 



L61 



1,415 

3,697 

1 



180 

249 

1,649 

3, .597 

1 



926 
1,976 
2, 712 
6, 378 



.rune. 



1 , 427 
4, 367 
1,601 
3, 184 









4 

2,321 1 

8,793 

3, 5 13 

1 

5 


4 


Funstou, (Cans tl(l - 

Cordon. Ga.'' 

Grant, III 


131 


140 
1,676 


132 

1,700 

951 


127 

700 

1,018 


2, 982 

3. 936 
1,041 

4 


2, 935 

.820 

1,1.59 

2 


2, 731 

3,574 

3,081 

1 


2, 917 

5, 1.51 

7, 86S 

37 

6 


3,976 

7, 078 

3, 28.5 

1 




















532 








114 

788 

1,768 


3, 148 
2, 819 
4,707 


2 767 


Jackson, S. C' 


1.5 


2,612 


1,017 


2,266 


62 

6 


3, 562 
3 


3, 240 
4 


3,295 
2 452 






' 










20 

.518 

1,722 


4,179 

489 

2, 189 


3, 526 
444 


4, 899 

862 

2, 555 


.5, 772 

42.5 

2,516 


4, 230 
21 


477 
11 


1,919 
61 


4 740 




177 


75 


Mac-Arthur, Tex 


3 


3 


341 


1, 164 


McClellan, Ala 






99 
2, 1.54 


140 
3,336 








Meade. Md 




6, 082 


5, 951 


7,946 


4,799 


7,969 

50 

11,288 


S 971 


Mills. N. Y 






636 


Pike. Ark 





1,432 


2, 932 


2,959 


1,9.55 


3,229 


5,479 


5,205 


10,014 






4 


Shelby, Miss 










49 


307 


1 IS 












56 




4 




2, 032 


3, 314 


3,521 


3,933 


2,414 


2, 219 


2,819 


3,777 








Tavlor, Kv.». ... 






1.5 
7,623 


34 
7,100 


81 
3,964 


137 
1,645 


206 
1,411 


3, 262 
5,301 


2,101 
5,790 


2,544 


Travis, Tex 






5,111 







1,258 












199 
3,409 


190 
3, 591 


1,392 
4,434 


1,467 


Upton, N. \~.ti 


606 


604 


604 




3, 34.5 


3,351 


2,657 







Total 


1,608 

1 


10, 992 


29, 876 


29,291 


41,9,59 


40,6.38 


43, 226 


49, 462 


75, 810 

1 


75,321 







Camps. 



Beauregard, La — 

Bowie, Tex 

Cody, N. Mex 

Custer, Mich.'' 

Devens, Mass 

Dix, N.J.& 

Dodge, Iowa '' 

Doniphan, Okla.''.. 

Eustis, Va 

Forrest, (ia 

Fremont, Calif 

Funston, Kans.'' <C 

Cordon, (ia.' 1 

Grant, III 

Greene, N. C. ft ... .. 

Creenleaf, Ga 

Hancock, Ga 

Humphreys, VaA. 

Jackson, S. C' 

Johnston, Fla 

Kearny, Calif 

Lee, Va.'' 

Lewis, Wash.' 1 

Logan, Tex 

Mae Arthur, Tex.... 

McClellan, Ala 

Meade, Md 



Year, 1918. 



July. 



August. 



827 
660 
, 236 
,772 



3,670 
3, 9.51 
8,084 
7, 3.54 
2 



Sept em- 
ber. 



,86 
310 



October. 



1,702 
3, 2.52 
7, 162 
6, 802 



998 

2, Mis 

6 

2. 033 

3, 244 
6, 2,80 
4,682 



Novem- 
ber. 



769 
1,671 



1,053 
1, 5.58 
5, 379 
3, 867 



,128 



yss 
14 



4 

10,238 
10, 494 
6,026 

5, 875 
192 

1,594 
.5, 301) 

7. 79.5 
3. 1162 



1.134 



4 
9, 722 
6,624 
10. 124 
7,142 
793 
3. 168 
6.0.51 
3.633 
5,584 



6. 303 
1, 093 



7, 433 
880 



2, 347 
2,480 
5, 126 



1,388 
1,861 

6, 169 



1 
9, 511 

5, 769 
1.3, 898 
14.336 

'616 
2, 564 
5,511 
3,667 

6, 168 



6,637 
566 
731 
1,376 
8, 3.38 
7,921 



1 

7, 95.5 
5, 123 
12,8.51 
8,012 
.536 
2. 778 
3.9:56 
3,9.51 

2, 190 

4 

5,663 

537 

734 

959 

6,352 

3, 5.86 



Decem- 
ber. 



Year, 1919. 



January. 



241 

1,354 

1 

295 
2, 933 
2, .5.33 
2, 0.53 



1,126 
1,307 

765 
1,210 
2, 203 
1,287 



Febru- 
ary. 



March. 



1,491 
1,246 



310 
1,251 



881) 
1,118 
2, 369 
1, 231 



950 



488 



.511 



1 
4, 338 
1,944 
6, 59.5 

4, 599 
515 

3,041 

2, 732 
4,590 

622 
1 

5, 45.5 
2.50 
746 

1,095 

3, 104 
3, 033 



1 
783 

1, 702 
2, 626 

634 
136 

2, 529 
1,58.5 
3, 079 

130 



948 
1, 892 
1,3.80 
1,567 



1,212 

1.401 

2, 864 

106 



508 
1,039 
1,400 

9S1 



.-■19 



959 
1, 080 

9.53 
49 

7s0 

44.5 
1,089 
1,61.5 



April. 



369 
590 
993 
762 



940 

615 



140 



385 
,214 



3, 036 
36 
728 
1, 138 
1,524 
2,124 



2, 295 

8 

723 

464 

6.50 

5,364 



3 
2, 1.82 



360 
, l')9 I 



243 

1,674 



" Daily average strength for each month. Source of Information: Monthly report of sick and wounded to the Office 
oi the Surgeon General. 

'■ Strength for months in 1919, during demobilization period, increased by estimates based on demobilization figures. 
' Includes entire State of Oklahoma, September, 1917, to December, 1918, inclusive. 
d Includes entire State of Kansas. Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1918, inclusive. 



STRENGTH. 



■a: 



Table 10. — Strength of specified ramps, colored enlisted men, by months Sept. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 

1919, inclusive — Continued . 



Camps. 







Year, 


1918. 








Year, 


1919. 




July. 


August. 


Septem- 
ber. 


October. 


Novem- 
ber. 


Decem- 
ber. 


January. 


Febru- 
ary. 


March. 


April. 


636 
9,381 


673 
0,501 
1,747 
2, 225 
3, 109 
5. 884 


2, aw 

9, 484 
4, 786 
3.738 
1,680 
6,070 


748 
11,267 
5,327 
2, 332 

941 
7,817 
4 
4, 934 
7,065 
2,687 
5, 426 
3, 072 


1,476 

10,399 
2, 895 
1,536 
984 
7, 868 
4 
4,490 
2.929 
1,401 
3, 394 
2.289 


1,472 
5, 363 
2,795 
1, 779 

975 
3, 779 
4 
3,601 
3, 120 
1,347 

9.86 
1 . 403 


1,231 

1,625 
941 

1,603 
9.50 

1,957 


1,198 

819 
651 

948 

771 

1,737 


1, 195 
215 
121 

1,103 
149 

1,780 


1,194 
242 


1,469 
1,000 


384 


3,695 


2,083 


6, 308 
8,067 
3,299 

872 


8, 267 
7, 765 
5, 665 
3,884 
7. 721 


5. 258 
7,139 
1,734 
2. 352 
4,833 


2, 430 

2, 721 

1,227 

742 

656 


2,591 

2, 033 

756 

731 

1,912 


2,011 

1,362 

580 

117 

516 


751 
308 
116 


7, 193 


645 



Mills, N. Y 

Pike. Ark 

Sevier, S. C 

Shelby, Miss 

Sheridan, Ala 

Sherman, Ohio 6 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Taylor, Ky 

Travis, Tc'x 

Wadsworth, S.C... 

Wheeler, da 

"Upton, N. Y.6 

Total 111,126 147,451 110.136 159,281 



79, 945 



17,055 





















Camps. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


Sepl em- 
ber. 


October. 


Novem- 
ber. 


Decem- 
ber. 


















301 J 


112 


13 










Cody, N. Mex 












158 

461 

882 
515 


282 
12 

858 
154 


137 

12 

966 










Devens, Mass 


1 
1.700 










2,50 






Dodge, Iowa & 






Doniphan, Okla.r 












Eustis, Va 


72 


48 


39 


16 
























Funston, Kans.'' <? 


76 
5111 
218 


61 
922 

82 


30 

2,4.81 

75 


1 

1.142 

47 








Grant, 111 


59!> 
32 


107 
o 


61 


4.5 


Greene, N. C.'» 
















Hancock, Ga 










Humphreys, Va.'' 


280 
1,095 


261 

725 


59 

873 


37 


34 


40 
1 


43 
30 


30 
























476 
1 


231 


208 


60 


42 


12 


1.5 





















MacArthur, Tex 
















114 

816 

1,168 

683 












Meade, Md 


621 
710 
284 


119 
216 
632 


6 
194 
69 




3.5 21 




Mills, N. Y 


219 

6.5 




Pike, Ark 


19 6 


37 




264 


4.56 


973 


542 








Sheridan, Ala 









Sherman, Ohio b 


926 


441 


807 


381 


147 


5 5 


S 


T'avlor, Ky.& 


1,171 

.50 


933 
137 


1 . 2.55 
1.58 


237 
148 


20 
29 








16 18 


19 


Wadsworth, S.C 
















Upton, N.Y.6 


247 


1,101 


1 , 495 


SO 


70 


85 63 


48 




10, 473 


8,431 


10,550 


1,661 


1,504 


322 2R2 


1S4 











64.000 
60.000 



MEDICAL AX I) CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

CAMP BEAUREGARD 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 

SEPTEMBER, 1917 - JULY, 1919 




. OCT. NOV. DCC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. HAY JURE JULY AIM. SEPT. OCT 
I9IB 
TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS SHOWN) ' 



DEC JAN. FEB. I 
WHITE 



. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUO. SEPT. OCT. 
— COLORED 



Plate XII. 



CAMP BOWIE 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 













SEPTEMBER. 1917- 


-AUGUST. 1919 


























■ ■ i i 
































i 
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































1 
















































































A 


















































































ill! 




































i ! 




























* 
















1 






















































\ 




























































V 




























A ~T~^^* 




























«-H~4 




— 


-irf 

















SEPT. OCT. NOV. DCC JAM. FEB. BMUt. APR. MAY JUNC JULY AUO. SCPT OCT NOV. DCC JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JURE JULY AIML SEPT OCT NOV. BEC. 
IB17 Kit roi9 

TOTAL WHrrC. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN) — ^— — WHITC COLORED 



Plate XIII. 



STRENGTH. 



39 



CAMP CODY 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 



















SEPTEMBER 


1917 - 


AUGUS1 


r, 1919 






















































I 














' 


























































52.000 
































































































48-000 












































1 






















































44.000 












































































































40.000 












































































































36.000 












































































































32.000 










































































































28.000 








































































































24.000 
20.000 












































































































/ 




















































18.000 


/ 






































































































1 2.000 


/ 




















































/ 






















































8.000 








































































































4.000 










































































1 






1 ■ 






! j 
1 i 



FEB MAR. APR. MAY JUKE JULY 



AUl SfPT. OCX ■»* DIC JAN. FEB. MAft. AM. MAY JUKE JULY AM. 
Itl» 

TOTAL (WHITB) — 



SEPT. OCT. NOV. D«C 



Plate XIV. 



CAMP CUSTER 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



















SEPTEMBER. 


1911 


-DECEMBER. 1919 






































































































































56.000 














































































































52.000 














































































































48.000 






































































































































































40.000 






























































































































































































// 
































28.000 
























V 






















































































24.000 
























j 






















































































20.000 
































































































































































8.000 
































































































4.000 








































T^ 


















._ 










-- 


--- 


• 
_• 


'•~*^ 


— 


— - 


-__ 







__ 


1_. 






•<-~. 


— , 






J 



KPT. OCT. >». dic. jm. m. aw. w*. «wr juke juur si*, tin ocx aw. etc. ju. rn. an *>r. hay mm jwy «u». sept, oei 

TOTAL (WHITS. WHIM HO COLOMP IS SHOW) WHITI COLMCD- 



Plate XV. 



40 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP DEVENS 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



60.000 


















SEPTEMBER 


, 1917 - 


DECEMBER. 


191! 




















n 






T 








1 






| j j | i | ' ! ' 


i~ 


























| 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 




56,000 




















































| 






1 \ i i 


i 




52.000 




























: 






















! i | 1 1 I i ! I | 




48.000 


















































! 1 ! 


i 1 




44,000 
















f\ 






I ! 1 i ! 1 , 






















I \ 


/k I 










40.000 
36.000 
















fm 1 


/l\LHi 
























1 //)W 


/ N^ A\ ! 


i 1 1 






























i \\ i 


1 




1 


32.000 




' 1 — 






JL 










— J^V — j — 




— — 






28.000 




1 










^DF 






i \\ ! 


! 1 1 








! 












\\ 


































20.000 


















J 






































A 


































\ \ i 


12.000 














— [ 














\ 


1 1 






















1 




! W LA 


1 i 












I j 












Cr ==**^\i 


4.000 

SIP 




















> L 1 




| 


j l>"t\/rT"tH"h- Li. IN-4- 1 1 


t oc 


L MA 


«. DC 


- JAM 


. fe 


i- MM 


L AM 


L MAY 


J UN 


E JUL1 


• AUS 


■ SCP 


I OCT 


. Rtt 


- Df 


:. j« 


*■ ri 


L MM. kr 


k. may mm 


I JUU 


AIM 


- sen 


. oc 


1 NOV 


DfC. 



TOTAL WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS SHOWN) - 



Plate XVI. 



CAMP DIX 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















SEPTEMBER 


. 1917 - 


DECEMBER. 1919 


































































































































52.000 




















































































































































































































































































































































































































































20.000 










/ 












































J 


















































12.000 
8,000/ 






























\ 




















































V 


/ 










































. 






~— 


--, 
































._ 




^ - 


-- 


— 


._. 


-- 


~— • 


' 










'■ 


— 





--. 


— 













I 1 



SIFT OCX NOV. OSC JAR. FEB. BUR. APR, MAY JUNE JULY AUX SE*T OCT AC*. DEC JAM. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUKE JULY AiML ICPT OCT. ROW. OEC 

wtt t»i8 ma 

TOTAL WHITE . WHCN RO COLORED IS SHOWWJ WHITE COLORED 



I'l-ATE XVI r. 



STRENGTH. 



41 



CAMP DODGE 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEPTEMBER, 1917-DECEMBER. 1919 



60.000 








































. 


















































i 




















































52.000 
















































48.000 
44.000 














































— i — 




40.000 


















/ 






























32.000 
















■// 


\ 




/ 








i 


















Sill 












/ 




/\ 




\ 








\> 






















1 — 


12.000 
8.000 
4.000 




























































X 


1 


> — 


~ ~~ 


\ 










»*<^_ 














/ 

s 










r 


: 


i i i 








^ 




— 


— 







i^» 









SEPT OCT NOV. DEC. JAH. PER. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUL SEPT. OCT NO* 

IMS 
TOTAL WMCTE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN) ■ 



DEC JAH. FER. WAR- APR. 



MAY JUNE JUUT AUC SEPT OCT NOV. 
COLORED 



Plate XVIII. 



CAMP DONIPHAN 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 
56,000 
52.000 
48.000 
44,000 
40.000 
















SEPTEMBER 


1917-DECEMBER. 


1916 
































































































































1 




















































| | 


































































































































































































1 




32.000 
28,000 














































i y 




























1 














. Y\ \ 








































\ 






























16,000 / 
12.000 
































i 






































1 
































4.000 
























\ i 
























\ 


i 























SI*T. OCT. ««. DIC. JAH. PH. I 



r am. itn. oct mm Die j««. ra. am. 

IMS 
TOTAL [WHIT I) 



AOS. VI. OCT. WOV. DIC. 



Plate XIX. 



42 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP EUSTIS 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















MAY. 1918 - DECEMBER. 1919 










































































! 
















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































1 






/ 






»__ 


^ 









— U-^r 










_ i 


— 



, OCT. NOV. SIC JAN. FM. MAN. APR. MAY JUKI JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. OK. JAN. FEN. MAR. APR. HAY JUNE JULY AIM. SEPT. OCT NOV. DEC 
ION IN) 
TOTAi IWHITE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XX. 



CAMP FORREST 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















JANUARY. 


1918 


- 


FEBRUARY. 


1919 




















60.000 














































































































56.000 










































































































52.000 












































































































1 




























































































































































36X100 


t 






































































































32-000 






































































































2t.000 






































































































24.000 








































































































































































































12.000 




N 


■ — ^ 










































•.000 


























































\ >/ 




Sil 


























\ 
























t. oc 


T. W 


V. BE 


C JH 


M. Fl 


B. Mi 


*. « 


«. U 


r Mm July Aua. sift ocr. m M 


C. JA 


H. Fl 


B. HA 


H, AP 


R. MA 


V JU 


I JUI 


y au 


a. st 


T oc 


I HO 


¥. OEC 



TOTAL (WHITE)- 



Plate XXI. 



STRENGTH. 



43 



CAMP FREMONT 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
•0.000 
56.000 
52.000 
48.000 
44.000 
40.000 
36.000 
32.000 
28.000 
24.000 
20.000 
16.000 
12.000 
8.000 
4.000 




















JANUARY, 


918 


-APRIL. 


1919 
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































jf 














































































































































































































































































7 s " 
















1 





1 AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAN. APN. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SENT. OCT. 

on 

TOTAL (WHITE) 



Plate XXII. 



CAMP FUNSTON 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEPTEMBER. 1917-DECEMBER. 1919 

























\ 






















en aaa 


































































































_ 


































































































52.000 
































































































































































































1 


























NX 








































/[ 






N\ 




























y^ 








































/ \ 
















































24.000 


















\: 












\ 
















/ 








































1 






J 








































| 




































\l 
































1 














V 
































- 


/ 

/ 










\ 

\ 




^^"~\ 
























N \_ 























OCT. NOW. HC. JAM. PEN. HAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCX NO* DEC. JAM. rEB. I 
TOTAL WHITE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWH WHITE - 



. HAY JUNE JULY AU8. SEPT. OCT. MOV. 
COLORED- 



Plate XXIII. 



44 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP GORDON 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



60.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 1917 - 


-DECEMBER 


. 1919 
























































































































52.000 
48,000 
44,000 
40,000 
36,000 




















































































1 




















































































































































7 


'""' X 


















/W 


/^"""^ r 




\\ 








| 

















' 


\ 






\ \ 








1 












20.000 






i 


/ 




\\ 


1 




















hi! 














1 2,000 
8.000 
4,000 














Wv 


















J. 




A 


s 






\V. 
















~r 


— — , s 


^=^<< J 


, s x * 




N L 


^=^r< "^=^ i , 



TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN MO COLORED IS SHOWN - 



Plate XXIV. 



CAMP GRANT 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEPTEMBER, 1S17-DECEMBER. 1919 



60.000 
56.000 
S2.000 
48.000 
44.000 
40.000 


















i 






1 j 




















































































1 




















































































































\| 






































f\ 












































1 \ 




























M 










i \ 






























/v 


S ^^^ As- / 


































/ 












"X 


















16.000 
12.000' 


/ 


1 Y | 






























'■ 












4 
/ 












' 


















, 








/ 


/ 




\ 








\ 










! 




,^-f 




\ 


V 












—^ 










4-4- 


-<1 


-\ 1 i 




















SEP 

■017 


- OCT. NOV. DtC. JAM 

Nil 

T.TAL whit 


FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUN 

. WHEN NO COLORED 15 SMO 


r JULY AUO. SEPT- oc 


r. nov. oi 

i 

XXV 


:. JAN. FEB. MAR. AT 
I9t» 


R. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC 
COLORED 








Pla 


TE 











STRENGTH. 



45 



CAMP GREENE 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 














SEPTEMBER. 1917 


- MARCH. 1919 




























































































56,000 




































42,000 
48.000 






























i i 






































44.000 




































40.000 




is^ JS 


































36,000 












\ 




















32.000 




/ 






\ i 
















28,000 — 1— 
24,000 / 
20,000 / 














i 


























1 






















/ V 














/ 














/ \ 














8,000 / 
















\^ 




/ / \\ \ 


























KrA 


























-\N 











APR. MAY JUM JJLY AU8. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. 



TOTAL WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS SHOWN - 



JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT OCT. 
COLORED 



Plate XXVI. 



CAMP GREENLEAF 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















JANUARY. 1918- 


APRIL. 1919 
















1 








1 






, 








































1 i ' ; ; 


_ 












































_ __ 






















































































































































1 ! 




























___ 








































































24.000 










































_X ^ 


















^^ 


12.000 
8.000 














^^_ 












/ 


M- 




\ 


4.000 







' - 






1 


' 




• 


. . _ 


■ 


■ - 






\ 








i i 





SIFT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. I 
Itl7 »I8 

TOTAL (WHITE. \ 



. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AT3. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUQ. SEPT. OCT 

Iflt 

m HO COLORED IS SHOWN) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XXVII. 



4G 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP HANCOCK 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



'64,000 
60.000 
56.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 


1917 - 


MAY. 1919 




























" 




































































































































































































































































_J 






1 








































































































1 




/ 














































1 














/ 


































24.000 


M — | 






// 














I 










































































































































































































8.000 














































1 












1 


















\ 






































_, 


A 




■'" 


.__! 


"T~7 


~-- 




fc T 


v^ 










1 




1 





SEPT OCT. HOV. DCC. „„ 

l»TT 1918 

TOTAL WHITE. 



. MAIL AM. MAY JUP.E JULY AIM. SEPT. OCT. MOV. DCC JAM. FEB. MAM. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. MOV. 
MO COLORED IS SHOWN)- 



Plate XXVIII. 



CAMP HUMPHREYS 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















JANUARY. 1918 — 


DECEMBER, 


919 
























i ! 


































































































































































































































































40.000 




















































1 ! 
















































32.000 






























































































































































20.000 






— 


















































16.000 








































































/A 


































8.000 


1 
















































s 


--" 


" — • • 


•^ 


























J. — • -' 

<^ L' ! l 






. 


"*'"• 


s 


— J 


^X 














-™ 



SEPT. OCX MOV. DEC. JAM. FEB. MAM. APR. MAT JURE JULY AtML. SEPT. OCT. 
HH7 mi 

TOTAL (WHITE. WHEW MO COLORED IS SHOWM) ^-^— ^— 



C£C. JAM. 
l«Tt 
WHITE — 



R. APR. MAY JURE JULY AU«. SEPT. OCT. 
COLORED 



Plate XXIX. 



STRENGTH. 



47 



CAMP JACKSON 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 

















SEPTEMBER. 


1917 -DECEMBER. 1919 




















r 

60.000 






— 
















56,000 

52.000 - 


































I 

! i ' ' 
















































■4 










• 


1 1 1 












/ \ 










1 










IP V — \ 




^ ■ i - 


28.000 L /A 


If ~ \ 






24.000 r ip- \ 




i 


I 










\ 








1 \ 


\-/j 














aL 












12.000 






















-aN 


< 










• — i 


8.000 












/ 














W A 








4 - 00 V^' 


""v. 


A~ 


x 


.-^ 


' 




FT 













SEPT. OCT. NOV. DtC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AL*. SIFT. OCT. NOW. DSC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG.. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC 

Itl7 M1B l«» 

TOTAL (WHITE, WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XXX. 



CAMP JOHNSTON 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



e4.ooo 


















JANUARY. 1918 


- DECEMBER. 1919 
























































60.000 




































! i | 




































56.000 




































































52.000 






























1 










































' | 




48.000 
















































































44.000 




















































































j 








40.000 






































































































36.000 




































































































































1 
































^T^ r 












































A 




































































16.000 
















































12.000 


























^ 


















































4.000 






















y~"~ 


\ 1 \l 

v 1 \ ill II 


! 1 










f 


S 1 ^*S U-"^ N **- ^"-N* 













SEPT OCT. NOV. DEC JAN. FEB. IU 

i*n MB 

TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN I 



AM. BUY JUNE JULY AUB. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC JAM. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUB. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC 
I COLORED IS SHOWN) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XXXI. 



48 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP KEARNY 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



60,000 


















SEPTEMBER 


.1917 - 


DECEMBER. 


(919 






















































































































52,000 
48.000 
















































































































































































































































































1 














































































































24.000 
































































































































































12.000 






















































/ 
































\ 






















4.000 


















































_.. 




i 



































- 1 




| 



SEPT Kt K> W. JUL PI*. MAR. UH IKY JUM JUT AUG. MPT OCT WW. MC. JAU PM, HAP. APR. UY MI JULY AIM. SIPT. OCX WW. DtC 



St? 



an 



TOTAL (WHITE) - 



Plate XXXII. 



64.000 
60.000 
56,000 
52.000 
48.000 
44.000 
40.000 
36.000 
32.000 
28.000 
24.000 
20.000 
16.000 
1 2.000 ' 
8.000 



CAMP LEE 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEP TEMBER. 1917- DECEMBER. 1919 



1 : . 














1 








A. 




[ 




/\A 








| 


i_ 


//\ -y 


\ 






i 






1 




\\ 












/ 


v. 














\ \ 














£-0 ~^—7 


\ ' ^ 


V 












v \ — — / 
















! 


\\ 










1 


\ 


1 








\\ 






\ 

^ i 


1 T 1 


_ 




\ 
\ 






\_ 


i 1 










J_ 




_ * .- 


— L 









1 i 



OCT. MOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR MAY JURE JULY Aua. SEPT. OCT. NOV. 0£C JAR. FES. MAR. APR. MAT JUN£ JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. MOV. DEC 
itia I«I9 
TOTAL WHITS, when MO COLORCO IS Sr.OfTR — ^— VHITX COLORED 



Plate XXXIII. 



STEENGTH. 



49 



CAMP LEWIS 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















SEPTEMBER, 


1917 


-DECEMBER.) 


919 


























i 1 


r 


i 




i 
















I III 


1 








































| 




| I 














































' 1 1 


































































[ | 
















































































"Ml 






















1 1 










A. 


































i 1 1 
















/ \\\ i/f^U MM 














1 






x. 


J \ \\\Jy 


IN 




























T | \7\ 






i \ ! 






1 


























1 | 








\ 






1 






































l\ 






1 
















1 












1 


































12,000 j 


1 


! 








! 














1 




















1 


i 


i 
i 




; 
















I 






1M 








— i 











































SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FIN, MAN. APR. MAT JUM JOLT AIM. SEPT. OCT. MOV. DCC. JAM. Ft*. HAft. APR. MAY JURE JULY AUN. SE FT. OCT. NOV. DEC 

I»I7 lOtS l»tt ****** 

TOTAL WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS SMOWW) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XXXIV. 



CAMP LOGAN 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 


















SEPTEMBER, 


917 


-APRIL. 1919 






































1 


1 






























56.000 


















1 


| 














































| 1 




























48.000 
44,000 
40.000 
36.000 
32.000 
28.000 
24.000 
20,000 




















I 1 
















































i 1 






. 




























































































| 










1 






























_J 










i 


















M if 






1 SK 


















I- ! 














// 






X 




| 




























1*1 \ 




1 






1 M 










// 




i 








i 






. 




















: ! 












^M\ 
















i 


1 ! ! 


\ f 






\ 


- . 










4.000 










\f 


TV 
















1 




1 






SEPT. OCT. NOV. OEC JAM. FEB. MAR. APR. MAT JUNE JULY AUB SEPT. OCX NOW DEC JAM. FEB. MAR- APR. MAY JUNE JULY ALIO. SEPT. OCT. HOW. DEC. 
1917 1*11 1919 

TOTAL WHITE. WHEN MO COLORED IS SHOWN? ■■ ■ — ' " WHITE COLORED 



Plate XXXV. 



50 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP MAC ARTHUR 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 


1917 - 


MAY 


. 1919 


































































































































































































































































































i 




















































48.000 














































































































44.000 














































































































40.000 














































































































36,000 












































































































32.000 












































































































28.000 






















































fsj 








































































^ 


























































































































































/ 






















































































8.000 J 












^ — f 1 




































4.000 

L 












! _L-J~k~ 


--. 


4~ 







4 




_ i 










— 







0£C. JAN, FU. HAIt. «P« KAY JUKI JULY MIS. KPT. OCT. «0«. DEC. JAB. W BAB. APR. BAT JUKI JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. 
TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN - 



Plate XXXVI. 



CAMP MCCLELLAN 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 
56.000 

52.000 


















SEPTEMBER 


, 1917- 


DECEMBER. 


1919 












































































































































































































































48.000 














































































































44.000 














































































































40.000 
36.000 










































































































































































































































































24.000 






'\^ 














































1 ^/ \ 










\ 






































\ 






J y 




























12.000 








































































































8.000 




































































V 




/ 


'-- 


N 










































t \A 


— 


f 






^ 


-~.^ 




1 









, oct. nov. dec. jam. m. mar. am*:, may jure july al*o. sen. ocr. nov. ok. jam. fed. mar. apr. may jure july aus. sift oct. hov. ok, 

1918 1819 
TOTAL WHITE. WHEN MO COLORED IS SHOW* .— WHITE 



COLORED 



Plate XXXVII. 



STRENGTH. 



51 



CAMP MEADE 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 
56.000 
52.000 
48.000 
44.000 
40.000 
36.000 
32.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 1917- 


DECEMBER. 1919 


















































1 


1 
























































































































































































































































































































































































- ^. 








/\ 
























24.000 




f\ 






\ 
































































































16.000 
12.000 
8.000 
4.000 
































































































































..-■ 


\ 








































,"' 


— 


s J 


s 


• 






\ 
\ 




s*' 


\ 

\ 






/ 


X 








\ 


















**' 


.— " 


























~ 


/ 


> 




— -_ 


- 


-„ 









SEPT. OCT. NOV. DC 
TOTAL 



. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. HAY JUNE JULY AW. SEPT. OCT. NOV. 
WHITE WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN! — . 



DEC. JAM 

HI! 
WHITE 



FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AIM. SEPT. OCT. 
COLORED 



Plate XXXVIII. 



CAMP MILLS 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 

SEPTEMBER. 1917- NOVEMBER. 1919 



60.000 


| 






' 1 




























1 


































































S6.000 




































































































































































48.000 
























































40,000 






























































































































































































































24.000 








































































s 


































20.000 










































































































16.000 








































































































































































j^"*- 




































































\ 




















"\ 


^^ 


























SE 

r*t 










•^■■^L— + , 


4_j r"^ - — — — 


T. OCT. NOV. DfC. JAM. PCA. UAft. AWL *MT JUKI JU 


.y *l 


a- SEPT OCT. NOV. INK. JAN. FEB. ttJ 

Mi 


J». VH. HAY JUM JULY Alii. SIFT. OCT. HOV. Of 


Plate XXXIX. 






:s. 


553 


_2 


"> 


■~> 













































52 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP PIKE 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















SEPTEMBER. 1917- 


DECEMBER. 1919 






















60.000 










































































































56.000 
52.000 


































































































































/ 






























48.000 






















/ 




\ 














































J 














































































40.000 




















































































































/ \ 






































/ / 


■^ 


\\ 
































/ \ 


// 


\ \ 






















/> 


/ 








































w 






















16.000 
12.000 
8.000 
















1 




























































































/ 


~^- 




-" 


■~- 


s 


i\i 


























/ 














\ 


*. 






— -«w 
















^ 


.-" 




"- — 


--" 






















s . 


-~_ 


__ 















SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FIB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY 

»i? isie 

TOTAL WHITE, WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN' ■ 



*. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. 
Itff 
WHITE — 



MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCX 

COLORED - 



Plate XL. 



CAMP SEVIER 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 

SEPTEMBER. 1917 - APRIL. 1919 



64.000 


















































" 




60.000 






































































































56.000 






- 




































































































52.000 












































































































































































































44.000 




























































































































































36.000 




















































' 






















































32.000 






































































































28.000 
























































^s>> 




































24.000 










\, 








































































20.000 / 
























































1 / 


























16.000 




























































































12.000/ 
















/ \ 


























































\\ 






















8.000 














\ 








w 




























> 




















































SE 

9 










s 


PT. OCT. WVL D 


--, 


m. n 

19 














FT OCT. NOV. CEC. JAM. FIB. WAR. AM. MAY JUNK JULY AU*. St 
7 1918 


C. Jt 
IS 


S. MAR. AFR. MAY JUHI JULY AUG. St 


PT. oe 


x nov. m 


























V\ 


ATI 


: :x 


I,] 



























STRENGTH. 



53 



CAMP SHELBY 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 1917 


- OCTOBER 


, 1919 
























































































































































































48.000 






































































































































































36.000 





































































































































f/\ 






















































































20.000 


J 


/ 












































































































f 












































































































4.000 










































































•" 





''""*" 


■— - 


— 




~- 








« 


~^z 


= 5 











SEPT. OCT. HOY. DEC. JAN. FEB. BAR. APR. MAY JUK JULY AW. SEPT. OCT. M>V. DEC. JAM. FIA »AR. APR. U> JUKE JULY AW. SEPT. OCT 

i»n itn it» 

TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS 5H0WK WHITE COLORED 



Plate XLII. 



CAMP SHERIDAN 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



















SEPTEMBER, 


19)17 — 


SEPTEMBER 


, 1919 




















60.000 






































































































































































52.000 














































































































48.000 






























































































































































































































36.000 






































































































































































28.000 
















































































































Lt~ 


















































20.000 
16*00 








A 


























^V 












































// ' 


























































































































i 










4.000 
















































\ 






i 








„-- 


«»* 


■"•- 





















SEPT. OCT. NOV. DCC JAM. 91%. I 
TOTAL WHITt. 



aim. scrr. oct. nov. occ JAN. fo. 



NO COLORED IS SHOWN) - 



MAN. APR. MAT MUM JULY 

COLOR! D - 



. MPT. OCT. HO* OIC 



Plate XL III. 



54 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



CAMP SHERMAN 

STRENGTH BT MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64.000 
60.000 


















SEPTEMBER. 1917- 


DECEMBER, 1919 










































































































































































































































































































40.000 
36.000 




















































































































































































































24.000 




























. \ 














































































16.000 
12.000 
8.000 
4.000 
















































































































































■ — 








































*' 





^" 




s 

\ 




























.— - 






"^ 






















-- 
























s^ 




_^3n^. 


- — 


L — 









OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN, FEB. MAM. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. stPT. OCX NOV. DEC JAR. FEB. MAR. APR. 
TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN HO COLORED IS SHOWN 1 WHITE - 



JUNE JULY AUO. 
COLORED 



SEPT. OCT. HOV. DEC 



Plate XLIV. 



CAMP TAYLOR 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEPTEMBER. 1917-DECEMBER. 1919 



60.000 












































































































56.000 
















- 
























































































52.000 














































































































43.000 












































































































44.000 




























\ 












































































40.000 












































































































1 
32.000 




















/ 


































28.000 

| 






















































20X100 
























































/ 


















































12.000 






































































































--- 


' 






































































/ 


.' 



























— 


— 




t 












«^ 
















y- 


' 








t- 


" 


— -L 




SEPT. a 
H)f7 


n. NOV. DEC JAM. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUO. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC JAN. FEB. BUR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC 
tBIB i*»i« 
























] 


'I. A 


TE 


XI 


.V. 



























STRENGTH. 



55 



CAMP TRAVIS 

STRENGTH BY MONTHS, ENLISTED MEN 





















SEPTEMBER. 1917— 


DECEMBER. 1919 














































































56.000 
52.000 
48-000 

44X100 

40.000 
36.000 
32.000 




























































































































































































































































































































































































/ 1 


















































24.000 / 
20.000 1 
























































































































































12.000 
8.000 

4.000 
















































































































/ 










1 


— - 


s 








N 
V 






























i 


/ 






^ 

























mm ~- 


— - 


■*. 










" 









TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN - 



JUNK JULY AJJfi. SEPT. OCT. 
COLOR ID 



Plate XLVI. 



CAMP UPTON 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



64,000 


















SEPTEMBER, 1917- 


DECEMBER. 1919 














































































































































































































































































































































































38 000 










































































\ 


/ \_ 
















































// 








'/\ 


































24.000 


i 










/ 




































































































16,000 


/ 
























































/ 






































































































































\ 


'v. 






































/ 

/ 




~~ 


















-- 


■— U- 


--_ 
















^ — 


— 


f-~. 































































inumm. wmh m caunmt — ■ ■ 



Plate XLVII. 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

CAMP NADSNORTH 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 





















SEPTEMBER. 1917 


- OCTOBEf 


. 1919 












































































56.000 
52.000 
48.000 
44.000 
40.000 
36.000 
32.000 














































































































— 
































































































































































— 






























































































































































































































































































\ 




































— 




















































8.000 
4.000 




































































S 


\ 










^ 


«. 


















*-^ 














/ 


\ 


~- 



























OCT. NOV. OIC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. OCC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. 

i»ie 1919 

TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN NO COLORED IS SHOWN) WHITE COLORED 



Plate XI.VIII. 



CAMP WHEELER 
STRENGTH BY MONTHS. ENLISTED MEN 



SEPTEMBER. 1917 - JUNE. 1919 




Sm OCT. UtL DIC. JUL PI*. WW. AM>. HUT JUKE JULY MIS. SIPT. OCX HOX EEC JAN. 
TOTAL (WHITE. WHEN NO COLOHEO IS SHOWN) — ^■—^— ■ WHITE - 



STRENGTH. 



57 



Table II. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months— Camp Beauregard, La. 





Missis- 
sippi. 


Louisi- 
ana. 


Arkan- 
sas. 


Flor- 
ida. 


Ala- 
bama. 


Canal 
Zone. 


Arkan- 
sas, 
Louisi- 
ana, 
and 
Missis- 
sippi. 

7,000 


Otlier 
camps. 

89 
13,888 
1,018 

26 
312 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-30 












7,000 
89 


Oct. 1-15 .. 














Oct. 16-31 




1,057 











14, 945 
1,018 


Nov. 1-15 






1918. 
Jan. 16-31 


697 








723 










312 


May 16-31... 




3, 998 


300 










4,298 
1,575 


June 16-30 










1,575 
2,500 
1,306 
222 
200 
196 
460 
337 




:::::::: 


lis 
1,481 
4. 500 
2,000 










2,618 


July 16-31 

Sep t . 1-15 

Sept. 16-30 

Oct. 1-15 













2,787 






070 




5,392 
2,20C 










190 


Oct. 16-31 




1 ' 




460 








337 






505 




100 


157 






762 














Total 


697 


13, 6.39 


300 


100 


157 


670 


7,l)iiii 


22,129 


44,712 



The 39th and part of the 17th Divisions were organized at this camp. (O. O., W. D. of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For the dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Souroo of information: Calls for seloctive service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 

Table 12. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by Stales, 

by months — Camp Bowie, Tex. 





Texas. 


Okla- 
homa. 


Canal 
Zone. 


Arkan- 
sas. 


Cali- 
fornia. 


Louisi- 
ana. 


Other 

states. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total . 


Sept. 1-30— (N 


1917. 
itional Guard, Texas and 














17,000 


Oct. 1-15.... 




333 












261 
9,114 
1,856 

26 

.50 

415 

191 


594 


Oct. 16-31 














9,114 


Nov. 1-15 - - 






103 










1,959 


Jan. 16-31 


1918. 












26 


Feb. 16-28 










50 


Apr. 1 15 










415 


Apr. 16-30 










194 


May 1-15 


1,124 


3,400 








4,524 
57 


June 16-30 




.. 




57 


July 1 15 . 


418 








418 


July 16-31 








.50 
1,216 


50 


Aug. 16-31 


994 

800 

3,000 




:::::::: ::::::::l:::::::: 


100 
100 


2,310 

2,900 

3,000 

56 


Sept. 1-15 


500 


500 500 


500 


Sept. 16-30 


Oct. 1-15 






56 

189 
170 

56 


Oct. 16-31 








189 


Nov. 1-15 










170 












56 
















Total... 


6,669 


3,900 


103 


500 500 


500 


200 


13,710 


4 i, 082 











The 36th and part of the 17th and 19th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. 
On file, Mail and Record Division, A. G. O., 3.54.1 and 320.) For the dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of informition: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



58 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 13. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Cody, N. Mcx. 





New 1 T 
Mexico. lexas - 


Colo- 
rado. 


Ne- 
braska. 


Okla- 
homa. 


Kansas. 


Minne- Other 
sota. , camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 

Sept. 1-30 (National Guard, Minnesota, Iowa, 
Nebraska, North Dakota. and South Da- 
kota) 
















12,000 


Oct. 1-15.. 










963 


6,046 


Oct. 16-31.. 












4, 160 
3,000 


4,160 


Nov. 1-15. . 












3,000 


191S. 
Feb. 1-15.. 


26 












26 


Mar. 16-31... . 












150 
146 
194 


150 
















146 


Apr. 16-30... 














194 


Mav 16-31 . 


985 2, 200 
500 


2, 079 
1, 500 










5, 264 


June 16-30. .. 




2,000 


1,000 




5,000 


July 16-31 




2,000 
250 


2,000 

















250 


Sept. 1-15 












962 
102 
209 


962 


Oct. 1-15 


335 




243 


2,422 






3,102 










209 


Total 
















1,820 2,226 


3,579 


243 


4,422 


1,000 


963 16,256 


42, ,509 



The 34th and 97th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D. of various dates. On fde, Mail and Record 
Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For the dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 14. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Cvster, Mich. 





Michi- 
gan. 


Wis- 
consin. 


Indi- 
ana. 


Illi- 
nois. 


Ohio. 


Penn- 
syl- 
vania. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 

total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-15 


1,515 

12, 116 

515 

9,087 


2S5 

2,278 

11 

1,709 














1,800 


Sept. 16-30 












14, 394 
526 


Oct. 16 31 












Nov. 16-30 












10,796 


IMS. 
Mar. 16-31 




1 
1 






1,042 


1,042 








195 








195 


Apr. 16-30 


6,590 


1,259 








a 2, 023 


474 

110 

1,056 

2,500 

231 

100 
531 


10, 346 
110 












May 16-31 


5,149 
7,000 












6,205 
9, 600 














June 16-30 












231 


July 1 15 . 


15, 272 












»3, 100 


18, 372 


July 16-31 












100 




1,019 


414 


2,725 






5,536 


c4, 186 


14,411 
327 


Aug. 16-31 


327 
2,000 




Sept. 1-15 


2,271 

442 

5,000 




176 
408 


454 
150 








4,901 
1,000 


Sept- 16-30 








Oct. 1-15 








5,000 
781 


Oct. 16-31 












781 
62 
















62 


















Total 


65,976 


5,956 


3,309 


2, 522 


604 


5,536 


9,309 


6,887 


100,099 





a Alabama. 

f> North Dakota. 

c West Virginia. 

The 85th and part of the 14th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D. of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Divisions, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320). For the dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



STRENGTH. 



59 



Table 15. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Devens, Mass. 





Mas- 
sachu- 
setts. 


Con- 
necti- 
cut. 


Ver- 
mont. 


New 
Hamp- 
shire. 


Maine. 


New 

York. 


Rhode 

Island. 


Flor- 
ida. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917 


1,029 

S, 235 
8,234 


549 
4,391 
4,391 


52 
420 
420 


00 
482 

481 


91 
728 
729 


292 
2,329 
2, 339 


Ill 
884 
884 








2,184 
17,469 
17,478 

150 


Sept. 16-30 








Oct. 1-15 








1918. 






150 


Feb. 16-28 


2,082 


1,037 


55 


29 




3, 293 


97 






0, 593 


Mar. 1-15 






26 

1,382 

244 

5,776 

2,500 

4, 592 

100 

240 

1,257 

329 


26 


Mar. 16-31 














1,382 




5,604 

200 

1,400 




421 

599 
400 


624 
700 


919 
1.514 
2,500 









7,188 
8,713 


May 16-31 




















7,500 


June 16-30 










4, 592 




8,800 
1,526 


2,307 
928 


205 
461 


721 
290 


2,967 
668 











15, 100 


Aug. 1 15 . . 




659 


7,570 




12,342 
1,257 


Aug. 16-31 


Sept. 1-15 

Sept. 16-30 

Oct. 1-15. . 


325 
137 


750 
117 


252 


30 


712 







6 

32 


2, 404 


214 




500 


455 


774 


1,771 




3,000 


Oct. 16-31 




200 








200 


Dee. 1-15 


612 














612 






1 














Total 


38, 184 


14, 470 


3,710 


4,191 


12,599 


S.667 


2,635 


7,570 


38 


16, 596 


108, 690 







The 76th and part ot the 12th Divisions wero organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates on lile, Mail and 
Record Division, A. G. O., 351.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 16. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Gvard, by States 

by months — Camp Dix, N. J. 





New . Dela- 
Jersey. ware. 


New 
York. 


New 

Hamp- 
shire. 


Rhode 
Island. 


Penn- 
syl- 
vania. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-15 


1,033 60 

8, 266 481 


1,058 
S,466 
3,174 












2, 151 


Sept. 16-30 












17,213 
6,454 


Nov. 16-30 


3.100 ! 180 






















114 
220 

1,501 


114 


Dee. 10-31 














220 


1918. 
Jan. 16-31 














1,501 


Feb. 16-28 


7,026 














86 


7,112 


















648 
I5S 
3,000 
450 
700 
903 

[ 4,853 

2,798 
\ 7,000 


648 


Mar. 16-31 
















458 


Apr. 1-15 
















3,000 


Apr. 16-30 


2,137 


141 


3,029 


574 


816 




"2,371 


9, 518 


May 1 15. 


700 


May 16 31. 


7,657 
5,589 


460 


6,800 
236 










15,880 
17,877 




10 


33 


20 


(''4,025 
4 <-3, 500 
I 6 611 


June 16-31 


2,798 


Julv 1-15 


4,918 


285 




8,317 








rdi.soo 

\ «200 


22. 000 


Jujy 16-31 








2,632 2.632 




2,232 










; n,768 


348 
13, 931 
720 
186 
1,194 
198 
274 


4,348 


Aug. 16-31 












13,931 


Sept. 1-15 


1,697 

500 

3,487 


218 
144 








3, 200 385 


6,220 


Sept. 16-30 










957 
513 


1,787 












5,194 


Oct. 16-31 












198 


Nov. 1-15 














274 


Nov. 16-30 














3,229 1 3,229 


Dec. 1-15 














2,944 ! 2,944 


















Total 


47,642 


1,949 


31,080 


584 


849 


3,220 14.630 


48,447 


148, 401 











a Illinois. 

'■ Massachusetts. 



c Florida, 2,500; others, 611. 
d North Carolina. 



' West Virginia. 
/ Maryland. 



The 78th and part of the 72d Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Divsion, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



3553—25- 



6 



60 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 17. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Dodge, lou-a. 





Iowa. 


Illinois. 


Minne- 
sota. 


North 
Dakota. 


Ne- 
braska. 


Okla- 
homa. 


Mis- 
souri. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 


637 

5, 100 

123 


468 

3,747 

93 


889 

7,111 

178 


264 

2,108 

53 








2 258 


Sept. 16-30 










18,066 


Oct. 16-31 








o 3, 403 


160 

115 


4,010 

115 


1918. 
Feb. 1-15 








Feb. 16-28 


6,384 




8,600 










14,984 


Mar. 16-31 










50 


50 


Apr. 1-15 




191 

1, 938 












191 


Apr. 16-30 


3,412 


3,513 


1,037 








9,900 










1,036 


1 036 


May 16-31 


3,654 

400 
723 

250 

8, 123 








1,573 




7,257 




12,484 
7,000 

19,195 
14 446 








2,000 


''2,000 

r4,000 
d4,000 
<\3, 736 
fl, 531 
2, 050 
1 548 


1 4, 195 
f 150 

120 
508 
924 
337 
724 


July 1-15 






4,000 
150 

150 


2,000 
1,992 


600 

1,389 






3,618 

800 


946 

350 

35 


211 
150 


Aug. 16-31 


3,750 

10, 120 

508 




294 




Sept. 16-30 










Oct. 1-15 


5,305 








1,695 








7,924 
337 


Nov. 16-30 














Dec. 1-15 
















724 












1 






Total 


37,111 


10,855 


21,622 


5, 823 


7,568 


4,286 


9,246 


22, 268 


8,319 


127, 098 



" Alabama. 
ii Tennessee. 
c Montana. 



d South Dakota. 

f Indiana. 

/ Other States. 



On 



The 88th and part of the 19th and 92d Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates, 
file, Mail and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 

Table 18. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Doniphan, Okla. 



Kansas 
and Mis- 
souri. 



Sept. 1-30 (Kansas and Missouri National Guard). 

Oct. 1-15 

Oct. 16-31 



21,000 



Mar. 1-15... 
Mar. 16-31 . . 
Apr. 1-15... 
Apr. 16-30.. 
July 1-15. .. 
Oct. 1-15... 
Nov. 1-15... 

Total . 



1918. 



21,000 



Other 
camps. 



1,712 
3,062 



1,584 
4,100 
1,900 
3,801 
8,640 
3,465 
1,999 



30,263 



Other 
States. 



Grand 
total. 



21,000 
1,712 
3,062 



1,584 
4,100 
1,900 
3,801 
8,640 
3,465 
1,999 



51,263 



The 35th and part of the 17th and 19th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On 
file, Mail and Record Division, A . G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted, no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office . 



STRENGTH. 



61 



Table 19. — Approximate mobilization of selective, service, men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Funston, Kans. 





Colo- 
rado. 


Ari- 
zona. 

174 

1,388 
1,389 


New 
Mexico. 


South 
Dakota. 


Kan- 
sas. 

322 
2, 576 
2,576 


Mis- 
souri. 


Ne- 
braska. 


Missis- 
sippi. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 


238 

1,901 
1,901 


115 

916 
917 


136 
1,087 
1,086 


933 

7, 464 
6,163 






409 




2,327 

18,608 

17,306 

500 


Sept. 16-30 


3, 274 

3,274 




Oct. 1-15 








Oct. 16-31 






500 


Nov. 1-15 


57 


31 


14 


9 


212 

753 
1, 921 


1,176 

1,624 
355 


98 






1,597 


1918. 
Feb. 16-28 






150 

} 1,656 

500 
500 


2,527 


Apr. 16-30 


1,029 


470 


405 


720 


1,460 




/ 3,377 
V'2, 238 


13,629 
500 


May 1-15 


May 16-31 






4,871 
5,000 
4,700 










5,371 










5,000 


500 
12,300 


2,000 


4, (XX) 


f<>5,000 


\ 2. 1 19 


20, 149 


July 1-15 








\ '500 | ' 


21, (XX) 
202 


July 16-31... 












202 

529 

456 

4. 387 


Aug. 1-15 






58 


2,072 


936 


8,462 


1,736 




736 


14,529 


Aug. 16-31 




456 


Kept. 1-15 


500 






4, 607 

156 

1,288 






2, 043 


d 1, 350 


12,887 


Sept. 16-30 






909 




935 


2,090 


Oct. 1-15 






3,712 






801 
121 
451 


5,801 
121 


Nov. 16-30 










Dec. 1-15 
















451 




















Total 


5,626 


3,452 


2,425 


10,110 


29,918 


39, 886 


15,554 


6,043 


14,543 12.492 


140,049 









« Florida. 
6 Louisana. 



c Oklahoma. 
d Alabama. 



The 89th, the 10th and part of the 92d Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, 
Mail and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 

Table 20. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Gordon, Ga. 





Ala- 
bama. 


Geor- 
gia. 


Ten- 
nessee. 


Florida, New 


Illinois. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-15 


280 

2, 238 
879 


917 
4,356 
2, 934 


726 
5, 812 
3,458 










1,923 


Sept. 16-30 










12,408 
7,271 


Oct .1-15 










Oct. 16-31 








11,093 

11,339 

1,100 


11,093 


Nov. 1-15 












11,339 


Nov. 16-30 












1,100 


1918. 
Feb. 16-28 




2,805 










2,805 
3,763 


Mar. 16-31 










3,763 

2,008 

4,396 

2,963 

70 

184 

406 








2,008 


Apr. 16-30 




6,356 








10, 752 
2,963 


May 1-15... 










May 16-31.. 




878 
8,000 


202 




4,168 
1,000 


"9,800 


15, 118 






5,000 






14,184 










406 


July 1 15 


850 


4,750 
7,055 
4,750 




6,400 






12,000 
17,188 


Julv 16-31 


3,653 






6 6,480 


1,000 
250 
706 


Aug. 1-15 


850 




6,400 




13,000 


Aug. 16-31.. 








250 


Sept. 1-15 




2,600 




5,900 






9,206 


Sept. 16-30 












Nov. 1-15 












7,000 
483 

1,994 
932 


7,000 


Nov. 16-30 










483 


Dec. 1-15 












1,994 


Dee. 16-31 










932 












Total 


5,097 


45,401 


18,649 2«2 18.700 


5,168 


16,280 


49,687 


159,184 













a Ohio. 



b Iowa. 



The 82d Division was organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



62 



MEDICAL. AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 21. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Grant, III. 





Illinois. 


Minne- 
sota. 


Indiana. 


Wiscon- 
sin. 


Missis- 
sippi. 


North 
Dakota. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-15 


1,586 

12,685 

6,343 






359 

2,872 
1,437 










1,945 


Sept. 16-30 














15.557 


Oct. 1-15 














7,780 


Oct. 16-31 












108 


108 




1,047 






14 








1,061 


Dec. 1 15 .. 












363 

540 

50 


363 


Dec. 16-31 
















540 


1918. 
















50 


Jan. 16-31 
















260 


250 


Feb. 16-28... 


5,089 














985 

1.335 

2,813 

\ 


6,074 


Mar. 1-15 . 














1,335 


Mar. 16-31... 
















2,813 


Apr. 16-30 


3,122 

5,000 
6,000 






2,477 
10,000 






/ a 1,010 
\ &2.O0O 


8,509 


May 16-31 










/ 


15,000 


June 16-30 


10,000 




3.000 




L 


19,000 
1 1 , (XX) 


July 15-31. 




8,000 




c3,000 






4,000 












4,000 


Aug. 16-31 


2,000 

3,300 

55 
2,789 












3,533 
1 


5,533 


Sept. 1-15 


5,453 

790 

5,000 


1,000 


2,000 

25 




1,200 

10 
800 


| c 1,318 

\ <*500 

1 t 1,000 

5.700 

411 


15, 771 


Sept. 16-30 


650 


1,608 


3,708 


Oct. 1-15.. 


9,000 


Oct. 16-31 








275 
3,466 
5,717 
5.495 


275 


















3 466 


Nov. 16-30 
















5,717 


Dec. 1-15 
















5,495 




56.115 
















Total 


18,144 


1,000 


27. 184 


3.650 


2,010 


9,809 26.548 


144,460 











o Idaho. 

b North Carolina. 



c Louisiana. 
d South Dakota. 



e Nebraska. 



The 86th and part of the 92d Divisions were organized al this camp. (0. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 22. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Hancock, Ga. 





New 
York. 


Penn- 
syl- 
vania. 


c„™. South 
°?° r - ! Caro- 
pa - Una. 


Michi- 
gan. 


Indi- 
ana. 


Other | Other 
States. Camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 


27, (XX) 














27,000 
488 


Oct. 1-15 










488 

320 

504 

1,841 

249 

918 

282 

2,815 

5, 251 

50 

1,027 

2, 752 

50 

3,624 


Oct. 16-31 














320 


Dec. 1-15 . 


5,000 












5,504 


Dec. 16-31 












1,841 


1 
1918. 
Jan. 1-15 ' 














249 


Jan. 16-31 














918 


Fob . 1 6-28 














282 


Mar. 16-31 












2,815 


Apr. 1-15 














5, 251 


Apr. 16-30 














50 
















1,027 


May 16-31 6, 850 














9,602 
265 










215 




June 16-30 ; 










3,624 


July 1-15 








250 


319 


152 


402 


Aug. 1-15 1 323 








642 


Aug. 16-31 1 




289 


229 




108 


6,608 
962 

3,469 

50 

487 

924 


7,234 
962 








Sept. 16-30 1 












3,469 
















50 


Oct. 16-31 














487 


Nov. 1-15 














924 


Total 


















7,173 


32,000 


289 


229 


250 


534 


260 


32, 671 


73,406 



The 28th Division was organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division 
A. O. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. * 

Source of information: CaUs for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



STRENGTH. 



63 



Table 23. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Jackson, S. C. 





Florida. 


North 
Caro- 
lina. 


South 
Caro- 
lina. 


Tennes- 
see. 


Ala- 
bama. 


Georgia. 


Other 

States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-15 


316 
1,904 


799 
6,3S9 


504 
2,565 
2,621 
1,008 








1,619 


Sept. 16-30 












10,858 


Oct. 1-15 












5, 407 


Oct. 16-31 












3,144 

10(1 

302 

91 


4, 152 


1918. 

Jan. 16-31 . 














100 


Feb. 1-15... 












302 


Feb. 16-28... 






3,383 








3,474 


Mar. 1 IS 










350 


350 


Apr. 16-30 




3, 054 


1,969 


2,415 


1, 27S 




160 

375 

1,107 

1,965 

I - 
4,157 

} 128 

466 
102 

1,719 
165 

1,584 
15. 765 

1,119 


8,876 


May 1 15 








375 


Mav 16-31... 














1,107 




2,000 


2,000 


5,500 
5,800 






a 8, 500 
/ b 7, 200 
\ c 79 


19,965 


July 1-15 






13, 151 


July 16-31 










4,157 




1,300 


4,800 


3,248 






1, 152 


/ d 3, 000 
\ 804 


14,432 


Aug. 16-31 


124 




590 


Sept. 1-15 


500 


700 






e.5,900 
i 13, 000 


7, 202 


Sept. 16-30 








14, 719 


Oct. 1-15 












165 


Oct. 16-31 














1,584 


Nov. 1-15 














15, 765 


Dec. 16-31 














1,119 
















Total 


6,020 


20, 528 


26,598 


2,539 


1,278 


1,152 


3S,S33 


32, 521 


129,469 







a Illinois. 
6 Ohio. 



c Virginia. 
rf Maryland. 



' New York. 



The 81st and part of the 29th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., ot various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on fde in the Division of Selective Service Records, 
Adjutant General's Office. 



The 



Table 24. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Kearny, Calif. 





Arizona. 


Califor- 
nia. 


Utah. 


Colorado. 


Nebraska. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-30 (National Guard, Arizona, New Mex- 














5,000 








1,239 








1,239 


Oct. 16-31 


705 








ol3,680 
5,952 

52 


14,385 
5,952 

52 


Nov. 1 15 










1918. 
Jan . 16-31 












Mar. 1 15 




139 








139 












389 

56 

100 

10,000 

2,000 

7,000 

1,162 

3,322 


389 


Apr. 16-30 












56 


Mav 16-31 












100 














10,000 


June 16-30 












2,000 


July 1 15.. 












7,000 


July 10-31 












1,162 


Aug. 16 31 


1,075 

1,265 

216 










4,397 
5,965 
3,175 




3,800 
1,976 


900 






Oct. 1 15 


808 




175 
338 


Nov. 1-15 




6,000 


6,338 














Total 


3,261 


5,915 


2,139 


808 


6,000 


44,226 


67,349 







a A few National Guard; largely drafted men. 

The 40th and part of the 16th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, 
Mail and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



64 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 25. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Lee, Va. 





Virginia. 


West 
Virginia. 

455 
3, 640 
1,821 
1,365 


Penn- 
sylvania. 


Tennes- 
see. 


District 
of Co- 
lumbia. 


T„, a « i Other 
lexas - States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
tola!. 


1917. 


690 

5,518 
3,145 
4,442 


1,195 
9, 563 
4,782 
3,243 










2,340 

18 721 


Sept. 16-30 


















9, 748 










207 

55 
26 
48 


9,257 


1918. 










Fe'o. ie-28 - L- 


3,107 








3, 133 






4,797 


4, (KM) 








8 845 


Apr. 16-30 


1,065 


8, 311 


821 






10,197 











300 

25, 284 

5, 358 

1,699 

1,200 

402 
2,356 
1,400 
1,033 


300 


Mav 16-31 














25, 284 




6,003 


3,003 


9,012 




2 


320 1,320 


25,018 


June 16-30 




1,699 


Julvl-15 


6,300 




11,700 








19,200 


July 16-31 










402 




051 




10,892 




457 




14, 356 


Aug. 16-31 








1,400 




2, 525 


5,000 






500 




475 
275 


9,533 


Oct. 1-15 


9,000 






9,275 


Oct. 16-31 












659 

13, 591 

52 


659 


Nov. 16-31 
















13,591 


Dec. 1-15 
















52 




















Total 


30, 339 


20,081 


74, 805 


821 


959 


320 


2,070 


53, 670 


183,065 





TheSOth Division was organized at this camp. (G.O., W.D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 

Table 26. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Lends, Wash. 



Sept. 1-15... 
Sept. 16-30. 
Oct. 16-31... 
Nov. 1-15... 



Jan. 16-31.. 
Apr. 1-15.. 

Apr. 16-30. 

June 1-15.. 
July 1-15.. 
July 16-31 . 

Aug. 1-15.. 



Sept. 1-15... 
Sept. 16-30. 
Oct. 1-15... . 



Total. 



1917. 



1918. 



Wash- 
ington. 



365 
2,918 
2,919 
1,094 



518 
1,596 



2, 200 
4,000 



1,556 

2,017 

5 

1,866 



21,054 



Mon- 
tana. 



394 
3,148 
3, 149 
1,181 



3,465 
4,000 



1,852 
1,018 



1,461 



19,668 



Utah. 



119 
918 
948 
355 



618 



500 
500 



1,174 
5 



5,621 



Cali- 
fornia. 



1,153 
9, 224 
9,224 
3, 459 



4, 363 



4,000 



3,397 
75 



400 



35,295 



Idaho. 



114 
915 
915 
343 



1,395 
2,000 



618 

712 



487 
7,499 



Wy- 
oming. 



Oregon. 



41 

324 
324 
221 



167 

335 



923 



1,000 2,000 
2,500 



56 

300 
31 

492 



1,050 
900 



3,291 7,373 



Other 

States. 



706 
» 1,283 



& 1,848 
<• 1, 230 
d 4, 714 
"179 
«300 
/ 1,000 



c 1,000 

S 1, 070 

671 

234 

71 

840 



15,942 



Other 
camps. 



96 



100 
461 



200 
218 



2,419 



Grand 
total. 



2,275 
18,184 
18,185 

7,936 



96 
2,533 

IS, 818 

13, 344 

12,000 

100 

12,905 

5,261 

307 

6,218 



18, 162 



" New York. 
6 South Dakota. 
c North Dakota. 



5 Colorado. 



<i Minnesota. 
« Nevada. 
/ Georgia. 

The 91st and I3th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record 
Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Ad- 
jutant General's Office. 



STRENGTH. 



65 



Table 27. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Logan, Tex. 





Illinois. 


New 
York. 


Okla- 
homa. 


Loui- 
siana. 


Penn- 1 Other 
sylvania. camps. 


Grand 
total . 


1917. 
Sept. 1-30 (National Guard) 


20, 000 
109 












20, 000 
1, 879 


Oct. 1-15 






1,770 

1,001 

9, 625 

218 


Oct. 16-31 




1 


1,004 


Nov. 1-15 









9,625 
490 


Nov. 16 30 


151 






123 




248 






248 


Dec. 16-31... 






103 

26 
50 
114 

96 

6,291 

4, 605 

2.250 

587 

500 

400 


103 


1918. 
Jan. 16-31 










26 


Feb. 1-15 




... 




50 


Feb. 16-2S 






III 









96 


Mar. 10-31 







6,291 










4,605 


Apr. 16-30 








2,250 


May 16-31 . 






587 








500 


July 1-15 






400 


July 16-31 






400 




400 












97 

1,064 

2,691 

328 

475 


97 


Sept. 1-15 




4,000 




5,064 
2,691 


Oct. 16-31 






Nov. l-lo 








328 


Dec. 1-15 






582 


1,057 










Total 


20, 260 


248 


4,000 


982 123 


32,292 


57,905 



The 33d and part of the 5th and 15th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., \V. D., of various dates. On file, 
Mail and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on tile in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Ad- 
jutant General's Office. 

Table 28. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp MacArthur, Tex. 





Michi- 
gan and 
Wiscon- 
sin. 


Arkan- 
sas. 


Texas. 


Mis- 
souri. 


New 
Mexico. 


Wiscon- 
sin. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-30 (National Guard) 


18,000 














18,000 

2,063 

2,421 

506 


Oct. 1 15... 















2,063 

2,421 

506 

9,162 

4,004 

631 

4, 143 

2,125 

526 

128 

11,909 

1,991 

3,000 

115 

142 

146 

165 

4,500 


Oct. 16-31 








Nov. 16-30 1 








Dec. 16-31 1 '■ 











9,162 


1918. 








4,004 


Jan. 16-31 




1 


631 








I 


4,143 


Feb. 16-28 






I 


2, 125 


Mar. 16-31 






i 


526 










1 


128 


Apr. 16-30 


1 








11,909 














1,991 


July 1-15 












3,000 
115 


July 16-31 












Aug. 1-15 




.500 


2,006 






2,648 
146 


\ug. 16-31 










Sept. 1-15 








5,600 


400 




6, 165 
4,500 
6,000 
3,785 


Sept. 16-30 






















6,000 


N.iv. 1-15 










3,785 














Total 


18,000 


500 


2,008 


5,600 


400 


6,000 


51,462 


83,968 







The 32d and the 7th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and 
Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Ad- 
jutant General's Office. 



66 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 29. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — -Camp McClellan, Ala. 





Via 1 
bama. ( '«>rgia. 


Illinois. 


Ohio. 


Indi- 
ana. 


Other 

camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 

Sept. 1-Oct. 15 (National Guard from New 

Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and 










25,000 
182 


Oct. 16-31 










182 

1,000 

22 

400 
3.000 
5, 000 
1,389 
2,378 
8, 677 
1,176 


Nov. 1-15 












1,000 














22 


1918. 
Feb. 16-28 












400 


Apr. 15-30 










3,000 












5,000 








I 




1,389 


Aug. 1-15 


2,000 








100 


4,478 


Aug. 16-31 








8,677 




1,000 
2,700 
1, 938 










2,176 


Sept. 16-30 

Oct. 1 15 










2,700 


2, 359 


3,622 


1,0S1 




137 

496 
232 

287 


9, 137 


Oct. 16-31 




496 














232 


Nov. 16-30 













287 


Total 


7,638 


2,359 


~~ 3,622" 


1,081 


100 I 24,376 


64, 176 



The 29th and the 6th Divisions were organized at this camp. (Q. O., W. D.. ot various dates. On file, Mail and 
Record Division, A. G, O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Ad- 
jutant General's Office. 

Table 30. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Meade, Md. 





Mary- 
land. 


Pennsyl- 
vania. 


West District of 
Virginia. Columbia. 


Tennes- 
see. 


Ohio. 


New 
York. 


Connect- 
icut. 


1917. 
Sept. 16-30 


3,193 

355 

1,419 

2, 129 


14, 6S9 
1,633 
1,753 
9, 793 

4,775 

2,310 
7,700 




418 










Oct. 1-15 




47 
278 
186 










Oct. 16-31 




1,017 








Nov. 1-15 










1918. 
Feb. 16-28 












Apr. 16-30 


2,120 


1,039 492 


1,515 


1,329 






May 1-15 






May 16-31 


2,3X9 
4,729 
2,600 
3, 150 

400 
1,200 

920 
24,604 
















40 ! sis 

4,S66 859 


100 




113 

4,675 


1,200 


July 1-15 




















1,500 














Sept. 16-30 














Oct. 1-15 






213 










Total 


44, 153 


5,945 


3,30S 


2,632 


1,329 


4,7.88 


1,200 





Rhode 
Island. 


North 
Carolina. 


Dela- 
ware. 


Massa- 
chusetts. 


New 

Jersey. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Orand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 16-30 













18,300 

2,035 
4,467 


Oct. 1-15 ! 










Oct. 16-31 ! 










Nov. 1-15 i 










12,108 


Dec. 1-15 


;.. 








73 

120 
159 

52 

1,602 

472 

819 

41 


73 


1918. 












120 


Feb. 16-2X 












4, 934 


Mar. 1-15 












52 


Mar. 16-31 










1,602 













472 


Apr. 16-30 .. 










9,624 


May 1-15 


i 








7, 741 


May 16-31.. 










2,389 
12,948 
5,024 




1,200 


20 


160 




6 


320 


4,245 

5,024 

976 

991 

531 


June 16-30 . 






......... 


1,700 


300 






"4,000 


19,976 
991 


Jul'v 16-31 














150 
100 





2,000 




5,831 


Sept. 1-15 






6 500 


2,500 


Sept. 16-30 










1,200 


Oct. 1-15 


393 j 




207 


5,267 








7,000 
1,767 


Oct. 16-31 








1,767 

1,000 

222 

63 


Nov. 1-15 












1,000 


Nov. 16-30 












222 


Dee. 1-15 












63 


Total 


1,593 | 


1,720 


917 


5,267 


2, no« 


4,820 


18, 157 


122,439 





« Virginia. b Georgia. 

The 79th and part of the 11th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 350.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Adju- 
tant General's Office. 



STRENGTH. 



67 



Table 31. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Pike, Ark. 





Alabama. 

401 

3,206 

502 


Arkansas. 


Louisiana. I 


Mississippi. 

540 

3,822 
1,728 


Tennessee. 

L 


Iowa. 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 


1 15 


1017. 


513 

4, 107 

841 

1,027 


679 
4,620 
1 , 630 
1,358 




16-30 






15 






Oct. 


6 31 








1-15 










16 30 









Dec. 


1 15... 








Dec. 


16-31 . . 










1 15 . 


L918. 




j 




Feb. 


16-28 






2, 053 










Mar. 


16-31 














Apr. 
May 


16-30 






2, 735 


4,549 


2,004 






1-15 






4,130 




May 


16-31 






4,128 
7,000 




2.000 
1,000 








2,000 


2,000 






16-30... 






July 


1-15 




1,000 


6,41'.:! 
2,5S1 








12, 537 


1-15 

16-31 




897 








Aug 
Sept 
Sept 
Oct. 








.1-15 

.16-30 

1-15 .. . 




3,000 


3, 500 
2,000 
1,786 




2,000 












Oct. 


16-31 












Nov 


1-15 
















Total 
















10,109 


38, 734 


15,733 


13,094 


4,130 


12,537 



Sept. 1-15.. 
Sept. 16-30. 
Oct. 1-15... 
Oct. 16-31.. 
Nov. 1-15.. 
Nov. 16-30. 
Dec. 1-15.. 
Dec. 16-31. 



Jan. 1-15- - . 
Feb. 16-28.. 
Mar. 16-31.. 
Apr. 16-30.. 
May 1-15... 
May 16-31.. 
June 1-15... 
June 16-30.. 
July 1-15... 
Aug. 1-15... 
Aug. 10-31.. 
Sept. 1-15- . 
Sept. 16-30. 
Oct. 1-15... 
Oct. 16-31.. 
Nov. 1-15.. 



Total. 



1917. 



Oklahoma. 



New 
Mexico. 



Missouri. 



Other 
States. 



Other 
camps. 



1,380 
5, 506 
1,061 
1,006 
1,705 



26 



Gran'l 
total. 



86 



7,000 



1,000 



6,000 . 



262 



7,000 



1,000 



250 
200 



6,919 



13,035 



295 



157 
2,595 



2,133 
15,755 
4,701 
3, 765 
5, 506 
1,664 
1 , 006 
1 , 705 



26 

2, aw 

86 

9,288 

4,130 

6,12* 

18,000 

262 

20,161 

12,064 

280 

8,700 

2.000 

9,000 

157 

2,595 



765 



14,998 



131,135 



The 87th Division was organized at this camp. fQ.O.,W. D.. of various dates. On Ole, Mail and Record Division) 
A. O. O., 345.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Adju- 
tant General's Office. 



68 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 32. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Sevier, S. C. 



1917. 

Sept. 1-Nov. 1 (National Guard, 
Tennessee, North Carolina, and 
South Carolina) 

Oct. 16-31 

Nov. 1-15 

Dec. 16-31 



, , . North 

Alabama. Carolina . 



South Ken- 

Carolina.! tucky. 



Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept 

Oct. 

Oct. 



1918. 



District 
of Co- 
lumbia. 



Mary- 
land. 



Other 
camps. 



1-15.. 

l6-:u. 



6, 800 



16-30. 
1-15.. 



1(1-30. 
1-15.. . . 

10-31... 



1,374 



2, MX) 
143 



Total . 



6,800 



2,943 



1,000 



7,483 



1,000 



1,000 



. M 
137 
263 



4,800 
4,125 
2,787 
311 
2,578 I 
7, 500 
2,431 



4,649 



1,000 



1, 128 
100 



39, 293 



Grand 

total. 



18,679 

8,184 

137 

263 



4, 800 
4, 125 

2,787 

311 

9,378 

7, 500 

2,431 

2,000 

4, 649 

2,800 

10, 428 

100 



78, 572 



The 30th and part of the 20th Divisions were organized here. (G.O., W.D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record 
Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 

Table 33. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Shelby, Miss. 





Missis- 
sippi. 


,lliuois ' bama. 


Arkan- 
sas. 


Ten- 
nessee. 


Wis- 
consin. 


Other 

States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-Nov. 15 (National Guard, Indiana, 














20,601 


Oct. 16-31 














5,107 


5. 107 


Nov. 1-15 














4,292 4,292 


1918. 
Apr. 1-15 














183 183 


Apr. 16-30 














68 68 


May 16-31 


1,649 


4,351 .... 










289 | 6,289 












53 53 


June 16-30 












891 








1,745 








3,009 
2,000 
3,209 
2,000 
2,789 
640 


July 15-31 


2,000 












1 100 




1,100 




650 


359 


Aug. 16-31 


2,000 
2,000 
















789 
640 
2,011 
450 
.50 


Sept. 16-30 


























2,011 


Oct. 16-31 


2,750 








3, 543 




6,743 
50 


Nov. 1-15 
























Total 


10,399 


4,351 i 2,364 


1,745 


1,100 


3,543 


650 


15, 182 so aais 













The 38th Division was organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
S. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



.STREXliTH. 



69 



Tabi.k :!4. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Sheridan, Ala. 



Kept. l-Oct. 15 (National Guard, 

Oct. 1-15 

Oct. 16-31 

Nov. 16-30 



Ohio) 



Fob. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
May 
.Turie 
July 
July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov, 



16-28. 
1-15 



16-31. 



16-31 . . 
1-15... 
1-15. .. 
16-31 . . 
1-15... 

If, :<i . 

1-15... 

16-30.. 
1-15... 
16-31.. 

1-15. . . 

16-30. 



Total . 



Other 


Grand 


camps. 


total. 




18,992 


3,711 


3,711 


1, 139 


1,139 


158 


158 


506 


506 


250 


250 


499 


499 


775 


775 


320 


320 


1,181 


1,181 


3,977 


3, 977 


600 


600 


6,000 


6,000 


4,074 


4,074 


1,0, '1 


4,069 


1,970 


1,970 


100 


100 


.565 


565 


564 


564 


110 


110 


171 


171 


30, 739 


49. 731 


dates. Ou file, Mail 



The 37th and part of the 9th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., W. D., of va 
and Record Division, A. («. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 35. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Sherman. Ohio. 





Ohio. 


Penn- 
sylvania. 


Ten- 
nessee. 


West 
Virginia. 


Okla- 
homa. 


! 
Indiana. 


Other 
States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 

total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1 


1,939 
15, 509 
11,032 

1,667 


215 

1,724 

1,293 

185 

892 












i 


2, 154 


Sept. 16-30 












17,233 










1 


12, 925 


Oct. 16 31.. 












2, 957 


Dec. 1-15 






892 


191S. 
Mar. 1 15.. 






... . .1 . . 


28 
125 
832 
198 
600 


28 


Mar. 16-31 








125 


Apr. 16-30 

Mav 1-15 


8, 973 


335 








10, 140 









198 


May 16-31 


2,000 
8,500 
6,000 








2, 600 




500 


2,000 


1,000 




4,000 1, 000 


15,000 








8,000 


July 16-31... 






4,809 

2,332 

100 


4,809 


Aug. 1-15 . 


5,220 


5,780 




1 


1,500 ' 500 


15 332 


Aug. 16-31. . 




! 


100 


Sept. 1-15 


12,500 

362 

8,000 


1,249 


2,304 


1 






16, 053 


Sept. 16-30. .. 







640 


616 
309 


1,618 


Oct. 1-15 


| 






8,309 
1,000 


Oct. 16-31 . 




1,000 








Nov. 1-15 






: 






627 
3,481 


627 


Dec. 1-15 












3,481 

















Total 


82, 302 


12, 173 


5,304 


1 000 1 10". 


5, .500 


2, 140 


14, 057 


12!, 581 






1 





The 83d and part of the 95th Divisions were organized at this camp. (G.O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail 
and Record Division, A. CO., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men wero received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



70 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 36. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men. and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Taylor, Ky. 





Illinois. 


Indiana. 


Ken- 
tucky 


Ohio. 


Loui- 
siana. 


Wis- 
consin . 


Other 

States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept 1 l", 


529 
4,229 
2,114 


S76 
7,004 
3,502 


712 
5,694 
2,847 








2,117 
16,927 


Sept 16-30 












Oct 1-15 













8, 463 


Nov. 1 15 










2, 155 
50 


2,155 


1918. 
Jan. 1 15 
















50 


Feb. 10- 2*. . 


2,353 




2,341 










4, 694 














50 
192 
95 


50 






5, 968 


517 




2.879 






9, 556 


May 1 15 










95 






3,476 






7,233 








10, 709 




7,000 


7.000 
8,511 
4,168 






a 1,000 

600 

b 1, 994 


631 

116 

360 

1,842 

3,960 

1,250 


15,631 
22, 1 27 




7,700 






5. 200 






6,977 




13,499 


Aug. 16-31 




295 
2,300 






2, 137 






700 
1,000 








cl.000 


7,966 


Kept. 16-30 










2. 250 
5,000 


Oct. 1 15 




5,000 . 
1. 










Nov. 1-15 . 














62 
292 


62 


Dec. 1-15 














292 


















Total 


16, 225 


36.121 

1 


33. 490 


14.210 


2,879 


5. 200 


4,594 


11,061 


123. 780 







« North Carolina. 



b Alabama. 



c Tennessee. 



The 84th Division was organized at this camp. fG. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
A. G. <)., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 37. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by Stales, 

by months — Camp Travis. Tex. 





1 Texas 


! Okla- 
homa 


1 Colo- 
rado. 


■' New- 
Mexico 


Loui- 
siana. 


Arkan- 
sas. 


Other 

1 States. 


Other 
camps 


1 Grand 

j total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1 15 . 


1,527 
12.218 
6,109 
3,666 


778 

6,226 

t 3,891 














2,305 
18,444 


Sept. 16-30 




















. 






10,000 


Nov. 1-15 . 












3,666 


1918. 
Jan.l 15 





i 




298 


29S 


Feb. 16-28 


1 , S25 


3,267 










5, 092 


Mar. 1 6-3 1 












200 


200 


Apr. 16-30 


8,817 

5,000 

12. (XX) 

18, 700 


2,194 












11,011 


May 1 15 










700 


5,700 
15, (XX) 




3,000 

460 












1,100 


740 








21,000 


July 16-31. 






150 


150 




5,750 








250 | 






6,000 
2,375 


Aug. 16-31 












2,375 
102 

59 
337 
517 

89 




8,999 
7,941 
1,240 






5 






9,106 


Oct. 1-15 






1,466 
259 


1,500 


593 


10,000 


Oct. 16-31. . 






3 


3,061 








337 


Nov. 16-30 












517 


Dec. 1 15 . 










89 














Total 


93,792 


19,816 


1,100 


748 


1,975 


1,500 


593 


4,827 


124,351 





(G. O., W. D., of various dates. On file, Mail 
For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 
Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



The 90th and part of the 18th Divisions were organized at this camp. 
and Record Division, A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) " 



STRENGTH. 



71 



Table 38. -Approximate mobilization of selective service men. and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Upton, N. Y. 





New- 
York. 


Connec- 
ticut. 


Massa- 
chu- 
setts. 


Rhode 
Island. 


New 

Jersey. 


Vir- Other 
ginia. States. 


Other 
camps. 


Grand 

total. 


1917. 


2 112 














2,112 


•■Sept . 10-30 16, 892 

Oct. 16-31 760 










10,892 










760 


Nov. 1-15 








300 
604 
300 

100 


300 


Nov. 16-30 




.. . 




604 


T)ec. 1 15 


8,446 








8,746 
100 


1918. 
Jan. 1 15 




1 




Feb. 16-28 


7.500 








7,500 


Mar. 1 15 








2,500 

5,778 
1,700 
3,366 


2,500 


Mar. 16-31... 






5,778 


Apr. 1-15 






1,700 


Apr. 16-30 ! 7,037 

Mav 16-31 ' 7,600 

June 16-30 10.000 


•-'.070 

3,845 






12, 473 




! ! 


15,001 
10, (XX) 


Julv 16-31 


S.249 

1 1,325 

1 926 

389 






1,751 






10, (XX) 


Aug. 1-15 


250 
800 




819 2,371 1 698 

' ! 300 

1,000 

1 1,111 


873 

775 

11,254 

2,817 

. 2,026 




Aug. 16-31 

Sept. 1 15 


1,000 125 
800 | 400 


3,873 
3,920 


Sept . 16-30 


1,500 


Oct. 1-15 . 










Oct. 16-31. 






11,254 


Nov. 1-15 






2,817 


Dec. 1-15. . 






2,020 














Total 


73,604 


0,965 


4,093 3,539 


819 


2,371 3,109 


32,393 


126, S93 





The 77th and pari of the 92d Divisions were organized at this camp. (G. O., \V. D., of various dates. On file, 
Mail and Record Division, A. (j. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source ot Information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The 
Adjutant General's Office. 



Table 30. — Approximate mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by States, 

by months — Camp Wadsworth, N. C. 



New 
York. 


Penn- South 

syl- Caro- 

vania. lina. 


North 
Caro- 
lina. 


Min- ^en- lm _ 
nesota. ™ i nois. 


Vir- 
ginia. 


Other 
States. 


Other Grand 
camps, total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-Nov. 9 130,000 












30,000 












1 826 1 826 


•Oct. 16-31 












115 ' 115 


Nov. 1-15 


















235 235 


1918. 
















134 134 


Feb. 16-28.. . 
















2, 553 2, 553 
3,500 3,500 
1,810 1,810 
5,983 5,983 
6,322 6,322 
7,221 7,221 
74 9,774 
4,000 


















Mar. 16-31 

































Apr. 16-30.. .. 




















May 1-15 
















Mav 16-31 


9,700 
4,000 


















Juno 1-15 


















June 16-30 


... 
















657 657 
2,278 21,188 

1 18,214 

3, 484 3, 484 
486 3,486 
159 159 
173 12, 173 
96 3,096 
219 219 


July 1-15 




4,459 
5,000 


4,451 
4 014 


2,600 


10,000 
















4,000 


1,000 


'( i>800 
I c700 
[ d 100 


Aug. 16-31. 












Sept. 1 15 






3,000 






Sept. 16-30 




... 

:::::::::::::::: 







Oct. 1-15 


12,000 










Oct. 16-31 






2,500 






I «500 


Nov. 1-15 






















Total 


55,700 


9,459 1 8.465 


2,600 


10,00c 


5,500 1 4.000 


1,000 


2,100 i 37.325 136.149 
















1 



<■ New York City National Guard. 
& New Jersey. 



e Maryland. 
d Delaware. 



' Michigan. 



The 27th Division was organized at this camp. (G. O., \V~. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information: Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Adjutant 
General's Office. 



72 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 40. — Approximate, mobilization of selective service men, and of the National Guard, by Stales, 

by months — Camp Wheeler, Ga. 





Mich- 
igan. 


Illi- 
nois. 


Georgia 


Ala- 
bama, 
Florida 
Georgia 
Vir- 
ginia. 

11.000 


, New- 
York. 


Ala- 
bama. 


1 

Other 
States. 


Other 
eamps. 


Grand 
total. 


1917. 
Sept. 1-Nov. 1 










6,589 

5,647 

704 

524 

48 

26 

2.068 

201 

700 


17,589 
5 647 


Oct. 16-31 


::::::::i:::::::: 


















704 










1 




524 


1918. 
Jan. 1-15 














48 


Mar. 1-15 












26 


Mar 16-31 












2 068 


Apr 1-15. . 













201 


Apr 16-30... 












700 


Mav 16-31.. 


5.000 


5.000 
7,000 








10,000 
7 100 










100 

1.253 

lfO 


.Tune 16-30... 








1 253 








1,000 
6,700 








1 160 












I a 100 
\ 220 


} 

100 

I 


7,020 


Aug. 16-31 










100 


Sept. 1-15 .. 




500 1 








(6 600 
I c400 


2 400 


Sept. 16-30 










( <*900 


1.079 
652 


1,079 


Oct. 1-15 i 










652 


Oct. 16-31 




i,ioo , 3,500 


1.500 




6.500 
125 


Nov. 1-15 1 






125 














Total.. .. 


5,000 


12,000 


9, 700 


11,000 3.500 


1,500 


2,220 


19,976 


64,895 











a District of Columbia. 
6 Kentucky. 



<" Mississippi. 
d Tennessee. 



The 31st Division was organized at this camp. (G. O., AV. D., of various dates. On file, Mail and Record Division, 
A. G. O., 354.1 and 320.) For dates omitted no men were received at the camp. 

Source of information; Calls for selective service men, on file in the Division of Selective Service Records, The Adju- 
tant General's Office. 



STRENGTH. 



73 



Table 41. — Strength, total enlisted men. In/ Stat,.': (excluding specified camps), by months. Apr. 

1917. to Dec. SI. 1919, inclusive." 



Year. 1918. 



SUiios. 



Alabama 3,915 

Alaska 652 

Arizona 10, 506 

A rkansas I 1,216! 

California , 12, 441 

Colorado | 4,067, 

Connecticut 2, 605 

1 >elaware 756; 

District of Columbia 1, 376 

Florida * ' 2, 7691 

Georgia J, 343 

Idaho 669' 

Illinois ; 3.S19, 

Indiana i 849! 

Iowa 1, 642 

Kansas c ! 1 , 629 

Kentucky , 2, 790! 

Louisiana 3,473 

Maine 1 , 602 

Maryland 3,343 

Massachusetts j 5, 124l 

Michigan 1, 499 

Minnesota ! 2, 585] 

Mississippi I 586' 

Missouri 4,203 

Montana 2,052 

Nebraska 1, 305 

Nevada 160 1 

New Hampshire 211 

Now Jersey & ] 5,528| 

New Mexico ! 4, 585 

New York 16,687 

North Carolina 1, 075 

Nort h Dakota I 

Ohio i 3,481 

Oklahoma < ' 2,716 

Oregon 597 

Pennsylvania 3, 345 

Rhode Island 1 , 325 

South Carolina I 1, 748 

South Dakota ' 375 

Ten nessee ' 1 , 409 

Texas 45, 636 

Utah I 325 

Vermont | 3, 081 

Virginia 5,788 

Washington ' 5, 173 

West Virginia ' 1,565 

Wisconsin | 671' 

Wyoming 372 

Others ] 1,059 




Total 188, 628 251, 280 314, 376 465, 492 571, 233 37(1, 861 301,153 267, 263 324, 755 2X9, 524 298,050 339, 524 

i ' *l|l I l 



a Daily average strength for each month. Source of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office of 
the Surgeon Ceneral. 

t> Includes Camp Johnston for December, 1917. 

t Included in Camp Funston, September, 1917, to Decemtwr, 1918. 

4 Includes Camp Merritt. 

' Included in Camp Doniphan, September. 1917, to December, 1918. 



74 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 41. — Strength, total enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1 , 
1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — (Continued. 



Slates. 



Year, 1918. 



April. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida >> 

Ceortria 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas r 



May. 



2,613 

809 

n.siis 

1,317 
23, (197 

1,800 
136 

2,178 
12, 762 

:,. 522 
7,639 



June. 



July. 



Sep- 



Au- 



048 
064| 

575 



5, 77; 

I,. r_>7 

1,004 



2,916 

1 , 000 
11,127 

1,422 
31,142 

2, .542 
197 

4, 178; 

13. 723 
5, 912 
9, 729 
49 
9,726 

11.726 
1, 476, 



3, 150 

1.227 
11,397 

1,678 
33, 324 

2,670 
,881 

1,883 
13,341 

.5,511 

8, 030 

97 

9, 974 
15.531 

1,844 



Oc- 
tober. 



4,110 


4,836 


6,363 


1,385 


1,160 


1,007 


8,331 


7, 659 


7. 303 


1.773 


1,799 


2.009 


28, 2.50 


24,439 


24, 035 


2, 3.56 


1,940 


2, 859, 


564 


678 


842 


1.511 


2,386 


1,840 


12, 534 


8, .565, 


16, 534 


5, 463 


4,795 


4, 332 


10, 032 


7, 763 


9.513 


99 


no: 


100 


10. 130 


9, 3 43 


11.017 


1 1,781 


24.538 


30. 929 


2, 102. 


1, 810 


3,664 



No- 
vem- 
ber. 



De- 
cem- 
ber. 



Year, 1919. 



Jan- 
uary. 



Feb- 
ruary. 



6, 739 
986 

7, 874 
2. 095 

25,210 
3, 394 
1,024 
1,898 

18,641 
4,609 

11,308 
647 

11,912 

31,907 
3, 451 



5, 134 

921, 

7, 453 

1,725 

21,0.56 

2, 892 

984 ! 

1, 1721 

14,228 

3, 703 

8,081 

396 . 
8, .543, 
7,613 
2, 248 



2, 483 

874| 
7. 28 I 
1,533 
17.289 
1,916, 
440 
1,003 
6, 732 
3, 007 
8, 652 



2, 150 

744 

7,264 

1,069 

15,418 

1,915 

378 

7.88 

6, 800 

2, 276 

8, 663 



Kentucky 2,2.55; 3,840 

Louisiana 5,664 9,522 

Maine ' 3,485 3,661 

Maryland : 6,893; 8,955 

Massachusetts 7,335' 7,919 

Michigan 2,572[ 3,510 

Minnesota 4,140, 6,454 

Mississippi 304 1,087 

Missouri 5,127] 8,647 

Montana 237 3I8| 

Nebraska 3,612 3,607 

Nevada I 

New Hampshire 492; 727 

New Jersey d i 32,488! 33,086 

New Mexico 3, 9121 5, 503 

New York 32,361, 33,742 

North Carolina , 732 1,988 

North Dakota .' 

Ohio 4,678 9,926 

Oklahoma * 

Oregon 4,459 5,902 

Pennsylvania 7,396! 9,485; 

Rhode Island 2,4.52 4,014 

South Carolina 2,796 3,142 

South Dakota 17, 18 

Tennessee 1,343 1,309 

Texas 86,812 93,219, 

Utah 2,245 2,519 

Vermont 596| 1, 150| 

Virginia 27,975; 35,609 

Washington 30, 7S1 30,550 

West Virginia 467 i 659; 

Wisconsin 787i 3,616 

Wyoming 231 457 

Others... 22 1,409 



4.784 
8.227 
3, 863l 
13, 16.5 
8, 8O81 
4, 017, 
9. 148 

1,359; 

11,890 

38ll 

3, 503! 

51 

1,226 

41,461 

3, 883 

43. 322 

3. 972 

106 

10.328 



8,121 

12,943 

4, 970 

2,801 

16 

1,112 

9.5, 5.55 

3, 476 

2,266 

33, 149 

22, 305 

821 

5, 592 

1,621 

410 



6. 913 

7.341 

4,392 

12, 173 

9,672 

4,908; 

10, 038 

1,499 

11,423 

442 

2, 869 

100 

1,680 

35, 596 

4,683 

43, 835 

4, 087 

384 

9,343 



7. 273. 

5, 858 

3, 267; 

16,071 

7, 089; 

3, 83N 

5. 780 

1,448 

11, 766 

493 

3, 2.56 

108 

1,590 

33, 070 

6, 305 

40, 191 

:;. M'n 

427 

9,1-56 



12, 163 

13, 781 
3, 504 
4,948 

294 

1,841 

88. 69S 

891 

2,4.54 

30, 467 

24, 347 

815 

7, 32.5 

2,178 

29 



11,850 

17,00.8 

2,942 

3, 383 

451 

2, 405 

74, 073 

1. 12s 

2,777 

36, 005 

24, 370 

844 1 

10,289 

2,211 

515 



7,129 
6. 21 1 
2,802 

20. 236 
6,619 
4, 024| 
5,628 
l,40fl! 
9, 298 
534 
3, 131 1 
10.5 
1,198 

31,723 
6, 520 

33.65S 

4,706 

487 

8,829 



1 1, 223 

16,90.5 

1, 959 

2, 468 

466 

2,085 

65,928 

1, ,843 

3, 231 

34, 55.8 

23, 520 

398 

3, 447, 

824 

513 



14, 795 
9,968 
2,790 

22,0.51 
8. 123 
9,050 
8, 45.5 
2, 467 
9,S40 
915 
5, 305 
291 
1,781 

34, 378 
6,413 

38, 249 

5, 220 

543 

13, 257 



22, 826 

10,171 

3,659 

26,082 

10,010 

6, 216 

9, 296 

2, 528 

9,187 

731 

5,371 

289 

2,509 

48,024 

5,677 

43,291 

7, 971 1 

662; 

13,958,' 



15,999 
3,351 

2, 574, 
21,9.53 

6, 479, 
5, 744,' 
0, 435; 
1,5.58 
5.284 
316| 

3, 852 
1931. 

1.049; 
37, 776, 

0. 122 
38,983 

4, 301 

662 

10, 838 



6.080 

2, 978 
766 

4, 701 

10, 355 

1,722 

1. 126 

IS, 785 

3, 535 
3,912 
1 , 089 

897; 
1,541 

299 
2,303 



4,311 
1,899 

732 
('., 1 16 
4,861 

965 

1,227 

16,260 

3, 563 

2,959 

80C 

429 
1,375 

453 
1,626 



15,449 

23, 408 

2, 678 

2,715 

722 

2, 657 

66, 977 

1,832 

2,857 

38, 553 

31,282 

344 

3,609 
414 
509 



Total 355,007 416,855 476,423 475,349 454,790' 428,427 510,907 553,192 405,240, 319,769 266,722 



13, 590 
20,695 
2, 14.5 
3, 35.5 
533 

2, 143 
69, 420 

1 , .502 

1,711 

41,222 

29,984 

1,472 

3, 9.50 
397, 
!"l 1 



9. 6.54 

9,899 

1,563 

2,616 

198 

1,011 

61,912 

594 

1.049 

29,223 

23, 210 

1,069 

2, 0.50 

279 

1,000 



2371 

30.041 

5. 729 

52,328 

2, 559 

1|. 

7,014 

12,693 

1.321 

6,414 

873 

2, 420 

24 

768 

.56, 709 

739 

525, 

30,419 

10,331 

184 

3' 

347, 

1781 



251 
31,8.59 

5, 9,86 
27, 9.55 

2,396 

".5,":}is 

8. .513 
373 

5, 230 
790 

2, 290 

9 
796 

45, 152 
891 
440 

28, 290 

3, 765 
42.5 
286 
527 
107 



[STRENGTH. 



75 



Table 41. — Strength, total enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. t, 
1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 



Slates. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia- 
Florida b 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas " 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey <* 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma « 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

XTtah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wvoming 

Otners 



Year, 1919. 



March. 



1,796 

028 

6,041 

786 

2. -"'(17 

1,538 

350 

717 

5,551 

2,079i 

8.593 



April. 



837 

620 

5, 305 

373 

] 1,550 

1,494 

308 

444 

5, 165 

1,705 

7,787 



May. 



471 

571 

4,972 

333 

9,20; 

1,41! 

297 

303 

3,799 

1,470 

6,810 



June. 



July. 



397 

587 
4, 853 

273 
8, 936 
1,387 

334 

271 
2,979 

884 
5, 931 



515 
534 

5,343 
268 

8, 620 

1,453 
34" 
286 

2, 831 
976 

0,651 



Au- 
gust. 



866 

528 
5, a 

354 
9, 033 
1,571 

263 

318 
2, 799 

978 
5, 543 



Sep- 
t em- 
ber. 



510 

005 

0, 291 

261 

9,151 

1,480 



331 
2, 932 
1,042 
4, 729 



Oc- 
tober. 



489 

052 

6, 559 

24 
8,699 
1,415 



No- 
vem- 
ber. 



De- 
cem- 
ber. 



102 

723 
0,302 

255 
8,303j 
1,431 



351 

785 

0, 332 
159 

8, 158 

1 , 500 



nit 

2, 997 
1 , 076 
4,539 



315 2.83 

2, 920 2, 886 

1,1251 1,151 

4,160 5,259 



3,951 
1 . 583 

680 
4,314 
2. 819 

789 

1,000 

11,744 

3, 435 

2,344 

788 

234 
1,418 

20S 
1,249 



3,010 

1,094 

590 

3,831 

2, 906 

670 

62! 

7,278 

2, 577 

1,908 

086 

78 

1,947 

130 

956 



3.040 

69S 

539 

3,224 

2,173 

590 

547 

4,028 

2,220 

2,068 

681 

72 

2,117 

92 

689 



2. 370 

772 

528 

2.307 

1,787 

458 

520 

2,801 

1,080 

2. 098 

079 

19 

2, 286 

77 

360 



2,451 
959 
521 

2.4S3 

1,485 
415 
549 

3, 154 
954 

1,158 

607 

20 

1,943 
70 
544 



2, 4S4 
8391 
ls:< 

2, 520: 

1,736| 
130 
600 

3,741 

987 

848 

346 

17 

1,864 

70 

487 



2, 368 

787 

101 

2, 449 

1,979 

485 

639| 

4,497l 

964, 

171 

449| 

13 

1,824 

60: 

8071 



1 , 943 
1,623 

322 
2, 389 
1,798 

537 

638 
3,623 
1, 030 

173 

I. '.II 
11 

1,338 
00 

1. 105 



1 . 44 1 

1,585 

49 

2, 542 

1,948 

656 

60S 

4,281 

1,323 

473 

516, 

5 . 

1, 495 

59 

1,244 



1 , 225 
1,611 

,50 

2, 852 
1 , 797 

945 
595 
4,315 
1,383 
518 
508 

'1*571 

59 

1,263 



211 
37, 937 

5, 676 
24, 471 

2,474 



183; 
34,9041 

5,016 
22,291 

2,41V 



156 
30, 635 

4,678 
20, 424 

1,835 



156 
23, 277 

4,523 
19, 435 

1,547 



2. 112 
7,647 

329 
4,2.50 

712 

2,521 

11 

159 
37, 170 

960 

119 

27, 425 

2,692 

262 

317 

988 

363 



1,502 

4, 849, 

:;<»; 

2, 030 

530 1 

2,146 

10 

96 

30, 336 

882 

101 

21,711 

2,635 

252| 

1811 

954 1 

240 



1,589 

4,7521 

250 

2,013; 

4511 

l,367l 

6 

113 

26,696' 

699, 

98; 

22, 932 

2, 2,%: 

180! 

54; 

1,212| 

508 



1,552 

3, 349 

239 

1,377 

397 

824 

6 

76 

23, 571 

7901 

153 

23, 882! 

1,849 

125 

34 

1,272 

1,227 



145 
23,619 

4,577 
20.475 

1,570 



143 
15, 501 

4,723 
13,987 

1,878 



1,730 

2, 889 
223 

495; 

■312 

7, 

111 

21, 209 

737 

380 

17, 589 

1,40.8 

149 

9 

1,045 

76, 



134 1 
10,239 

4, 557; 
12,623 

1,632. 



131 
10,412 

4,041 
11.849 

1,571 



141 
7, 461 
3, 907 
9,001 

1. 1111 



143 

7.734 
4. 193 
8,248 
1,266 



1, 515 

2,260 

204 

503 

45S 

377 

14 

209 

20, 850 

529 

324 

8, 321 

1,278 

1581 

1 

995 

40 



1.6911 

2, 266 

206; 

588i 

140 

349| 

14, 

168; 

19,405 

411 

400 

7, 009 

1,274 



592 



Total 236,344 198,661 175,353 155.287 144,992 119,630 109,592 105,872 99,9S6 102, 109 

I I ' I ' 



1,617 

2, 054 

2112 

1,11 

433 

320 

15 

153 

IS, 464 

412 

454 

7,008 

1,303 



1,740 
2,156 

201 
790 

452 

333 

13 

153 

19,194 

448 

450 

6,139 

1,144 

20 



1 , 745 

1,953 

209 

674 

490 

339 

13 

1.53 

21,009 

545 

463 

5,008 

1,130 



573 



76 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 42. — Strength, white enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 

1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive." 



Status 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida*- 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa. 



Kansas c. 



Year, 1017 



April. 



Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jerseyd 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma ' 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South 1 >akota 

Tennessee 1 

Texas 45, 

Utah 

Vermont ' 3. 

Virginia ' 5, 

Washington 5, 

West Virginia l, 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Others 1 



915 

052 
2 IS 
'J 10 
:i7l) 
I >07 
(ill.-, 
750 
<>.". t 
7011 

:;r. 

01,'- 

818 
849 
542 
363 
776 
inn 
002 
343 
121 
4991 
58.51 
586; 
063 
052 
305 
160 
211 
528 
223 
502, 
117,-, 



May. 



4,078 

641 

9,483 

3, 306 

17,907 

4,735 

2,816 

1,241 

1,322 

3,091 

13, 366 

669 

2, 972 

1,980 

1,680 

5, 291 

5, 593 

2,724 

4,415 

3, 683 

6, 022 

1,723 

4,502 

902 

5,210 

2,246 

1,895 

164 

820 

6. 219 

1,904 

26, 362 

1,341 



June. 



5,304 

699 

7,072 

3,353 

21,119 

4,914 

2,745 

1, 108 

2,815 

3, 193 

18,681 

281 

4, 996 

6, 047 

1,861 

9, 078 

4,564 

2,978 

4, 148 

2,903 

S, 939 

2, Slit 

7,277 

1,539 

5, 054 

2,527, 

2,448! 

156 

753 

7,100 

3, 708 

32,758 

1,411 



July. 



Au- 
gust. 



4, 688 
3, 161 
2,042 
8,029 
1,692 
2,101' 

529 
1,651 
48,908 
1,132 
4, 551 
9,462, 
5,224 

917 
1,925 
1,133 



6,107 
3, 758 
2, 142 

22, 424 

1,955 

2,349 

589 

2, 053 

48, 896 
3,362 
6, 286 
8, 670 
8, 877, 
553 
2, 125 
4,863 



6, 283 

662 

7,248 

4, 839 

21,159 
7,646 
3, .528 
1,986 
4,720 
2,962 

26,624 
319 

11,029 

11,091 
5,018 

15, 474 
5, 0.37 
3, 257 
6,356 
3,614 

21,574 
5,421 
9, 626 
1,446 
5, 530 
2, 805: 
3,304 
163 
2,470 

15,466 
3,600 

59,325 
1,527 



Sep- 
tem- 
ber. 



9,077 
5,042 
3,190 

42,410 

7 52'' 

2! 334 

1S8 

3,383 

54,050 
4,792 

10,117 

10,411 
9, 466 
627 
9, 707 
5,351, 
41 



9,141 

700 

7,034 

3, 344 

29,932 
9,036 
2, 542 
2,275 
4,615 
3,379' 

35,758 
1,444 

15,777 

15,649 
5, 910 

12,S67 
4,392 
3, 876; 
5, 130 
7,105 

30, 198 

11,557 

10, 065 
6,567 

13, 636 

2, 128 

2,013 

66 

897 

20, 101 
8, 303 

78, 570 
949 
36 

13, 122 
4,358 
4, 266 

44,696 

4, 619 

1, 124 

70 

2,4'il 

59, 023 
7, 591 
7, .549 

12,956 

12, 959 
345 

15,610 

6, 569 

65 



Oc- 
tober. 



1,213 

683 

6, 682 

3, 498 

28, 102 
6,681 
230 
2,301 
2,246 
1,638 

27, 342 



538 

63, 

5,830 

5, 317 

27, 042 

2, 425 

313 

1,042 

4,069 

1,642' 



No- 
vem- 
ber. 



515 

739 

6,268 

280 

27, 179 

1,360 



De- 
cem- 
ber. 



Year, 1918. 



Jan- 
uary. 



707 
725 

7,684 

266 

30, 595 

3,194 



1,293 

714 

8,842 

363 

21,813 

1,656 



March. 



1,004 961 
4,802 9,220 
1,975 16,057' 



27,255 26,998 23,468 



3,297 


3,222 


2, 923 


3, 072 


13,267 


6,983 


8561 


195 


122 



4,450 

3,252 
158 



1,644 
1,827 
2, 131 
1,235 

15,981 
5, 222 
8, 631 
4,749 
5, 581 
1,541 
1,339 
66 
423 

10,444 
4,253 

41,601 
989 



6, 236 



3,124 

26,002 

1,825 

1 . 60 1 

191 

35 

54, 104 

7,946 

4,632 

14,304 

8,722 



1,433 

566 

2, 005 

1,167 

8, 4.54 

1,338 

5,005 

4,721 

2,405 

1,969 

2,326 

66 

496 

9, 203 

4, 255 

31,923 

962 



I.7s7 
899 
2,104 
1,292 
6,037 
1,029 
4, 083 
3,02S 
3,180 
:,,-,9 
2,932 



3, 509 
2, 295 
2,350 
1,688 
5, 7771 
1,154 
2,547 
3, 042 
7,892, 
551 
3,199 



1, 556, 1, 73.5 

704, 713 

9,336 7,100 

417 597 

22,188 23,028 

1,358 1,473 

43 

1,071 1,275 1,595 
8,202 9,579 11,305 
1,962: 2,586 3,464 
5,602 6,374 7,300 



5,650 5,822 5,471 

2,442 2,320 2,057 

104 94 146 



479' 

8, 896 

2,114 

28,279 

927 



3,503, 
4, 590 1 
2,833, 
6,860 
6,234 
1,898 
1,945 

729 
7,087! 

266 
3,196 



2,016 
4,892 
2,707 
6, 725 
6, 556 
1,874 
2,057 

354 
4,099 

205 
2,459 



1,280 
5, 196 
2,326 
7,640 
5,687 
2,188 
3,415 
48 
4,691 
242 
2,890 



4,051 3,254 



23,440 

4, 706 
34 



Total. 



183, 758 245,451 309, 205 458, 817 562, 714 363, mil 290, 350 257, 914 317, 195 280, 778 288, 733 327, 936 

ill; 



1, 146 

29,830 

1,933 

1,464 

29 



602 
16, 770 

2,097 
28,405 

1,036 



409 508! 584 

22,471 22,110, 34,135 

1,756: 1,697 1,751 

24,818 24,143 28,658 

1,339 1,428 1,537 



7,429 4,433 4,988 4,664 



40, 853 
5. 590 
4, 778 

13,923 
7,347 



1,067 

17,347 

1,914 

1,468 

29 

204 

.50, 122 

2,908 

2, 016 

17,161 

5,418 



3, 894 
4,229 

197 



1,550 
3,125 
1,558 



1,206 
9,764 
2,215 
1,428 

21 

776 

69, 935 

2,894 

1,405' 

20, 637 

10,712 



1,940 

4,325 

2,39.3 

1,487 

16 

899 

79,799 

2,729 

1,247 

15,414 

14,453 



340 
2,417 
2, 365 



404 

1,566 

25 



2,416 

4, .546 

2,392 

1,748 

15 

1,220 

75, 602 

2, 346 

1,315 

18,902; 

23, 836 

136, 

451 

991 

24 



2,815 

5,075 

2,358 

2,286 

16 

2,098 

83, 874 

2, 234 

1,050 

21,906 

29,783 

187 

46S 

'221 

OIK) 



n Daily average strength for each month. Source of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office 
of the Surgeon General . 

t> Includes Camp Johnston for December, 1917. 

<■ Included in Camp Funston, Soptember, 1917, to December, 1918. 

d Includes Camp Merritt. 

« Included in Camp Doniphan, September, 1917, to December, 1918. 



STRENGTH. 



77 



Table 12. — Strength, vMte enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 
1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive —Continued. 



States. 



Your, 1918. 



April. May. 



Alabama 2, 084 

Alaska 711 

Arizona 5, 794 

Arkansas 1, 0S4 1 

California 21,378 



June. 



Colorado 1,291 

Connecticut 94i 

Delaware 1, 924 

District of Columbia 13, S23 1 , 

Florida & 4, ISO 

Georgia , 6, 277, 

Idaho ' 

Illinois 5,048 5,775 

Indiana 3,064 6, 1271 

Iowa 574 1,002 

Kansas c 



2,316 
809 

8, 281 

1,315 
23,691 

1,860 
1361 

2, 1781 
12,754 

5,522 

7, 452 



July. 



2,553 
1,006 
9, 551 
1,421 

31,138 

2,542 

197 

4,178 

13,71" 

5,912 

8, 579 

49 

9,72; 

11,726 
1 , 174 



Au- 
gust. 



Sep- 
tem- 
ber. 



Oc- 
tober. 



2,78: 
1,227 
9,902 
1,677 

33, 295 

2,670 

881 

1,583 

13,341 

5, 390 

7,751 

97 

9,795 

15, 531 
1,842 



2, 176 
5,664 
3,485 
6,893 
7,335 
2,539 
4,140, 

304 1 
5, 037i 

237 1 
3,012 



Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan , 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 492 

New Jersey d 32, 437 

New Mexico 2, 206 

New York 32,230 

North Carolina 1, 732 

North Dakota I . 

Ohio 4,654 

Oklahoma e 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Others 



3,813 
9,521 
3,661 
S, 955 
7,910 
2,603 
6,454 
1,087 
S, 560 
318 
3,60 P 



727 
33,035 

3,696 
33, 604 

1,988 



9,926 



4,776 

8,227 

3,863 

13,165 

8,808 

3,583 

9, 148 

1,359 

11,8551 

381 1 

3,503 

51 

1,226 

39,282 

2, 140! 

43,1801 

2,740 

106 

10,328 



3,623 

1,385 

6, 143 

1,772! 

28,244! 

2,3561 

Will 

1,511 

12,531 

5,336! 

9,663, 

99 

9,958' 

14,781 

2,100 



4, 405 
1,160 

5, 191 
1,798 

24,433 
1 . 940 
678, 
2, 386 
8, 565 
4,794 
7, 407 
110 
9,342 

24,538 
1,S0S 



No- I De- 
vem- ! cem- 
ber. ber. 



5,839 
1,007 
4,707] 
2,009' 
24,032] 
2, 857 

S42i 

1,810 

16,131 

4,332, 

9, 194, 

400 

10,971 

30,905 

3,661 



6,155 
986 
4,475 
2,095 
25,197 
3, 393 
1,024 
1,898 
18,147 
4,609 

1 1 , 050 

647 

11,869 

31,876 

3, 119 



Year, 1919. 



Jan- 
uary. 



4,925 

921 

3,988 

1,725 

21,021 

2, 892 

984 

1,172 

11,091 

3,7113 

7,935 

396 

8, 480 

7, 590 

2, 246 



Feb- 
ruary. 



2,276 

874 

3,871 

1,533 

17,274 

1,916 

440 

1,003 

6, 557 

3,007 

8, 652 



4, 459 
7, 396 
2, 451 
2,794 

17 l 

1,343 

86, 755 

2, 2 15 

595 

22,313 

30, 780' 

467 

787 

231 

22 



5,902 

9, 485 

1,013 

3,142 

16 

1,309 

93,183 

2, 519 

1,149 

28, 851 

30, 550 

659 

3,616 

457 

1,409 



6,906 

7.311 

4,392 

12, 173! 

9,672 

4,017 

10, 03S 

1,499 

11,271 

442 

2,869 

100 

1,680 

34,960 

3, 051 

43,673 

2,683' 

384 

9,269 



8,121 

12,943 

4,969 

2,701 

16] 

1,112 

95,449] 

3,476, 

2, 265 

29, 151 

22,305 

'821 

5,5! 12 

1,621 

410 



12,163 

13,781 

3, 503 

4, 822 

294 

1,841 

SS, 527 

891 

2,453 

24,341 

24,347 

815 

7,32 

2.17S 

29 



7, 271 
5, S5S 
3,267 

16,071 
7,0,89, 
3,735 
5,786 
1,448! 

11,599 
493 

3,256 

108 

1, 590 

31,963, 

2,979; 

39,586 

2,419 

427 

8, 979 



6, 894 
6,211 
2,802 
18,900 
6,619 
3,941 
5,628 
1,400 
9,162 

534 
3,131 

105 

1,198 

29,370 

3,190 

33,057 

3, 239 

487 
8,778 



13,874 
9,968 
2,789 

20,543 
8,408 
8,977 
8,454 
2,467 
9,679 
915 
5, 305 
293 
1,779 

33,409 

3,3,86 

37, 343 

3,466 

543 

13,023 



21,763 

10, 174 
3,658 

24,579 
9,9S1 
6,072 
9,294 
2, 528 
9,021 
734 
5,371 
2,88 
2,508 

43,919 
2,594 

41,961 

6, 166 

662 

13, 169 



15,021 

3,354' 

2,5741 

20,202 

6,471 

5,651 

6, 42S 

1,558 

r,.ns- 

316 

3,852 

192 

1,048 

31,995 

3,319 

37,384] 

3, 435 

6621 

9.982 



11,851 

17,008 

2,941 

3, 164 

451 

1,903 

73, 796 

l,428l 

2, 776, 

26,2S1 

24,370 

844 

10,2891 

2, 209 

515 



14,221 

16,889 

1.958 

2,212 

466 

1,736 

65,725 

1,843 

3,230 

23, 5)3 

23,520 

398 

3,447 

822 

513 



15,440 

23, 140 

2,668 

2,4,89 

722 

2,337 

66,431 

1,832 

2,853 

29,712 

31,279 

344 

3,667 

412 

509 



13,588 

19,955 

2, 135 

2,610, 

533 

1,861 

68,250 

1,502 

1,709 

32, 701 

29,982 

1,456 

3,950 

395 

914] 



9,653 

8,767 

1,555 

2,021 

198 

1,011 

60,913 

594 

1,048 

24, 063 

23,214 

1,069 

2,050 

277 

1,006 



1,937 

744 

3,769 

1,069 

15,414 

1,915 

378 

788 

6, 465 

2,276 

8,663 



6,062 
2,978 

764 
4, 448 
9, 695 
1,719 
1,426 
17,134 
3, 534 
3,882 
1,086 

897 
1,541 

299 
2,303 



4,292 
1,899 

730 
5, S23 
4, 190 

963 

1,227 

14,979 

3, 561 

2,931 

796 

429 
1,344 

453 
1,626 



237, 

31,9.86 

2, 613 

30, 474 

2,456 

1 . 

6, 265 

12.692 

1,321 

5, 477 

S72 

1 . 70S 

24 

766 

56,089 

7.39 

525 

23, S64 

10,333 

484 

3 

345 

178 



251 
29,994 

2,906 
26, 108 

1,761 

""4,595 

8, 533 
373 

4.303 
795 

1 . 622 

9 

796 

44,691 

891 

410 

22, 683 

3, 765 
425 
286 
525 
in: 



Total ! 345,454 405,015 462,439 461,4991 433,822 403,717 487,483 52!. 1S9 381,045 '297 

I I I 



fl3 244,520 



78 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 42. — Strength, white enlisted men, by States {excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 
1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 



states. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 
Florida l> 



Year, 1919. 




1,009 

628 

2, 838 

786 

12, 591 

1,538 

350 

717 

5,287 

2, 079 

8, 593 



April. May. 



Georgia 

Idaho ......... 

Illinois j 3,924 

Indiana | 1,583, 

Iowa ; 680; 

Kansas <■ ' 4,005 

Kentucky 2,215, 

Louisiana I 783 

Maine 1 000 

Maryland 10, 397 



CM) 

620, 
2. B26 

373 
11,5421 
1,494 
308 
444 
4, 946 
1,705 
7,787 



471 

571 

2,350 

333 

9,192 

1,412 

297 

303 

3,7.54 

1,470 

6,810 



June. 



397 
587 

2,115 
273 

8, 883 

1,387 
334 
271 

2, 936 
884; 

5. 931 



July. 



515 

534 
2, 370 

268 
8, 605 
1,453 

347 

286 
2,790 

976 
6,651 



Au- 
gust. 



Sep- 
tem- 
ber. 



666 

528 
2,337: 

354: 

9,016! 
1,568, 

263'. 

318 
2,739i 

(I7v 
5,534 



510 

605 
1,996 

261 
9,115 
1,482 



Oc- 
tober. 



489 

652 

2,059 

247 

8, 69S 

1, 414 




3311 314; 315 283 

2, 839 1 2, 889 1 2,793 2,722 

1,042 1,076 1,125 1,151 

4,694 4,4921 4,411 5,211 



3,589 

1,094 

590 

3, 530 

2, 362 

673 

625, 

6,98S 

2,576 

1,903' 

683 

78i 

1,897 

130: 

956 



3,013 
698 
539 
2,949 
l,994l 
586 
547 
3, 9S5 
>, 220 
2,064 
678 
72 
2, 081 
92! 



2. 366 
772 
528 
2, 06S 
1,756 
456 
526, 
2, 778 
1,680 
2, 0S.S 
676 
191 
2,229 
77 
360 



Massachusetts ' 3)434 

Michigan i 2,342 

Minnesota I 785 

Mississippi 234 

Missouri | 1 , 398 

Montana 208, 

Nebraska I 1,249' 

Nevada I 

New Hampshire 211 1 183 1 156 1 156 

New Jersey d ' 37,073 34,444 29,404, 21,586 

New Mexico 2,770 2,526 2,193! 1,749 

New York 23,2.50 21,705 20,236 19,249 

North Carolina 2,203 2,411 1,835' 1,547 

North Dakota I ' ' 

Ohio ' 2,262 1,502 1,589 1,552 

Oklahoma « ■ 7,647 4,849 4,752 3,349 

Oregon 329 306 250 239 

Pennsylvania I 3,706 2,468 1,971 1,37 

Rhodelsland 711 535' 451, 39' 

South Carolina ' 1,864 1,735: 1,360; 823 

Smith Dakota 11 10| 6 6 

Tennessee 159 96 1131 76 

Texas 36,821 30,141 26,586 23,548 

Utah I 960 882 699 790 

Vermont 119 101 95 152 

Virginia 1 22,523 17,587 19,941 21,677 

Washington ! 2,692 2,635, 2,286 1,849 

West Virginia 262 252 180 125 

Wisconsin I 317 134 54 34 

Wyoming ' 985 951 1 1,211 1,3. 

Others ! 363 240' 508 1,227 



2,445 
959 
521 

2,230 

1,459 
409 
549 

3, 132 
954 

1, 158 
604 
20 

1, sso 

70 
643 



2,478 
839 
483 

2, 172; 

1,721 
424, 
600l 

3,731 

9871 

Ms 

3461 

17 

1, 8281 

70 1 

486 



2,368 
787 
461 

2,097 

1.968 
481 
639 

4,490 
964 
47 
449 
13 



1, 



60 



1 , 94.'' 

1,623 

322 

1,964 

1 . 798 

531 

638 

3,622 

1,036 

473 

450 

11 

1,331 

60 

1,104 



1,444 

1 . 585 

' 49 

2,048 

1,946, 

649 

608 

4,280 

1,323 

473 

516 

5 

1,493 

59 

1 , 243 



1,225 

1,611 

50 

2,362 

1,795 

941 

595 

4,314 

1,383 

518 

508 



1,571 
59 

1,262 



145 
23,200 

1,695 
20,334 

1 , ".71 1 



Total 218,591 185,892 165,040 145,156 



1,730 

2,889 

223 

son 

491 

512 

7 

111 

21, 185 

73: 

379 

14, 958 

1,408 

149 

9 

1.041 

76 



143 
10,775 ! 

1,466 
13,804 

1,878; 



134 

9,212 

1,099 

12,444 

1.631 



131 

10,286 

93f 

11,655 

1,570 



111 
7,451 

955 
8,813 
1, 139 



143 

7,683 

951 

8,051 

1,265 



1,515! 

2,260 
204j 
503 
458 
377! 
14 
209 
211, N26 
529 
323 ' 

7, 207 

1,278 
158. 

1|- 
979 
40. 



1,691 

2, 266 

200 

5v. 

410 

349 

14 

168 

19, 382 

411 

399 

6, 738 

1,274 



590 



135,484 106,278 99,774 



1,617 

2, 054 

202 

614 

433 

320 

15 

153 

18,440 

412 

453 

6,796 

1,302 



97, 110 



1,740 

2,156 

204 

7:m 

452 

333 

13 

153 

19, 165 

448 

449 

5,851 

1,141 

20 



573 



1,745 
1,953 

209 

674 

190 

339 

13 

153 

20,957 

544 

462 

5, 355 

1,127 



91,456 93,358 



STRENGTH. 



79 



Table -l:i. — Strength, colored enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 

1917. to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive." 











Year. 1(117 






No- 
vem- 
ber. 


De- 
cem- 
ber. 


Y 


>ar, 191S. 


States. 


April . 


May. 


Juno. 


July. 


*.|g 


Oc- 
tober. 


Jan- 
uary. 


Feb- 
ruary. 


March. 












1 
















1 










1 , 923 


1,3 is 


1.702 


1,563 2,483 i 2,695 


2,541 


1,361 


1,313 
2 
6 


1,336 
2 

10 


1 , 579 
*> 




71 


47.5 


78 


29 


12 18 


12 


10 


12 


10 














140 
















1 














422 


343 I 


412 


490 


504 60!) 


fins 


60 i 

2 

120 


615 

11 
252 


9 1 8 


8 












3 






170 147, 


i:so 1 4 io 


Idaho 












1 


l 


i 


1 . 280 1 . 323 1 
































2S7 74(i S2S 


90 


4 


2,2 1 




200 
14 
13 


200 

7 

3 


283 

4 


277) 
17 


284 
43 








62 


70 


49 


117 101 23 




12 1 1 






































2 


137 


150 


219 244 


53 










i 












































140 


31 


4 


22 


87 87 


S7 


201 


24S 


45 


177 107 
















































1(H) 


99 






















548 

1.600 1,072 
1,010 634 


2,110 
862 

133 


1.018 
133 


63 

2,214 

133 


120 

1,773 

133 


252 2 




18o 


2, m 

143 


2, 566 

136 


2,348 

' 138 


1,989 1,819 

130 | 130 


























Ohio 


65 

S 


4 
8 


5 


131 


12 10 


10 


6 


3 


1 


6 91 


























4 

1 1 


4 22 
1 


4 
1 


4 
1 


1 


1 
3 






1 


1 


1 


1 1 








3 2 



































16 

2 


46 

2 


27 
1 


50 

1 


670 
1 


12 1 11 

1 1 1 


14 
1 


21 
1 


01 

1 


75 131 


Utah 










40 
1 


42 


44 
24 


V 


37 


440 3, 177 


4,526 


2,567 


5.029 1 5,218 7,669 




























5 










Others 


















Total 


4,870 


5, 828 


5,171 


| 6,675 


S.519 


7, S01 lin.soa 


9, 340 


7,560 


s,740 9.317 1 11.5NS 















a Daily average strength for each mouth. Soucre of information: Monthly reports of sick and wounded to the Office of 
the Surgeon General. 

& Includes Camp Johnston for December, 1917. 

c Included in Camp Funston. September, 1917, to December, 191S. 

d Includes Camp Merritt. 

e Included in Camp Doniphan, Septe nber, 1917, to December, 1918. 



80 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 43. — Strength, colored enlisted men, by States {excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 
1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 





Year, 191 S. 


Year 


, 1919. 


States. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


Au- 
gust. 

487 


Sep- 
tem- 
ber. 


Oc- 
tober. 


No- 
vem- 
ber. 


De- 
cem- 
ber. 


Jan- 
uary. 

207 


Feb- 
ruary. 






297 


303 


363 


431 


524 


5S4 


209 


213 










1,538 
2 



1,584 
2 
6 


1, 576 
1 

4 


1,495 

1 

29 


2, 188 
1 
6 


2, 465 
1 
6 


2,596 


3,399 


3,465 


3, 413 


3,495 






3 
2 


13 
1 


35 


15 


4 












































8 


8 


S 








103 


194 


134 


175 


335 




121 

279 


127 
369 


1 
356 






160 


187 


1,150 


319 


258 


146 
















1 


179 


172 


1 


46 
24 
3 


43 
31 

2 


63 

23 

2 


27 


19 










1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 
253 
060 

3 


2 




293 




79 


27 

1 


S 


7 


2 


235 


921 


1,063 


978 


671 




2 












1 

1,508 

15 

73 

1 


1 

1, 503 

26 

144 

2 
















1,336 


1,751 

8 

90 

7 


1,651 

30 
3 


1,281 










2 




33 


S47 


1,334 


889 


103 


83 


28 




4 














90 


87 


35 


152 


167 


136 


161 


166 


197 




31 




































1 

2 

969 

3,027 

900 

1,7.54 


1 

1 
4, 105 
3,083 
1,330 
1,805 


1 

1 

2, 781 

3, 103 

1, 579 

866 




















51 

1,706 

131 


51 

1,807 
138 


2, 179 

1, 743 

142 

1,232 


636 
1,632 

162 
1,404 


1,107 

3,326 

605 

1,401 


2, 353 

3, 330 

601 

1,467 


1,055 

3,116 

1.854 

103 


1,865 




3, 080 
1,847 














Ohio 


24 






71 


177 


51 


234 


789 


856 


749 
1 


723 
















2 


2 

ll 
256 


9 

268 

10 

226 


2 

740 

10 

715 


1 
1, 132 

8 
595 










937 

1 
622 


927 




1 
2 


1 


1 

100 


1 
126 


1 
219 


1 




674 










502 
277 


349 
203 


320 
546 


282 
1,170 








Utah 


57 


36 


106 


171 


999 


620 


461 




1 

5, 662 
1 


1 
6, 75S 


1 

3,99S 


1 
6,126 


1 
9,724 


1 
11, 025 


4 

8,841 

3 


2 

8,518 

2 

16 


1 

5, 100 

2 






6, 555 

1 


5, 607 
























2 
2 














2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 




























Total 


9, 553 


11,840 


13,984 


13, 850 


20, 968 


24, 710 


23, 424 


30, 003 


24, 195 


22,056 


22, 202 





STRENGTH. 

Table 43. — Strength, colored enlisted men, by States (excluding specified camps), by months, Apr. 1, 
1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 



Year, 1919. 



States. 


Viarch. 


April. 


May. 


Tunc. 


July. 


Au- 
gust. 


Sep- 
tem- 
ber. 


Oc- 
tober. 


No- 
vem- 
ber. 


De- 
cem- 
ber. 




.1 


157 




























Arizona 3, 103 i 


2, 679 


2,622 


2,738 


2, 973 


3,520 


4,295 


4,500 


4, 369 


4,236 




6 


8 


13 


53 


15 


17 
3 


39 

1 


1 1 
1 2 


1 




3 
























284 


219 


45 


43 


41 


60 


93 


108 


127 


161 
















9 


35 1 


47 


49 


48 
















27 


27 


27 


10 


6 


6 


























309 

604 

6 


301 

544 

3 


275 

179 

4 


299 

31 

2 


253 

26 

6 


348 
15 
6 


352 
11 
4 


425 
6 


491 
2 

7 


490 
2 




4 








1,347 
1 
2 
3 


290 
1 
5 
3 


13 


23 


22 


10 


7 


1 


1 


1 








4 

3 


10 
3 
















3 


:: 
























20 


50 


36 


37 


63 


36 


15 


7 


2 






] 












| i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 
































New Jersey <* 


864 
2, 9(16 
1, 221 

271 


460 

2, 490 

589 


1,231 

2, 4S5 
1S8 


1,091 

2,774 

186 


419 

2, SS2 
141 


4, 726 

3, 257 

183 


1,027 

3, 458 

179 

1 


126 

3, 106 

194 

1 


10 

2, 952 

191 

1 


51 
3,242 




197 




1 














Ohio 


150 






































1 1 










550 

1 

657 


162 
1 

411 


42 


















7 


1 





























.1.. i 








349 


195 


no 


2,' 


24 


21 


23 


24 


29 


52 


Utah 


1 








1 
2,991 


] 
2, 20, 


1 
> 2,631 


1 
1,114 


1 
271 


1 

212 

1 


1 

2S8 

: 


1 




4,902 


4, 124 


253 




3 






















47 
3 




J 1 






Wyoming 

Others 


3 


1 




L 1 1 


10 


2 











Total 


17,753 


12, 769 


10, 307 


1 10,13 


1 9. 508 


j 13,352 


1 9,818 


I 8, 765 


8, 53( 


8, 751 







82 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY' STATISTICS. 



Table 44. — -Strength, by arms of sender and by month* —Total officers ami enlisted men. American 

Expeditionary Forces, 1!)1S. 



Artillery' 1 

Aviation 

Cavalry 

Engineers'' 

Infantry c 

Medical Department. 

Ordnance 

Quartermaster & 

Signal Corps e 

Tank Corps 

Others / 



January. 



38, 168 

15,281 

1,666 

35. 475 

74,079 
16,678 

1,212 
23,797 

5, 4S4 



Febru- 
ary. 



March. 



38, 94ti 
25, 768 

1,483 
42,308 
82, 102 

19,771 

1,248 

26,976 

7,239 



38, 493 

36, 753 

4, 862 

56,215 

11)3, SS4 
22, S7s 

3, 19S 
35,210 

7, 472 



2. 807 



3, 382 



4, 626 



April. 

50, 3<H) 

39, 375 
6,228 

71,655 
160,852 

28, 265 
4,034 

45, 397 
9, 344 
1,396 
7, 200 



May. 



S3,2S6 
40, 920 

6,406 

96, 529 

288, 580 

40,641 

4,689 
59,056 
14, 720 

1,549 
11,704 



Total 214.647 249,223 1 313,5911 424,136 648,080 870,021 



June. 



123, 239 

44, 372 

6, 234 

122,681 

381,226 

57,896 

7,878 

SO, 568 

18,039 

2,024 

25. s04 



July. 

1.80,599 

56, 164 

6, 533 

166,973 

469, 896 
81, 731 
10, 947 

139,096 

24,844 

2, 136 

45,917 



1,184,836 



August. I .September. October. November. ' December 



Artillery 'i 

Aviation 

Cavalry 

Engineers'' 

Infantry < 

Medical Department. 

< ) rdnanee 

Quatertmaster <i 

Signal Corps e 

Tank Corps 

Others / 



211, 
71, 
6, 

181, 
564, 

9S, 

15, 
153, 

27, 
3, 

70, 



625 

Mil 
643 
295 
742 
7sn 
592 
845 
985 
055 
943 



Total 1 , 406. 345 



251,734 

75, III 

6,251 

225,508 

600.337 

123.059 

17,583 

174,709 

32, 176 

4, .540 

113,226 



277,119 

76, 345 

6.275 

234, 745 

65S, 493 

135,75s 

21,482 

197, 376 

34,093 

7, 175 

201,628 



2^.72s 

63, 486 

5,672 

241,613 

628, 520 

149,076 

22, 702 

215,360 

35, 297 

10,039 

250,441 



1,684,264 I 1,850,489 1,910.931 



247, 179 

57, 427 

6,425 

238.039 

637,632 

141,737 

20, 347 

211,271 

34,307 

8,765 

210,051 



1, 816, 180 



" Includes Field Artillery, Heavy Artillery, and Corps Artillery. 

'' Includes Transportation Corps, light, railroads and roads, construction and forestry, engineers and trains, engineers 
special service, and engineers service battalions. 

c Includes pioneer Infantry, machine-gun battalions. 

<' Includes ammunition trains, quartermaster labor, Motor Transport Corps, stevedores, supply trains, and Quarter- 
master Corps. 

' Excludes Air Service. 

/ Includes division headquarters and headquarters troops, train headquarters and military police, staffs, executive 
services, Army Service Corps, anti-aircraft machine gun, and arm of service unknown. 

Source of information: Monthly returns of the strength of the American Expeditionary Forces from the adjutant 
general of the American Expeditionary Forces to The Adjutant General of the Army. 

It will be noted that these figures do not exactly accord with those given for total strengths in Europe. The error 
is not material for I he purposes of the present table. 

A vial ion and Signal Corps were not reported upon separately for the first five months of the year. During these mouths, 
while figures for the two taken together are correct, they are probably not exactly so for each. 

Tadle 45. — Strength, Russia and Siberia, 1918 and 1919. a 



Months. 



August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December.. 



Mean annual strength. 



January 

February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November . 
December.. 



1919. 



.Mean annual strength. 



Offi- 
cers. 



Total of mean annual strengths. 



146 
143 
1.53 
151 
150 



161 

158 

162 

222 

219 

50 

14 



Kussia. 



Siberia. 



Total. 



En- 
listed, 
white. 



4, 592 
4,561 
4, 978 
4,943 
4,817 



Total 

officers 

and en- 
listed 
men. 



Offi- 
cers. 



4, 738 

4, 704 
5, 131 
5,094 
4,967 



44 
129 
221 
2119 
18] 



Enlisted, 
white. 



Total 
officers 
and en- 
listed 
men. 



1,015 
2, 924 
6, 596 
7, 681 
7,66S 



1,991 



2, 053 



4,764 
4, 735 

4, 713 

5, 385 
5, 079 

703 
31 



4, 925 
4, 893 
4, 875 
5, 607 
5, 298 
7.53 
45 



Ml 



2,118 



2,200 



4,108 



4, 253 



2, 160 



27s 
292 
282 
323 
319 
337 
327 
324 
322 

2' I 1 
262 
262 



302 



8,616 
8, 4S5 
8,381 
8,283 
8, 194 
8,074 
8, 028 
8,125 
7,914 
6,904 
7,2,83 
7,283 



7,964 



367 



10, 124 



1, 0S9 
3, 053 
6,817 
7, 890 
7, 849 



Offi- 
cers. 



Enlisted, 
white. 



Total 
officers 
and en- 
listed 
men. 



190 
272 
374 
360 
331 



2, 225 



8, 894 
8, 777 
8,663 
8,606 
8,513 
8,411 
8, 355 
S, 1 1'J 
8, 236 
7,195 
7,545 
7,545 



8, 266 



10, 490 



439 
450 
444 

545 
538 
387 
341 
321 
322 
291 
262 
262 



384 



511 



5, 637 

7, 485 

11,574 

12,624 

12,485 



4,150 



13.3S0 
13, 220 
13,094 
13, 668 
13, 273 
8,777 
8, 059 
8,125 
7,914 
6,904 
7, 283 
7,283 



10,082 



14, 232 



5, 827 

7,757 

11,948 

12,984 

12,816 



4, 278 



14, 60S 
13, 670 
13, 538 
14, 213 
13,811 
9,164 
8, 400 
8,449 
8, 236 
7, 195 
7,545 
7, 545 



10,468 



14, 743 



a American troops remained in Siberia until March, 1920. The strengths for this year were: January, 5,899; Februarv, 
3,769: March, 2,533. 

Source of information: 1. For Russia, Office of The Adjutant General. 2. For Siberia, medical reports to the Surgeon 
General's Office. 



ADMISSIONS AXD DEATHS. 



83 



DISEASES (ALU COMPARATIVE TREND 

ENL. MEN, U. S. ARNY-UNITED STATES & EUROPE 
ADMISSIONS & DEATHS BY MO.. APRIL.1917-DEC, 1919 



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■•17 1911 1919 

DISEASES (ALU (scale to left) MOBILIZATION- 

Plate LI. 



-(SCALE TO RIGHT 



86 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 40 — Admissions by countries, including transports, officers, and enlisted men, white, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Total of mean annual strengths for the war period.. 4,128,479 4,092,45' 



Cause . 



I 

2 
4 
5 
6 
7 

a 

9 
10 
12 
14 
17 
IS 
19a 
19b 
19c 
19(1 
19c 
191 
19g 
19h 
191 
19j 
19k 
191 
19m 
19n 
19o 
19p 
20a 
20b 
20c 
22 
23 
24 
25a 
25b 
20 
27 
47 



2Sa 

28b 

29 

30-35 



37 

38a 
38h 



30 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
Ma 
51b 
52a 



I. Infection* disease* {excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 



Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial feveis (all) 

Smallpox. 

MeasI 




Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 
Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera. 
Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 
Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 
Carrier, meningococcus 
Carrier, epidemic diseases ( others) 

Chicken-pox 

Gennan measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 
Paratyphoid IS 
Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 
Trench fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes eapsulatus infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Rabie: 

Tetanu: 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Tel: 

Beriberi 

Acute articular rheumatism . . 



Tuberculosis of lungs 
Suspected tuberculosis. 
Acute miliary tuberculosi 
Tuberculosis (others) 
Tuberculosis (all) 



Syphilis (all) 07, 020 

Chancroidal infection i 39,044 

Cionococcus infection : 251.899 

Venereal (all) i 357, 909 

IN'. General diseases (others). 

Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout 

Scurvy 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism) 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



a Includes total strength (or "Other countries and not stated." 
Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



87 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian. Apr. 1 , 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 



124,266 



Officers. 



1,965.297 145,S2ti 2. 111,12; 2.235,389 



Enlisted men. 



While. Colored. Total. 



is 

1 

32.8 

9 

R13 

173 

6 

180 

.970 



483 



45 



528 



9.017 

573 

Ml. 540 

8. 778 

77 

5, 577 

470. 810 



505 

19S 

4,039 

1 

127 

38, 863 



111, 182 

771 

S4.5S5 

v. si>:> 

S4 

5, 704 

515.079 



Total 

officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



540 

1 

10,510 

780 

85, 398 

9, 038 

90 

5. 884 

MS, 049 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



73,72s 1,409,0.56 



122,412 1,592,068 1,005,790 



Enlisted men. 



Officers. 



White. Colored. 



771'. 



00 

1 

124 

40 

2 

137 

,743 



697 
16 

7. 529 

1,959 

19 

3, 921 

170,240 



60S 

9 

1 

74 

18,619 



Z* Total. <,| ±!.'' <1 

slated. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
Total No. 

officers 
and 



men. 



59 



s.",s 



lis 
2 

847 

356 
5 

728 
23,859 



S9(l 
23 

9.1141 

2, 324 

25 

4.723 

218,718 



ss.', 



950 

24 
9. 16S 
2, 3711 

27 

4,860 

'228.461 



1 

2 
4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
17 
IS 

19a 
19b 

19c 
19d 

10,. 
19f 
19C 
19n 
I9i 

!SL 

191 
19m 
19n 
190 

19|) 
20a 



2(lc 

22 

23 

24 

25a 

25b 

20 

27 

47 



28a 
2sb 
29 
30 35 



1,261 



1 . 392 



1,499 



133 



1,975 



69 



IK2 



2.526 



2.659 



si 
SO 



475 

lit) 

1,648 

5 



4 

501 

192 

71 

10 



1 , 858 
2, 957 

41 

3.050 

104 

942 

15,449 

2, 400 
117,498 

24 
9 
44 
11 
11 
30, (ISO 

18,8117 

1,510 

99 

10 

94 



95 

76 

4 

555 

18 

214 

243 

343 

. 482 

3 



811 
406 



1,953 

3,033 

45 

4,205 

122 

1.150 

15,692 

2,809 

139,980 

27 

9 

48 

11 

11 

33.042 

19,618 

1,916 

IDS 

5 

11 

100 



2, 034 

3,113 

45 

4,312 

126 

1,208 

16, 167 

2, 878 

141. 02s 

32 

11 

48 

II 

15 

34.200 

19,810 

1 . 9s7 

118 

5 

II 

102 



54 

].; 
1 1 



378 

1,061 

15 

586 

65 

209 

473 

1 . 384 

57,554 

77 

is 

IS 

519 

59 

363 

I 10 

178 

65 



91 

3 

130 

12 

169 

15,023 

3 

1 

1 

2 



10 



58 

195 

1 

55 

2 

36 

03 

25(1 

B,503 

s 

2 

211 

31 
12 

12 

21 



473 

1,878 

16 

73.'. 

Til 

375 I 

54 s 

1,803 

81,080 

88 

£ 

732 
05 
ins 
137 
200 
91 



493 

1,910 

is 

740 

74 

3ss 

579 ' 

1 . 848 

81,853 
95 
56 

2(1 
7so 

,1 

2(19 
96 | 

s, 



1 

291 



13 
64 
53 
103 



6 

I I 



13 



59 
117 



15,902 



16.6S6 



13 
67 

on 

117 

1 

10, 977 





1,047 

12 

17 



1 
115 

1 



1 

I 59 



1,921 
15 

is 



85 s 


23,, 861 


2. 552 


20,416 


27.274 


38 


839 


137 


976 


1.014 ! 


1 


88 


21 


109 


110 


49 


1 . 494 


283 


1,777 


1 . SL>0 


946 


26,285 


2, 993 


29, 27S 


30.224 


413 


31.915 


10, 200 


51,115 


51 . 528 


71 


14.739 


6, 766 


21,505 


21.576 


664 


149.073 


61,901 


2111.974 


211.638 


1,148 


198,727 


84,867 


283,594 


2s»,742 


4 


783 


53 


836 


S4(l 


34 


360 


19 


379 


413 


203 


3. 6ss 


281 


3,969 


4,172 


387 


16, 972 


2, 850 


19,822 


20, 209 


8 


46 


2 


48 


56 









6 


6 


54 


426 


21 


447 


501 


37 


5, 965 


217 


6, isj 


0,219 


2 


11 
9 




11 

11 


13 
12 


1 


9 



145 



lo_. 

47 
2 

21 
262 



454 

288 

1,301 

2, 043 



3 

15 
72 

332 



71.". 



25 
33 



3, 568 

1,027 

60 


5,172 


8,072 

8,902 

23, 437 

41,011 


103 

131 

1,078 

10. 101 


7 
146 

655 


2 



7s2 


335 


4.0V, 


236 


114 


1 . 377 


61 


s 


129 


141 


42 


700 


1,22(1 


499 


6,891 


2.030 


1,515 


12,226 


2, 512 


1,614 


13.02s 


2, 4sl 


3, 98(1 


29, s9s 


7,032 


7, 109 


55, 152 


7 


5 


115 


s 


8 


147 


116 


100 


1,291 


1,437 


754 


12,382 




3 

2 


10 


1 


10 


15 


10 


1,1 


21 


3(1 


7110 
2 


1 




6 



1,947 
17 
is 



1.S77 

1,421 

131 

721 

7,153 



12.0SI 
13,316 
31.199 
57, 195 



lis 

162 

1,366 

12,714 

17 

10 

196 

739 



37 

3sa 

38b 



36 

39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
Slli 
52a 



88 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46 — Admissions by countries, inchding transports, officers anil enlisted men, white, colored, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



American troops in other 





Total of mean annual strengths for the warperiod.. 


8,388 


16,995 


4,456 


21,451 


16, 161 


3,319 


19,480 


19, 6S8 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


Cause. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands.'' 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


No. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 




1. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 


4 








50 




50 






















49 

1 

37 

3 


433 

11 

107 

9 


206 


639 

11 

109 

9 


24 




21 


1,739 












2 


169 
12 


40 


209 
12 


121 

2 


















5 
90S 


3 

1,055 

10 

152 




3 

1,520 

10 

165 








19 
3,272 






165 


1,012 


1S3 


1,195 










14 


13 


4 




4 


28 












3 


9 
1 






1 


1 




1 


9 


















































19 

8 
16 




19 

10 
16 








1 






1 
IS 

(i 
54 

1 


2 


2 

46 

2 

228 


7 

1 

1 

107 


9 

47 

3 

335 






9 

82 


I9e 










356 


65 


421 






I9j 
I9k 
191 
ll*m 

19n 

19o 

I9p 

20a 

20b 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25h 

2.-»b 

26 

27 

47 

28a 

2sb 
29 


































1 














1 

15 
2 
















39 

23 
1,375 


12 


.51 

23 

1,421 


230 
14 
5 


21 


251 
14 
6 


41 

7 
77 






49 




































































1 




1 




















3 




3 


































II. Tuberculosis. 


13 
29 


38 

108 

1 
123 

609 

1, 094 
1,359 
3,062 

1 

6 

47 

70 

4 


6 
13 


42 

121 

7 

1 

11 

140 

752 
1,553 
1,816 
4,121 

1 

7 

59 

81 

4 


15 

S2 
14 


4 

11 


19 

P3 
14 


34 
31 














I 
3D 

32 

15 

62 

109 


4 
17 

143 

459 

457 

1,059 


3 
99 

122 
103 
588 
813 


o 
13 

47 
22 
124 
193 


5 
112 

169 

125 

712 

1,006 


4 

35 

277 

614 

857 

1,748 

3 
6 
13 
43 


37 


Tuberculosis fall) 

III. Venereal diseases. 
SvpMMs Call) 














36 


IV. General diseases (others). 


39-45 




3 

10 
14 

3 


1 
12 
11 


3 

33 

56 

1 




3 

38 
67 

1 




5 
11 








Gout 
















4 


2 
6 




2 
6 


1 
4 




1 

4 


> 
2 








51b 










52a 




I:::::::::::::..::::::::::.... 





*> Includes troops in China. 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, ASD ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



89 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1. 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 



97,498 10,535 



108, 033 



"ther countries and not stated. 



White. <■ 



38 

1 

25 

9 

263 

27 

1 

26 

5,250 

1 

95 



Colored."' 



14 

10 



4;") 

1 

7 

63 

20 

1,850 

(i 

11 

1 



Color not 
stated. 



Transports. 



Total. 



1 1 3 


8 


10 






1 
127 


2 

587 



1 



ii 
i 

29 

9 

2S1 

32 

1 

29 

5,964 

1 

138 



White. Colored. 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



is,. -,70 5,615 11,831 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Color not 
state.!. 



Total. 



155 
3 

1,377 

206 

1 

104 

7,677 



14 

1 

113 

1 



3 

1,191 



1 

2 

107 



46 ! 

7 

65 

22 

2,064 

6 

11 

1 

1 



32 
'32' 



171 

4 

1,494 

207 

1 

107 

8,9-26 



13 

136 

51 
2,380 



6 
2 
13 

835 



28 



■ 19 
138 
64 

3,243 



Filipinos. Hawaiians. fjj*^ 



843 

23 

127 

1 



1 
,517 
6 
111 
1 
1 



16 

ss 

58 

1 

504 



1S6 
1 



1 
, 052 



000 

1 

1,095 



19 

257 

2 

129 



7 
8 
9 
10 

12 

14 

17 

18 

ISa 

19b 

19c 

I'M 

l'l.. 

191 

1»K 

I'll. 

I'll 

19] 
19k 

191 
1 9m 
I9n 

190 

I'M' 

20a 

20b 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25a 

25b 

26 

27 

47 



10 

55 
25 



11 

63 

26 

1 



152 
242 



152 

247 



12 

509 

1 



300 
12 

701 



1 

'46" 



















10 
27 

290 
5 
3 
9 

307 

195 
107 
378 
680 

2 

1 

38 

26 


2 


59 


121 


3 

2 

1 
3 

141 

111 

1,196 

1,448 


25 

8 

1 

4 
13 

9 
26 
72 
107 


... 
152 

119 
U 
3 

13 
146 

760 

1,191 
2,815 
4,766 

2 

3 

8,87 

211 


179 

157 

5 

1 

19 

182 

251 

313 

1,461 

2,025 

3 

5 

IS 

150 

1 


18 

37 
2 
1 
6 

46 

53 
67 
307 
427 


1 
3 


198 

197 

7 

2 

25 

231 

306 

383 

1,775 

2,464 

3 
5 
18 

175 
1 


31 

108 
3 

5 
116 

304 
149 
371 
824 

1 

2 
29 
55 


1 

109 
10 


110 
1 

2 

113 

23 
15 

276 
314 

1 

1 

6 

18 


2 




9 




130 

610 

1,054 
1,547 
3,211 

2 


3 

2 
3 

7 
12 


2 


1 


1 
11 






B80 






196 


22 


3 


1 




1 


1 
8 
15 






8 


2 

18 






2 

IS 


1 
2 


1 


1 

1 
1 


11 























28a 
28b 
29 
30-35 



37 

38a 

3gb 



36 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 



e Separate strength lor white and colored not available. 



90 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Tablk 40. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS, 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



52b 

Ma 
53b 
88 
I Hi 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



60 
61 

62 

63a 

631j 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74(1 

74e 

~lf 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



67 
68a 
68b 
68c 

68(1 
68e 
68f 
68c 
68h 
68i 



75a 

75a 

75a 
75a 
75a 
75b 
75c 

™| 
toe 

75f 

75g 

75h 

75l ' 

75j 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

75o 
75p 
76q 
75r 



Cause. 



IV. General diseases {others) — Continued. 



Acromegaly 

I.euccinia 

Hodgttin's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands. 

Anemia , chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

( ieneral diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



Total United States Army. 



Total 



Total 



officers I officers 

and and 

enlisted enlisted 

men, men, 

including Amcri- 

native can 

troops. troops. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. Colored. 



V. Serious system, diseases of {nil). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia..* 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 

Neurosis 

Neuro-circulalory asthenia (disordered action of the 

heart) 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted) 

Neuralgia 



Neuritis. 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of. 



VI. Me ntnl alit notion . 



(ieneral paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering 

Dementia pnecox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychoiieurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and thtir anneia, diseases of. 



Refrac five errors (all) 

( i) Astigmatism 

( 2 ) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision (tause not stated). 

Strabismus 

I.eucoma 

Catarat t 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

ritis.. 



Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

Glaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of. 



44 

3S 

67 

1,481 

73 

193 

621 

71 

151 

297 

12,01)3 

5,20(1 

5,333 

2,567 

155 



86 
507 
230 
247 
631 
394 
308 

1,129 

8,782 

119 

8,947 

2.994 

835 

4,377 
3,809 

325 
6,203 
5,571 
6, 165 

209 
5, |ss 



300 
5,235 
13,079 

756 
6,290 

812 
7,005 

590 
2,070 
3,325 



7,084 

2.639 

1,365 

1,606 

1,474 

76S 

155 

370 

2,210 

15.830 

L037 

1.046 

134 

642 

1,955 

2,933 

566 

85 

284 

1,793 

11 

3,810 



44 ' 
37 
67 
1,480 

72 
192 
575 

"1 

151 

296 

12.020 

5,281 

5,315 

2,566 

148 I 



506 

229 

216 

626 

391 

306 

77 

1.119 

8,731 

119 

8,919 

2,993 



I 

4 

14 

4 

12 

33 

1 

2 

103 

202 

112 

262 

38 

2 



7 
11 
IV 

5 
13 
24 
17 

3 
37 
52 

1 
891 



Color 

not 

slated. 



834 


38 


4,376 


tifi 


3,898 


239 


321 


1 


6.242 


152 


5,517 


221 


6, 121 


478 


209 


2 


5,451 


459 


300 


25 


5,233 


87 


13,003 


12 


746 


3 


6,219 


50 


810 


111 


7,904 


403 


589 


24 


2.068 


129 


3,304 


156 


7,080 


172 


2.038 


93 


1,365 


32 


1,604 


20 


1,473 


27 


767 


16 


153 


3 


366 


10 


2,179 


15 


15,527 


494 


1.003 


11 


1,038 


13 


131 




639 


14 


1,947 


111 


2,905 


105 | 


556 


24 


85 




282 


29 


1,757 


27 


11 




3,783 


130 ' 



37 

31 

54 

1,370 

65 

169 

400 

65 

133 

185 

10,030 

4,600 

4,803 

2.324 

120 



66 
393 

184 
226 
564 
305 

258 
60 

981 
7,523 

104 
7,559 
2.737 

743 

3,768 
3,281 

3C7 
5,533 
4,594 
4,890 

181 
4,511 



215 
4,913 
11,202 

658 
5,793 

673 
7,054 

539 
1,790 
2,855 



6,460 
2.427 
1,261 

1,443 

1,329 

702 

119 

297 

2,084 

13.495 

861 



106 

537 
1,535 

2,319 

482 

80 

185 

1,592 

9 

3,172 



70 


26 


3 




5 


6 


31 


21 


4 


1 


16 




3 


5 


872 


S26 


333 


236 


142 


108 


200 


4 


23 


3 



3 
63 
22 
13 
39 
52 
24 

9 

77 

,047 

14 



4 

39 

4 

2 

10 

10 

7 

5 

24 

109 



Total. 



267 


202 


■Ml 


10 


42 


11 


468 


74 


27 


351 


9 


4 


452 


105 i 


529 


173 


603 


150 


25 


1 


364 


117 


22 


8 


174 


59 


,764 


85 


74 


11 


349 


57 


9 


17 


316 


131 


13 


13 


1 19 


30 


205 


88 


303 


145 


69 


49 


43 


29 


115 


26 


76 


41 


39 


10 


29 


■1 


53 


(i 


62 


18 


,116 


422 


85 


16 


61 


9 


22 


3 


76 


12 


234 


67 


397 


84 


42 


8 


5 




65 


:\ 


103 


35 


1 


1 


398 


83 



4.310 
3.659 

320 
6,000 
5,296 
5,643 

207 
4,992 



J 7 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



91 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United Stales Army in United Slates (including Alaska,' 



United States Array in Europe (excluding Russia). 




3553— 25- 



92 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


American troops in other 


Inter- 
national 


Philippine Islands. 




Hawaii. 




Panama. 


classih 

cation 

No. 


■White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


52b 


IV, General diseases (others) — Continued. 


























53 b 










1 
I 


88 






1 


4 




4 


13 




13 


116 












! 




1 
5 








54 




2 


1 


1 




1 


5 


55a 




.-,.-, 1 1 

























55d 
55e 
56a 




4 

1 

11 

1 


59 

4 

308 

5 

4 


17 
4 

31 
1 
1 


76 

8 

339 

6 

5 


52 
35 
92 

i 
2 


8 
3 
5 


60 
38 

97 
4 
2 


32 

3 

124 

4 


56b 




57-59 




60 


V. Nervous system, diseases of (ail). 






61 














1 


62 




1 


3 
1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
7 
16 




3 

1 
6 
2 
2 

1 

19 








63a 










63 b 




1 
2 




1 
2 


2 
1 

1 


64 




1 


ma 




66b 


Paralvsis without specified cause (others) 


1 

4 










titir 




2 
10 


1 

1 
10 


3 
10 

14 

44 

1 


4 

is 


69 

74a 


3 


74b 




34 
2 


63 
8 
1 
1 


5 
16 


68 

24 
1 
1 


14 
34 

1 


154 
11 

1 


74c 




74d 




74 e 


Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the 

heart). 
Shell-shock (cause not given) 








74f 


1 








72 




3 
13 
44 
16 




3 
10 
63 

19 










73a 




1 
4 

7 


3 
19 
3 


12 

28 
17 


3 
6 
2 


15 
34 
19 


"1 


73b 
73c 
73d 




21 
38 


74g 

67 


Nervous system, other diseases of 

VI. Mental alienation. 


6 


22 


13 


35 


15 

1 

6 
21 

5 
14 

1 

I 

2 
10 

19 
12 
4 
3 


1 


16 

1 

6 

27 

15 

3 

1 

2 

13 

22 
13 
6 
3 


32 

3 

7 
13 

7 
29 


68a 
68b 
68c 




3 
5 


2 
13 
2 
30 
3 
6 
5 
1 
6 

22 
8 
8 
5 

1 
5 


2 

1 
2 
11 


4 
14 
4 
41 
3 
7 
5 
2 
7 

24 
8 
9 
6 
1 
5 


6 
2 

1 


68(1 




4 
6 
4 

2 
4 

4 
3 


6Se 




681 




1 




e ' 


68 g 




9 
4 
19 

14 
8 
6 


68h 


1 
1 

2 


3 

3 
1 
2 






75a 


VII. Eyes and their anneia, diseases of. 










1 
1 




(3) Myopia 


1 































3 
1 
2 
66 
3 
2 




3 

1 
2 
87 
3 
2 


1 
1 

4 
76 

13 








1 

7 

61 

7 




1 
9 
84 
8 
1 










2 

23 

1 








14 
2 
1 


21 


75g 


















751 

75k 




1 
2 


r 

7 
8 
2 




1 
8 
13 
2 


6 
12 
11 

6 

1 

2 

21 




6 

16 

13 

6 

1 

2 

22 


2 
18 
9 
8 
2 




1 
5 


1 
2 


751 
































75p 

75(| 




1 


14 


3 


17 


1 


19 




75r 




i 


16 


2" 


i>* 


19 


2 


21 


7 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



93 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men) 










- 


Native troops (enlisn 


d men). 


Inter- 
national 




Other countries 


ind not stat 

Color not 
stated. 


'd. 


While. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 






White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


Colored. 


Color not. 
stated. 


Total. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 




1 






1 














52b 





















1 


53a 
53b 
88 
116 
53c 












1 
1 

1 
1 

5 






1 








10 


1 


1 


12 




2 


3 
2 
1 
S 




1 






1 


1 




2 
5 






2 

1 
1 






j 






1 
1 






7 




39 

















55a 
55b 
55c 




1 






















1 

84 

13 

1 

1 






1 

96 J 




1 

* 1 
6 1 






124 

20 

103 

1 


2 


10 
1 
2 


136 , 

21 

106 

2 


12 

2 




45 


24 55d 






7 | 2 
13 R 


1 55e 




1 

1 




13 56a 




1 




5 1 




1 




56b 
57-59 

60 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 








1 


2 


5 








1 


1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
4 
5 










2 




6 
1 
2 






6 

2 
2 




1 








1 




1 




1 




1 
4 
4 
5 






1 
1 








1 






1 


3 






2 






2 


1 


1 64 












1 



1 66a 








1 

6 

69 

1 
25 
11 

6 






1 
10 
80 

1 
27 
14 




66b 
R6c 




5 

31 




1 
1 


(1 
34 


3 
11 


1 


3 
6 


3 


7 




2 


42 








74a 

74b 




42 
13 


2 


3 


47 
13 
2 

2 

7 


2 




1 


3 


24 






1 74c 












6 






1 74d 


















1 




7 






3 

32 
43 
22 




2 5 


1 

6 
13 






74 f 
72 












2 

38 


i 

1 

6 

2 


3 




:tl 

54 


1 

5 


32 
59 
54 
2 
27 


6 
2 
1 




44 73a 






45 


35 73b 






23 20 


22 73c 













73d 
74g 

67 
68a 




1 


2 


24 

1 
16 

17 
8 

22 
2 

10 
7 

13 

32 

11 
5 
3 
2 
1 


2 




26 

1 
20 
17 


25 


4 


8 










IS 
53 




4 

4 


22 
58 
8 
22 
9 
5 
7 
8 
5 

99 
46 
14 
30 
9 
8 




4 


1 
4 
3 

17 
2 




1 




1 
1 




9 


3 68b 




1 
2 




9 


7 68c 




22 
8 
5 
7 
8 
4 

97 
45 
11 
30 
8 
7 








24 
2 

10 
7 

13 

35 

12 
5 

3 
3 

1 


7 


17 68(1 






1 




686 










1 RRf 












1 






68g 
68h 














2 






1 
1 




3 


4 

2 
1 


6 


11 68i 




1 

1 


1 


2 75a 










1 75a<n 










75a(2) 

7.W31 








1 




1 




j 






1 

1 




1 75a(4) 











1 
1 

i 


75b 








6 


1 


6 
1 

3 
100 

1 
5 
1 
6 
12 
12 
4 
1 


2 

28 

182 

21 

1 


1 75C 




1 
8 
130 
7 
2 
2 






1 

8 

- 1 

2 




1 


2 75d 








3 

90 

1 

5 
1 
5 
11 

v i 






75e 
75f 






11 


10 




91 








11 75g 
7 75h 


















1 


2 75 










1 




3 75] 

7 75k 




3 




2 
1 


! 

4 
1 
2 
19 


1 




"i 

9 
1 




3 
4 

1 
2 

1* 







6 
4 


13 751 








5 75m 








1 






75n 
75o 












2 






1 


12 


1 




13 


15 3 


18 75D 










75q 




18 




J 


18 


i 15 




15 


b 


8 


ii 


75r 



94 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 




76a 
76b 
76c 
76d 
76e 



Mil) 

86c 
86,1 
86C 
86f 
86g 
86b 
86i 



87a 
87b 
100a 
100b 
100c 
lOOd 

1006 



77 

78 

79a 

79a 

7'Ja 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79(1 

79e 

80 

Sla 

Sib 

Sic 

Sill 

82 

K3a 

S3b 

83c 

83d 

84a 

84b 

85a 

85b 

85c I 

85(1 

85c 

S5f 

85g 

85h 



VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated) 

Ear, other diseases of. 

IX. Nasal fossa', diseases of . 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, andspurs... 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasalseptum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossa 1 , other diseases of 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal.. 
Larynx, other diseases of . . . 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseasesof. . 



Total United Slates Army. 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitralinsufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic. . . 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation.. 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

I lemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 



Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 

XII. Respiratory system, diseasesof. 



S()_90 Bronchitis 

91 ! Pneumonia, broncho- '' 

92a Pneumonia, lobar 

93a Pleurisy, suppurative 

93b Pleurisy, serofibrinous 

93c Pleura, other diseases of 

95 Gangrene of lungs 

9A Asthma 

97 Pulmonary emphysema 

9.8 Lungs, other diseases of 

(i Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



38, 125 

1,770 

1,225 

542 

1,373 



944 

9,041 

10 

896 

9, 536 

5,56 

34 

40, 032 

9,290 



IS, 725 

91 

176, 40S 

25, 273 

194 

53, 459 

7,006 



362 

385 

17, 372 

1,715 

272 

10, 749 

3, 198 

377 

17 

34 

1,010 

1, 162 

605 

3,091 

1,868 

354 

1(11 

531 

39 

44 

222 

29, 176 

11,158 

5,987 

S76 

16 

12, 037 

1,233 

205 

5,053 

115 

36 

5, 693 

661 

5S6 



255, 148 

32. 572 

45, 774 

1,699 

4,716 

16, 315 

11 

7,924 

4S9 

1,489 



Total 




officers 




and 




enlisted 


Tolal 


men, 


officers. 


Ameri- 




can 




troops. 




37, 989 


1,077 


1, 765 


DO 


1,193 


59 


540 


26 


1,368 


52 


943 


41 


9,020 


1,141 


10 




876 


VI 


9, .507 


1,065 


552 


54 


33 


2 


40,411 


1,895 


9, 273 


254 


18,664 


1,115 


91 


o 


176,097 


6,771 


25,241 


2,S26 


193 


32 


53, 172 


2,673 


6,991 


694 


359 


10 


385 


11 


17,302 


262 


1,713 


27 


269 


5 


10,700 


166 


3,192 


37 


373 


10 


16 




34 


1 


1,005 


16 


1,158 


27 


601 


41 


3,1180 


19S 


1,853 


28 


354 


27 


99 


7 


526 


103 


39 


4 


44 


•j 


22° 


23 


29,110 


1, 561 


11,137 


206 


5, 965 


130 


875 


49 


16 




11,796 


396 


1,229 


21 


205 


7 


5,050 


48 


110 


6 


35 


3 


5,687 


96 


654 


40 


545 


2:1 


253, 323 


11,876 


32,386 


1,021 


45, 525 


975 , 


1,697 


46 1 


1. 1'.ss 


166 


16, 248 


489 


II 




7,797 


221 


Is:, 


20 


1,482 


79 ' 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total. 



36, 912 

1,710 

1, 134 

514 

1,316 



902 

7,879 

10 

787 

8, 442 

49S 

31 

38, 516 

9, 019 



17, 549 

86 

169, 326 

22,415 

161 

50,499 

6,297 



349 

374 

17,040 

1,686 

264 

10, 534 

3,155 

363 

33 

989 

1, 131 

560 

2,888 

1,825 

327 

92 

423 

35 

42 

199 

27, 549 

10, 931 

5,835 

826 

16 

11,400 

1,208 

198 

5,002 

104 

32 

5,591 

614 

522 



241, 447 
31,365 

44, 550 
1,651 
4,522 

15. 759 

11 

7, 576 

465 

1, 103 







Color 


White. 


Colored. 


not 






stated. 


34, 492 


1,503 


917 


1, 584 


79 


47 


1,068 


25 


41 


453 


43 


18 


1,202 


63 


51 


864 


17 


21 


7, 772 


49 


58 


10 






748 


23 


16 


7,685 


534 


JJ:< 


465 


23 


10 


30 


1 

2,065 




36,119 


332 


8,015 


957 


47 


16, 354 


687 


508 


73 


11 


2 


158, 296 


8, 955 


2,075 


21, 604 


613 


198 


143 


17 


1 


46, 329 


2,5S6 


1,5S4 


5, 972 


178 


147 


303 


40 


6 


324 


38 


12 


15, 141 


1,730 


169 


1,529 


145 


12 


237 


25 


2 


9,291 


1,156 


87 


2,819 


317 


19 


337 


26 




16 




29 


3 


1 


883 


58 


48 


974 


144 


13 


501 


42 


17 


2,493 


352 


43 


1,613 


186 


26 


287 


34 


6 


77 


15 

48 




371 


4 


26 


9 
9 
15 




33 




179 


5 


23,971 


2,754 


824 


10, 479 


303 


149 


5, 548 


218 


69 


768 


50 


8 


13 


3 

1,637 




9,467 


296 


872 


325 


11 


180 


15 


3 


3, 761 


1,152 


89 


96 


6 


2 


31 


1 

567 




4,945 


79 


515 


80 


19 


460 


37 


25 


214, 561 


20, 045 


6,841 


24, 422 


t, S25 


2,118 


31,903 


11,482 


1,165 


1,437 


148 


66 


3, 910 


511 


101 


13,246 


1,873 


640 


11 






6, 453 


1,017 


106 


404 


48 


13 


1, 155 


81 


167 1 



127 
4 
7 



ADMISSIONS — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



95 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (exclud 


ing Russia) 






* 




Enlisted men 








Enlisted men. 






Inter- 










Total 










Total 


national 
















classifi- 












officers 










officers 


cation 




Officers. 








and 


Officers. 




Color 




and 


No. 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 
men. 




White. Colored. 


not 
stated. 


Total. 


enlisted 
men. 




* 


661 23.659 858 


24,517 


25, 178 


395 


10,000 595 


900 


11,495 


11,890 


76a 




37 1,067 37 


1.104 


1,141 


18 


492 40 


46 


578 


596 


76b 




39 699 ' 13 


712 


751 


12 


210 | 9 


41 


260 


272 


76c 




22 365 36 


401 


423 


4 


83 • 7 


is 


ins 


112 


76d 


. 


31 | 837 49 


886 


917 


19 


331 


13 


50 


394 


413 


76e 


33 596 13 


609 


642 


7 


215 


2 


21 


238 


245 


86a 


974 6, 471 32 


6, 503 


7,477 


140 


1,073 10 


55 


1,138 


1,278 


86b 






6 

546 5 


6 

551 


6 

619 




J 3 . 
95 






3 
116 


3 




68 


19 


7 


14 


1-35 


86d 


f 


591 i 4,366 273 


4,639 


5, 230 


453 


3, 138 249 


219 


3,600 


4, 059 


S6e 




38 342 16 


358 


396 


15 


110 1 6 


10 


126 


141 86f 




2 20 1 
1.605 31.245 1,446 


21 
32,691 


23 
34,356 




9 

4,097 564 


3ie 


9 
4,977 


9 86g 
5, 153 86h 




176 


227 7,674 922 

« 


8,596 


8, 823 


24 


317 J 31 


44 


392 


416 S6i 




774 


11,182 404 


11,586 


12, 360 


310 


4,765 


265 


496 


5. 526 


5, 836 S7a 




3 


42 7 


49 


52 


2 


19 


4 


2 


25 


27 87b 


5,276 129,492 6,299 


135, 791 


141,067 


1 , 338 


24,062 2,326 


2.013 


28, 4111 


29,739 100a 


2,478 18,653 187 


19, 140 


21,618 


321 


2, 556 


87 


184 


2,827 


3, 148 100b 


* 31 129 16 


145 


176 


1 


12 


1 


1 


14 


15 100c 


2,111 38,658 2,042 


40,700 


42.811 


493 


6.6S6 


461 


1,532 


8.679 


9,172 UKkl 


332 2, 882 95 


2,977 


3, 309 


352 


2,923 


76 


146 


3.145 


3,497 lOOe 


5 220 29 


249 


254 


5 


78 


11 


6 


95 


KM 77 


6 1 241 25 


266 


272 


5 


77 


12 


12 


llll 


106 78 


161 12, MO 1,440 


14,280 


14,441 


94 


2,122 


280 


168 


2,570 


2, 064 79a 


23 1,374 119 


1,493 


1,516 


4 


144 


23 


12 


179 


183 79a(l) 


4 209 22 


231 


235 


1 


28 


3 


2 


33 


34 79al2) 


97 7. 755 947 


8, 702 


8,799 


63 


1,418 


202 


86 


1,706 


1.769 ' 79a(3) 


26 2. 552 2S5 


2, 837 


2,863 


111 


241 


32 


19 


292 


302 79a(4) 


7 2S9 23 


312 


319 


3 


44 


3 




47 


50 


' 




15 

25 3 


15 
28 


15 
29 












79a(6) 

79ai7) 


1 




3 




1 


4 


4 


3 1 621 41 


662 


665 


13 


244 


17 


48 


309 


322 79a(8j 


15 853 124 


977 


992 


12 


110 


17 


13 


140 


152 79b 


29 414 1 27 


441 


470 


10 


72 


13 


14 


99 


109 79C 


120 1,972 265 


2,237 


2.357 


75 


493 


85 


42 


620 


695 79d 


13 1,285 145 


1,430 


1,443 


15 


300 


38 


25 


363 


378 79e 


2(1 216 25 


241 


261 


6 


63 | 7 


6 


76 


S2 80 


3 65 | 12 
79 301 41 


77 


80 


4 


10 


3 




13 


17 81a 


342 


421 


23 


54 




4 


65 


88 81b 


9 1 III Q 


2S 


30 


2 








7 


9 81c 






19 9 

126 ; 11 


2S 
130 


28 
151 




3 
50 




3 

59 


3 Sid 


15 


6 


4 


5 


65 82 


* 1,1128 14,360 ' 1,721 


lO.OSl 


17, 109 


490 


9,014 


953 


812 


10,779 


11,269 S3a 


148 . 8, 177 223 


8,400 


8,548 


51 


2, 025 


6f 


147 


2, 238 


2,289 83b 


93 4, 431 18( 


4,611 


4,704 


34 


1,012 


37 


69 


1,118 


1,152 83c 


37 592 1 41 


634 


671 


12 


153 


4 


8 


16f 


177 83d 


I 




10 a 
6,469 1.18S 


13 
7,657 


13 

7, 895 




2 
2,341 






2 
3,001 


2 84a 


238 


141 


372 


288 


3, 142 84b 


III 728 31t 


1,044 


1,054 


11 


120 


' 


11 


13S 


149 85a 


4 166 IS 


178 
4,373 


182 
4,393 




8 
466 




3 

84 


11 

585 


11 85b 


20 3.254 l.lli 


28 


3i 


610 85c 




6 


S3 

29 

4.446 


89 

32 

4, 505 




13 
3 

904 


2 


2 


Vi 

z 

I, OK 


17 85d 




3 

59 


28 , 1 
3, 955 49 




3 85e 


. 


35 


7; 


79 


1,091 S5f 


* 


32 


393 


451 


4S3 


7 


109 


18 18 


14. 


152 85g 




ie 


356 


3; 


389 


405 


6 


91 


4 25 


120 126 85h 


8,062 148,401 12,96; 


161,364 


169, 121 


3,517 


60, 098 


6, 08 


6,679 


73,458 76,97; 


S9-90 


4 14 13, 297 2, 75< 


1 16, 056 


16, 5IK 


552 


10. 761 


1,986 2. KM 


14,847 15,391 


91 




527 21.886 7, OK 


> 28,902 


29, 429 


424 


9,000 


4,149 1.076 


14,22 


i 14,641 


92a 




19 . 868 7 


945 


964 


26 


557 


69 ' 64 


690 71( 


93a 




84 1,752 19 


i 1,945 


2,029 


80 


2,070 


313 101 


2,484 2,50 


93b 




.114 8.812 99 


i '.1 MI.-I 


10,091 


189 


4,024 


813 621 


5,458 5,647 


\ 




8 

5, 153 81 


8 
5,970 


g 
6,09li 


83 


3 




4 103 


1,47 


1 3 95 


12i 


1,198 17 


■> 1,558 ! 96 


13 317 


II 391 


401 


6 


51 


4 13 


0s 74 97 




4 


1 85 


1 


5 


1 ' 905 


9|v 


29 


279 


1 n 


I ' 161 


470 491 


) 98 



96 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 4(5. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, irhite, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



American troops in other 





Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Cause. 


White. 

100 

3 
74 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


VIII. Ear, diseases of. 


21 


24 


124 
3 
76 


93 


14 

1 
1 

1 


107 
1 
7 
2 
9 

36 

S5 


12S 

5 

58 

1 

1 
98 

1 

9 
31 

5 






8 


2 


6 
2 
8 

36 
83 






2 

1 

27 


9 

4 
16 




9 

6 
21 


I X . Xasa I fossse , diseases of. 


2 
5 




2 






2t 
1 


3 

20 

1 




3 
24 

1 


78 

24 

5 


10 
6 
1 


88 

30 

6 


Sinusitis (all) 


4 






Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

X. Throat, disiascs of. 


51 
3 

31 


112 

9 

23 


32 
2 

4 


144 

11 

27 


96 
4 

22 


15 
2 

5 


111 
6 

27 


130 
2 

16 
1 

499 

52 




Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 


157 

27 


500 
67 


130 
1) 


630 
76 


526 

152 


87 
30 


613 

182 


XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 


69 

10 


1S8 

33 

2 

1 

23 


21 
5 


179 
3S 

2 

1 

28 

2 


160 

12 


40 
1 


2' 'II 
13 


73 
5 
















7 


5 
2 


°4 


2 
1 


39 
5 


9 
2 










1 


in 

3 


3 


1 


23 
4 

2 

1 


1 


24 
4 
2 
1 


i 

i 
























i 


(S) Valvular lesions, unclassified 


2 


4 
1 
2 
7 
6 
3 
1 
6 




4 
2 
2 
9 
9 
3 
1 
6 


3 

2 

4 
2 

1 




3 

3 
5 
2 
1 




2 
3 


1 
1 


2 




1 




3 












1 
1 
















1 
4 


Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 




2 




2 










2 
2 
43 
7 
3 








10 




10 


1 




1 

127 

79 

13 

4 




1 

171 
S4 
13 
4 






41 
5 


113 

19 
27 

1 


23 


136 
26 

27 

4 


115 
113 
23 

•i 






Phlebitis 




3 








17 
3 


122 
5 

13 

1 


30 
2 
2 

1 
1 


15S 
7 
2 
14 
2 


99 

10 

1 

4 


22 


121 

10 
1 
4 


300 

1 

4 
6 




























2 
1 
1 

297 

25 

24 

1 

2 

6 


21 
1 
9 

713 
14 
49 


3 

1 


24 
2 
9 

7S3 
20 
54 
2 
19 
67 


21 

2 
1 

874 
11 
58 
2 
7 
is 




21 
2 
1 

1,020 

17 

69 

2 

S 

25 


9 

2 










XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 


70 
6 
5 
2 
1 

17 


146 
6 
11 


S66 

8 








18 
50 


1 
7 


9 

37 






12 
1 

7 


11 
2 


15 


26 
2 
1 


29 


5 


31 

1 


15 

6 




1 





ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



97 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1010, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Other countries and not stated. 



Transports. 



White. 



Colored. 



283 

6 

11 

1 

12 



5 

25 



68 



223 
11 

1,545 

72 

2 

305 

102 



41 

1" 



154 
39 
28 

I 
66 

s 



3 

I 



Color not 
stated. 



Total. White. Colored. l '"/" t V,i°' Total - 



299 
6 
11 

13 



229 
11 
10 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Filipinos. 



Hawaiians. 



10 

1 



242 
13 

hi 



17 

I 

13 



16 
3 



51 
14 



45 
1 



265 
8 



237 

11 
1,612 

86 

352 

mi 



12 

3S 

2 

1 

191 

4 



123 



14 

41 I 

I 

198 

4 



130 
'i,'7s(V 



21 

"iu 



289 

15 



2 
2 
51 



316 
15 



1 

ii' 



44 
10 



3 


12 

2 














9 


8 


1 















2 I 


1 


169 


in 


41 


27 


2 


28 


14 


1 


j 


5 


1 



3 

98 
28 
15 

6 



1 
83 

8 

1 
19 

1 



20 
4 

1 



15 

3 



1,857 


30 


1.53 


2,040 


1,752 


155 


9 


1,916 


761 


230 


834 


99 


12 


11 


122 


233 


56 


7 


296 


1 52 


5 


29 


235 


34 


17 


286 


667 


267 


72 


1,006 


122 


49 


78 






1 


3 
33 


8 




1 


9 
24 


2 
9 






33 .... 


21 


3 


4 


15 


107 


H 


17 


132 


198 


35 


2 


235 


37 


1 


26 






3 


22 


28 

•> 


6 




31 
2 


21 


30 


76 






4 


S 


1 


1 


10 


11 ... 






11 


3 





4 



Inter- 
national 
elassifi- 
l'orto cation 
Hicans. I N . 



14 
3 



60 
6 



19 

1 



24 
1 



16 
2 
3 



105 
4 
15 



20 
2 



142 
6 



35 



138 
17 



32 
1 
3 

is 
2 
3 









3 

1 

1 


4 
4 

10 

11 

1 


- 




- 




4 


\ 


2 

10 .... 

11 . 


1 

1 


3 
4 
10 
11 


1 


3 






■> 


9 


1 


4 


10 


5 


10 


! 


4 


o 


6 .... 





29 
9 

12 
1 



160 
3 



76a 
761) 
76c 
76<1 
76e 



86a 
86b 

86c 
86d 

86e 
86f 
86k 
x6h 
86i 



87a 

S7h 
100a 
looli 
100c 
lOOd 
Hide 



77 
78 
79a 
79a(l) 
79a (2) 
79a(3) 
79a( 1 1 
79a 5) 
79a(6 ) 
79a(7) 
79a(8i 
79b 
79c 
79d 
79e 
SO 
Ma 
81b 
sic 

Sid 

82 

*3a 
83b 
83c 
83d 

Ma 

Mil 

85a 
S5I> 
85c 
S5d 
H5e 
85f 
85g 
S5h 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 
98 



98 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 40. — Admission*, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



99a 
99b 

99c 
1111 
lUL'il 
102t> 
102c 

Wall 

105b 
105C 

1 1 Hi 

107a 

1071. 
1117c 

ins 

109a 

1119b 

110a 

Huh 
113 

in 
115a 

115b 
115c 
117a 
117b 
118a 
llMi 
Use 



119 
120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122.1 

122c 

123 

124a 

12 lb 

125a 

125b 

1 25c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127(1 

127e 



142 
143a 
143b 
144a 

1441. 
1 15a 
1451i 
145c 
145d 
145c 
1451 
145K 
145b 

145i 

145j 

! 15k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

145o 



XIII. Vigestiri system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, local in foci ion from 

Montli and anncxa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal nicer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis i uncinariasis, hookworm) . . 
Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

A p pen. licit is 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of t he liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Call-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, ot her diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritonea) adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



\ IV. (!i niton rinary system, diseases of (nonrenewal I, 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and anncxa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

I (ladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture ( nonvenereal* 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenerealj 

Hydrocele 

W arts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 
real) 

XV. Skin and cdlular tissius, (liseas(s uj. 



( langrene. 

Carbuncle. 
Furuncle.. 
Absces 



Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Eryt hema 

Herpes 

ImfietiL'o 

Lichen 

NceVUS 

Pityriasis 

I 'so'riasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



Total United States Army. 






Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



1,637 

till 

15,106 

711 

1,755 

571 

41,433 

1,164 

22, 433 

65,341 

13,503 

439 

1,785 

401 

35.192 

46, 705 

746 

3,464 

68, 933 

136 

357 

2, 836 

3, 516 

3,066 

161 

2,152 

2(1 

124 

562 



2,183 

3,257 

122 

II" 

66 

938 

1,889 

1,669 

3,686 

2,210 

3,444 

965 

122 

993 

2,172 

2.1125 

3,045 

1,416 

9,741 



2, 452 
21,550 

17,423 

13, 986 

3,640 

8, 556 

3,407 

1,071 

945 

4,276 

1,557 

3,395 

2,815 

94 

104 

60S 

1,577 

34,619 

21,436 



Total 

officers 

and 

enlisted 
men, 

Ameri- 
can 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



troi 



1 , 630 

66 

14,944 

69 

1, 750 

571 

40,814 

1,164 

22, 215 

61,950 

12,648 

263 

1,774 

359 

35,091 

46,590 

739 

3, 452 

67,213 

133 

354 

2,824 

3,483 

3,039 

161 

2,149 

20 

123 

544 



2,173 

3,240 

122 

llll 

65 

931 

1 . S78 
1,661 
3.664 
2,200 
3,421 

958 

122 

993 

2,162 

2,887 

2, 925 
1 , 'O.s 

9,663 



66 

2,420 

21,130 

17,011 

13,724 

3,366 

8,462 

3.402 

1,051 

922 

4,234 

1,550 

3,347 

2,838 

93 

104 

604 

1 , 552 

34,550 

21,132 



Total 
officers. 



White. 



133 
4 

822 

1 

163 

45 

2, 149 

166 

847 

3,236 

43 

60 

14 

2,023 

1,367 

39 

156 

3, 228 

11 

62 

324 

539 

165 

5 

88 

5 

9 

36 



108 

177 

6 

6 

3 

63 

171 

214 

146 

17 

94 
22 
8 

96 
40 

126 
73 

1 I 



1 

168 
616 
589 
488 
78 

141 ! 

26 

21 

41 

164 

38 

99 

75 

3 

4 

12 

46 

1.269 

680 



1,397 

56 

12,663 

61 

1 , 506 

505 

35,478 

949 

19,125 

56, 865 

11,765 

199 

1,556 

319 

30,436 

41,484 

633 

2,774 

59, 144 

105 

271 

2,311 

2,733 

2,760 

122 

1,909 

13 

111 

430 



1,825 
2,780 

105 

100 
60 

809 
1,526 
1,366 
3.130 
1 , 889 
2.837 

759 
94 

761 
1,849 
2,302 
2,620 
1,131 

8,212 



53 

2.135 

19,571 

15.019 

12,459 

3,032 

7,966 

2,968 

961 

829 

3,811 

1,442 

2, 892 

2,571 

79 

90 

567 

1.423 

29. 836 

18,123 





Color i 


ilored. 


not 




stated. 


57 


43 


o 


1 


1,091 


418 


52 


29 


14 




2,124 


1,063 


38 


11 


693 


1 , 550 


2, 534 


2,315 


831 


9 


54 


3 


1 10 


18 


25 


1 


1,643 


989 


2, 9S7 


752 


45 


22 


437 


85 


4,193 


648 


16 


1 


16 





135 


54 


126 


85 


SO 


34 


26 


8 


109 


43 


1 


1 


3 




25 


53 


110 


13(1 


207 


76 


8 


3 


3 


1 


2 




55 


4 


131 


50 


52 


29 


316 


72 


246 


48 


436 


54 


146 


31 


21 


1 


122 


14 


239 


34 


355 


104 


203 


29 


245 


is ! 


842 


341 


11 


1 


37 


SO 


457 


486 


604 


499 


467 


310 


1S4 


72 


182 


173 


225 


183 


56 


13 


39 


13 


1 13 


116 


31 


39 


294 


62 


59 


133 


1(1 


1 


7 


3 


19 


6 


•J 7 


56 


679 


2,766 


1,194 


1,135 



Total. 



1,497 

62 

14,172 

68 

1 , 587 

526 

38,665 

998 

21,368 

61,714 

12,605 

256 

1,714 

345 

33,068 

45.223 

700 

3,296 

63,985 

122 

292 

2,500 

2,914 

2,874 

156 

2,061 

15 

114 

508 



2,065 

3,063 

116 

104 

62 

S6S 

1,707 

1.447 

3,518 

2,183 

3,327 

936 

116 

897 

2,122 

2, 761 

2, S52 

1,391 

9, 425 



65 

2, 252 
20, 514 
16,422 
13,236 

3,288 
8,321 

3, 376 
1,030 

881 

4,070 

1,512 

3,248 

2, 763 

90 

100 

592 

1,506 

33, 281 

20,452 



Total 
native 
troops. 



112 
1 

5 



21s 
391 
855 
176 
11 
42 
101 
115 

12 

1,720 

3 

3 

12 

33 

27 



10 
38 
120 

8 



1 

32 

420 

412 

262 

274 

94 

5 

20 

23 

42 

7 

Is 

7 

I 



4 

25 
69 

304 



ADMISSIONS — OFFICERS, ANT) ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



99 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. ■>'/, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 
' ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Array in United States (including Alaska). 
Enlisted men. 



Officers. 



59 

4 

365 

1 

81 

33 

1,455 

1(15 

467 

1,602 

37 

3 

39 

9 

1,203 

99(1 

21 

82 

2,637 

7 

32 

210 

120 

142 

4 

46 

4 

4 

.'I 



32 

99 

4 

3 

3 

42 

125 

143 

77 

8 

45 

17 

3 

11 

17 

71 

55 

7 



1 

106 

443 

398 

342 

.53 

94 

11 

19 

29 

105 

26 

67 

31 

3 

3 

7 

22 

396 

3S3 



White. 



Colored. 



733 

43 

6, 406 

43 

1,088 

406 

26, 609 

752 

9,604 

25, 383 

11,638 

128 

1,277 

254 

19,599 

32,114 

437 

1,848 

49, 274 

78 

156 

1,523 

1,479 

2,469 

88 

1,317 

9 

90 
333 



716 

1 , 479 

76 

72 

50 

588 

1,106 

921 

2,270 

1,404 

2,070 

532 

66 

529 

1,428 

1.490 

2,072 

931 



5, 361 



42 

1,387 

15,120 

1(1,871 

8,639 

2,165 

6,172 

1,584 

852 

649 

2,705 

1,130 

2, 069 

1,393 

64 

63 

■I 19 

862 

11.491 

12,030 



39 

4 

651 

4 

32 

10 

1,207 

27 

-tin 

889 

825 

12 

120 

16 

827 

2,431 

3D 

318 

2,754 



77 
71 

68 
II 
65 



3 
15 



47 

106 

4 

2 

2 

45 

78 

26 

182 

184 

37(1 

95 

19 

111 

205 

265 

164 

210 

521 



United States Army in Europe (exelnding Russia). 



Total. 



772 

47 

7,057 

47 

1,120 

416 

27,816 

779 

10,014 

26,272 

12. 463 

'140 

1,397 

270 

20, 120 

31,545 

467 

2,166 

52,028 

82 

163 

1,600 

1,550 

2,537 

99 

1,3S2 

9 

93 

348 



763 

1,585 

80 

74 

52 

633 

1,184 

947 

2,452 

1,588 

2, 440 

627 

85 

640 

1.633 

1, 755 

2,236 

1,141 



5, ss2 



Toial 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 



S31 

51 

7,422 

48 

1,201 

449 

29,271 

884 

10.4S1 

27, 874 

12, 500 

143 

1,436 

279 

21,689 

35, 535 

488 

2,248 

54, 665 

89 

195 

1,810 

1,670 

2,079 

103 

1,428 

13 

97 

372 



795 
1,684 

84 

77 

55 

675 

1,309 

1,091) 

2,529 

1,596 

2,485 

644 

88 

684 

1.650 

i;826 

2,291 

1,148 

6,017 



6 


48 


49 


22 


1,409 


1,515 


243 


15,363 


15,806 


599 


11,470 


11,868 


297 


8,936 


9,278 


81 


2,246 


2,299 


122 


6,294 


6,388 


108 


1,692 


1,703 


44 


896 


915 


29 


678 


7o7 


88 


2,793 


2,898 


17 


1,147 


1,173 


220 


2,289 


2.356 


;« 


1, 425 


1,456 


9 


73 


76 


6 


69 


72 


15 


464 


471 


19 


881 


903 


212 


11.703 


12,0! 19 


864 


12,894 


13, 277 



Enlisted men 



Officers. 



72 
442' 



Colored . 



11 

641 

61 

315 

1,550 

4 

2 

19 

2 

694 

354 

16 

72 

455 

3 

30 

105 

409 

16 

1 

38 

1 

4 

8 



606 

11 

5,818 

17 

386 

93 

7,408 

179 

8,921 

29,345 

78 

40 

239 

40 

9,6S3 

8,855 

159 

870 

5,812 

23 

93 

695 

1,067 

169 

31 

548 

4 

20 




17 

4 

683 

10 

211 

1,439 

2 

2 

11 

2 

573 

518 

12 

110 

804 

12 




7 
45 


5 
53 


47 


84 


11 


33 


15 


s 


36 


42 




1 




10 


52 


54 


130 


92 


75 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


4 


48 


50 


25 


2:1 


101 


72 


57 


48 


58 


54 


48 


31 


2 


1 


HI 


14 


27 


:■■■■■: 


85 


103 


34 


28 


15 


17 


2S6 


326 



4 

15 

99 

259 

118 

24 

41 

115 

4 

In 

44 

11 

(is 

25 

1 

1 

4 



464 
273 I 



145 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

145» 



100 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



99a 
99b 

99c 
11)1 
102a 
li)2b 
102c 
105a 
1115b 
105c 
106 
107a 
1071) 
107c 
108 
u>9a 

1091) 

110a 

110b 

113 

114 

1 15a 

115b 

11 5c 

117a 

1171) 

118a 

llsb 

118c 



119 
120 
1 22a 

1221. 

122c 

122i I 

122c 

123 

124 a 

1241) 

125a 

1251) 

125c 

121'. 

127a 

1271) 

127c 

127.1 

127e 



Cause. 



XIH. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Mou ih ami annexa, other diseases of 

Eso] ihagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastri enteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrh a 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookwo.m).. 

AscaVis lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites i others; 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

CI all-bladder and bile duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



American troops m other 



Philippine Islands. 



Officers, 

other 

countries. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



I 
'l.H 



Hawaii. 



White. Colored. 



1 
53 



65 

84 

2 

2 

2 

3 

66 

23 

2 

2 

136 

1 



324 

5 

52 

633 

19 

27 

13 

19 

213 

64 

' 2 

8 

1,187 



184 



39 

118 

4 

40 

3 

7 

Is: 1 

21 



4 

321 



9 
10 



1 
30 
68 

30 
1 



50N 

5 
91 

751 
23 
67 
16 
26 
102 
85 
2 
12 
1, 508 



3 
1 

204 

4 

25 

269 
1 
2 
9 
2 

326 
84 
2 

783 



XIV". Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

1 1 ydroeele 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonve- 
nereal). 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 

142 Gangrene 

143a \ Carbuncle 

143b i Furuncle 

144a I Abscess 

144b Cellulitis 

145a Trichophytosis 

145b Nails, defects and diseases of 

145c I Ectoparasites 

145d Clavns 

115c Dermatitis 

1 i5f Eczema 

1 45g ' Erythema 

145h Herpes 

1451 Impetigo 

145j Lichen 

145k Na'vus 

1451 Pityriasis 

145m Psoriasis 

145u Scabies 

145o \ Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of 



3 

10 



2 

8 
21 

1 

1 

9 



13 
16 



3 

14 



6 

10 
12 
25 
23 
21 



t 
16 

17 ' 

3 

21 



9 . 
195 
95 

166 
1S4 
79 

2 . 

9 

7 1. 
35 

8 
38 
23 . 

1 . 
4 . 

2 . 
22 
15 . 

lis 



102 
28 
5 
68 
11 

4 



8 
14 

49 
25 
22 

6 



1 

Ml 



1 

9 

297 

123 

171 

252 

90 

2 

13 

7 

36 

9 

III 

23 

I 

4 

2 

23 

15 

181 



15 

257 
98 

209 
87 

123 
7 
13 
8 
34 
13 



20 
105 



Total. 



30 



3 

38 



tl 
I I 



3 

268 



59 
1 
3 
1 

234 

4 

28 

307 

1 

2 

M 

2 

367 

95 

4 

11 

1,051 



15 
26s 
lOti 
245 

98 
131 

8 

17 

N 

44 

14 
:il 
24 
2 

6 

5 

22 

lis 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



101 



Filipino, Porto Mean, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1019, inclusive — Continued. 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 








Native troops (enlisted men). 




-V 

(' 

> 


other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos 

1 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
lational 


White. 


( '°'o^. c S;r 


Total. White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. ! 


Total. 
9 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


f 


36 


1 


37 9 




1 


5 


99a 






129 9 

1 


138 
1 . 


65 


3 


2 


70 


52 


6 


54 
1 
9 


99c 




6 

2 

326 

1 

400 

598 

3 

1 

8 




1 


7 


2 . 




9 
2 

306 

5 

92 

556 
5 
1 


1 


2 


102a 


► 




2 






4 26 


356 
1 
490 
641 
9 
1 
9 


287 
4 
si 

510 
5 
1 
3 


16 
1 
2 

43 


3 


350 


60 


209 


102c 

105a 

105b 

105e 

106 

107a 

107b 




8 82 

7 33 

4 


2 

3 


92 
179 
138 

103 


20 
3 


106 

209 

717 

13 

2 

11 
18 

82 

1 

5 

613 

2 
2 


25 
23 


f 








1 






3 




. 












31 

•23 




162 2 5 


169 243 


11 
6 
1 
2 




254 


60 
9 
1 

2 

87 




164 8 


172 
3 


132 
13 




138 24 

14 5 

13 5 

525 1,020 

2 1 1 
2 ! 1 
17 4 

93 R 


109a 

109 b 

110a 

110b 

113 

114 

115a 

115b 


» 


3 

10 
52 1 
1 
14 
14 
29 
32 






: ::.. 2 

5 21 

i 


12 11 

550 479 

1 , 2 

14 1 

15 13 
29 21 
32 28 




41 


5 




1 




2 




1 


4 
1 
1 








1 


V 




1 30 4 


■ 








117a 

117b 
118a 
118b 
llSc 

119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 


11 




1 


12 11 


2 




13 1 


1 1 






1 




1 
3 










1 
13 

6 


2 
4 


1 


-, 






5 5 

20 s 




15 16 


4 
3 






1 1 


12 
1 
1 


19 


22 6 


5 
























1 




4 




1 


5 6 
7 12 
9 19 

12 21 
S 15 
24 


1 


7 




- 


4 

8 
23 






12 
111 


■"' 


1 








8 
14 
6 


123 

124a 
124b 
125a 
125b 









- 


1 
1 

8 






U 3 
10 IS 


1 














8 


2 : ' 10 1 


6 








125c 


2 




2 1 

11 14 
22 1 ". 


1 









2^ 

a 
is 

* 855 


2 


1 
1 
1 
1 





14 


6 


10 
S 
1 
5 


2 

22 

109 

6 

47 


127a 
1271) 
127c 
127d 
127e 




4 

22 
875 

1 

21 

154 

149 

71 

29 

58 

30 

6 

19 

40 

12 

45 

13 


10 
4 

77 


1 10 3 


9 



9 




5 13 


2 


SS 


20 
1 


1 


27 
121 
145 
133 

15 
34 

79 
5 
10 
17 
12 
77 
13 
1 






27 




3 

8 
22 

a 

e 

13 
3 

{ 
6 
1 
« 


11 
88 
207 
90 
32 
33 


143a 
143b 
144a 
144b 
145a 


1 


139 1 14 
130 2 11 

60 11 

28 1 

53 ! 5 


1 
8 
11 


1 
1 


123 324 
154 183 
144 130 

15 1 236 
34 48 












> 


2 

1 
3 
1 
-1 
1 


) 


1 


1 




80 1 2 
.1 5 1 11 

10 8 
. 17 18 

12 6 
77 21 

13 4 








1 

1 
6 




5 145d 
9 145e 
IS 145f 

145g 

21 145h 










• 


1 








1 ! 








) 


3 






I 


1 






1 










15 


1 


2 

8 

162 
HI 






145k 




J 


9 

6 

172 

91 


« 3 1 








3 
9 






( 

17^ 
95 


21 
20 
152 








i 1 






4- 

1 3 


' 7 145n 


1 


123 3 IS 


5 


1 


1 1 119 1450 



102 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter 
national 

classifi- 
cation 

No. 



146a 
146b 

146c 
147a 
147b 
147c 
117.1 
147e 

149a 
149b 
149c 
l I9d 

149e 

nor 

149g 

Hi* 



Cause. 



Total 

officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



XVI. Hones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Hones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rlieuma- 

t ism excepted) 

Hallux valgus 

Ilannner-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis ■. 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 

disiascs. 



150 Congenital malformations 

189 I Not specified or ill-denned disea 



l,3>-9 
3,527 

a, in 

1,907 

160 

3,065 
345 

1,614 
2,057 
1,461 
1,476 
4,135 

2ii, 37'J 

491 

2, 671 

27, 400 



2, 034 
147, 1S7 



Total 

I Win 

classifi- 
cation. XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries 



. 3,515,464 



1,37S 
3,501 
3,099 
1 , S94 

160 
3,845 

344 

1,603 
2, 053 
1,460 
1,474 
4,076 

26, 367 

490 

2, 662 

27, 233 



2,00S 
145,502 



1 



111 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
is 
19 
20 
21 
22 
.'.: 
24 

.'•■ 
27 
2s 

29 

30 
31 
32 
33 



Bites 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray 

Compression 

( 'onciission 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

1 dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyse d separation 

Bye and annexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fract ure, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

sprain of joint 

Strain. 



50, 



1. 

I, 

33, 



Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic... 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating.. 
Wounds, perforating... 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others) . 



2, 
3, 
2, 

l HI 
23 



450 
148 
325 

12 
019 
258 
535 
26S 
393 
964 
499 

M 
526 
371) 
335 
234 
212 
1.1 
753 
338 
102 
502 
60S 

mo 

679 
171 
611 
SS5 
984 
1 1 15 
858 
481 
644 



447 

6, 105 
1,318 

12 



2, 005 


254 


49, 70S 


1, 515 


1,534 


230 


6, 251 


300 


5, 355 


245 


962 


S3 


494 


14 


78 


1 


1,491 


43 


1,367 


30 


33.163 


1,812 


6,211 


365 


210 


11 


2, 130 


121 


74 li 


21 


329 


l'J 


102 


9 


2, 494 


162 


681 


41 


6,175 


107 


55, 279 


1,766 


10, 412 


319 


601 


lis 


2. SHI 


160 


2, 973 


262 


3,095 


107 


2.852 


73 


65,617 


1,910 


23,400 


803 



Total . 



299,069 ' 296,537 



Grand total 3,814,533 3,781,195 



Total United States Army. 

Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total 
officers. 



40 

1 I 
it;; 

29 

8 

136 

16 

32 
35 
12 
26 
135 
197 
3 
149 
688 



White. 



1.1-7 
3,018 
2, 705 
1,582 

144 
3, 099 

308 

1,260 
1,S22 
1,374 
1,358 
3,5S0 

21,020 

441 

2,399 

23, S50 



113 1,690 

4,447 123,835 



113,860 2,936,055 



19 
185 
36 



11,121 



124, 9S4 



390 

5, 325 

1,21)1 

11 

1,573 

42, 638 

1,085 

5, 835 

4, 075 

S23 

327 

75 

1,214 

1, 14S 

2S, 67S 

5,091 

185 

1,714 

658 

287 

09 

2,141 

587 

5,556 

48,915 

9,311 

470 

2, 507 

2,200 

2,473 

2, 409 

56, 681 

20, 257 



Color 
Colored. not 
stated. 



133 
430 
221 
274 
6 
239 
13 

293 

156 

58 

51 

292 

1,723 

40 

64 

2,077 



is 

39 

60 

9 

2 

171 

7 

18 
40 
16 
39 
69 

427 

6 

50 

618 



Total. 



1,338 
3,487 
2,986 
1,S65 

152 
3, 509 

328 

1,571 

2,018 
1,448 
1,448 
3,941 

26,170 

487 

2,513 

26,545 



169 36 1,895 

11,227 5,993 141,055 



25 

253 

52 

1 

81 

2, 60S 

80 

79 

266 

23 

20 

1 

128 

131 

1,359 

369 

12 

54 

25 

19 

14 

I or, 

36 

442 

2.425 

'446 

16 

135 

179 

1M 

209 

4,473 

1,146 



13 
312 
29 



97 

3,007 

139 

37 

169 

33 

133 

1 

76 

58 

1,314 

388 

2 

241 

42 

4 

in 

85 

14 

70 

2,173 

336 

47 

•78 

332 

321 

161 

2, 523 

1,194 



256,539 | 15, 407 



13, 467 



1,192,594 357,267 106,350 



42S 

5, 920 

1,282 

12 

1,751 

4S, 253 

1,304 

5, 951 

5,110 

S79 

4 s(l 

77 

1,448 

1,337 

31,351 

5, 846 

199 

2, 009 

725 

310 

(13 

2, 332 

637 

6. 0US 

53, 513 

10,093 

533 

2, 720 

2.711 

2,988 

2,779 

63,677 

22, 597 



Total 
native 
troops. 



20 
1 

1! 
4 
1 
2 
59 
12 
1 
9 
167 



26 

1,635 



341,860 92.SS3 3, 370, 798 30.S06 



14 

490 

1 

17 

3S 
2 
5 
6 

35 

9 

172 

23 
2 
1 



s 
17 
14 

-lii.l 
59 
In 

5 
11 
in 

6 

si, I 

244 



285,413 i 2,532 



3,656,211 33,338 



ADMISSIONS OFFICEHS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



103 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Array ii 


United States (inehidii 


g Alaska). 


T 


fluted Stale 


< Array in E 


nrope (excluding Russia 








Enlisted men 










Enlisted men. 






Inter- 










Total 












Total 


nalhiii.il 






























officers 












officers 




Officers. 








and 


Officers. 






Color 

not 

staled. 




and 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


eidisted 
men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 

men. 




2n 


933 


105 


1,038 


1,058 


18 


227 


24 


16 


267 


2S5 


146a 


11 


2, 608 


394 


3.002 


3,013 


2 


377 


33 


35 


445 


447 


1461) 


70 


2, 009 


164 


2,173 


2,243 


!J 


642 


51 


60 


753 


795 


146c 


22 


1,450 


260 


1,710 


1,732 


.) 


116 


9 


8 


133 


138 


147a 


4 


107 


5 


112 


116 


4 


36 


1 


2 


39 


43 


1471) 


79 


2,155 


184 


2,339 


2,418 


53 


853 


53 


169 


1,075 


1,128 


147c 


8 


222 


13 


235 


243 


8 


82 




7 


89 


97 


147(1 


13 


1,019 


275 


1,294 


1,307 


19 


230 


17 


IS 


265 


284 


147e 


24 


1,444 


107 


1,551 


1,575 


10 


340 


is 


39 


427 


437 


149a 


7 


1,001 


46 


1,137 


1,144 


4 


252 


12 


16 


280 


284 


1491) 


16 


939 


29 


968 


984 


9 


391 


19 


39 


449 


458 


149c 


84 


2,350 


139 


2,489 


2.573 


45 


1 , 090 


126 


67 


! , 283 


1,328 


149d 


99 


17,594 


1,337 


18,931 


19,030 


89 


6, 023 


369 


421 


6.S13 


6,902 


149e 


3 

109 


397 
1,795 


39 

48 


436 
1, 843 


439 
1,952 




37 
557 


I 
12 


6 
45 


44 
614 


14 
652 




38 


wte 


465 


IS, 268 


1.511 


19,779 


20, 244 


204 


4,976 


479 


598 


6, 053 


6,257 


149h 


73 


1,148 


105 


1,253 


1,326 


37 


462 


39 


34 


535 


572 


150 


2,674 


94,137 


8,S5S 


102,995 


105,609 


1,599 


25,586 


1,857 


5,860 


33,303 


34,902 


189 


73,587 


2,141,107 


249,771 


2,390,878 


2,464,465 


36,929 


702, 780 


80,300 


90,730 


873,816 


910,745 


( Uliee 
classifi- 














































cation. 


15 


250 


12 


202 


277 


3 


122 


7 


13 


112 


145 


1 


132 


3,356 


131 


3.4S7 


3,019 


48 


1,708 


113 


334 


2,215 


2, 203 


•) 


25 


897 


30 


927 


952 


11 


252 


17 


29 


298 


309 


3 




9 
1,090 


1 
38 


10 
1, 128 


10 
1,250 


05 


2 
425 






2 
555 


2 

020 




128 


35 


95 


5 


1,124 


29, S25 


1,339 


31,104 


32, 2SS 


389 


11,052 


1,143 


2, 942 


15,737 


16, 126 





150 


086 


31 


717 


867 


SO 


369 


45 


133 


547 


627 


7 


273 


5,299 


63 


5,302 


5,635 


23 


284 


8 


30 


328 


351 


8 


173 


3,405 


160 


3, 505 


3, 738 


64 


1,118 


SO 


168 


1,300 


1,430 


9 


42 


473 


10 


489 


531 


41 


321 


r 


32 


360 


401 


10 


11 


232 


12 


244 






54 




53 


114 


114 


j [ 




54 
786 


1 
67 


55 
853 


55 
879 


1 
15 


14 
403 


51 


1 
70 


15 
530 


10 
545 


12 


20 


13 


19 


794 


S7 


S81 


900 


11 


311 


39 


58 


408 


419 


14 


1,107 


16,915 


641 


17, 550 


18, 723 


591 


10, 492 


001 


1,309 


12, 402 


13,053 


15 


191 


2,142 


140 


2,282 


2, 473 


164 


2, 762 


226 


381 


3,309 


3, 533 


10 


* 


142 


10 


152 


159 


4 


41 


1 


2 


44 


48 


17 


53 


698 


10 


70S 


701 


60 


973 


43 


218 


1,234 


1,300 


18 


11 


523 


21 


514 


558 


5 


109 


2 


41 


152 


157 


19 


13 


214 


13 


227 


240 


5 


56 


4 


4 


04 


09 


20 





46 


7 


53 


59 


2 


20 


5 


10 


35 


37 


21 


110 


1,018 


68 


1,680 


1,790 


40 


355 


10 


85 


456 


502 


22 


29 


422 


24 


446 


475 


11 


132 


9 


14 


155 


166 


23 


70 


5,010 


389 


5,399 


5,409 


30 


140 


41 


58 


539 


509 


24 


1,250 


35,351 


1,494 


36,845 


38,095 


454 


11,440 


645 


2, 131 


14, 210 


14,070 


25 


242 


6, 937 


200 


7, 197 


7, 439 


00 


1,979 


147 


322 


2, 448 


2,514 


26 


39 


302 


10 


372 


411 


20 


79 


1 


47 


127 


153 


27 


115 


1,077 


77 


1,754 


1,869 


30 


762 


50 


78 


896 


'.'32 


28 


128 


867 


54 


921 


1,0*9 


131 


1,204 


110 


325 


1,705 


1,836 


29 


43 


776 


111 


887 


930 


56 


1,505 


77 


312 


1,954 


2,010 


30 


46 


1,432 


114 


1,546 


1, 592 


23 


900 


84 


157 


1,141 


1,104 


31 


1,318 


41,455 


2,316 


43, 771 


45,089 


558 


12, 123 


1,073 


2,459 


Hi, 255 


16,813 


32 


452 


14,157 


736 


14,893 


15,345 


323 


5,249 


310 


1,102 


0,721 


7,044 


33 


7,411 


177,900 


8,483 


186,383 


193, 794 


3,348 


0.7, 836 


5, 669 


13,0S5 


SO. 590 


89,938 




vi, mis 


2,319,007 


258,254 


2,577,261 


2. 658, 259 


40, 277 


770,616 


85,969 


103, 821 


900,400 


1,000,683 





104 MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, I 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classify 
cation 
No. 



14«a 
140b 
146c 
147a 
1471) 
147C 
147(1 
147e 

149a 

149b 
14!lc 
14!td 
149e 
149f 
I49g 
14911 



I. Ml 
lv.i 



omcc 

rlassiti- 

cation. 

1 
2 
3 

4 



Cause. 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



XVI. Bones and organs oj locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 
tism excepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

M yositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organ's of locomotion, other diseases of 



American troops in other 



Philippine Islands. 



Hawaii. 



White. Colored. Total. 



White. 



Colored. 



Panama. 



Total White. 



6 
3 
9 

2 
1 
19 



6 
5 

11 
4 
1 

19 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 



2 
19 



3 
174 



l-> 
2 
6 

22 

54 
3 
2 

In? 



47 
695 



Total. 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 



3, 344 15, 328 



Bites 

Burns 

[Sums, chemical and X-ray 

Compression 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crnshin? 

Dermatitis from traumatisms... t 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee . 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and anncxa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, Simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fract urc, fault y union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain ol joint 

Strain 

Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic 

W ounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds (others)....' 

Traumatisms (others; 



61 
2 



54 
10 



62 
II 
3 
9 
3 
8 
4 
64 
28 



72 

12 

14 

327 

74 

10 
12 



589 
1 55 



Total 

Grand total . 



365 



1,851 



3, 709 17,179 



I" 
2 



3 

58 



20 
249 



12 

2 

32 ' 
56 

3 

5 
165 



67 
944 



19 
130 



12 
568 



19, 522 



'.), 996 



in 

31 

1.3 



C 
73 
2 
4 
20 



13 
2S2 

52 

38 

2 

6 



2 

20 

I 

X 
154 
26 



3 

5 

373 

86 



20 

9 

218 

18 

1 





3 

•i 

92 

13 

22 

481 

100 

7 

12 

17 

12 

962 
241 



30 
310 



36 
6 
4 

19 

IS 

l.-is 

49 

1 

1 



49 

9 

24 

640 

127 

3 

10 

4 

2 

11 

799 

133 



5 

7 
18 

4 



12 



5 
128 



20 
152 



17 
690 



34 



1 

2 

2 

116 

11 



2,205 



5 

51 
12 



32 
344 

91 

41 

6 

4 

5 

23 

21 

480 

51 

1 

1 

6 

6 



50 
11 

2t; 

75H 

138 

8 

1(1 

6 
3 

15 

SS6 
143 



3, 239 



4 
126 



559 



6 
243 



37 
10 
9 
1 
9 
7 
304 
22 



2 
23 

5 

M 

450 

54 

9 



1!' 

863 
221 



2. 499 



15,121 17.SS6 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



105 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



s. 


countries (enlisted men) 










Native troops (enlisted men). 






other countries 


md not stated. 




Transports. 


Total. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


Inter- 
national 




White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 
2 


Color not 
stated. 


1 'ort 
Ricans. 

i 


L'lassili- 

calion 

No. 


> 


1 




2 


3 


6 

3 . 
14 

4 . 




s 
3 
15 
4 




5 
10 

•j 


6 


1 Ifta 




14 
4 




4 






1 
6 
3 


9 1401) 








4 
6 


1 




3 146n 




4 | 


1 


1 




8 


147a 
1471) 
147c 




20 
2 
2 

12 
2 
18 
49 
129 
3 
16 
200 

5 
825 




2 


21 
2 
3 

6 
6 


2 




23 
2 
3 

6 

6 

1 

22 

9o 

1 



48 

7 
1,588 


11 


2 


7* 








2 

2 

13 
2 
18 




1 


3 


147d 












1 : 4 
1 


I47e 


V 




1 






149a 












1 


149b 








1 




1 

17 


1 

37 




► 




2 
6 


51 
135 

3 

21 
222 

7 
970 


°2 
90 

1 

43 

1,465 






1 49,1 











3 | 6 
5 ' 4 


3 149n 








1 








5 
20 

2 
120 




149g 




2 


5 




83 

11 
602 


25 

1 
152 


59 

14 
981 


f 








19 


1 10 7 


189 


► 


24,834 1 1,919 


1,875 


28, 628 


20, 023 


3. 790 272 


30, 685 


12,157 3,151 


15.498 


Office 

classifi- 
cation. 




3 

54 
8 


1 
1 




4 

02 

8 






2 




, 




7 


30 
3 


2 1 


33 

3 


21 
2 


7 


15 2 












4 

5 




7 

296 

5 




2 

05 



1 
1 


9 
373 

11 
24 
27 

7 
is 

1 
12 

8 
183 
59 


S 
103 
11 
10 
30 
t 
14 




s 

110 

13 

17 

36 

5 
85 


4 
200 






12 


7 
2 
1 




21S 






. 




1 




7 


t 


22 


1 




12 


- 




25 
7 
8 
1 

12 

8 

180 

55 


1 




19 j 4 


15 9 




1 1 

1 70 


2 111 


• 




1U 


2 


3 
6 

11 


66 
12 

•> 




• 












1 
3 
142 
44 
1 
17 

3 




1 

3 

140 

45 

1 

17 

3 


23 1 i 
1 2 

7(1 30 
8 3 


















5 
4 


4 










1 




' 








M 


25 


1 


23 

1 


49 
1 
2 
1 

16 
2 

28 

512 

111 

5 

28 

38 

115 

29 

561 

225 




1 






5 
6 






1 

1 
15 

2 

11 

465 

97 

5 
28 
31 
106 


1 




1 










21 




1 




9 

5 

35 

242 

43 

5 

11 

11 

15 

10 

356 

142 




9 

37 
253 

45 
1 5 
I 11 

13 

• 7 

17 

379 

153 


4 
2 
11 




4 

15 
•t 

107 
17 
5 

4 

7 

5 

205 

52 


.)•> 


• 






23 


' 




12 
42 
14 


n 

■J 






24 




5 




255 1 38 

31 8 

4 1 

3 1 1 

4 3 

3 

1 1 

580 ' 79 
169 23 






2i 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 




















7 

y 

4 

61 

23 


2 

2 

1 

20 1 3 

2 ' y 






• 


21 
4% 
200 


1 
4 
2 


2.201 | 31 


297 


2.529 


1.332 


59 83 


1.470 


1.452 251 


823 




' 


27.035 1,950 


2.172 i 31,157 


27,955 


3.S19 357 


32. 161 


13,609 3,40'. 


10.327 





106 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers anil enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Office 
classiti- 
eation. 



id 
11 
12 
13 

11 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

26 

27 









Total United Slates Army. 








Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 
men, 

Ameri- 
can 

troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men 


, American troops. 


Total 
native 
troops. 


Agent. 


White. Colored. 


Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 


Aiji nl causing injury (excluding battle injuries). 

(The following are included above.) 

KniCe 

I'istoi ball 

Rille Kill 

Cutting and piercing instruments (others) 


3, 0S7 

3.079 

4, 60S 

16, 227 

10, 122 

96 

2,924 

9, 994 

5, 038 

2,738 

703 

4,267 

14,213 

48 

10, 795 

137 

49, 95.5 

985 

734 

1,610 

3,977 

613 

59 

2, 737 

978 

170 

149,11.5 


3, 056 
3, 066 

4 589 

15.994 

10,085 

96 

2,924 

9. 957 
.5, 026 
2, 733 

697 

4,233 

14,118 

48 

10, 703 

137 

49, 454 

977 

723 

1.610 

3. 958 
601 

58 

2, 71.5 

970 

153 

147, 826 


39 

1-17 

79 

287 

431 

3 

1,188 

708 

503 

63 

24 

95 

341 

3 

338 

6 

2, 0.8O 

15 

9 

2.5 

78 

9 

45' 

24 

1.5 

4,569 


2, 633 
2, 438 
3,868 

14,237 
7, SI 3 
6 
1,671 
8, 656 
4,312 
2,242 
63.5 

3, 620 
12,892 

43 

9, 386 

116 

43, 591 

884 

6.56 

1,105 

3, 623 

465 

2, 459 

877 

120 

128, 136 


320 

310 

317 

1,11112 

531 

1 

II 

290 

.84 

1.89 

2(1 

283 

523 


61 

171 

325 

468 

1,310 

86 

59 

297 

127 

239 

12 

235 

362 

2 

208 

7 

1,379 

13 

5 

277 

47 

30 

2 

102 

29 

4 

7,607 


3,017 

2, 919 

4,510 

15, 707 

9, 654 

93 

1,736 

9,219 

4, 523 

2, 670 

673 

4, 138 

13, 777 

45 

10, 395 

131 

47, 374 

962 

714 

1,615 

3, 880 

592 

58 

2, 670 

946 

138 

143, 257 


31 
13 
19 

233 
37 








37 
12 
5 
6 
34 
95 
















771 

8 

2,404 

6.5 

53 

233 

210 

97 

1 

109 

40 

14 

7,514 


92 




Kalis 


501 

s 
11 










19 

12 

1 

22 

8 

17 
1,319 




Strang ilation 








Total 


299, 069 


296, .537 


11,124 


2.56, 539 


15. 107 


13,467 


285, 413 


2, ,532 





ADMISSION'S — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



10: 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



v United States Army in 


United Stat 


es (including Alaska). 


United States Army in En 


rope (cxeluc" 
men. 


ing Russia] 








Enlisted men. 










Enlisted 




























Office 


- 








Total 








— — 




Total 
















•lassili- 








officers 












officers 


lalion. 


Officers. 






and 


Officers. 






Color 
not 




and 




While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 




> 








men. 








staled. 




men. 




12 


1,907 


189 I 


2,090 


2,108 


20 


570 


104 


63 | 


737 


703 


1 


89 


1,204 


170 ! 


1,380 


1,409 


50 


1,107 


122 


109 


1. 158 


1,508 


2 


k 41 


1,963 


170 


2, 133 


2,174 


32 


1,690 


13S 


309 


2. 137 


2, 109 


3 


180 


10,518 


021 


11,109 


11,349 


98 


2,925 


313 


447 


3,085 


3,783 


4 


181 


3, 033 


212 


3, 245 


3,420 


229 


4,524 


307 


1,258 i 


0,089 


0,318 


5 


1 


3 

1 . 255 




3 
1,259 


4 
2,050 


1 
381 


1 
397 


1 
2 


58 


2 

457 


3 

S3S 





l 797 


1 


7 


513 


5, 797 


177 


5,974 


6,487 


183 


2,053 


103 


295 


3.051 


3.234 


8 


250 


2,340 


47 


2, 387 


2,037 


245 


1,790 


30 


120 


1,940 


2, 191 


(1 


29 


1,166 


75 


1,241 


1,270 


33 


1,024 


111 


239 


1 , 374 


1.407 


10 


23 


558 


22 


580 


003 


1 


70 


2 


10 


.82 


83 


11 


39 


1,781 


114 


1,895 


1,934 


53 


1,771 


101 


233 


2, 11 i5 


2.218 


12 


281 


10, 344 


348 


10,092 


10, 973 


53 


2,150 


46 


352 


2.54S 


2,001 


13 


3 


37 

0,822 




37 
7,131 


40 
7,376 




4 
2, KM) 


366 


2 
205 


6 
2,071 


6 

2,74s 


14 


245 
2 


309 


77 


15 


69 


1 


70 


72 


2 


43 


7 


7 


57 


59 


10 


1,464 


30, 538 


1,33S 


31,870 


33, 340 


524 


10,930 


807 


1,343 


13,086 


13,010 


17 


15 


734 


40 


780 


795 




121 


13 


13 


147 


147 


IS 


4 


409 


23 


492 


49f 


4 


153 


23 


5 


ISl 


185 


19 


16 


007 


149 


750 


772 


8 


378 


82 


257 


717 


725 


20 


01 


3,200 


191 


3,391 


3,452 


14 


330 


10 


40 


392 


400 


21 


4 


295 


48 


343 


347 


5 


152 


41 


30 


221 


228 


22 




44 
1,611 




44 
1,070 


44 
1,707 


13 


8 
743 


1 
39 


2 

98 


11 

SSI) 


11 
803 


23 


31 


05 


24 


20 


580 


21 


601 


621 


3 


257 


18 


2S 


303 


300 


25 


11 


94 


il 


103 


114 


2 


19 


3 


4 


2i 


28 


26 


3,099 


90,901 


4,128 


'.15. 029 


98, 128 


1,311 


31,800 


2,813 


7. ISO 


42. 15! 


43,470 


27 


7,411 

i 


177, 900 


8,483 


ISO, 383 


193, 79-1 


3,348 


07, 836 


5,009 


13,085 


80,590 


89,938 





108 



MKIUCAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



f 



Table 46. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored, ' 





















f 




Agent . 


American troops in other" 
/ 


Office 


Officers, 

other 

countries. 


Philippine Islands. 




Hawaii. 
Colored. 


Total. 


Panama.' 


classifi- 
cation. 


White. 

32 
!l 

166 
10 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


White. , 

I 


1 


Agent causing injury (.excluding battle injuries). 
(The following arc included above.) 


1 
8 
6 
9 

21 

1 

10 

12 

8 

1 


43 

2 


48 

17 

11 

209 

12 


3<- 

6 

14 

156 

?4 
1 
2 

76 

117 

4 

2 

20 

146 


10 

I 

20 

5 


48 
9 

18 

176 

29 

1 

2 

83 

123 

4 

2 

21 

149 


f 

49 1 


2 


Pistol ball 


16 1 


3 


Rifle ball 


25 H 

250 '1 


4 




5 




34 


6 
















3 < 






21 

2.5 
3 
5 
4 

52 
1 

87 

1 

380 

6 

6 


5 
1 
1 


26 

26 

4 

5 

10 

177 

1 

168 

1 

559 

10 

12 


6 


01 


9 




IS 


10 




7 


! 1 








12 




3 


6 
125 

HI 

179 

4 
6 


1 
3 




21 

120 


13 




14 




15 




16 

2 

92 


163 

1 

494 

11 


7 


170 
1 

561 
13 
8 


106 


16 




1 
479 

ii 

12 i 


ir 


Falls 


67 
2 
1 


lv 




IS 




1 
1 
3 


20 




21 




16 
3 


2 
6 


"'is' 

9 


6 


i 

i 


6 

7 


29 
f 


22 




23 
24 
25 

26 
27 








1 
1 
2 

159 


13 

6 

4 

994 


4 

1 

1 

351 


17 

7 

5 

1,345 


23 

15 

1 

1,588 




23 

15 

2 

1,768 


24 






10 




l 

ISO 






1,223 


Total 




365 


1,851 


846 


2, 697 


2, 920 


319 


3, 239 


2,499 





ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



109 



Filipino, Porto Tiican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1910, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



h 


countries (enlisted men). 










Native troops (enlisted 


men). 




, 


Other countries and not stat 


ed. 

Total. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


I'orto 
Ricans. 


i illice 


1 

■ 

• 


White. 

— — 

19 


Colored. 


Color not 
stilted. 


White. 

is 
n 

27. 

04 

79 
1 
5 

29 
4 

11 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


elassili- 
cation. 




1 


20 

2S 

Kill 

149 

162 

10 

10 

27) 

19 

24 

3 

23 

79 


1 




19 
11 
26 
69 
S3 

5 

29 
4 

16 
1 

ll 

1 
66 


15 




11 

'.< 

50 
13 


1 




2."> 
144 
12S 
109 


1 


2 
16 






4 i 

9 ' 2 
167 10 

21 3 


2 




l 
2 

4 




3 




3 

1 


18 
52 

10 
1 
2 

1 


3 


4 
5 




70 


6 


> 


9 

19 
IS 
24 

&' 

68 








7 


4 




4 
1 

U 

77 


13 

1 
1 
5 
5 


20 
3 
3 


8 






9 






2 

1 




10 




1 
1 
1 


2 
2 
11) 




11 




3 
12 

1 
58 




IS 
13 


12 






13 










14 




50 

1 

445 




3 


7j3 

1 

482 

5 

3 

141 

20 

2 


8 




80 7 , 5 


15 








16 




2 


37) 


319 
1 
6 
1 
24 
3 
o 

18 

3 

1 

630 


11 i 1 


331 
1 
6 
1 
24 
4 
2 
20 
3 
1 

661 


304 1 49 

6 ! 1 
3 3 


148 
1 


17 

IS 




3 
119 
19 

2 








19 


i 


2 


20 

1 




20 




9 4 
T| 3 


6 
2 

1 

4 
o 


21 




1 




22 


1 






23 




27 
6 

1 
940 




3 
1 


30 

7 

1 

1,072 


i 


H 4 


24 










17 


1 , 


25 










20 


' 


15 117 


27 


1 


691 


127 


501 


27 


-• 


2,201 


31 297 


2,7)29 


1,332 


59 


85 


1,476 


1,452 251 1 

1 


829 





110 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. / 

Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, ichiti) 
RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
nationa) 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



8 
9 

10 

12 

14 

17 

18 

19a 

19b 

19c 

19d 

19e 

19f 

19g 

19h 

19i 

191 

19k 

191 

19111 

19ll 

19o 

iyp 

20a 

2i )b 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25a 

25b 

20 



Total ofniean annual strengths for the war period. 



Total United Stales Army. 



4.128.479 4,092,457 208,382 3,599,527 286,548 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases {excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all). 
Smallpox 



Measles. 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results. 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy. 



Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others). 

Chicken-pox 

Herman measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 
Mun 



[imps 



Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid U 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute. 

Trcnch'fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 



Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general. 

Aerogencs capsulatus infection . 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 



Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others). 
Pellagra 



Beriberi. 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



II. Tuberculosis. 



2sa Tuberculosis of lungs 

28b Suspected tuberculosis 

29 Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

30-35 Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



37 

38a 

38b 



38 

39-45 
40 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 



111 

Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection.. 
< ronocoocus infection . . 
Venereal (all) 



Venereal diseases. 



IV. General diseases (othirs). 



Rickets 

( lancer and ot her malignant 1 1 i mors 

Tumors, l>eni!ni 

Arthritis 

Clout 

Scurvy 

Diabetes, nielli tus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism!. 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



Total Total 

officers officers 

and and 

enlisted enlisted ' Total 

men, men. officers, 

including Ameri- 
uative can 

troops. troops. 



Total enlisted men American 

troops. \ 

Total I 
native 
troops. . 
White." Colored. Total. 



1 1ncludes total strength for "Other countries and not stated." 
Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



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0. 37 


0.24 


0.37 


0.24 


0.38 


0.06 


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.00 
3. 45 


.00 
2.12 


.00 
3.53 




.00 
3.52 




3.77 


3.00 


40. OS 


.21 


.20 


.05 


.17 


.71 


.21 


.67 


23. 79 


23.65 


4.72 


25. 01 


17.00 


24.66 


39. OS 


2.83 


2.85 


1.08 


3.05 


.34 


2.95 


.06 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.03 




2.64 


2.67 


1.56 


2.68 


.72 


2.72 


.06 


91.82 


191. 56 


138. 68 


Is,,. .Ml 


207. 46 


194. 35 


222. 4(1 


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1.11 




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.77 


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1.10 


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1.15 


1. 23 


5.33 


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.63 


.63 


.50 


.64 


.46 


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1.22 


1.23 


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1.29 


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1.27 


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1.24 


1.25 


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1.19 


2.28 


1.29 




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.44 


.43 


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.32 


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1.25 


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3. 19 


4.21 


4.16 


2.54 


4.50 


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4.25 


9.41 


1.17 


1.18 


.58 


1.09 


1.84 


1.21 


.14 


55.80 


56.12 


11.99 


49. 99 


134. 75 


58. 47 


18.70 


.03 


.03 


.06 


.03 


.02 


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.02 
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.02 
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. 19 


.20 




.02 


.02 


.09 


.02 




.02 




8. 61 


8.59 


2.87 


8.59 


12. 58 


8.89 


11.19 


4. 93 


4.06 


.95 


5.35 


2.87 


5.17 


7v 


1.24 


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.81 


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35.39 


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.(Kl 
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6. 04 




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.IK) 
2.18 


1.97 


6.00 


6.14 


5.07 


6.21 


1.01 


8.05 


8.00 


5.23 


7.76 


11.85 


8. 15 


14. 10 


.60 


.61 


.41 


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1.31 


.62 


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1.52 


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9.35 


9.30 


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8.90 


14.97 


9.4S 


14.88 


16.24 


16.25 


4.36 


12.63 


64.99 


16.88 


14.49 


9.46 


9.47 


LSI 


7.45 


34. 68 


9.88 


7.52 


61.02 


61.30 


9.82 


49.54 


231.95 


61.03 


28. 45 


86.71 


87.02 


15.99 


69. 62 


331.62 


90.79 


50.46 


.24 


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.21 


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.15 


.15 


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.14 


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1.61 


1.61 


1.38 


1.61 


1.44 


1.62 


2.03 


8. U 


8.19 


3. 55 


7.69 


15.13 


S. 44 


2.75 


.02 


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.00 

. 17 


.09 


.02 
.00 

.16 


.01 

.00 
.13 


.02 

.00 
.16 




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. 17 


.40 


.08 


1.70 


1.71 


.34 


1.85 


.83 


1.78 


.lis 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 




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ADMISSIONS — OFFICEBS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 
•colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, l'J19, inclusive. 

) RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Ill 



' : United States Army in United States (including Alaska!. 



121,206 



Officers. 



0. U 
.111 

2.01 
.117 

6.54 

1.39 
. OS 

1.45 
lit. 01 



1,065,297 145,826 2,111,123 

Enlisted men. 



While. 



0. 



4.89 

.2a 

40. 9 S 

4.47 

.04 

2.84 

242. 02 



Colored. 



0.31 



Total. 



0. 



:s. 88 

1.36 

27. 71 

.00 

. 05 

.87 

260. 51 



4. 82 i 

.37 

40. 116 

4.20 

.04 

2.70 

244. 27 



2,235,389 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted. 

men. 



11. 24 

.00 

4.70 

.35 

38. 20 

4.04 

.04 

2. 03 

23S. 70 






United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 

I 
1,469,650 122,412 1,592,06^ 1,005,796 



Enlisted men. 



Total 
officers 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



() Ulcers. 








ami 
enlisted 




While. 


'olored. 


Total. 


men. 


(1. 37 


0. 53 


n. 19 


11.54 


0.53 


.si 


. (7 


.61 


. 50 


.57 


.ill 


.111 


.114 


.01 


.01 


1.68 


5.12 


5.46 


5. 68 


5.50 


. 62 


1.33 


.07 


1.46 


1.42 


.113 


.01 


,nl 


. (12 


.112 


1.X6 


2.67 


.011 


2.97 


2. 92 


132. 15 


119.92 


152. 10 


137.38 


137. 15 



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111 
12 
14 

17 

IS 

19a 
lOli 
19c 
19(1 
L9e 
19f 
198 
P'l, 
191 
I'M 

1 9k 

191 

19m 

1911 

19o 

Hip 

20a 

201) 

20C 

23 
24 

25a 
251, 
26 



.86 



.64 



.90 



. 66 



1.34 



1.59 



1.60 



.65 
.64 



.86 
.03 
.42 
3. 82 
.56 
13.26 
.114 
.02 



.03 
4.51 
1.55 
.57 
.08 



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.95 
1. 511 

.02 
J. 86 

. (15 

.48 

7. SO 

1.25 

59. 78 

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.1)1) 

.02 
.01 
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15.30 
9. 57 
.77 
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.00 
.01 
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.65 

.52 

.1)3 

3.81 

. 12 

1.47 

1.07 

2.35 

154. 15 

.02 



.03 



21.42 
5. 56 
2.78 

.1)6 



.01 

.111 



.93 
1.44 

.02 

1.99 

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. 55 

7.43 

1.33 

60. 31 

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.02 

.01 

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15. 94 

9. 29 

.91 

.05 

.00 

. 01 

.05 



.91 
1.39 

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1.93 

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.54 

7.23 

1.29 

63.36 

.111 

.00 

.02 

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.01 

15.30 

s. SO 

.89 

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.00 

.00 

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.43 
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. 15 
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. 18 
.42 
.61 
10.48 
.09 
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.73 
.18 

. 19 
.01 
. 12 

.07 



.20 
1.13 
.01 
.411 
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.14 
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.94 
39.16 
.05 
.03 
.01 
.35 
.01 
. 25 

.08 
.12 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 



.30 
.18 



.02 

1.06 

. 10 

1.38 

122.72 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.02 



.09 
.05 
.08 
.01 



.30 
1. Is 

.01 
.40 
.04 
.24 
.34 
1. 13 
50. 93 
.06 
.03 
.01 
.40 
.04 
. 26 
.09 
. 13 
.06 
.00 
.01 
.03 



1. 



30 
. 15 
.01 
. 45 
.01 
.23 
. 35 
1. 11 
49.14 
.06 
.03 
.111 
.47 
.05 

. (Is 
. 13 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 



.01 
.III 



.111 
.34 



0. 90 
.31 
.01 
.39 

7.61 



, 


3.32 


! " 


. .ii 


! 


5. 34 


) 


9.24 


i 






.o: 


i 


.27 


i 


1 63 


5 


3.11 




.06 


A 


.43 


• 


.30 


.02 




.01 



. Ill 

.03 
.03 
.05 



.01 
.04 

. 10 



.01 
.113 
.1)3 
.00 



8. 12 



12.14 
.43 
.04 
.76 

13.3 7 



17. 70 

7. 50 

75. 81 

1D1. 12 



.40 
.18 
1.88 

s. 63 

.02 

.00 

22 

:)'. 04 

.01 

.00 



4.96 



.01 
.03 
.03 
.05 
.00 
7. 59 





.011 
1. 12 


.01 
.91 


. on 
I. 21 


.00 


. 35 


1. 17 


.03 


.1)1 


.1)1 


.1)1 


.01 




.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


1.97 


3.91 


5.09 


4. 48 


4. 37 



17 


50 




94 




14 


1 


94 


20. 52 


111 


09 


40 


39 


12 1 


10 


581 


1 



.36 
.13 
1.93 

19.54 
.01 



. II 
1. 49 



12.51 
.46 



.84 
13. s7 



24.21 

10. 19 

99. 93 

134. 33 



.40 
.18 
l.SS 
9. 39 
.02 
.0(1 
.21 
2.93 
.01 
.01 



12. 20 


2.60 


.45 


.04 


.05 


.IB 


.82 


.28 


13. 52 


3. 55 


23. 05 


6.16 


9. 05 


3. 91 


94. 67 


17. 05 


27. 37 


27. 71 


.38 


.04 


.IS 


.21) 


1.87 


.98 


9.04 


4. 50 


. 03 


.09 


.(X) 




.22 


.34 


2.78 


. 45 


.1)1 




.01 





2.43 


6.39 


.70 ! 


1.93 


.04 


.50 


.35 


1.15 


3.52 


9.97 


5.90 


16.66 


6.06 


20. 52 


15. 95 


20. 27 


27.91 


57. 45 


.07 


.06 


.09 


.07 


.73 


.95 


6. 93 


11.74 


.00 .. 




.00 


.01 


.10 


.12 


.45 


. 17 


.00 




.00 


.01 



2.91 
.86 

.(is 

.44 

4.33 



7. 68 

8. IS 
IS. 78 
34. 64 



.07 

.no 

. si 

7.78 

.01 
.01 

. 11 
. It 

.00 
.011 



.85 




28b 


.08 




29 


.43 


3'l 


-35 


4. 29 






7.61 




37 


7.99 




38a 


IS. 73 




38b 


31.33 






.07 




36 


. 10 


3! 


-45 


.82 




46 


7.63 




48a 


.01 




ISO 


.01 




49 


. 12 




.50 


.44 




51a 


.oo 




511) 



112 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored!] 

RATIOS PER 1,00(1. < 



Inter- 
national 

classi- 
fication 

No. 



Total of moan annual strengths for the war period. 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

s 

9 

10 I 
12 I 
II 

17 
18 

19a 

mti 

19c 
19d 
19e 
191 
19k 
191) 
1 '.<■ 
I9i 
19k 

191 

19m 
19n 

19n 

19|, 

2( la 

2111. 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25a 

25b 

26 

27 

47 



28a 
2Kb 

29 
30-35 



37 

3sa 

3sb 

36 

39-45 
46 
tv> 
4-1. 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 



Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

"Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results. 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy. 



Erysipclis 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) . . . 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

l'nlinmyelit is, anterior, acute 

Trench' fever. 



Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination . 
Vaccinia 



Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerngenes capsiilalus infection. 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench font 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 



Beriberi . 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



It. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis. . . . 
Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal disen*. 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection . 
C.onococcus infection . 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Rickets 



Cancer and other malignant tumors. 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 



(■out 

Scurvy 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism .. 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



American troops in other ( 



8,3SS 16,995 4,456 21,451 

Philippine Islands.'' 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



White. 



0.4S 



5.84 
.12 

4.41 
.36 



25. 48 

.65 

6.30 

.53 



.60 

10S. 25 



. 12 
2.15 

.72 
6.44 

.12 



.18 

62. OS 

.59 

8.94 



.53 
.06 



1. 12 

.47 
.94 



.12 

1.79 



2.29 

1.35 

80.91 



.12 

3. 58 



3. SI 

1.79 

7.39 

12.99 



.36 
1.19 
1.67 



. I- 



6.35 
.41 
.06 
.41 

7.24 



35. 84 
04. 44 
79.97 
1M1. 14 



Colored. Total. 



.06 
.35 



.12 

.24 



. 12 
.35 



46.23 
"\*45" 



104.35 
""2.92' 



2.69 

ii.66 



1.35 



2. 92 



.90 
3.82 



32.09 
103.01 
102. 56 
237.66 



.22 

2.69 
2.47 



& Includes troops in China. 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1 , 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



113 



roimtnes (ci 


listed men) 
3,319 


19,480 












Native t 
18,576 

Filipinos. 

0. 05 


roops (enlisted men). 
5,615 11,831 




16,161 


19,0sS 


14,23/2 

Other 
countries 

not stated. <■ 


97,498 


10,535 


108,033 




y~ 


Hawaii. 
Colored. 




Panama. 
White. 




Transports. 




Hawaiian*. 


Porto 
Rleans. 


Inter- 
national 

classi- 
fication 
No. 


White. 


Total. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




V 

\< 3. 09 




2. 57 




2.88 

.07 
2.04 

.63 
19. 75 
2.25 

.07 

2.04 

419.06 

.07 
9.70 


0.01 




0. 01 




0. OS 


1 


1 






2 


1.48 
p 




1.23 


S8.34 


1.59 
.03 

14.12 

2.11 

.01 

1.07 

78.75 


1.33 

.09 

10.73 

.09 


1.58 
.04 
13.83 
1.92 
.01 
.99 
82.62 


45. 38 

1.24 

6.84 

.05 


0.18 


50.72 

.08 

92.54 


4 


10.46 


12.05 


10.73 
.62 


6.15 
. 10 


33.13 

.18 


6 

7 






S 








.97 
166.18 


.28 
113.05 


.05 
135. 51 
.32 
5.98 
.05 
.05 

.11 


.IS 
187. 35 


375.'5l' 


9 


62.62 


55.14 


61.35 


10 
12 


.'26' 




.21 


1.42 


.33 


.66 


.36 


. 18 
.53 


6.76 


14 






17 


S .06 




. 05 


.46 


1.05 

. 77 


.33 

.05 
.01 
.14 




.31 

.06 
.01 
.16 


IS 


' 




.09 




19a 












19b 


r.:::::::::: 








3.23 
.07 
.49 
4.57 
1.55 
145. (Hi 
.42 

!07 

.07 


.28 






19c 






.05 


.86 
4.74 
3.12 

.05 
27. 13 




19d 


1 A2 


2.11 

.30 

.30 

32.24 


.40 

2.41 

.15 

17.20 


.13 

1.40 

.52 

24.41 


.57 

.19 

1.23 

79.26 


.18 
1.28 

.59 
30.02 


1.42 

4.27 

.36 

7.66 


1.61 

21.72 

.17 

10.90 


19e 


2.85 

.12 

14.11 


.46 

. 25 

4.17 


19f 
19g 
195 

19i 














19j 


:.::::::::: 












19k 














191 














19m 


14.23 

.87 
.31 


6.33 


12. S9 
.72 
.20 


2.08 

. 36 

3. 91 


4^43 

1.83 
.07 


1.56 
2.48 

.07 
.01 




1.41 

2.29 

.07 

.01 


4.63 

.65 

27. 40 

.05 


3.03 
.71 
.36 


25. 36 

1.01 

64. 58 


19n 


.47 
.09 


19o 




19p 




20a 














201) 


| 















20c 


1 






.07 


.02 
.01 




.02 
.01 






.OS 


22 


I 






:::::::::::: 






23 


.06 




.05 






.05 




24 


1. 






3.02 


.04 
.01 
.02 




.04 
.01 
.02 




25a 


. 








.16 


■ IS 


-os' 

4.99 
2. 62 

9.13 
. 25 

.42 
9. SO 

25. 69 
12.59 
31.36 
69.64 

.08 

.17 

2.45 

4. 65 


25b 












26 












.54 

1.45 

15.61 

!l6 

.49 
16.53 

10.50 
5.76 
20.35 
36.61 

.11 

.05 

2.05 

1.40 


.30 


■»- 


.93 
l 


1.21 
3.31 


.98 

4.77 
72 


1.73 
1.57 


10.68 

8.36 

.77 

.21 

.91 

10.26 

53. 40 

83.70 
197.80 
334. 89 

.14 

.21 

62.33 

14.83 


1.84 

1.61 
. 05 
.01 
.19 

1.87 

2.57 

3.21 

14.98 

20.77 

.03 

.05 

.18 
1..54 
.01 


1.71 

3.51 
.19 
.09 
.57 

4.37 

5.03 
6.36 
29.14 
40.53 


1.83 

1.82 
.06 
. 02 
.23 

2.14 

2.83 
3.55 
16. 43 
22. 81 

.03 

.o:, 
.17 
1.62 
.01 


47 


19.59 

.IS 

.36 
20.13 

4.10 

2.67 

49.16 

55.92 

.18 

.18 

1.07 

3.21 


28a 










. 19 
, 6.13 

F 

k 7. SS 

6.37 

36.39 

y 50.30 


.60 
3. 92 

14. 16 

6.63 
37.36 
58.15 


. 26 

5. 75 

8.68 

6.42 

36. 55 

51.64 


.20 
1.78 

14.07 
31.18 
43.53 
88.78 

.15 

.31 

2.18 

2.18 


30-35 

37 

38a 

38b 


:« 




1.51 

3.31 


.15 

1.95 

3.44 

. 05 




39-45 


L 2.04 

f 3.47 

.06 






2. 09 


48a 
48b 






.07 
.56 
1.05 












fV .06 


1 

! 


.05 
.21 


.05 
.10 


.02 

.18 




.02 
.17 


. 05 
.11 


.IS 


.08 
.08 
.08 


50 


I -v .25 




51a 








k~. 










52a 



Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



114 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officer* and enlisted men, white, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Tolal United Slates Army. 



Cause. 



IV. General diseases (ojfters) — Continued. 



Acromegaly. 



52b A 

53a , l.i 

531) ' Hodgkin's disease 

ss ] Goiter, simple 

lit; Spleen, diseases of 

53c i Other diseases ofthe ductless glands. 

51 Anemia, chlorosis 

55a Hemophilia 

55b Obesity 

55c Purpura 

55d Muscular rheumatism 

55e General diseases (others) 

56a : Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

.".till Drug addiction. 



Poisoning, chronic. 



V. N£TV0U3 system, diseases of {all). 



60 
HI 

62 
63a 

(Mb 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

71b 

74c 

71d 

71c 

71f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73,1 

7)g 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others | . 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 



Neurosis 

Neurocirculatory asthenia [disordered action of the heart ). 
Shell-shock (cause not given) 



Chorea. 



67 

68a 

68b 

68c 

68d 

h~> 

681 

>'>_' 

rtsh 
68i 



7oa 
75a 
75b 
75c 
75d 
75e 
751 

7'.,' 



"51 
75k 
751 



75o 

7.--I 
75q 
75r 



Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted} . 

Neural ia " 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Mental alienation . 

General paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states 

Mental deficiency ' 

Malingering 

Dementia pnr. cox 

l'sychasthenia 

l'sychoneurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 

V 1 1. Eyes and thtir annixa, diseases of. 

Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

I 1 1 Defective vision (cause not stated) 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis 



Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

Glaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of. 



Total 


Tolal 




Total enlisted men 






officers 

and 
enlisted 


officers 

and 
enlisted 


Total 




troops. 




Total 






native, 
troops;'' 


men. 


men, 


officers. 








including 

native 


Ameri- 
can 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


troops. 


troops. 










* 


0.01 


0. 01 
.01 


0. 01 
.02 


O.ot 
.01 


o.oi 

.01 


0.01 
.01 


■ 


.01 


0.1)3' 


.112 


.02 
.36 


. 02 

.07 


.02 
.38 


.03 
.21 


.02 
.3S 




.36 


.03 


.02 


.02 


. 02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.(V.L 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.05 


.02 


.05 


.O.r 


.15 


.14 


. 16 


.14 


.11 


.14 


1.23 


. 1 12 


.02 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.02 




.04 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.06 


.01 


■ 


.07 


.07 


.50 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.0:1 


2. 03 


2.94 


1.41 


2.79 


3.01 


3.02 


2.03... 


1.2S 


1.29 


.54 


1.28 


1.16 


1.33 


.251 


1.29 


1.30 


1.27 


1.33 


.50 


1.30 


.50, 


.62 


. 63 


. is 


.65 


.70 


.65 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.03 


.08 


.04 


.19 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.01 


.02 


W 


.12 


.12 


.05 


.11 


.22 


. 13 


.034 


.06 


.06 


.09 


. 05 


.08 


. 05 


.03] 


.06 


.06 


.02 


.06 


.05 


.06 


.0:1 


.15 


.15 


.06 


.16 


.14 


.16 


.11. 


.10 


.10 


.12 


.08 


.18 


.09 


.IN 


.07 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.()•; 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


. 


.27 


. 27 


• IS 


.27 


.27 


.28 


.2s 


2.13 


2.13 


.25 


2.09 


3.85 


2.23 


1.42 


.03 


.03 


.00 


.03 


. 05 


.03 




2.17 


2. IS 


4. 32 


2.10 


.93 


2.07 


.7S 


.73 


.73 


.02 


.76 


.SI 


. 1 1 


.0:1 


.20 


.20 


.18 


.21 


.15 


.20 


.(ty 


1.06 


1.07 


.32 


1.05 


1.63 


1.11 


.Off 


.01 


. 05 


1.16 


.91 


.09 


.91 


.03 


.OS 


.OS 


.00 


.09 


.03 


.OS 


.11 


1.52 


1.53 


.74 


1.51 


1.5s 


1.57 


1.12 


1.35 


1.35 


1.07 


1.28 


1.S5 


1.36 


1.50 


1.49 


1. 50 


2.32 


1.36 


2.10 


1.45 


1.22* 


.05 


. 05 


.01 


.05 


.09 


.05 


1 


1.33 


1.33 


2. 22 


1.25 


1.27 


1.2S 


1.03 


.07 


.07 
1.28 


.12 
. 12 


.07 
1.36 


.OS 
.61 


.07 
1.32 




1.27 


f 

.06 


3.17 


3.19 


.06 


3.11 


6.16 


3.36 


.44 


.18 


.18 


.01 


.18 


.26 


.19 


.28* 


1.52 


1.53 


.21 


1.61 


1.22 


1.60 


1.1! •' 


.20 


.20 


.54 


.19 


.03 


.19 


.06 


1.91 


1.03 


1.95 


1.96 


1.10 


1.93 


.03 , 


. It 


.11 


.12 


.13 


.05 


.15 


.03 1 


.50 


.51 


.63 


. 50 


.42 


. 50 


.06 


.SI 


.81 


.76 


.79 


.72 


.SI 


.58 


1.72 


1.73 


.83 


1.79 


1.06 


1.7S 


\ 

.11 ' 


.64 


.64 


.45 


.67 


.24 


.65 


.03 


.33 


.33 


.16 


.35 


.15 


.34 


I 


.39 


.39 


.10 


.40 


.40 


.41 


.06' 


.36 


.36 


.13 


.37 


.27 


.37 


.03 


.19 


.19 


.OS 


.20 


.14 


.19 


.03. 


.04 


.04 


.01 


.03 


.10 


.01 


.06' 


.09 


.09 


.05 


.08 


.18 


.09 


.11 


.54 


.53 


.07 


.58 


.22 


.56 


.86 


3.83 


3.79 


2. 39 


3.75 


3.89 


3.87 


8.41 


.25 


.25 


.20 


.24 


.30 


.25 


.94 


.25 


.25 


. 06 


.27 


.21 


.26 


.22a 


.03 


.03 




.03 


.OS 


.03 


.IK 


.16 


. 16 


.07 


.15 


.27 


.16 


.08 


.47 


.48 


.54 


.43 


.82 


.47 


.221 


.71 


.71 


.51 


.64 


1.39 


.72 


.78 


.14 


.11 


.12 


. 13 


.15 


.14 


.28 


.02 
.07 


.02 
.07 




.02 
.05 


.02 
.23 


.02 
.07 




. 14 


.06' 


.43 


.43 


.13 


.44 


.36 


.45 


1.00 


.00 


00 




.00 


.00 


.00 




.92 


.92 


.63 


.88 


1 39 


.94 


.75 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTHY. 



115 



Filipino, Potio Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. •>'/, 1919, inclusivt — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United Slates Army in United States (including Alaska). 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




Total 
officers 
and ' Officers. 

enlisted. 
men. 



Enlisted men. 



Willie 



Colored. 



Total. 



Inter- 
national 
Total ..lassili- 
officers cation 

and N „, 

enlisted 

men. 



n. ill 
.ill 
.112 
. 53 
.10 
.1)7 
.18 
.02 
. (Hi 
. 11 
3.31 
1.78 
1.42 
1. 11 
.05 



.02 
.11 

.IIS 

. Ill 

.23 
.13 

.07 
.03 
.38 
3. 211 
. 05 
2. (is 
1. 15 
25 
L21 
.05 
. 13 
LSI 
1. 80 
1.74 
.OS 
1. 93 



.10 
1. 82 
5.18 
.25 
2.38 
.24 
1. tili 
. 17 
.70 
.05 



.59 
.31 
.44 

. 52 
.27 
.05 
.11 
.84 

4.92 
.32 
.30 
. 115 
.19 
.56 
.79 
. IS 
.03 
. 10 
.51 
.IK) 

1. 12 



.111 
.03 
.01 
. 117 
.1)1 

.26 



1. 23 


1. 17 


1. 89 


.12 


.111 


.OS 


.07 


.04 


.01 


.08 


.15 


.12 


"". 19 


. 14 


.111 


4.S2 


.04 


.2s 


.lis 


2.98 


""i.VilV 


.'.11 


.01 


.94 


.05 


. 12 


.04 


.01 


.14 


. 53 


4.18 


. 22 


04 


1. 22 


1. 27 


.70 


.23 


. It 


.01 


.01 


.117 


.113 


2. 02 


.09 


.118 


.05 


. 53 


.50 


.09 


"'.'lii' 


. 11 




. .V, 



11.111 

.01 
.01 
. 16 
.no 
.03 
.IIS 
.01 
.01 
.04 
2. 59 
.71 
.82 
.04 
.02 



.02 
. 15 
.02 
.01 
.06 
.04 
.1)9 
.01 
.14 
. ss 
.111 

1. II 
.20 

1. 112 

2. 24 



1. 19 

.111 



.01 
. 07 
. 85 
.09 
.49 
.13 

2.41 
.10 
. 26 

1.115 



1. 65 
.73 
.38 
.35 
.18 
.09 
.02 
.06 
.18 

2. 43 

'. 13 
.02 
. 12 
.37 
.67 
.08 
.01 
.03 
.28 
.00 
.72 



0. 01 


52b 


■ 111 


53a 


.111 


531) 


. 16 


SS 


.(III 


116 


.02 


53c 


.09 


54 


.01 


55a 


.01 


551) 


.03 


.-,;,(• 


2. 53 


55(1 


.73 


55e 


.86 


■56a 


.04 


561) 


.02 


57-59 


.02 


60 


. 15 


61 


.02 


62 


.01 


63a 


.06 


63b 


. 05 


64 


.09 


(Mia 


.01 


66b 


. 11 


66c 


. 85 


69 


.01 


7ta 


1. 56 


711) 


. 19 


74c 


. 15 


74(1 


1.01 


74e 


2. 27 


74 f 


. 112 


72 


1. 24 


73a 


7li 


73b 


1. 25 


73c 


.01 


73d 


.60 


7»g 


.lit 


67 


. 66 


68a 


.82 


681) 


.09 


68c 


.47 


6s 1 


. 15 


Use. 


2.49 


6sr 


. U 


68g 


.28 


681) 


1.00 


6Si 


1. 63 


75a 


.74 


75a(l) 


.38 


75a(2) 


.34 


75a(3) 


.17 


75a(4) 


.09 


75b 


.02 


7.5c 


.06 


75d 


. 17 


75e 


2.41 


7.if 


. 15 


75g 


. 13 


75b 


.02 


?5i 


.12 


751 


.38 


75k 


.66 


751 


.08 


75m 


,n| 


75n 


.113 


*oo 


.28 


J5p 


.00 


75q 


.71 


75r 



,:: 'j- 



116 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 



IV. Gimntl diseases (others) i ontfnued. 



52b 
53a 
53b 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 

55b 
55c 
55d 

55e 
56a 

56b 
57-59 



60 
61 



Acromegaly 

Leucemia 

Hodgkin 's disease 

(i oiler, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

( >ther diseases of the ductless glands. 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 



Obesity. 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic). 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 



62 

63a 

63b I 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others). 
Apoplexy 



Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia.. 

Paralysis without specified cause (others). 
Epilepsy. 



Jacksonian epilepsy. 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 



Neurosis 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart i 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea- 



Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted) 
Neuralgia 

Neuritis. 



Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of. 



VI. Mental alienation. 



67 General paralvis of the insane 

68a | Constitutional psychopathic states. 

68b Mental deficiency 

68c Malingering 

68d Dementia prsecox 

68e Psychasthenic 

6sf Psycboneurosis 

68g Psychosis, alcoholic 

68h Psychosis, manic-depressive 

6m Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their anneia, diseases of. 



75a 
, .".a 
75a 
75a 
75a 
75b 
75c 
75d 
75 e 
75f 

& 

75i 

7.->l 
75m 



7:,| 



Refractive errors (all).. . 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision, 
Strabismus 



cause not stated. 



Leucoma. 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others). 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iriti; 



Keratitis. . . 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus. 



Glaucoma. 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of. 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



.48 
.12 
1.67 
.12 



3.47 

.24 

18. 12 

.29 

. 24 



.IS 

.06 
.35 

.06 
.12 
.06 
.41 
.94 



Colored. 



4. 05 

.24 



3.71 
.47 
.06 
.06 



.12 
.4s 
.83 



. is 

.77 

2. 59 

.94 



1.29 



.36 
.60 



. 4S 
.72 

.48 



.24 
.48 



.4S 
.36 



.IS 
.35 
.29 
.06 
.35 



.47 

.29 
.06 
.29 



1.67 

.24 
.12 



.06 

.41 

3.59 

.41 

.08 



. 12 
.24 



.Oti 
.41 
.47 
. 12 



.12 



Total. 



0. 22 



3.S2 
.90 

6.9X 
.22 
.22 



1.12 
3. 59 



.67 

4. 26 

.67 



.45 

.22 

.45 

2.47 

"."22 

".'22' 
.22 



. 15 
. 16 



.22 

1.12 



.67 
. 15 



0.19 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



117 



Filipino, Porto Mean, and Hawaiian, Apr. I, 1.917, to Dec. 81, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 




Transports. 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Total. White. 



3. 22 


2.41 


2.17 


.90 


.5. 69 


1.51 


.25 




.12 





.06 
. 12 



2. 10 



.30 
.30 

Yoi" 



Colored. Total. 



Filipinos. Hawaiian. ,££* 



0.67 
".05' 



(I. 05 
.20 



3.0S 

1.95 

4. 98 

.21 

.10 



1.63 



6. 30 
.20 



.14 
.42 
.07 
.07 



0.01 
.01 
.01 

.01 
.05 



9. .50 

1.48 

7.4.5 

. 14 



0. 09 



0.01 
.03 
. 02 
.01 
.05 



0.05 
".38" 



01 




.01 


.86 


1.14 


.88 


. 05 


.19 


.06 


.13 




.12 


.04 


.09 


.0.5 


.01 




.01 



2.42 
.11 
.27 



. 0.5 
. 10 



.10 
.05 
.05 



.07 
.14 
.07 
.07 
. 3.5 
.28 
.35 



.06 
.01 
.02 



.06 
.02 
.02 



. 05 
. 0.5 



. 1.5 


.20 


.42 


.51 


.91 


2.39 








.72 


7.82 


3. 30 


2. 26 


.56 


.91 


.05 


.20 


.14 



.01 
.06 
.71 
.01 
.26 
. It 
.00 



.28 
1.04 



.01 
. 09 
.74 
01 
.2.5 
.13 
.06 



. 16 
.32 



.18 
.71 
1.07 



. is 
. IS 



.08 
3. 30 



2. 03 
.08 
1. 10 











.49 


.03 
.02 
.33 
.41 
.23 


..57 
. 19 
. 09 


. 0.5 
.02 




. is 
. 18 
1.07 
.30 










. 10 

1.07 
1.07 
1. 93 


2.5 


.74 
1.73 
1.05 


.90 

LSI 
.60 


. 77 
1.7.5 
. 98 


2.25 
4. 1.5 
3.79 
. 14 
1.90 


. 35 
.42 
.21 


. 32 
.70 
1.0S 


3.72 
2.96 
1.88 


.93 
.06 


.30 


. 82 

.05 
.31 
1.39 
. 36 

. 0.5 
. 1.5 
. 0.5 
. 10 
.67 

1. 13 

.07 

:? 5 


1.63 

.15 
.36 
. 66 
. 36 
1.47 

."25' 

.46 
.20 
.97 

:Ii 


.2.5 

.01 
. 16 
. 17 
.OS 
.23 
. 02 
.10 
.07 
.13 
.33 

. 11 

. 0.5 
.03 
.02 
.01 


. 19 


.24 

.01 
. 19 
. 16 
.08 
. 22 
.02 
. 09 
.06 
. 12 


1.3.5 

. 05 
. 22 
!l6 

.92 
. 11 


.71 
i.60 


.6S 


.37 


1.55 
4.08 
. .56 
1.55 
.63 
. 35 
.49 
..56 
.35 

6.96 

3. 23 

.98 

2.11 

.63 

.56 

.07 
.56 
9.91 
.49 
. 14 
. 14 


.OS 

25 


1.30 


1.81 

.60 
.30 




.31 


.09 
.19 


. 59 


.87 
.08 


1.2.5 


1.44 


. 19 
.06 




.08 


. 12 






.62 


.90 

.90 
.30 
.60 


. 3.5 

. 11 

. 05 


. 22 

. 11 
.05 


1.07 


.93 
. 17 


1.18 


.09 
.'66" 


.74 
.25 






.19 


.03 
.01 


. 0.5 




.08 
















.IS 
. 18 




.19 




. 1.5 
. 0.5 
. 10 
4.47 
. 1.5 
. 10 


.05 
. 0.5 
.20 
3. 86 
.66 


.06 






.08 


. 06 




.01 
.03 
.93 
.01 
.05 


. 11 
1..51 
9. SO 
1.13 


.12 


.03 
.92 
.01 
. 0.5 
.01 
.0.5 
. 11 
. 12 
.04 


.9.5 
.09' 


4.81 
.36 

.18 




4.08 
. 19 

. 12 


6. 33 


7. 94 
.93 
.59 
.17 
.25 
59 






.37 




.31 
.s-_> 
.67 
.31 
. 0.5 
. 10 
1. 13 


. 10 
.91 
.46 
.41 
.10 






.74 


1.21 
.60 


. 30 


. 3.5 
.28 
.28 
.07 
.14 
1.34 


.11 ... 




.18 
1.60 
.18 


.'.* 


. 11 
.M 
.01 ... 


.32 

.22 


1.10 
.42 


.37 
.06 


.09 


.12 










.17 
1.52 


1.30 


.97 


.12 


.09 


.12 


.81 


.53 






1.0a 


. 36 


1.26 


.1.5 




. 14 


.32 


1.42 


1.10 



Inter- 
tiational 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



.25 

.OS 
.08 



2. 03 

.OS 

.os 

.08 



521) 
.53a 
53b 
88 
116 
.53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
.56b 
57-59 



60 

61 

62 

63;> 

63b 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

741) 

74c 

74d 

74c 

74f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 



67 

68a 

68b 

68c 

68d 

68e 

6Sf 

6V 

68fi 

681 



75a 

75a(l) 

75.1 2, 

7.5a 3 

75a(4) 

75b 

75C 

75d 

::,<■ 

::.f 

75e 

7.5h 

7.5 i 

-si 

7.51 

7.5)1) 

7.5 n 

7.5o 

7.5P 

7.5.! 



118 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 
Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PEE 1,000. 



Total United States Army. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



76a 
76b 
76c 
7i«l 

70e 



VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

otitis media 

Mastoiditis . 

Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated ) 

Ear, other diseases of 



Total Total 

officers officers 

and and 

enlisted enlisted 

men, men, 

including Amori- 

nativo can 

troops. troops. 




IX. Nasal fossx, diseases of. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

sog Perforated nasal septum 

son Rhinitis (cause net stated) 

80i Nasal fossa-, ether diseases of 



Mia 
88b 

Slk: 
Slid 
86e 
siif 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



sTa Laryngitis, acute catarrhal.. 

S7b Larynx, other diseases of. . .. 

100a Tonsillitis, auite 

lnob Tonsillitis, chronic 

HKic Tonsils, focal infection from, 

lood Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 

liMie Pharynx, other diseases ef... 



79a 

79a 
79a 
79a 
79a 

TO;, 

79a 
79a 
79a 
79b 

79o 

79d 

Tile 

so 

sla 

Rib 

81c 

81d 

82 

s3a 

83b 

83c 

83d 

84s 

Sib 

s;>a 

s.",b 

S5c 

s'»l 

83e 

*->;' 
s.-.g 
85h 



89-90 
91 

sua 
93a 

Oil) 

93c 
95 

9B 
97 

98 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 

Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Annie- insufficiency 

(2) Aortie stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

ill Mitral stenosis — *. 

I 5 i Combined lesions, iuiiral aortie 

(ii) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis. 



Arteries, ether diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

lie morrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 

XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 

Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho- d 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative 

Pleurisy, serofibrinous 

Pleura," other diseases of 

Gangrene of lungs 

Ast hma 

Pulmonary emphysema 

Lungs, other diseases of 



9.24 
. 43 
.39 
. 13 
,33 



.23 
2. i9 

.UU 
. 22 
2.31 
. 13 
.Lit 
9.84 
2. 23 



4.54 

.02 

42. 73 

0.12 

.05 

12.95 

1.70 



.09 
.09 

4.21 
.42 
.07 

2. (ill 



9. 2S 
.43 
.29 
.13 
.33 



.23 

2.20 

.00 

.21 

2. 32 

.13 

.01 

9 87 

2. 27 



4.56 

.02 

43.02 

0.17 

.05 

12.99 

1.71 



.09 
.09 

4. 23 
.42 
.07 

2. Ill 



.20 
5. 53 



Toi al enlisted men , American 
t roops . 



White. 



Colored. 



Tolal. 



5.40 

.02 

32. si 

13. 09 

.10 

12.95 

3.30 



.05 
. 115 
1.27 
.13 
.02 
. SO 

.18 



9 58 


5.25 


.44 


.28 


.30 


.09 


.13 


. 15 


.33 


.22 


.21 


.06 


2.16 


.17 


.00 




.21 


.08 


2.13 


1.86 


. 13 


,0S 


.01 


,00 


10. 03 


7.21 


2.23 


3.34 


4.54 


2.40 



43. 97 

6. 00 

.04 

12. s7 
1.60 



.08 
.09 

4.21 
.42 
.07 

2.5S 



94 

31. 25 

2.14 

.00 

9. 02 

.62 



.14 
,13 

6.111 

.51 

.09 

4.03 

1.11 



.13 
.34 



.2:; 

2.U3 
.00 
.29 

2.17 
.13 
.01 

9.91 

2, 32 



4.52 

.92 

43. 57 

5.77 

.01 

12.99 

1.02 



.09 
. 10 

4.3s 
.411 
.07 

2.71 
.si 



.09 


. 09 


. 05 


.09 


.09 


.09 


. 00 


. 00 




.00 




.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


. 25 


. 25 


.08 


. 25 


. 2l) 


. 25 


.28 


.28 


.13 


.27 


.50 


.29 


. 15 


.15 


.20 


. 11 


.15 


.11 


.75 


.75 


9i, 


.09 


1.23 


.71 


.45 


.45 


.14 


.45 


. 65 


. 17 


.09 


.09 


. 13 


.(Is 


. 12 


.OS 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.02 


. 05 


.02 


. 13 


.13 


. 50 


. 10 


.17 


. 11 


.01 


. Ill 


02 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.01 


01 


.01 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.05 


.05 


. 11 


. 05 


. 05 


.05 


7.07 


7. 11 


7.56 


6.66 


9.61 


7.09 


2.70 


2.72 


1,00 


2. 91 


1.06 


2.81 


1. 1:, 


1.46 


63 


1. 54 


.76 


1. 50 


.21 


.21 


.24 


.21 


. 17 


.21 


.00 


.00 

2. ss 




.(H) 
2. 63 


.01 
5.71 


.110 


2.92 


1.92 


2.93 


.30 


.30 


.10 


.24 


1. 13 


.31 


.0:, 


. 05 


.03 


. 05 


. 05 


. 05 


1.2-2 


1.23 


.211 


1.04 


4.02 


1.29 


.03 


.03 


.03 


03 


.02 


.03 


.01 


01 


01 


.01 


.(X) 


.01 


1.38 


1 39 


47 


1.37 


1.98 


1.44 


. 16 


.16 


.19 


. 14 


.28 


.16 


.13 


.13 


.11 


.13 


.13 


.13 


61. SO 


61.89 


57. 54 


59. 61 


69. 95 


62.13 


7. 89 


7.91 


4.95 


6.78 


111. si 


s.07 


11.09 


11.12 


4.72 


8.86 


40. 07 


11.46 


.41 


.41 


.22 


.40 


.52 


.42 


1. 14 


1.15 


.80 


1.09 


1.78 


1.16 


3.95 


3.97 


2.37 


3.6.8 


6. 54 


4.06 


0" 


.00 




.00 




.00 


1.92 


1.91 


1.07 


1.79 


3. 66 


1.95 


.12 


.12 


.10 


.11 


.17 


.12 


.36 


.36 


.38 


.32 


.28 


.36 



3.7s 

.14 
.89 
.06 
.14 



.03 
.58 



.56 
.81 
. 11 
.03 
6.13 
.47 

1.69 


S. 63 
.S9 
.03 

7.97 



.42 



1.91 
.06 

. 08 
1.36 
. 17 
.11 
.03 



.cs 

.14 
.03 


.19 
.31 


50.66 

5. 16 

6.91 

.06 

.78 

1.86 


3 53 

.11 

19 



<t In liulos (niotim'trva, unclassified. 



ADMISSIONS — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



119 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, {'.Hi , to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in 


United Sintes (including Alaska). 


United Slates Arm} 


• in Europe (excluding Russia). 






F 


nlisted men. 




Total 
officers 




] 


Unlisted men. 




Total 
officers 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


















cation 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


No. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




5. 32 


12.03 


5. 88 


11. ill 


11.20 


5. 36 


6. so 


4.86 


7.22 


7. 11 


70a 


.30 


.54 


.25 


52 


.51 


.21 


.33 


.33 


. 36 


. 30 


76 b 


.31 


.36 


. 09 


.31 


.34 


. 16 


.It 


.07 


.16 


.16 


76c 


.18 


. 19 


.25 


. 19 


.19 


.05 


.00 


.06 


.07 


.07 


76d 


.25 


.4.1 


.31 


.42 


.41 


.26 


.23 


. 11 


. 25 


.25 


76e 


.27 


. 30 


.09 


.29 


.29 


.09 


.15 


.02 


.15 


.15 


86a 


r. si 


3.29 


. 22 


3. 08 


3.31 


1.90 


.73 


.08 


.71 


.77 


861) 




.1)11 
.28 




.00 
.26 


.00 

.28 




.00 
.06 




.00 
.07 


.00 
.08 


86c 


. 55 


. 113 


. 20 


.00 


86d 


4.78 


2.22 


1.87 


2.20 


2.34 


6.14 


2.14 


2. 03 


2.21 


2.44 


85c 


.31 


. 17 


. 11 


.17 1 


.18 


.20 


.07 


. 05 


.08 


.08 


86f 


.02 
13. -10 


.01 

15. 89 


.01 
9.91 


.1)1 
15.48 


.01 

15.37 




.01 
2.79 




.01 
3.13 


.00 
3.09 


S6g 
SSh 


2.39 


4.61 


1.83 


3.90 


6. 32 


4.07 


3.95 


.33 


.22 


. 25 


.25 


.25 


86i 


0.23 


5. 69 


2.77 


5. 49 


5. 53 


4.20 


3.24 


2. 16 


3.45 


3. 50 


S7a 


.02 


.02 


. 05 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.02 


.02 


87 b 


42.46 


65. 87 


43. 19 


01.32 


63. 10 


18. 15 


16. 37 


19.00 


17.84 


17. 85 


100a 


19.94 


9.49 


3. 34 


9.07 


9.67 


4. 35 


1-74 


.71 


1.78 


1.89 


100b 


.25 


.07 


. 11 


.117 


.08 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


100c 


16. 99 


19. 66 


14. 00 


19.28 


19. 15 


6. 69 


4. 55 


3.77 


5. 45 


5. 51 


lOOd 


2. 07 


1.47 


. 65 


1. 11 


1.48 


4.77 


1.99 


.62 


1.9S 


2.10 


lOOe 


.04 


. 11 


.20 


.12 


.11 


.07 


.05 


. 09 


.06 


.06 


77 


.05 


.12 


. 17 


.13 


. 12 


.07 


.05 


. in 


.00 


. 00 


78 


1. 30 


6. 53 


9.87 


6.76 


6.46 


1.27 


1.44 


2 29 


1.01 


1.60 


79a 


,19 


.70 


.82 


.71 


.68 


. 05 


.10 


. 19 


.11 


. 11 


79a(l) 


.03 


. 11 


. 15 


.11 


.11 


.111 


.02 


. 02 


.02 


.02 


79a(2) 


.78 


3. 95 


0. 49 


4.12 


3.94 


. 85 


. 96 


1. 65 


1.07 


1.06 


79a(3) 


.21 


1.30 


1 . 96 


1.31 


1.28 


. It 


.10 


.26 


.18 


.18 


79a(4) 


.00 


. 15 
.01 

.01 
.32 


. Ill 


.15 
.01 
.01 
.31 


.1! 
.01 
.01 
.30 


.04 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.03 


79a(5) 
79a(0) 
79a(7) 


.01 

.02 


.02 
.2H 




.1)0 
.17 




.00 

. It) 


.00 
.19 


.18 


. 14 


79a<») 


.12 


.43 


.85 


.46 


.44 


.10 


.07 


. 11 


.09 


.09 


79b ' 


.23 


.21 


. 19 


.21 


.21 


.14 


.05 


. 11 


. 06 


.07 


79c 


.97 


1.00 


1.82 


1.06 


1.05 


1.02 


.34 


. 69 


.39 


.42 


79d 


.10 


. 65 


. 99 


.08 


. 65 


.2(1 


.20 


.31 


.23 


.23 


79e 


.16 


.11 


.17 


.11 


. 12 


.08 


.04 


. 06 


. 05 


. 05 


80 


.02 


.03 


.(IS 


.04 


.04 


. 05 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


81a 


.64 


.15 


.28 


.10 


.19 


.31 


.04 


.06 


.04 


.05 


81b 


.02 


.01 
.01 

.06 


. 06 
. 06 
.117 


.01 
.01 
.06 


.1)1 
.01 
.07 


.03 


.0(1 
.00 
.03 




.00 
.110 
.04 


.01 
.00 
.04 


81c 




Sid 

82 


.12 


.1)8 


.03 


8.27 


7.30 


11.80 


7.62 


7. 65 


6. 65 


6. 13 


7.79 


6.77 


6. 76 


83a 


1.19 


4. 16 


1 . 53 


3.98 


3.82 


. 09 


1.38 


.54 


1.41 


1.37 


S3b 


.75 


2. 25 


1 . 23 


2.18 


2. 1(1 


.40 


. 69 


.30 


.711 


.69 


83C 


.30 


.31) 


.29 


.30 


.311 


.16 


. 10 


.03 


. 10 


.11 


S3d 




.1)1 
3.29 


.02 
8. 15 


.01 
3. 03 


.01 
3. 53 




.00 

1.59 




.00 
1.88 


.00 
1.89 


84a 
S4b 


1.92 


1.91 


3. 04 


.08 


.37 


2.17 


.49 


.47 


.15 


.08 


.06 


. 09 


.119 


S5a 


.03 

. 10 


.08 
1.66 


.08 
7.67 


.08 

2.07 


.08 
1.97 




.111 
.32 




.01 
.37 


.01 
.37 


85b 


.38 


.20 


85c 


.05 
.02 

.47 


.04 

.01 

2.01 


.02 

.01 

3.37 


.04 

.01 

2.11 


.04 

.01 

2.02 




.01 
.00 
.62 


.02 


.01 
.00 
.66 


.01 
.00 
. 65 


S5d 




85e 


.47 


.60 


85 r 


.26 


.20 


.4(1 


.21 


.22 


.09 


.07 


.15 


.09 


. 09 


85g 


.13 


.18 


.23 


.18 


.18 


.OS 


.06 


.03 


.08 


.OS 


85h 


64.88 


75. 51 


S.v „ 


76.43 


75. 79 


47. 70 


40. S9 


54. 58 


46. 14 


46.21 


89-90 


3.57 


6.77 


18.92 


7.61 


7.38 


7.49 


7.32 


10. 22 


9.33 


9.21 


91 


4.24 


11.14 


48.10 


13.69 


13.16 


5. 75 


6.12 


33. 89 


8.93 


8.79 


92a 


.15 


.44 


. 53 


.45 


.43 


. 35 


.38 


..50 


.43 


.43 


93a 


.68 


.89 


1.32 


.92 


.91 


1.09 


1.11 


2. 56 


1.56 


1.54 


931) 


2.37 


4.48 


6.81 


4.64 


4. 52 


2.56 


2.74 


6.64 


3.43 


3.39 


93e 




.(H) 
2.62 




.IK) 
2.83 


.00 
2. 73 




.00 

.82 




.00 
.93 


.00 
.94 


95 
96 


1.01 


5. 60 


1.13 


1.42 


.10 


.IN 


.311 


. 19 


.18 


.08 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.01 


97 


.35 


.43 


.37 


.13 


.42 


.39 


.19 


.2(1 


.30 


.30 


98 



120 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



78d 
76e 



S6b 
8fic 
S6d 
86e 

mt 

Mr 
86h 

86i 



87a 
87b 
100a 

1001) 

100c 
lOOd 

100c 



77 

78 

7Ua 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

7Dc 

SO 

81a 

81b 

81c 

Mil 

82 

83n 

83b 

83c 

83d 

84a 

84 b 

85a 

85b 

85c 

85d 

85e 

S5f 

85g 

s51l 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 
98 



Cause. 



VIII. Ear , diseases of . 



Otitis media. 
Mastoiditis. 



American troops in other f 



Philippine Islands. 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



White. Colored. Total. 



Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated). 
Ear, other diseases of 



5.88 

.18 

4.35 



IX. Nasal fossx, diseases of. 



Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy* 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossa*, other diseases of 



.24 
.94 



.24 

2.50 

.12 



.18 
1.18 
.06 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



6.44 
.33 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal... 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillit is, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from.. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseases of.. . 



6. 59 
.53 



1. 35 



XI. Circulatory si/stem, diseases of. 



18.72 
3. 22 



29. 42 
3.94 



8. 22 
1.19 



Pericarditis . 



Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis....* 

(3) Mitralinsufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic. . . 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypert ropny 

Cardiac dilatation. * 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 



9.30 
1.94 



.12 
.06 
1. 35 



.72 
.12 



.94 
.Is 



Arteriosclerosis and hypertension. 

Aortitis .* 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 



.24 
.06 

.12 
.41 
. 35 
. 18 
.06 
.35 



cle 



Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of. 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of. 



.21 
.24 
5.13 
.83 
.36 



.06 

7.47 

4. 65 

.77 

.24 



.18 

.29 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis. 



Pneumonia, broncho- 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative. . . 
Pleurisy, serofibrinous. . . 
Pleura," other diseases of. 

Gangrene of lungs 

Asthma. 



:i2 

.12 



35. 41 

2. 98 

2.86 

. 12 

.24 

.72 



1.24 
.06 
.53 



41.95 

.s2 

2. ss. 



1.06 
2. 94 



Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of.. 



1.43 
. 12 
.83 



,65 
. 12 



5. 39 

".'■is' 



.45 
1. 12 



7. 18 
.45 



29. 17 
2. 02 



4.71 
1. 12 



. 12 
.45 



.22 
\~4S' 



9. 87 
1. 12 



8.1)8 
.45 
.45 
. 22 
.22 



15.71 
1. 35 
1.12 

.45 

.22 
3.82 



3.37 



5.78 

.14 

3. .54 



.28 
.98 



.14 

1.12 
.05 



6.71 
.51 



29. 37 
3.54 



8. 35 
1.77 



.09 
. 05 
1.31 
.09 



.89 
.14 



.19 
.09 
.09 
. 12 
. 12 
. II 
.'Hi 
.28 



.09 

7.97 

3.92 

.61 

.19 



7.37 
.33 I 
.09 
.65 



1.12 
.09 
.42 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



121 



Fili)>ino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 81, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men) 




Panama. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 




transports. 




Native troops (enlisted men). 


Inter- 

ational 

lassifi- 




Hawaii. 




' 




Filipinos. 

0. 92 
. 05 
.70 


lawaiians. 


n 
c 
Porto 


White. Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Rieans. jjo. 


5.75 


4.22 

.30 


5.49 
.05 
.36 
.10 
.40 

1.85 
4.36 


6. 50 

. 25 

2. 95 

.10 

.05 

.05 
4.9S 


21.01 
.42 

.77 
.07 
.91 

. 35 
1.97 


2. 35 
. 11 
.10 


0.95 
.09 


2.24 
.12 
.09 


2.49 

"".n'\ 


s. s7 76a 
. 34 76b 


.37 


.30 


1.27 76c 


.12 




.17 76d 


.50 


.30 


.04 

.07 
.00 




.04 

.06 
.06 


.22 




. OS 76b 


2.23 




.18 
.33 




86a 
86b 
86c 
86d 

86e 

SRf 


5.14 


.60 


. 115 


1.52 










4.83 , 3.01 
1.4S l.Sl 
.31 .30 


4.52 
1.54 

.31 


.46 

1.57 

.25 


.42 
4.99 


.12 
.39 
.02 
.01 
1. 90 
.04 

1.26 


.09 
.19 


.13 
.38 
.02 
.01 
1.83 
.04 

1.20 


. 05 
.32 
.11 

4. 15 
.59 

1.13 


2.49 
.53 


.42 
1.69 
.17 








.18 
.33 


86e 

12. IK) 86h 
.51 Sfii 


5.94 
.25 

1.36 


4.52 
.60 

1. 51 


5. 70 
.31 

1.39 


6.60 
.10 

.SI 

.05 

25. 35 

2.64 


18.62 
.56 

16. 65 

.77 

113.27 

6.04 

. 11 

24.74 

7.31 

.07 

.28 

4. 36 

.28 


.66 


.57 


.89 


2.96 


SV'a 
87b 


32.55 26.21 
9.41 9.04 


31. 47 
9.34 


17. 15 

.53 


9.21 


16. 48 

.48 


6.08 , 10.69 
.49 1.07 


11.66 
1.44 

13. 69 

. 70 

17 


100a 
100b 


9.90 
.74 


12. 05 
.30 


10. 27 
.67 


3.71 

.25 


2.96 
.15 

.02 

:S 

.01 


1.90 


2. 93 
.14 

.02 
.02 
.48 
.01 


5.71 

.27 

.05 


3.38 
.18 


lOOd 


















2. 29 . 00 
.25 .30 


2.00 
.26 


.40 
.10 


.09 


. 75 


4.27 
.18 


2. 70 
.OS 
. 25 


79a 
79a(l) 






1.42 
.25 


.30 


1.23 
.21 
. 10 


.15 
.10 
.05 


3.09 
.70 


. 36 
.07 
.01 


.09 


.33 
.06 
.01 


.49 
.22 
. 05 


3. 92 


1.52 79a (3) 

. 17 79a(4) 


.12 








.08 


















.05 

.10 
. 05 












79ai 7) 


.19 




.15 
.15 
.20 
.10 
. 05 


1 .28 
.28 
. 50 
.70 
.77 
.07 


.07 
.02 
.03 
.10 
.11 
.04 




,08 
.03 

.01 
.09 

.10 

.00 




.18 


.34 


.12 
.25 


30 
.30 


.09 

.09 


.05 

.11 
.05 
.27 


. 25 
. 17 
.34 
.85 


79b 
79c 


.12 




79d 


.06 












.19 
















.17 
.08 




.12 




.10 


.20 


.14 


.02 




.02 


.22 




Slh 










81c 


.62 




.51 
















Sid 










.02 
.90 

.28 
.14 
.05 


.09 
.95 
.19 
.09 
.09 










6.99 
1. 18 

1.07 


6. 93 
2.11 


6. 9S 
1. 33 
1.39 
.21 


5. S4 

5.74 

1. 17 

.31 


11.88 

2.88 

1.97 

.49 

.07 

5.81 

.56 

.07 

1.34 

.07 


.91 

!l4 

.06 


1.13 
.54 
.38 


2. 85 
. 36 

.53 


2.45 

.76 
1.01 

.08 


83a 
831> 




.90 


83d 














6.13 
.62 


6.63 


6.21 

.51 
. 05 
.21 


15.24 

. 05 
.20 
.31 


.72 


.95 


.74 


3. s-. 
.05 


1. 60 


13. 52 
.25 


S4h 


.06 




.01 
.04 
.01 




.01 
.04 
.111 




85b 








.27 

.05 
.27 
.38 

40.97 

s. is 

6. 57 

.11 

! . .49 

J 1.99 


.18 


.17 


S5c 








85d 












.42 
.17 
.17 

70. 49 
2.45 
6.59 




1.3(1 

.12 


1.08 

.10 
.05 

52.41 
. S7 
3.54 
. 1' 
.41 
1.2V 


.46 

.10 

43.99 
.31 
.41 

.4r 
; 1. 84 


1.41 

.28 
.07 

143.33 

8.57 

20. 10 

.21 

2.32 

9. 28 


.15 
. 05 
.02 

17.97 

2.39 

6.84 

.08 

.22 

2. 03 


••.•28 


.14 
.07 
.02 

17.74 

2.74 
9.3 

.0? 

.2. 
2.1 


85f 

s.^ 
85h 




.36 

40.96 

.S9 

8.73 




54. OS 43. 9t 
.68 ' 1.81 
3. 59 3. 3 

• 12 

. 43 . 31 
1.11 2.1 


14.71 
5.32 
25. 34 


89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 




.28 
3.32 


.71 
.71 


1.27 
2.20 


931) 
93c 
95 




1. 79 1. 5 
.08 


1.71 

.0; 


.7t 
.0. 
.3 


i. 55 

1 .71 


.29 
.02 

. 11 


. 57 


.3 
.0 
. 1 


1 1. i: 


5.34 


6.42 

.34 

.' .34 


96 
97 











) .11 




98 



122 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PEE 1,0(10. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



99a 

'.Kill 

99c 
mi 
1 02a 
102b 
1 02c 

105a 

105b 

105c 

106 

107a 

1117b 

107c 

108 

109a 

109b 

lliiii 

noli 

113 

111 

115a 

ll.-.l' 

ll-v 

117:1 
1171. 
11 Ml 

1 1Kb 

llSC 



119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

122c 

123 

124 a 

124b 

125a 

1 25b 

125c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127<1 

127e 



112 

1 4:ia 

141(1) 

144 a 

1441) 

14--.il 

145b 

14.Sc 

14.-..1 

ll.-.i' 

14.",f 

145g 

H.-.ll 

1 i:.i 

14.5J 

1 15k 

1 151 

1 45m 

14-.il 

145o 



Cause. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 

Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Month iind annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

I leer of t he stomach 

Clastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm) 

Asea'ris tumbricoid.es 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

(1 all- bladder and bile-duet, other diseases of 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Panercat it is 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
including 

native 
troops. 



XIV. Qenitourinarp system, diseases of (lwnrcnereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Ki'lncv ami an i ic\a, other diseases of 



Nephrolil 

Cvstitis 

Bladder, other diseases of. . . 

Urethritis i nou venereal) 

Stricture ( non venereal I 

Urethra, other diseases of. . . 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal). 
Hydrocele 



Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal) . 

XV, Skill find cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene 

Carbuncle 

Furuncle 

Abscess 

Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

N;i vus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

skin and cellular tissue, othi 



r diseases of 



.00 
.03 
.14 



. oli 
.79 

.on 

.01! 
.02 

. 23 

.40 
.40 
.89 
. 54 
.Mi 
.21! 
.IB 
.24 
..Mi 
.71 
.74 
.34 
!. 36 



.02 

. 59 

i.22 
.22 
1.39 
.88 
1.07 
.83 
.26 
.23 
.04 
.lis 
.sj 
.70 

.02 

.03 

.1.-. 
.lis 
1.38 

.. P.l 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
t roops . 



0.40 
.02 

3.00 
.02 
.43 
.14 

9.97 
.28 

.5. 41 
15. 87 

3. (19 
.06 
.43 
.09 

8. 57 

II. lis 
.IS 
.84 

16.42 
.03 
.09 
.69 
.85 
.74 
.01 
.53 

.(Kl 
.03 
.13 



.53 
.79 
.03 
.1X5 
.02 
.23 
.46 
. II 
.90 
.54 
.M 
.23 
.03 
.24 
.53 
.71 
.71 
.1(4 
2. 1(6 



.02 

.59 

5.16 

4.16 

3. 35 

.S2 

2.07 

.83 

.26 

.23 

1.03 

.ns 

.82 
. 69 
.02 

.1(1 

. 15 

.us 
8.44 
5. 16 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. Colored. 



0.61 
.02 

3.98 
.00 
.79 
.22 
10.41 
.80 

4. 10 
15.68 
.21 
.03 
.29 
.07 

9.80 

6. 62 
.19 
.76 
IS. 64 
. 0.S 
.3(1 

1..S7 

2.61 
.80 
.02 
.43 
.02 
.04 
.17 



.86 

.on 
.03 
.in 
.31 
.83 

I. ill 
.71 
.lis 
.46 
. II 
.03 
.47 
.19 
.61 
. 35 
.07 

1.1.5 



.00 

.81 

2. 9S 

2. S.S 
2. 36 

.38 
.68 
.13 
.10 
. 20 
.79 
.IS 
.48 
.36 
.06 
.02 
.0(1 
.22 

6. IS 

3. no 



Total. 



.ol 

.59 

5.44 

4.17 

3. 4« 

.84 

2.21 

.82 

.27 

.23 

1.06 

.40 

.80 

.71 

.02 

.03 

.16 

.40 

s. 29 

5. 03 



(I. 39 
.02 

3. 52 
.02 
.42 
.14 

9. SO 
.26 

5.31 
l.S. SO 

3.27 
.06 
. HI 
.09 

8.46 

11.52 

.is 

lo! 43 
.03 
.08 
.64 
.76 
. 77 

.on 
. 53 

.00 

.on 

.12 



.51 

.77 
.oil 
.in 
.02 
.22 
.42 
.38 
.87 
. .S3 
.79 
.21 
.03 
.21 
.51 
.64 
.711 
.111 
2.29 



0.20 
.02 

3.81 
.02 
.18 
.05 

7.41 
.13 

2. 42 

8. S4 

2.90 
.19 
.49 
.09 

5.73 

10. 42 

.16 

1.52 
14.63 
.06 
.06 
.47 
.44 
.28 
.09 
.38 
.00 
.01 
.09 



.38 
.72 
.(111 
.01 
.01 
. 19 
.46 
. is 

1.16 
.86 

1. 52 
..SI 
.07 
.41) 
.83 

1.24 
.71 
.85 

2. 94 



.04 
.13 

1.59 

3. 15 

1.62 

.64 

...I 

.79 

.20 

.14 

.50 

. 11 

1.03 

.21 

.03 

.02 

.07 

.Od 

2. .37 

4.17 



Total 
native 
troops. 



0.39 0.19 
.02 

3. 65 3. 1 1 
.02 .03 
.41 .14 
.14 

9. 95 17. IS 
.26 

5.50 i 6.05 
15.88 ! 10.85 

3.24 23.73 

.07 1. 89 

.44 .31 

.09 1.17 

8.51 ! 2.80 
11.64 3.19 

.18 .19 

.85 .33 

16.46 ' 47.74 
.03 I .08 

.08 .08 

.64 .33 

.76 .92 

. 74 . 7.S 

.01 

. 53 . 08 

.0(1 

. 03 . (US 

. 13 . 50 



.53 
.79 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.22 
.44 
.1(7 
.91 
.56 
.86 
.24 
.03 
.23 
. 55 
.71 
.73 
.36 
2.43 



.02 

.58 
5.2S 
4.23 
3.41 

.85 
2.14 

.87 

! 23 
1.115 
.39 
,S4 
.71 
.02 
.03 
.15 
. 39 

s. 56 
5 26 



.28 
.47 



,03 
.19 

.31 
.22 
.61 
.28 
.64 
.19 



.28 
1.05 
3. :» 

.22 
2.17 



.03 
.89 

11.66 
11.44 
7.27 
7.61 
2.61 
.14 

.64 
1.17 

.19 
1.33 

.19 

.03 
....... 

. 89 
1.92 
8.44 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



123 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 



United Slates Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Knlisted men. 




Enlisted men. 



Officers. 




0.37 


0.9S 


.02 




3.32 


fi.00 


.02 




.54 


1.02 


.20 


.15 


13.09 


S.69 


.40 


.S3 


4.69 


4.27 


12.47 ' 


21.02 


5.59 


.05 I 


.06 


.03 


.64 


.26 


.12 


.03 


9.70 


9.41 


15. 90 


4. SO 


.22 


.22 


1.01 


.9S 


24. 43 


6.17 


.04 


.04 


.09 


.41 


.SI 


1.42 


. 75 


5.55 


1.20 


.22 


. 05 


.01 


.64 


. 52 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.05 


.17 


.11 


. 38 


.99 


. 75 


. 92 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.02 




.30 


. 2S 


. 59 


.58 


.49 


.90 


1.13 


.85 


.71 


.12 


1. 11 


. 65 


.29 


.07 


.04 


.04 


.31 


.68 


.74 


.30 


.X2 


. 66 


1.02 


.22 


.51 


.09 


2. 69 


1.32 


.02 




.68 


.S3 


7.07 


1.91 


5. 31 


2.39 


4. 15 


1.70 


1.03 


.24 


2. 86 


.47 


.76 


.20 


. 11 


.03 


.32 


.14 


1.30 


. i.t 


.52 


.15 


1. 05 


.41 


.65 


.58 


. 03 




.03 


.01 


.21 


.117 


.40 


.30 


5.41 


11.76 


5. 94 


3.72 



0.41 
.01 

3.96 
.01 
.26 
.06 

3. 04 
.12 

6. 07 
19.97 
.05 
.03 
.16 
.03 

6.59 

6.03 
.11 
.59 

3.95 
.02 
.06 
.47 
.73 
.11 
.02 
.37 
.00 
.01 
.06 



.72 
.82 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.13 
. 25 
. 26 
.51 
.30 
.46 
.14 
.02 
.15 
.25 
.51 
.34 
. 11 



1. 



.01 
.45 

2.34 

2.41 

2. 04 

.27 

.92 

.85 

.lit 

.0s 

.63 

.is 

. t.i 

.73 

.01 

.nl 

.06 

.35 

12.21 

3.63 



II. 15 
.01 

3.36 
.02 
.14 
.03 

5. 58 
.08 

1.89 
11.76 
.02 
.02 
.11 
.02 

4. 68 

1. 23 
. 10 
.90 

6.57 
.10 
.06 
.37 
.38 
.09 
.12 
.29 



.44 



.113 
.01 



.06 
. 39 
.20 
.83 
.47 
.47 
.39 
.02 
.08 
.22 
.69 
.28 
.12 
2.31 



.03 
. 1J 
.81 
2.12 
. 93 
.20 
.33 
.94 
.03 

.IK 

.36 
.09 
. 50 
.20 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.06 
3.79 
2.23 



0. 42 
.01 

4.17 
.01 
. 27 
!07 

5.73 
.13 

6.67 
20.77 
.05 
.03 
.17 
.03 

7.06 

6.35 
.12 
.67 

4. 55 
.02 
.07 
.:,n 

] i i 
.03 
.39 
.00 
.01 
.09 



.7S 
.86 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.12 
.29 
.28 
.58 
.34 
.49 
.18 

.02 

.15 

.27 



.58 

.35 
.13 
1. 56 



.in 
.47 
2. 52 
2. 69 
2.15 
.31 
.'.is 
.97 
.05 
.ii'i 
.6s 
.20 
.47 
. 7S 
.01 
.02 
.00 
. 36 
13.311 
4. 22 



Inter- 
Total national 

officers elassin- 
an( j eatton 

enlisted No- 

men. 



0. 44 
.01 

4. 25 
.01 
.30 
.07 

5.86 
.16 

6.56 
20.78 
. 05 
.03 
.17 
.03 

7.16 

6.29 
.13 
.68 

4. 62 
.02 
.08 
.54 
.96 
. 11 
.03 
.40 
.00 
.01 
.09 



.79 



99a 

99b 
99c 

101 

102a 

102b 

102c 

105a 

1051) 

105c 

106 

107a 

107b 

107c 

10S 

109a 

109ll 

Una 

nob 

113 

114 

115a 

11.3b 

115c 

117a 

117b 

USa 

list) 

118c 



.02 
.02 

.01 
.13 
.31 
.30 
.59 
.33 
.50 
. 17 
.02 
.18 
.27 
.59 
.35 
.12 
1. oo 



.nl 
.49 
2. 49 
2. 68 
2.13 
.31 
.96 
.94 
.05 
.09 
.Os 
.19 
.47 
.77 
.01 
.02 
.06 
.36 
13. 23 
4. 20 



119 

120 

122a 

1221) 

122c 

122d 

122c 

123 

124a 

1241) 

125a 

125b 

12.3c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127d 

127e 



142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

1441) 

145a 

14.5b 

145c 

145d 

145e 

1451 

145g 

1 151l 

1 15i 

1 15j 

1 1.5k 

1451 

145m 

145u 

1450 



124 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



American troops in other 



XIII. Digestive systeu, diseases of. 



99a 
09b 

99c 

101 

102a 
102b 
102c 
103a 

II >:,!> 

10.10 

106 

1117:1 

1071> 

107c 

108 

una 

109b 

UOa 

i nib 

113 

114 

U5a 

115b 

115c 

117:1 

1171. 

118a 

11SI> 

use 



no 

120 

1 22:1 

1221) 

122.- 

122(1 

122e 

123 

12ki 

124b 

125a 

125b 

125C 

120 

127:1 

12711 

127r 

127.1 

127e 



142 

1431 

1431. 

141a 

144b 

I Ma 

14.-1) 

145c 

14.VI 

145e 
1451 

14.ig 
145b 

1451 

145 
I4".k 
1451 
145m 

I4."m 
145o 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, foeal infection irom 

Mouth and anncxa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

i'lcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal nicer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm).. 

Ascaris lumbrieoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) -. 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis. 

Call-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (neinrcneTeal) . 



Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephrilie. 
Nephroptosis . 



Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of. 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis. 



Bladder, other diseases of. 
Urethritis (ntonveneraal)... 

Stricture (n on venereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of. . 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis . 



Epididymitis (nonvencreal) 

Hydrocele 

"Warts, external genital organs 

(Genitourinary system, other diseases of (non venereal). 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene.. 

Carbuncle . 
Furuncle . 
Absces: 



Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of. 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

'tigo 



ineti 
cner 



Lichen 

Npevus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



Officers, 
other 

countries. 



.30 
1.10 



.24 
.12 
.72 
.24 



3. sj 
1.79 
2. SO 
.83 
1.43 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



0.24 

"s.'ao 



.35 



Colored. ' Total. 



Hi. 07 

.20 

3.00 

37. 25 

1.12 

1.59 

.77 

1.12 

12. 53 

3.77 

.12 

.47 

69. 85 



.06 



.35 
.59 
.71 
1.47 
1.35 
1.24 
.29 



.24 
.94 
.88 

1.00 
.18 

1.24 



.24 

.72 

2.74 | 



.53 

11.47 

5. 59 

9. 77 

10. S3 

4.65 

.12 

.53 

.41 

2.06 

.47 

2.24 

1.35 

.06 

.24 

.12 

1.29 

.88 

8.71 



2.92 
'."22" 



41.29 

' ' 8.' 75 

26. 48 

.00 

8.98 

.67 

1.57 

42.42 

4.71 



. DO 
72.04 



1.12 
.90 



1.35 
.22 



1.12 

.90 



.90 



5.39 
.45 
.22 
.22 



.22 
.22 



.45 
1.57 
2.69 



.22 



2:!. S9 
6. 25 
1.12 

15.26 
2.47 



.90 



.22 
8.08 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BV COUNTRY. 



125 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1.91.9, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PICK 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Hawaii. 



White. 



0.31 



Colored . 



Panama. 



2.85 



.19 

.06 

12.62 

.25 

1. 55 

16.64 

.06 
.12 

.56 
.12 

20. 17 

5.20 

.12 

.50 

4 s. 45 



:s. 92 
.30 



.90 

11.45 




Total. 



0. 26 



While. 



Other 

countries 

and not. 

stat ed . 



Total. 



3.03 
.05 
.15 
.05 

12. 01 
.21 
1.44 

15.76 
.05 
.10 
.62 
. 10 

18.84 

4.88 

.21 

. 56 

53. 95 



n. 20 

. 10 

2. 95 



2. 00 



.51 

.05 
lfi. 25 

.20 
1.78 
6. 45 

.97 



.15 
.62 
1.23 
.05 

.05 
.46 



.36 

.20 

10.67 

3.61 

.86 

.97 

55.11 

. 05 

.20 

1.42 

2.44 

1.57 

. 05 

.31 



9. 70 

.07 

.49 

. 14 

25. 01 

.07 

34.43 

45. 04 

.63 

.07 

.63 



11.87 

12.09 

.21 

.84 

38. 04 

.07 

.98 

1.05 

2.04 

2. 25 



Transports. 



White. 



Colored. 



0. 09 



.07 



.07 
.02 

2. 94 
.04 
.90 

5. 23 
.05 
.01 
.03 



0.28 
.19 



1.52 
.09 
.19 

4.08 



Total. 



Filipinos 



.6£ 



.08 
.02 

2.83 

. 05 
. 85 
5. 15 
.05 
.1)1 
.03 



.84 



2. 49 
1.35 
.13 
.11 
4.91 
.02 
.01 
.13 
.22 
.29 



.09 
.19 



.09 

.38 
.09 
.09 



2. 35 
1.28 
. 13 
.12 
4.86 
.02 
.02 
.16 
.21 
.2S 



. 12 



18.84 



4. 95 

9.64 

7.43 

8.78 

.49 

1.07 

1.24 

1.29 

.27 

.27 

54. SKI 

. 05 

.05 

.22 

.32 

.22 



Hawaiian^ 



0. IS 
i.07 



.05 



Porlo 
Kii-ans. 



. 30 
JO. 09 



3. 56 
.53 



10. 09 

1.60 

.18 

.30 

15. 49 



.36 
.36 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



0. 42 



4. 50 
.0.8 
. 17 



17.00 



8.96 

17.66 

60. 60 

1.10 

.17 

.93 



6.93 
.08 
.42 
51.80 
.17 
.17 
.51 
2.11 
1.94 



.08 



99a 
991) 
99c 

101 

102a 

1021) 

102c 

105a 

105b 

105c 

106 

107a 

107b 

107c 

108 

109a 

1091) 

110a 

nob 

113 

114 

115a 

115b 

11.5c 

117a 

117b 

118a 

lisb 

118c 



119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

122c 

123 

124 a 

124b 

125a 

125b 

12.5c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127d 

127c 



142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

1 15a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

145e 

1451 

145R 

145h 

145i 

145j 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

1150 



. 25 

.08 

.08 
1.42 

.25 
2. :;:, 

.12 



.25 
.93 
. 25 
.50 
.43 
1.55 



.30 
.30 

2.11 
.30 

1.81 



1.21 

1.21 

.90 

. 00 

2.71 



.10 



.61 

2. 03 
.10 



1.05 
.84 
.07 

.28 



.21 
.02 
. 02 

1.54 
.26 

2.20 
. 10 



.21 
.98 
.41 
.56 
.46 
1.75 



. 00 
.56 
.51 

1.57 
.05 
.25 
.31 
.05 
.15 
.31 
.66 
.41 
.31 

1.03 



.49 

.63 

.84 
.56 
1. 09 



. 93 

15.90 3.31 

6.06 2.41 

12.93 10.85 

.".. 38 3. 31 

7.01 I 2.41 

.43 I .30 

.80 ' 1.21 

.50 

2. 10 3. 01 

.80 .3(1 

1.67 1.21 

1.36 .60 

.12 

.00 

.37 

.31 

1.24 .60 

6. 49 3. 92 



13. 70 

5.44 

12. 58 

5.03 

0.72 

.41 

.87 

.41 

2.26 

.72 

1.59 

1.23 

.10 

.05 

.31 

.26 

1.13 

0.06 



.86 
15. 14 

6.80 
12. 00 

7.72 

7.97 
.66 
.56 
.91 

2. 95 
.36 
.56 

1.47 



.05 

.10 

1.98 

15.04 



.14 

.77 

1. 55 

.28 

1.55 

01.48 



.07 
1.48 
10. 82 
10.47 
4.99 

2. 04 
4.08 
2.11 

.42 
1.34 
2.81 

.84 

3. 16 
.91 



.14 
.49 
.56 

11.38 
10. 12 



.28 

1.24 

1.49 

1.36 

.15 

. 35 

.81 

.05 

. Ill 

.17 

.12 

.79 

.13 

.01 



.19 

.20 



.27 



. 13 
.32 



.09 
.76 
1.04 



.09 



.09 
.06 
1.76 
.93 



.25 
1.14 
1.43 

1.33 
.14 
.31 
.74 
.05 
.09 
.16 
.11 
.71 
.12 
.01 



.32 
.32 
.16 
.05 
1.40 



.05 . 

.97 
7.44 
9.85 
7. IK) 
2.70 
2. 58 

'. 59 
.43 
.97 
.32 
1.13 
.22 . 



.18 
.18 
1.42 



.36 
1.78 
1.42 

. 18 



.53 
1.42 
3. 92 
7.48 

1.07 

2. 32 

.53 

.71 

1.07 

1.07 

.18 

1.07 



. 18 



.OS i 
.06 
1.59 

.90 I 



.16 
1.29 
1.08 

8.18 



7.48 
5.8S 



.08 
1.10 



.17 
.51 



.59 
.42 
.68 
1.18 
.51 



.51 



.17 
1.80 
9.21 

.51 
3.97 



.93 
7.44 
17. 50 
7.61 
2.70 
2.79 



.42 
.76 

1.52 



1.77 
.25 



.08 

.08 

..59 

10.06 



120 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers ami enlisted men, white, colored, 



RATIOS PER l.ooo. 



Cause. 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 

Ameri- 
ca tl 

troops. 



Total 
officers. 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



While. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 

1 1st comyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of i 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Join ts, other diseases of (tuberei ilosis and rhei unatisui excepted ) | 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe i 

Metatarsalgia ■ 

M yositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organ's of locomotion, other diseases of 

XVII. Congenital vial format ions and ill-defined diseases. 

150 Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 



Total. 



n.34 
.85 
.75 
.46 

.04 
.87 
.08 
.39 
.50 
.35 
.3(i 
1.00 
0. 39 
.12 
.65 
6. 61 



.49 
35. 64 



XVIII. External causes {deluding batth injuries). 



Kites : .11 

Hums 1. 49 

Burns, chemical and X-ray .32 

Compression * .00 

Concussion .49 

Contusion 12. 17 

Crushing .37 

Dermatitis from traumatisms ' 1-52 

Dislocation of joint 1.31 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee I .23 

Drowning, except suicide I .12 

Epiphyseal separation ' .02 

Eye and annexa, traumatisms of ' .37 

Foreign bodies .33 

Fracture, simple 8. 07 

Fracture, compound 1.51 

Fracture, faulty union \ .05 

(las, deleterious absorption .52 

Gunshot wounds .18 

Hemorrhage and results .OS 

Homicides .02 

Poisoning by food .01 

Poisoning, other acute .17 

Seeondarv result of injurv 1.50 

Sprain of joint ' 13.49 

Strain 2. 54 

Suicide I .15 

Synovitis, traumatic ' .70 

Wounds, multiple 72 

Wounds, penetrating .75 

Wounds, perforating .69 

Wounds (others) 10. 10 

Traumatisms (others ) 5. 73 

Total 72. 44 

Grand total 923. 94 



0. 34 
.86 
.76 
.40 
.04 
.89 
.08 
.39 
.:,o 
.36 
.36 

1.00 

0.44 
.12 
.65 

6. 65 



.49 

35. 55 



0.19 
.07 

!l4 
.04 
.66 

.(is 
.10 
.17 
.06 
.13 
.65 
.95 
."I 
.72 
3.33 



0.33 

.84 
. 75 
.44 
.04 
.86 
.no 
.35 
.51 
.38 
.38 
.99 

6.67 
. 12 
.67 

6.63 



.55 .47 

21. 55 34. 40 



551.70 I 815.68 



Colored. 



0. 46 
1.50 

.77 
.96 
.02 
.S3 
.05 

1. 02 
.54 
.20 
.18 

1.02 

6.01 

. 11 

.22 

7.25 



Total. 



0.34 
.90 

!48 
.114 
.90 
.08 
.40 
.52 
.37 
.37 
l.ol 
6.73 
.13 
.65 
6.83 



.59 .49 

39.18 36.30 



.11 

1.49 
.32 
.00 
.49 
12. 10 
.37 

1.53 

1.31 
.24 
.12 
.02 
.36 
.33 

8. 10 

1.52 
.05 
.52 
.IS 
.08 
.02 
.01 
.17 

1.51 
13.51 

2.54 
.15 
.70 
.73 
.70 
.70 
10.03 

5.72 



.09 
.90 

. 17 



72. 40 



1.23 

7.34 

1.11 

1.45 

1. 19 

.411 

.07 

.00 

.21 

.15 

8.78 

1.77 

.05 

.59 

.10 

.09 

.04 

.79 

.21 

.52 

8.50 

1.55 

. 33 

.78 

1.27 

.52 

.35 

9.40 

3. 89 



.11 

1.4S 

.33 

.00 

.44 

11.84 

.30 

1.62 

1.30 

.23 

.09 

.02 

. 35 

.32 

7.97 

1.41 

.05 

.48 

.18 

.OS 

.02 

.59 

.10 

1.54 

13.59 

2.59 

. 13 

.70 

.81 

.09 

.07 

15.71 

5.63 



.00 

.88 

.18 

.00 

.28 

9. 10 

.28 

.28 

.93 

.08 

.07 

.on 

.45 

.46 

4.74 

1.29 

.04 

.19 

.09 

.07 

.05 

.37 

.13 

1.54 

S. 40 

1.50 

.00 

.47 

.62 

.OS 

.73 

15.01 

4.00 



S67. in 



53. 90 



53. 77 



.11 

1.52 
.33 
.00 
.45 
12.42 
.34 

1.53 

1.31 
.23 
. 1.' 
.02 
.37 
.34 

8.07 

1.50 
.05 
. 52 
.19 
.08 
.02 
.00 
.10 

1.56 
13. 77 

2.00 
.14 
.70 
.70 
.77 
.72 
10.38 

.".si 



73. 45 



886.95 1,240.80 I 940.85 925. Hi 



ADMISSIONS — RANK, RACE, AND COUNTRY. 



127 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and II una Hon, Apr. 1, 1917, /o Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

!( \TIus I'EK 1,000. 



United States Army ii 


United Statce 


(including Alaska). 


United States Army 


in Europe (i 


xcluding Russia). 








Cnlisted men. 








Enlisted men 






Inler- 
national 










Total 










Total 


classifi- 


Officers. 








officers 
and 


Officers. 








officers 
and 
















cation 
No. 










enlisted 










enlisted 






While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.16 


".47 


0. 72 


0. 49 


n.47 


0.24 


0. 15 


(1. 20 


0. 17 


0.17 


140a 


.09 


1.33 


2.70 


1.42 


1.35 


.03 


.26 


.27 


.28 


.27 


146b 


.56 


1.02 


1. 12 


1.03 


1.00 


. 57 


.44 


.42 


.47 


.4S 


14tie 


.18 


.74 


1.7s 


.81 


.77 


.07 


.OS 


.07 


.OS 


.(is 


147a 


.03 


.115 


. 03 


. 05 


.05 


. 05 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.03 


147b 


.64 


1. 10 


1.26 


1. 11 


1.08 


.72 


.58 


.43 


.68 


.68 


147c 


.06 

.10 


. 11 
.52 


.09 
1.S9 


. 11 
.61 


. 11 
.58 


. 11 
. 26 


.06 
.16 




.06 
.17 


.(Hi 
.17 


147d 


.14 


147e 


. 19 


.73 


.73 


.73 


.70 


.14 


.23 


.39 


.27 


.26 


149a 


.06 


. 56 


.32 


.54 


.51 


.05 


.17 


. 10 


. is 


.17 


149b 


.13 


.IS 


.20 


.46 


.44 


.12 


.27 


.16 


.28 


.27 


149c 


.68 


1.20 


. 95 


1. IS 


1. 15 


.61 


.74 


1.03 


.81 


.SO 


149d 


.so 


S. 95 


9.16 


s. 97 


8. 51 


1.21 


4.10 


3.01 


4.28 


4.14 


149c 


.02 
.88 


.20 
.91 


. 27 
lii.3 


.21 

.87 


.20 
.87 




.03 
.38 


.01 
.10 


.03 
.39 


.03 
.39 


149f 


. 52 


149g 
149h 


3.74 


9. 29 


10. 3:i 


9.37 


9.06 


2.77 


3.39 


3.91 


3.80 


3.70 


. 59 


.58 


.72 


.59 


.59 


.50 


.31 


.32 


.34 


.34 


1.50 


21. 52 


47. 90 


60. 74 


48.79 


47.27 


21.69 


17.41 


15. 17 


20. 92 


20.95 


1S9 


592. 17 


1,089.46 


1,712. si 


1,132.52 


1,102.48 


500. 89 


478. 19 


655. 98 


548.86 


.546. 73 
























Office 
classifi- 
cation. 


.12 


.13 


.08 


.12 


.12 


.04 


.08 


.06 


.09 


.09 


l 


1.06 


1.71 


.90 


1.65 


1.62 


.65 


1.20 


.92 


1.30 


1.36 


2 


.20 


.46 


.21 


.44 


.43 


.15 


.17 


.14 


.10 


.19 


3 




.(HI 
.55 


.01 
.26 


.00 

.53 


.00 
. 56 




.(X) 
.29 


.29 


.(HI 
. 35 


.00 
.37 


4 


1.03 


.88 


5 


9.05 


15. IS 


0. IS 


14.76 


14.44 


5.28 


7.93 


9. 34 


0. ss 


9. 68 


6 


1.21 


. 35 


.21 


.34 


. 30 


1.09 


.25 


.37 


.34 


.38 


7 


2.20 


2.7(1 


.43 


2.54 


2.52 


.31 


.19 


.07 


.21 


.21 


8 


1.39 


1.73 


1.10 


1.69 


1.67 


.87 


.76 


.65 


. 86 


.86 


9 


.34 


.24 


.11 


.23 


.24 


.56 


.22 


.06 


. 23 


.24 


10 


.09 


. 12 
.03 
.40 


.OS 
.01 
.46 


.12 
. 03 
.40 


.11 
.02 
.39 




.04 

.01 
.27 


.06 

.42 


.07 
.1)1 
.33 


.07 
.01 
. 33 


11 


.01 

.20 


12 


.21 


13 


.15 


.40 


.60 


.42 


.40 


.15 


.21 


.32 


.26 


, -25 


14 


9. 39 


S.61 


4.40 


8.32 


S. 38 


s.n2 


7.14 


5.40 


7. 83 


7.84 


15 


1.54 


1.00 


.00 


l.OS 


1.11 


2.22 


1.88 


1.85 


2. 12 


2.12 


16 


.06 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.05 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.03 


17 


.4.3 


.36 


.07 


.34 


.34 


.90 


.66 


.35 


.78 


.78 


IS 


.11 


.27 


.14 


.26 


.25 


.07 


.07 


.02 


.10 


. 00 


19 


.10 


.11 


. 00 


.11 


.11 


.07 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


20 


.05 


.02 


.05 


.(V! 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.02 


21 


.8!) 


.82 


.47 


.SO 


.80 


.62 


.24 


.13 


.29 


.30 


22 


.23 


.21 


.16 


.21 


.21 


.15 


.09 


.07 


.1(1 


.10 


23 


.50 


2. 55 


2.67 


2. 56 


2.45 


.41 


.30 


. 33 


.34 


.34 


24 


10.06 


17.99 


10. 25 


17.45 


17.04 


6. 16 


7.7s 


5.27 


- 03 


8.81 


25 


1.05 


3.53 


1.78 


3.41 


3.33 


.90 


1.35 


1.20 


1.54 


1.51 


26 


.31 


.18 


.07 


.18 


.IS 


. 35 


.05 


.01 


.OS 


.(HI 


27 


.93 


.85 


. 53 


.S3 


.84 


.49 


.52 


.46 


.56 


.56 


28 


1.03 


.44 


.37 


.44 


.47 


1.7S 


.86 


. 05 


1.07 


1.10 


29 


.35 


. 39 


.76 


.42 


.42 


.76 


1.06 


.63 


1.23 


1.21 


30 


.37 


.73 


.78 


.73 


.71 


.31 


.61 


. 69 


.72 


.70 


31 


10.1,1 


21.09 


15.88 


20. 73 


20.17 


7.57 


8.25 


13. 67 


10.21 


10.09 


32 


3.64 


7.20 


5.05 


7.05 


6. S6 


4.38 


3. 57 


2.53 


4.22 


4.23 


33 


59. 64 


90. 52 


58. 17 


88. 29 


86. 69 


45.41 


46. 16 


46.31 


54.39 


53. 99 




651.80 


1,179.98 


1,770.99 


1,220.80 


1, 1S9. 16 


546.30 


524. 35 


702. 29 


603. 24 


'.(HI. 72 





128 



MHDICAL AND CASTALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, \ 



RATIOS PES 1,0(1(1. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



1463 

1Mb 
I4!ic 
117a 
1171) 
H7o 
117(1 
M7c 
149a 
149b 
149c 
149(1 
149e 
149f 
149g 
149h 



150 
1X9 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 

1 

2 
3 
1 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
1(1 
11 
L2 
13 
14 
15 
(6 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
j:> 
26 
■-'7 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



Cause 



XVI. Hones and organs o/ loomoation, disccsc.s of. 



( >steomyclit is 

Kract ures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

1 .oose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Hosting cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted,) . 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Mctatarsalgia 

M yositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes . 



Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 

Total 



American troops in other 



Philippine Islands. 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



0.24 
.12 
.12 
.24 



.48 



White. Colored. 



0. 35 
.IS 

.53 

.12 

.00 

1.12 



.12 
.12 
.12 

.72 
1.07 



.24 

2.2(i 



.36 

20.74 



.IS 
.71 
.12 
.35 

1 . 211 

3. IS 

.IS 

.12 

6.311 



2.77 
40.89 



398.61 



801. 



XVIII. External causes (excluding batlle injuries). 



Bites 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray 

Compression * 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Kpiphysealseparation 

Eyeaiidannexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of joint 

Strain. 



1. 53 
.65 



.48 



.41 
12. 30 

.29 
2. S2 
1. 06 

. 12 

.35 



.82 

.41 

11.00 

1.00 



Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic. . . 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating . . 
Wounds, perforating... 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others) . 



.29 
.18 



4.24 

.71 

.82 

19.24 

4.35 
.41 
.59 
.71 
.12 
.41 
34. 68 

9. 12 



Total.. 



Grand total. 



10S. 92 



442. 12 



1,010. i 



Total. 



0.45 
.45 

.45 



2.24 
.45 



.(57 
13.02 



4.49 
55.88 



1.12 
1.12 
.90 



1. 35 

16.38 

.45 

.90 
4.49 



1. 35 
.45 

6.9S 
.22 
.22 



.22 

-.-45- 

4.49 

.22 

1.80 

34. 56 

5.84 



.45 
1.12 
.67 
1.12 
83.71 
19.30 



189.86 



0.2S 
.23 
.51 
.19 
.05 
.89 



.19 

.56 

.09 

.28 

1.19 

2.61 

.14 

.23 

7.69 



3.12 
44.01 



.47 
1.45 
.70 



.61 
13. 15 
.33 
2.42 
1.77 
.09 
.28 



.42 

10.16 

.84 

.05 



.28 
.14 
.09 

4.29 
.61 

1.03 
22.42 

4.66 
.33 
.56 
.79 
.23 
.56 
44.84 
11.24 



125. 73 



1 131.06 



, 035. 85 



ADMISSIONS — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTEY. 



129 



Filipino, Porto Rican, ami Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, lo Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1.000. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Hawaii. 



White. 



Colored. Total. 



0. 1!> 
.37 
.93 
. 12 



Panama. 



White. 



Other 

countries 
and not 
stated . 



Total. 



0. 00 
.30 
.90 



0.20 
.36 
.'.12 
.21 



0. 56 
.38 
.61 
.20 



0. 21 
1.26 
.28 
.42 



Transports. 



White. 



0. 06 
.03 
.14 
.04 



Filipinos. 



Colored. Total. 




Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

Porto eation 
Hawaiians. Rieam _ No . 



0.19 
".69" 



0.07 
.03 
.11 
.04 



0. 0."> 
.32 
.16 



0. S'.l 
2. R5 
1.07 

.30 



1 16a 
146b 

146c 
147a 
1471) 
147c 
147.1 
147e 
149a 
1491) 
149c 
149d 
149e 
149f 
149fi 
149h 



IS!) 



.74 



1.61 
4. 



1.18 
8.04 



.71 
3.5. IS 



.02 



.12 .... 




.10 


.05 


.25 J 


.30 


.21 


.20 


.74 ... 




.62 


.46 


.12 


.60 


.21 


.10 



.12 
2.71 



.30 
6. 63 



1.51 

38. 57 



1.03 

7.80 



.87 
35.73 



.20 
6.40 



.46 

28. 39 



1. 55 
.14 
.14 
.91 

. 14 
1.26 
3.58 
9.49 
.21 
1.48 
15.60 



.49 

68. 16 



.07 
15. 03 



.47 



11.01 



.21 

.02 
.03 
.00 
.06 
.01 
.20 
.89 
.01 
.06 
.44 



.06 

14.70 



.05 
.92 
.16 



27. 02 



2,011.52 



273. 03 



284. 03 



654. 45 



.36 

"'.'is' 

.89 

1.07 



.71 
4.45 



.18 

27. 07 



561. IS 



.59 
.08 
.51 

.25 

_ 

"."os" 

3.13 



4.99 



1.18 

S2.92 



1,309. S4 



.31 

3.09 

.68 



.30 
.30 



.26 

2. 02 

.02 



.25 

2.08 
.97 



.28 
4.36 



.31 

. 03 



.11 
1. 13 
.11 



.08 
1.27 
.42 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
II 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
Is 
10 

20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



1.86 

19. 18 

.43 

5.51 

2.23 

.37 

.25 

,31 

1.18 

1.11 

28.34 

3.03 

.06 

.06 

.31 

.31 



3.03 
.56 

1.48 
39.60 

7.86 
.19 
.62 
.25 
.12 
.68 
49.44 

8.23 



.60 
10. 24 



.00 
1.51 



1.21 

.90 

6.63 

.60 



.30 
.30 



1.04 

17. 60 

.36 

4.67 

2.10 

:ii 

.26 

1.18 

1.08 

24. 04 

2.62 

.05 

.05 

.31 

.31 I 



.31 

12. 34 

. 10 

3.91 

1.88 

.51 

.46 

.05 ' 

.40 

.36 

15.44 

1.12 



. 63 

26. 21 

. 77 

1.09 

1.90 
.49 

1.26 
.07 
.84 
. 56 
13.00 

4.15 



.lis 
1.00 

.11 

.16 
.37 

.04 
.14 



.06 
.19 
.09 



.07 
1.02 
.12 
.10 
.33 
.05 
.79 



.22 

11.09 



.65 
1.02 



. II 



.30 
.60 
.60 
34.95 
3.31 
1.51 



.00 
.30 
1.21 

20. 21 
3.01 



2.57 
.56 

1.33 
38.81 

7.08 
.41 
.51 
.31 
.15 
.77 
45.48 

7.34 



.51 

.25 

.10 

1.17 

.25 

.97 

22. 86 

2.74 

.46 

.46 

.56 

.36 

.97 

43.83 

11.21 



3.44 
.07 
.14 

.07 

1.12 

.14 

1.83 

35.97 

7.80 

.•So 

1.97 

2.67 

8.08 

2.04 

39.42 

I.'., si 



.01 

.03 

1.46 
.45 
.01 

.17 
.06 I 

.0:; 



.01 
.03 
1.35 
.42 
.01 
.16 
.00 
.03 



1.24 
.05 

3.77 
.43 



.05 
.27 
.32 



.09 
.05 
.36 
2.48 
.44 
.05 
.11 
.11 
.15 
.16 
3.65 
1.46 



.19 

1.04 

.19 



.19 
.19 
.09 
1.90 

.19 



.08 

.05 

.34 

2.34 

.42 

.05 

.10 

.12 

.10 

.10 

3.51 

1.42 



.22 
. 11 
.59 

13. 73 
1.83 
.22 
.10 
.22 
. 1'. 
.05 

31. 22 
9.10 



1.07 

6.41 

.18 



.is 

.36 

6.41 

.53 











is 


6 


77 


1 


42 




18 




IS 




53 




14 


07 


4 


10 



.31 
20.96 



.42 

1.27 
. 17 
.25 
.51 
.93 
.51 
5.58 
1.01 
.17 



.34 

1.27 

.17 

9.04 

1.44 

.42 

.08 

.34 

.59 

.42 

17. 33 

4.39 



180.67 



799. 16 



96.11 



166. 26 



126.93 



177. 70 



13. 06 



5.60 



13.66 



78.17 



061.36 



776. 19 



90S. 47 ; 2,189.22 



286.69 



365.35 



732.61 



44.70 



605. 88 



70.06 



1.379.90 



130 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY .STATISTICS. 



Table 47. — Admission*, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, icliilc, colored, 



RATIOS FKK 1,11(10. 



offioo 
classifi- 
cation. 



Total United States Army. 



Agent. 



Agent causing injury {excluding battle injuries) 

(The following are included above.) 

Knife 

Pistol ball 

Rifle ball 

Cutting and piercing instruments (others) 

Other military agents 

Sinking ships 

Air machines 

Automobiles 

Motor cycles 

Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

( 'onflagration . 

("rushing 

Electricity 

Falls....." 

Splinters 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones 

Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted 

Poisons 

Other external agents 

Total 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

Iroops. 



0.75 

. 75 

1.12 

3.83 

2.45 

.02 

.71 

2.42 

1.22 

.00 

.17 

1.03 

3.44 

.01 

2.01 

.03 

12. 10 

.24 

.18 

.40 

.96 

.15 

.01 

.66 

.24 

.04 

36. 13 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men, 

Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



0. 75 

. 75 

1.12 

3. 01 

2.46 

.02 

.71 

2.43 

1.23 

.67 

.17 

1.03 

3.45 

.01 

2.62 

.03 

12.08 

.24 

.18 

.40 

.97 

.15 

.01 

.66 

.24 

.04 

36. 12 



Totalcnlisted men, American 
troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. ' Colored. 
I 



0.19 


.71 


.38 


1.3(1 


2.09 


.111 


5.76 


3.43 


2.44 


.31 


.12 


.46 


1.65 


.01 


1.64 


.03 


10.08 


.07 


.04 


.12 


.38 


.04 


.22 


.12 


.07 


22.14 



0.73 

.68 

1.07 

3.96 

2.17 

.00 

.46 

2.40 

1.2(1 

.62 

.18 

1.01 

3.58 

.01 

2.61 

.03 

12.11 

.25 

.18 

.31 

1.01 

.13 

.02 

.68 

.24 

.03 

35. 60 



1.12 

1.08 

1. 11 

3.50 

1.85 

.00 

.02 

1.03 

.29 

.66 

.00 

.99 

1.83 



2. 69 
.03 

8.39 
.23 
.18 
.81 
.73 
.34 
.00 
.38 
.14 
.05 
20. 22 



Total. 



0.78 

.75 

1.16 

4.04 

2.48 

.02 

.45 

2.38 

1.16 

.69 

.17 

1.06 

3.55 

.01 

2.67 

.03 

12. 19 

.25 

.18 

.42 

1.00 

.15 

.01 

.69 

.24 

.04 

36. 62 



Total 
native 
troops. 



0. 86 

.36 

.53 

6.47 

1.03 





1.03 


.33 


.14 


.17 


.94 


2.64 


2.55 


13.91 


.22 


.31 



.53 
.33 
.03 

.61 

.22 

.47 

36. 47 



72.44 



53.90 



71.27 



53.77 



73.45 



70.29 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



131 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PEB 1,000. 



United States Army in 


United Stales 


(including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe ( 


ixcluding Russia). 






Enlisted men. 








1 


Unlisted men 






Office 










Total 










Total 












officers 










officers 


















Officers. 








and 
enlisted. 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.10 


0. 97 


1.30 


0.99 


0.94 


0.35 


0.39 


0.85 


0. 40 


0.41 


1 


.72 


. 01. 


1.21 


.05 


.66 


.08 


.79 


1.00 


.92 


.90 


2 


.33 


1.00 


1.17 


1.01 


.97 


.43 


1.15 


1.13 


1.34 


1.30 


3 


J. 45 


5.37 


4. 26 


5.29 


5.08 


1.33 


1. 99 


2.56 


2.31 


2.27 


4 


1.46 


1.54 


1.45 


1.54 


1.53 


3.11 


3.08 


2.51 


3.82 


3.79 


5 


.01 
6.41 


.00 

.04 




.(HI 
. CO 


.no 

.92 


.01 
5.17 


.00 
.27 


.01 
.02 


.IK) 
.29 


.00 

.50 


6 


.03 


7 


4.13 


2.95 


1.21 


2.83 


2.90 


2.48 


1.81 


.84 


1.92 


1.94 


8 


2. 01 


1.19 


.32 


1.13 


1.18 


3.32 


1.22 


. 25 


1.22 


1.31 


9 


.Zi 


.59 


.51 


. 59 


.57 


.45 


.70 


.'.11 


.86 


.84 


10 


.19 


.28 


.15 


.27 


.27 


.01 


.05 


.02 


.05 


.05 


11 


.31 


.91 


.78 


.90 


.87 


.72 


1.21 


1.32 


1.36 


1.33 


12 


2. 20 


5. 26 


2.39 


5.06 


4.91 


.72 


1.46 


.38 


1.60 


1.56 


13 


.02 
1.97 


.02 
3.47 




.02 
3.38 


.02 

3.30 




.00 
1.43 




.00 
1.08 


.00 

1.65 


14 


2.12 


1.04 


2.99 


15 


.02 


.04 


.01 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.00 


.04 


.04 


16 


11.78 


15.54 


9.18 


15.10 


14.91 


7.11 


7.44 


6.59 


8.22 


8.17 


17 


.12 
.03 


.37 
.24 


.32 

.10 


.37 
.23 


.30 
.22 




.08 
.10 


.11 

.19 


.09 
.11 


.09 
.11 


18 


.05 


19 


.13 


.31 


1.02 


.30 


.35 


.11 


.20 


.67 


.45 


.44 


20 


.49 


1.83 


1.31 


1.61 


1.54 


.19 


.22 


. 13 


.25 


.24 


21 


.03 


.15 


.33 


.10 


.10 


.07 


.10 


.33 


.14 


.14 


22 




.02 
.82 


1 


.02 

.79 


.02 

.70 




.01 
.51 


.01 
.32 


.01 
.55 


.01 
.53 


23 


.25 


.45 


.18 


24 


.16 


.30 


.14 


.28 


.28 


.04 


.17 


.15 


.19 


.18 


25 


.09 


.05 


. 06 


.1)5 


.05 


.03 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.02 


26 


24.94 


40. 25 


28.31 


45.01 


43.90 


17.78 


21.68 


22.98 


26.48 


26. 10 


27 


59. 04 


90.52 


58.17 


88.29 


86. 69 


45.41 


40. Hi 


40.31 


54.39 


53.99 





132 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 
Table 47. — Admissions, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 



RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 



Ageut. 



Agent causing injury (excluding battle injuries), 
(The following arc included above.) 



Knife.. . .. 
Pistol ball. 
Rifle ball . 



Cutting and piercing instruments (others). 

Other military agents 

Sinking ships 

Air machines 

Automobiles 



Motorcycles 

Railroad accidents. . 
Street car accidents. 

Other vehicles 

Animals. 



Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls 

Splinters 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones 

Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted. 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



Total. 



Officers, 

other 

countries. 



0. 12 
.95 
.72 
1.07 
2.50 
.12 
1.1!) 
1.43 
.95 
.12 



.83 



1.91 
.24 

10. 95 



.12 
.12 
.36 



American troops in other 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



I. ss 

. 53 

.41 

9.77 

.59 



Colored. Total 



1.24 

1.47 
.18 
.29 
.24 

3.06 
.06 

5.12 
.06 
22. 31) 
.35 
.35 



.94 

.18 



.12 
.12 
.24 ! 

18. 93 | 

43.51 



.77 
.35 
.24 

58.49 

108. 92 



3.59 
1. .SO 

.90 
9. 63 

.45 



1.12 
.22 
.22 



1. 35 

28.05 



18. 18 



40. IS 
.90 
1.35 



.45 
1.35 



.90 
.22 
.22 

78.77 

1S9. 86 



2.24 
.79 
.51 

9.74 
.56 



1.21 

1.21 
.19 
.23 
.47 

8.25 
.05 

7.83 

.05 

26.06 

.47 

.56 



.79 

.33 

.23 

62.70 

125. 73 



ADMISSIONS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY 



133 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 11)17, to Dec. .}/, 1.919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Hawaii. 



Panama. 



Other 
countries 
and not 

stated. 



Transports. 



White. 



2. 35 

.37 

.87 

.9. (iS 

1.48 

.00 

. 12 

4.70 

7.24 

.25 

.12 

1.24 

9.04 



10.09 

.06 

30.57 



Colored. 



3.01 
.90 
1.21 
6. 03 
1.51 



Total. 



White. 



.31 
.37 



1.42 
.93 
.08 

98. 2H 

180. 07 



2.11 
1.81 



.30 
.90 



20. 19 
.60 
.30 



.30 

.30 



.30 
54. 23 



2.40 

.41) 

.92 

9.04 

1.49 

.05 

.10 

4. 20 

0.31 

.21 

!io 

1.1)8 
7.05 



8.73 

.05 

2S. 80 



.31 
.36 



.10 

90. 70 



2.49 

.81 

1.27 

12. 70 

1.73 

'""."is" 

3.10 
.91 
.36 



1.07 
0. 10 



5. 38 

.05 

24.33 

.31 

.01 



1.47 
.20 
.05 

1.22 
.51 



Total. 



1.41 

1.97 

11.24 

10.47 

11.38 

.70 

.70 

1.70 

1.34 

1.69 

.21 

1. 62 

5. 55 



3.72 

.07 

33. 87 

.35 

.21 

9. 90 

1.41 

.14 

"i'ii" 

.49 

.07 

75.32 

177.70 



0.18 
. 11 
.20 
.00 
.81 
.1)1 
.05 
.3(1 
.04 
. 11 



Colored. 



0. (V.) 



.03 
.12 
.01 
.00 



3.27 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.25 
.03 
.02 
.18 
.03 
.01 

li. 46 

13. 06 



Total. 



.76 

"i.'oi 



2. 50 



Native troops (eidistcd men). 



Filipinos. 



Hawalians. 



Office 
classifi- 
Porto cation. 
Ricans. 



0.19 
.10 
.24 
.04 



3. (X) 
.01 
.06 
.01 
.22 
.04 
.02 
.19 
.03 
.01 

6. 12 

13.00 



0. SI 

.22 

.49 

S.99 

1.13 



10.30 
.32 
. 10 



.49 
.38 



.27 

.92 

37. 20 



1.78 
.53 



2. 32 
1.25 
.18 
.18 
.89 
.89 



1. 25 



8.73 
.18 
.53 



0.93 

.70 

.OS 

4. 73 

1.10 



1.09 
.25 
.25 



1.52 
1.10 



.42 



12.51 
.08 
.42 



.51 
.17 



.34 
.17 



70. 00 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
lo 
11 
1_> 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



134 



MEMCA1, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers anel enlisted men, white, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS."" t 



Total of mean annual strengths for the war period.. 4, 12S,479 4 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



10 

12 

14 

L8 

19e 

19f 

19g 

lili 

m 

isk 

191 

19p 

20a 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25a 

25b 

20 

17 



Cause . 



28a 

28b 
29 
30-35 



37 

38a 

38b 



39-45 
46 
48a 
50 
51a 
52a 
53a 
53b 
116 
54 
5.5c 
55e 
56a 
.56b 

57-59 



1. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 



Scarlet fever 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench fever 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Pyemia, surgical 

Ant hrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism 



11. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis' (ot hers) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal diseases. 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection. 
Gonocoeeus infection . 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic tioiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Addison's disease '. 

Leucemia 

Hodgldn's disease 

Spleen, diseases of 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Purpura 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addict ion 

Poisoning, chronic 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



1 

36 

14 

2,370 

354 

177 

24,664 

7 

73 

39 

1 

82 

1,836 

6 



5 

2 

2 

49 



.'.'Jill 

1 

209 

316 

2,766 



143 

6 

24 

173 



132 
27 
35 

104 

11 

16 

21 

9 

3 

20 

13 

30 

56 

II 

1 





Tot 
206, 3S2 


al United stales Army. 

3,599,527 2S6, 54S 

Total enlisted men, America 






,092,457 


3,886,075 

i troops. 


36,022 


Total 
officers 


Total 

otlicers. 


Total 
native 
troops. 


and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


White.* 


Colored. 


Color 

not 
stated. 


Total. 


227 


7 


182 

1 

24 

9 

2,22s 

338 

154 

20, 888 

2 

54 

29 

1 

77 

1,387 

5 

5 

4 

1 

12 
72 
4 
19 
1- 
2 

I 

39 

1,324 


25 


13 


220 

1 

30 

13 

2,364 

350 

170 

23,979 

2 

68 

37 

1 

82 

1,777 

6 

5 

5 

2 

16 

93 

6 

22 

1 

4 

5 

2 

2 

46 

2,173 

202 
304 

2,680 

137 

6 

22 

165 

109 

21 

35 

97 

11 

11 

IK 

8 

3 

17 

12 

29 

53 

10 

1 




1 




31 
14 


1 
3 
4 
7 
596 


5 

2 

116 

2 

2,287 


1 

2 

20 

10 

11 

804 


5 


2, 367 
354 


3 


177 




24,575 
2 


89 
5 
4 


69 
39 


1 
2 


8 
5 


6 
3 


1 




82 




4 

239 
1 


1 
151 




1,833 

6 


56 


3 











5 






1 

1 

2 
9 
1 
2 




2 








17 

98 

6 


1 
5 


2 
12 

1 
1 


3 
1 


22 






1 







1 






2 


1 








2 




1 






2 








48 

2,224 
1 


2 
51 


782 

1 

82 

104 

969 

1 

56 

8 
2 
3 
16 


2 
67 


1 

16 


206 

313 

2,744 

140 
6 


4 

9 

64 

3 


111 

187 
1,622 

82 

4 

20 

106 

99 
16 
31 
7S 
11 
11 

IX 

8 

3 

16 

12 

22 

48 

9 


9 
13 
89 

2 

1 


3 
3 

3 


24 


2 
5 

18 

6 




170 

127 
27 


3 

2 
3 

3 


3 

5 


35 




103 
11 


1 


16 


2 
2 
1 


3 






20 




1 


9 






3 








19 


2 

1 
1 
3 


1 




1 


13 




30 


e 


1 
5 




56 


r 


111 


i 
i 


1 







o Deaths which occurred as the result of operations done for the removal of defects are charged to the defects. In some instances deaths have 
been wrongly charged to troops or localities for which no admissions or too few admissions are shown in other tables. This was due to clerical 
error which it is not now practicable to correct, and applies also to detailed tables which appear later. The number of deaths so involved is 
only 19. The total number of deaths is not affected by the error in question. 
"b Includes total strength for il Other countries and not stated." 
Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



135 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1. 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in 


United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




124,266 


1, 965, 297 


145,82" 


2,111,123 


2, 235, 38!) 

Total 
officers 

and 

eidisted 

men. 


73,728 1.469.656 


122,412 




1,592,068 


1,665,796 




Officers. 
4 










Enlisted men. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not Total, 
stated. 


No. 


3 


54 


17 


71 


71 


123 


8 


13 


lit 


148 


1 

o 


1 


IS 


24 

1 

1, 987 

268 

96 

16, 571 




1 




1 2 


4 




1 

1,889 

26.5 

89 

14,617 




1 

1, 986 

267 

92 

16, 184 


1 
1 
3 
3 
191 


2 

318 

61 

61 

5,753 





2 4 
20 i 357 

10 71 

11 73 
794 7,175 


5 

358 

74 

76 

7, 366 






1 

1 

4 

3*7 


97 

2 

3 

1,567 


19 


6 

7 


1 
628 


9 
10 
12 


1 


14 
19 

1 


6 
4 


20 

23 

1 

78 

958 


21 

25 

1 

78 

9.86 




35 
9 


2 


6 43 , 43 

3 12 12 


14 


2 




18 








19e 


::.:.::::::: 


74 


4 




3 


1 4 4 

149 779 i 802 

6 6 


19f 


28 


825 ! 133 


23 


534 
5 
4 
2 


96 
1 


19g 

19i 




1 




1 
2 


1 
2 





4 4 


191 

19k 




2 




1 1 1 3 

1 1 1 2 


3 
2 

8 

36 

3 

6 








1 


191 


1 


7 


8 

57 
3 
15 


9 
61 

3 
15 




5 2 


19p 

20a 
20c 


4 


48 
3 
14 


9 


1 


23 
1 
4 


3 9 35 

11 1 3 
1 2 l 6 




1 




22 










2.1 




1 




1 


1 




1 




2 3 


3 
5 
1 
1 
20 

946 


24 












1 
1 






1 
19 

769 




1 

1 

24 

1,202 

1 

74 

130 

1,407 

91 
3 

8 
102 

74 

12 

17 

68 

9 

10 

8 

5 

3 

10 

4 

13 

42 


1 




1 


1 




251) 






1 




26 


2 


5 

433 

22 

44 

500 

35 


26 

1,241 

1 

76 

139 

1,457 

93 

3 

8 

104 

87 

15 

17 

73 

9 

12 

9 

6 

3 

12 

13 

43 

9 




18 




2 20 


47 


39 


10 


530 


341 


65 936 


28a 

2S1) 


2 
9 


52 

86 

907 

56 
3 

66 

69 
11 
16 


2 


51 

96 

680 

24 


59 

59 

459 

17 


9 122 
13 16S 


124 
168 

1,23* 

43 

3 

12 

58 

33 
11 

is 


29 

30-35 


so 

2 


12 


87 

2 
1 


1,226 

43 

3 

10 

56 

30 
9 
18 


37 






1 


38a 




1 
36 

5 
1 
1 
12 


2 
2 

3 
2 


10 




38b 


2 

13 
3 


35 

26 

5 

15 

20 

o 

2 
10 
3 


IS 

2 
1 
2 
4 


3 

2 
3 
1 


39-45 
48 

isa 


5 


56 

9 


1 


3 


27 
2 
4 


2* 50 
2 51a 


2 


9 


1 




2 





4 52a 


1 8 

l fi 


1 




10 11 53a 
3 3 53b 











3 
10 












116 


2 






6 


6 6 


54 


1 






8 
12 

3 

1 






8 8 
15 16 


55c 




9 


4 


1 

2 


2 


1 




1 


42 




5 


8 10 


56a 


' i' 


9 




1 1 56b 










1 




1 1 57-59 



136 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men. white, colored, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 







American troops in other 


Inter- 


Total of mean annual strengths for the war period. . 


8,388 


16, 995 


4,456 


21,451 


16,161 


3,319 


19, 480 


19,688 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


Cause. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


l'hili 


mine Island?.'' 


Hawaii. 


Panama 


No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 
4 


White. 


1 


I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 

venereal). 








4 






*> 




















2 
3 




2 

3 








3 




















3 

1 




3 

1 






o 




2 




















IS 


2 
2 
4 




2 
2 

4 


3 


2 


5 


9 










































1 "" 




















19g 


Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 5 








1 


1 


1 








isj 








"'I 












" 






iii 














19p 



















































23 






1 


























25b 














26 


















47 


















2Sa 


II. Tuberculosis. 


2 


8 




8 


1 


1 


2 


1 


28b 









29 




1 




1 








30-35 






i" 

2 


1 
2 


2 
4 






2 


9 

1 




9 
2 


1 
1 




III. Venereal diseases. 

Syphilis fall) 


1 


1 












38b 






1 




1 
3 

2 














1 

2 

1 


2 

1 


1 

1 








1 


39-45 


IV. General diseases (others). 


1 




1 










Arthritis 




















































52a 
,53a 
53b 
116 
54 
55c 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 











































:::::::::: 






















1 


1 






































1 




1 
























::..:::::: 













<■ Includes troops In China. 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COXJNTKY. 



137 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

U1SOL1 I K M MBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 










Native troops (enlisted men). 








1 

14,232 


97, 498 


10,535 ' 

1 




108,033 


18,576 


5 6i"> ii. mi 






i 




Hawaiian*. 


l'orto 
Uicans. 


Inter- 


Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


lational 
classifi- 
cation 


White.d 


Colored.d 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated . 


Total. 


No. 










1 






1 








' 1 


1 






1 












2 
4 

5 
















2 




3 


3 
2 

1 

1 

137 






3 

2 

1 

2 

146 




2 




2 
16 

8 

3 

458 








16 

8 

3 

337 




1 




2 


6 












7 


1 

7 














9 


2 


83 


8 


17 
3 


8 


61 


10 
12 


1 

1 






1 
1 













1 


14 








1 




1 


IS 


















i9e 






















19f 


' 5 




2 


7 


22 


9 




31 i 




2 


192 










19i 






















19i 
19k 












i 


























191 


















2 

1 




1 


19p 
20a 











1 






1 




















20c 








1 
1 






1 

1 








22 


















23 












1 






24 
























25a 


















25b 

26 

47 












2 















1 




5 




1 


10 


7 


1 


18 


10 


4 


2 


28a 






28b 


3 
2 
10 






it 


1 

2 

i s 


1 




2 
o 

22 


3 


29 








2 
15 




1 
3 


30-35 




1 


8 


1 












3 


37 




















38a 


i 
? 






i 
i 


1 

1 

o 


1 

1 




2 
2 

2 








38b 












3 
2 










2 


1 


39-45 












46 






















48a 


i 






i 


1 






1 






1 


50 














51a 


















52a 


















1 


53a 


















53b 


















116 


















1 


54 


















55c 


i 






i 












558 






2 






2 




1 


56a 












56b 
















1 




57-59 



d Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



138 



MEDICAL AXI) CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



6(1 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

86b 

60c 

69 

74b 

74e 

74f 
72 

742 



67 

6Sd 
6Se 
OSg 
fish 
BSi 



75r 



76a 
76b 

76e 



86a 
86b 

S6d 
X6e 

sfii 



87 
1(H) 



77 

78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79c 

80 

81a 

81b 

81e 

81d 

82 



83d 
84a 
84b 
85e 
85f 
85g 
85h 



Cause. 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

including 

native 

troops. 



Nerious system, diseases of (all). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epile'psv 

Neurasthenia 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of 
the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Menial alienation. 



General paralysis of the insane. 

Dementia precox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 
Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 

VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Ear, other diseases of 



IX. Nasal fosste , diseases of. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs.. . 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Nasal fossa', other diseases of 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



Larynx, diseases of . . . 
Pharynx, diseases of. 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 

Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(6) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(5) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency.. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis.. 

Arteries, other diseases of. 

Embolism and thrombosis. 

Hemorrhoids. 

Varicose veins. 

Phlebitis. 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of. . 

Heart-block .". 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

| Circulatory system, other diseases of. 



L6 



217 

64 

3 



1 

» 

2 

33 

170 



IS 
256 



28 
43 
126 

Is 

3 

62 

13 

17 

! 

12 

11 

in:: 

73 

68 

18 

II 

14 

1 

5 

38 

15 

7 

3 

7 

28 

5 

16 

16 

18 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



27 

.'in 

2 

1 

2S 

62 
I 
5 

35 



217 

64 

3 



18 
256 



28 

43 

124 

18 

3 

62 

13 

16 

1 

11 

11 

101 

73 

65 

18 

9 

14 

1 

5 

38 

15 

7 

3 

7 

28 

4 

16 

16 

18 



Total 
officers. 



1 

15 
8 

6 
2 
6 



Total enlisted me:i. American Iroops. 



White. 



Colored. 



His 

1 
1 

22 

5u 



204 

59 
2 



1 

4 

2 

29 

14S 



16 
214 







5 
6 


1 


1 








5 


2 


1 




2 







Color 

not 

stated. 



Total. 



26 

231 

1 

1 

28 

56 
1 
5 

35 
1 



3 

3 

72 



19 



1 




3 i 

3 





Is 

27 



213 
62 
3 



1 
4 

L' 

32 

105 



17 
237 



Us 

41 

113 

15 

3 
58 
L3 
13 

1 

10 
10 

SO 

05 

64 

12 

7 

8 

1 

4 
33 
15 



7 
26 

3 
16 
13 
17 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



139 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States ( including 


Alaska). 


1'nited States 


Army in Europe (excluding Russia) 








Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

15 

95 

2 

1 
20 

46 


Officers. 

1 
3 


White. 


Enhste 


1 men. 


Total. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

11 

138 


I nt er- 
mtional 


Officers. 


Whit o. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


H:is*ifi- 
cation 

No. 




73 
1 




15 

89 
1 


7 
89 


1 1 2 
17 29 


in 
135 


60 


6 

1 


16 


61 

62 




l L ... 








63a 




16 

38 


4 20 
4 42 




5 
11 


1 l 


13 

1 


7 

15 
1 


631) 


4 


2 


2 

1 




64 






66b 




3 
22 




3 

24 


3 
24 












2 




6 


3 ; 2 


11 


11 


69 












3 


1 1 4 


4 




1 

1 
1 

19 

:>. 
5 




1 

3 

1 

25 

6 

7 


1 

3 

2 

26 

6 

1 
5 
5 
13 

9 

59 
20 

1 

1 


74e 








2 


74f 




2 
39 

2 
11 




4^ 


2 
42 

6 

13 


1 

1 





72 




3 




6 


74K 
67 


3 


1 ' 3 

1 


3 


1 




2 




68(1 




1 








27 
10 
12 

2 

140 

43 

2 


1 28 
2 


28 
12 

12 

4 

155 

44 

2 


4 

2 
11 

7 

."}."} 
16 




1 
1 

1 


5 
5 

13 

8 

59 
19 

1 

1 
1 


lisp 
681) 
68i 

75 r 












12 




1 

1 

2 
1 




2 


4 


1 


4 


5 l.".l 


2 

2 
1 




1 




43 
2 


1 


761) 












1 
1 








3 

2 

20 

143 

5 

1.51 

13 
23 
oil 

I 

30 
4 
6 




3 
2 
23 


3 

2 

24 

167 

li 
177 

15 

25 
66 
12 

3 
34 

5 
11 
















Mid 


1 


3 




9 
3 

10 
60 

8 
12 
30 

4 




9 
3 

11 

69 

13 

16 

50 

6 


9 
3 

11 
75 

13 

is 

52 

6 


slip 


5 


17 162 






86 i 


1 




5 




1 
4 

5 




87 


12 


11 

2 
2 


165 

15 

25 


6 


5 


100 




2 

2 


2 

8 
2 


2 
12 




8 
3 


8 58 
2 


79a 

79a (1 






3 

32 

5 






79a(2 


2 


2 

1 


1 


10 
5 
5 


4 

1 


9 


' 23 

6 

5 

1 

9 

5 

S\ 

25 

23 

2 

1 

2 

1 


24 

6 

5 

1 

111 

6 

37 

28 

23 

4 

3 

4 

1 

1 

15 

4 

4 


79a<3 
79a(4 


3 


2 8 






79a(5 






1 
2 


79a (7 






1 1 

1 4 
8 46 
8 , 38 
4 41 
2 


1 
4 
55 
43 
42 
11 
5 
10 


1 
1 
4 
3 


6 

4 

23 
16 
20 
2 
1 
1 
1 


1 
1 

4 






3 
38 

30 

37 

5 

5 

5 


79b 


9 
5 

1 
4 


6 
2 
X 


79c 
79d 
79e 


2 

2 
2 




80 




5 
6 




81a 


4 


1 




1 


sib 










4 
IS 

9 
2 
1 
4 

12 
2 

10 




4 
16 
11 
2 
2 


4 

19 

11 

3 

3 

6 

21 

4 

10 

3 

12 


1 

1 




Sid 


3 


1 
2 


12 
3 

4 


J 


1 


14 

4 
4 


82 


1 
1 






83c 


1 






83d 


2 6 
8 20 

1 




1 

3 




1 
5 


1 

6 


84a 


1 
1 


1 


1 1 1 


Mb 




10 










851 


3 






9 
4 


2 1 


12 

4 


12 
5 


852 

8oll 


11 


I 


12 


1 



f 



140 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored. 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 


American troops in other 


r 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


4. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored 


Total. 


White. 




60 


V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 


















1 


81 






1 




1 












02 
















63a 
63b i 
64 

66b ! 

66c ! 

74b 1 
























1 




1 




















' 


















































' 














1 




Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the 
heart). 




























■ 


72 




















Tig 






1 




i 








1 




VI. Mental alienation. 












■ 




















1 




















' 


6*g 
























1 


i 










68i 














| 




VII. Eyes and their anneia, diseases of. 


















VIII. Ear. diseases of. 




1 




i 


l 




1 






76 b 
















76e 


















86a 


IX. Nasal fossae, diseases of. 


















86b 




















S6d 
86e 


















| 




































87 


X. Throat, diseases of. 


















100 





















77 


XL Circulatory system, diseasesof. 
















78 






















i 




1 


1 




1 


2 


79a 








79a 


















(3) Mitral insufficiency 


i 




1 


i 


1 1 


1 


79a 






1 


79a 























































79b 












1 1 






79c 




2 


1 
1 




i 

i 




1 | 1 






7'.M 


























80 






2 
1 




2 










sia 
















81b 

















81c 





















81d 




















82 




1 
















































1 


S3d 


























......... 








1 






















Nif 














85? 






: - ::: ! H' " T 














1 




















1 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



141 



Filipino, Porto Mean, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1U11, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusivt — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Other countries and not stated. 



Transports. 



Colored. 



Color not 
stated. 



Total. White. 



Colored. 



Color not 
stated. 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Filipinos. 



Total. 



Inter- 
national 
ilassiti- 

Porto cation 
Hawaiian*. ™S& No . 



M 

61 

62 

itta 

63b 

64 

liiili 

6Cc 

69 

74b 

74e 

74 f 
72 
74R 



fisd 

RSg 

r,Sh 
tSi 



7Sr 



76a 

7til) 
Ttie 



86a 
86b 

stki 
866 
86i 



87 
UK) 



7* 

79a 

79a(11 

79a(2) 

79a(3) 

79ai4) 

79a(5) 

79a(7) 

79a(S) 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79e 

80 

sia 

81b 

81c 

Kid 

82 

xia 

Mc 

S3d 

84a 

84b 

sse 

85f 

S.-.L' 

S5h 



142 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 4S. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers anil enlisted men, white, colored, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Tot 

Total 
officers. 


al United 


States \rmv. 






Inter- 
national 


Total en 


listed men 


American troops. 


Total 

native 
troops. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


Total. 


89-90 
91 
92a 
!».;.! 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 
98 

99c 
101 


XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 


439 

9,022 

10, 145 

182 

55 

116 

1 

38 

15 
1 
34 
40 
29 
21 
174 

4 

586 

106 

84 

5 

32 

21 

6 

28 

14 

21 

67 

9 

9 

7 

126 

2.58 

4 

1 

20 

19 

13 

3 

1 

3 

■5 

6 

4 
16 
11) 
8.5 
51 
33 

9 
2 
3 

3 
11 


439 

8,992 

10,099 

182 

54 

116 

1 

36 

3 

38 

1.5 
1 
34 
39 
28 
21 
173 


22 
192 

194 
1 
1 
6 


334 

6, 480 

7,073 

146 

10 

87 

1 

24 

3 

17 

11 
1 
28 
32 
20 
18 
1.50 


42 
1,063 
2,222 

23 
11 

IS 


41 

1, 2.57 

610 

12 

5 


417 

8,800 

9, 905 

181 

50 

110 

1 

34 

3 

36 

13 

1 
32 

38 

25 
21 
171 






30 
46 








1 




Gangrene of lungs 




2 


10 












■1 
2 


7 

2 


12 




XIII. Digestive systein, diseases of. 












2 

1 
3 


4 

3 
5 








3 


1 




3 
9 


105c 

107a 

107c 

10S 

109a 

109b 

110a 

11 Oh 

113 

114 

1 15a 

Hob 

115C 

117a 

117b 

1 18a 

use 

119 

120 

122a 

122c 

122d 

122p 

123 

124a 

124 b 

1 ■;,,. 




2 


12 


1 

2 
2 
1 






2 

.584 

10.5 

84 

5 

32 

20 

6 

28 

It 

21 

65 

9 

9 

7 

126 

256 

4 

20 
19 
13 
3 
1 
3 
5 

6 

4 
16 

9 

83 
51 
31 

9 
2 
3 

3 

11 




2 
473 

S6 

69 

4 

27 

19 

4 

23 

11 

14 

40 

7 

6 

3 

91 

188 
3 
1 
17 
12 
10 
2 






2 
550 
101 

80 

5 

28 

20 

.5 

24 

11 

20 

63 

9 

6 

6 

119 

240 

4 

1 

18 

19 

11 

2 

1 

3 

5 

6 

1 
12 

8 
76 
4.5 
29 

9 
2 
3 

3 
10 




34 
4 

4 


48 
14 
6 
1 


29 
1 
5 










4 


1 


i 

1 
1 


I 




1 
4 
3 
1 
2 















Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 


4 

16 
2 


2 

7 




2 




3 

7 
16 






2 

19 

41 

1 


1 

9 
11 




XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of 
(nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 




2 


Abscess, perinephritic 










2 


1 
5 
1 








2 






2 

1 




Cystitis 






1 










3 
5 

4 

4 

11 
7 
62 
40 
19 

8 
2 

1 : 

8 
















I27e Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 




2 






XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 








143a 

143 b 

144 a 
144b 
1450 

146a 
146b 




4 

1 

6 




1 
1 
1 
2 
2 




Abscess 

Cellulitis 


13 
3 

8 

1 


1 

2 


Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of 

XVI. Hones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 


2 


















147e Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 








119h 


Organs oflocomotion, other diseases of 


1 


1 


1 





e Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



143 



Filipino, Porlo Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



r i I'nited Stales Army m United States (including Alaska). 





Enlisted men. 



White. 



Colored. 



24 

3,429 

4,330 

97 

25 

42 

1 

9 

2 



3 

634 

1,363 

13 
1 
4 



Total. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



27 

4,063 

5,693 

110 

26 

40 

1 

12 

2 

12 



1'nited States Arnn in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Enlisted men. 



Officers. 



White. 



Colored. 




304 

2,919 

2,414 

48 

15 

41 



38 

305 
77s 

10 
8 

13 



Color 
not 

staled. 



40 

1,244 

534 

12 

1 



Total. 



10 



10 
16 



16 
127 



382 

4.55 s 
3. 726 

70 
24 
59 



21 

1 

24 



111 
21 
9 
19 
145 



Total 

officers 

and 

i nlisti d 
men. 



392 

4,664 

3.819 

71 

27 

62 



in 

19 

140 



Inter- 
national 
el issiii- 
eatinu 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
931) 
93e 
95 
96 
97 
98 



99e 
101 
102a 
102c 

105a 
105b 
105c 
107a 
107c 

Ins 

109a 
1091) 
110a 

1101) 

113 

lit 

115a 

115b 

115c 

117a 

1171) 

llsa 

11 St- 



lig 

120 

122a 

1 22c 

122d 

122e 

123 

124a 

1241) 

125b 

127c 

1270 



40 

119 

2 

1 

15 
6 
9 



314 


27 


341 


71 


13 


S4 


44 


4 


48 


4 




4 


14 




14 


14 




14 


3 


1 


4 


13 




13 


4 




4 


6 


3 


9 


31 


7 


3S 


3 




3 



II 

22 



51 

141 

2 

1 

16 
7 

in 



302 
s7 
50 
4 
16 
14 

5 
1« 
4 
!l 
40 
3 
7 
:: 



51 

151 

2 

1 

17 
7 

10 
1 

4 



2 
130 
14 
20 



12 
4 
1 

10 
6 
8 
S 
2 
1 
I 



48 

62 

1 

"2 
6 
1 
2 



7 
1 



29 
1 



is.", 

16 

26 

I 

13 

5 

1 

11 

6 

II 

23 

4 

1 

4 



64 

91 

2 

"2' 

1 I 
I 
2 

I 



2 
194 

17 

28 

1 

15 

5 

I 

12 

9 

12 

23 

4 

2 

4 



70 
97 



3 
11 
3 
2 
1 



I 

7 

6 

33 

29 

9 



6 
42 
32 

I I 



1 

9 

7 

47 

3o 

15 



2 
4 
1 

22 

in 
9 



12 
13 



29 
14 
14 



142 

143a 
1431) 
144-J 
144b 
1450 



146a 
1 46b 
147c 

147e 
14911 



144 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, irhite, colored, 
ABSOLUTE XUMHEKS. 





Cause. 












American troops in other r 


Inter- 
nal ionul 


O Hirers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 




Hawaii. 




Panama , 


classifi- ; 
cation 
No. 1 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 

1 


Colored. 


Total. 


- 
White. » 




XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 




, 




1 
8 
8 






/ 


91 


Pneumonia, lobar 


6 | 


i 


4 




2 1 2 

1 4 




92a 


7 I 


3 


I 


















93c 














95 






i 




:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 


96 






1 




1 




















} 


98 



















99c 


XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



















101 
















102a 




i 




1 
1 










102c 






1 












105a 


















105b 










1 




1 




105c 














107a 




















107c 




















108 


Appendicitis 


4 


3 




3 


2 


i 


3 


5 


109a 




109b 












1 


i 


2 


' 


110a 














110b 

















113 
















114 












:::::::::::::::::::: 




115a 














, 


115b 












1 




115c 
117a 
117)) 
118a 
I18e 




















1 




1 













































119 


XIV. Genitourinary sy stem, diseases of (nonvene real). 


1 












1 


120 


2 


1 


3 




2 


1 


122a 














122c 

















12-2(1 



















122c 




1 


1 




i 


123 










... .l. ... 


124a 














.. :::::::: 


124b 
















125b 



















127c 


















127e 


Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 

















142 


XV, Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 


















1 43a 
















j 


143b 














' 


144a 






2 


! 


2 




, 

i 




2 


144b 




1 











1 


1450 












i 


1 


14Ha 


XVI. Hones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 














I4<ib 














147c 












:::::::::: : 


147e 


Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 
















149h 





















DEATHS OI'KICEKS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



145 



"Filipino, Porlo Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. -11, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Other countries and not stated. 



Transports. 



White. ' Colored. 



Color not 
stated. 




l'hilipinos Hawaiians. gj°^° 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



S9-90 

91 

92a 

93a 

93 b 

93c 

95 

% 

97 

98 



99c 
101 
102a 
102c 
105a 
lOSb 
105c 
107a 
107c 
10S 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 
113 
114 
115a 
115b 
115c 
117a 
U7b 
lisa 
118c 



119 

120 

122a 

122c 

122d 

1 22c 

123 

124a 

124b 

125b 

127c 

127e 



1 . 


n::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 




i :::::::::::::::::::: :.:.:::...:::::..:... 1 


. . 




1 ... 


i 






1 I 2 


.... 2 2 







142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

145o 



146a 
146b 
147c 

147e 
149h 



14G 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 4S. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored* 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Total United Slates Army. 



Cause. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 



150 Congenital malformations 

lsu Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 



office 
classifi- 
cation. 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
is 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
21 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



Total. 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray 

Compression 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from t raumat isms 

Dislocation of joint 

Drowning, except suicide 

Eye and annexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

'las. deleterious absorption 

I lunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of joint 

Strain. 



Total Total 

officers i officers 

and and 

enlisted enlisted 

men, | men, 

Including Ameri- 

native I can 

troops. troops. 



Total 
officers. 



Tola! enlisted men, American troops. 



While. 



495 



1 

2117 



58,119 57,853 1,470 45,285 



Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic... 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating.. 
Wounds, perforating... 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others). 



Total 

( i rand total 

Agent causing injury {excluding battle injuries). 
(The following are Included above.) 



Knife 

Pistol ball 

Utile ball 

Cutting and piercing instruments (others). 

( >lher milit ary agents 

Sinking ships'. 

Air machines 

Automobiles 

Motorcycles 

Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Ol her vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls....: 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones 

St rangulat ion 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



Total. 



ll."i 



5,591 



71 
455 
483 
111 
776 

82 
621 
307 
142 
501 

53 
1411 

54 

13 

91 
3D 

2s4 

,s 
3 
4 
3 
56 
14 
10 
72 
1,207 

5,591 



1 


1 
39 




:;>.i 


2 


56 


56 


4 


717 


715 


192 


9 


9 


1 


IS 


IS 


3 


499 


494 


14 


-.17 


27 


HI 


■» 


2 
663 




663 


107 


683 


681 


86 


3 


3 
102 




102 


1 


65 


64 


2 


33 


33 


4 


101 


1111 


9 


15 


15 
110 




lit) 


10 


9 


9 


1 


24 


24 


3 


II 


11 
597 




807 


68 


III 


10 
323 




325 


31 


439 


437 


17 


240 


240 


19 


171 


172 





457 


457 


55 



60 

1 

2S 

40 

434 

8 

12 

327 

15 

2 

451 

472 

3 

72 

52 

24 

68 

14 

86 

7 

20 

8 

4',,; 

6 

181 

J.-.7 

161 

120 

262 



Colored. 



63 



Color 

not 
stated. 



1 
153 



7, 675 



3,417 



63,710 63,418 



683 



3.664 



,159 48,949 



71 
449 

476 

III 

774 

82 

621 

307 

142 

5111 

53 

1 in 

52 

13 

89 

30 

2.S3 

8 



56 
14 
10 

72 
,201 

,565 



2 

42 

26 
5 ' 

39 

1 

387 

36 

22 

13 
1 
2 
1 

2 
6 
1 

24 



1 



1 

2 

8 

61 

us:; 



63 

31)4 

344 

94 

466 

2 

209 

227 

109 

321 

48 

105 

47 

9 

68 

22 

218 

7 

2 

3 



I 

133 

2 



Total. 



2 

483 



56, 377 



1 

1 

47 

4 

94 

123 

34 

35 

123 



289 



929 



12 
6 
55 

868 

3,684 



2 
51 
64 

4 
232 
79 
24 
35 

9 
139 

1 
28 

3 

2 
11 

4 
23 



76 
7 
1 
37 
52 

553 

8 

15 

480 
17 
2 

556 

595 
3 

101 
62 
29 
92 
15 

100 

8 

21 

11 

529 
10 

292 

420 

221 
167 

402 



4,882 



61,259 



2 
2 

212 



69 

407 

i:,il 

106 

735 

81 

234 

271 

120 

488 

52 

138 

51 

11 

83 

29 

259 

8 

2 

4 

3 

56 

13 

s 

64 

1,140 

4,882 



k DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 

. Filipino, Poiio Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1 , 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



147 





United States Army 


in United St 
Enlisted mc 


ales (ineludinR Alaska). 




United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 


Inter- 








n. 








Enlisted men. 
























Tnf.,1 "a ti0 " al 




















lotal rlassifi- 










officers 










ofheers rattan 




Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


No. 
















1 

115 


28 


1 
15C 


2 
29 


2 


150 




4 


142 


35 


177 


181 


8 


1 301 


189 




860 


29,272 


4,726 


33, 998 


34, 858 


562 


14, 752 


2,695 3,309 


20, 756 


21,318 














| 








classifi- 
























cation. 




22 


33 

1 

2" 
25 


1 


36 

1 
21 
26 


58 

1 
22 

30 


17 


23 


2 


12 


37 


51 


2 
3 
4 
5 


. 
















1 






1 
1 


i 


6 
11 




S 

s 


11 

22 


IS 




4 


;> 


22 6 


< 


10S 


276 


9 


285 


300 


S7 


139 


II 


94 


214 


331 7 




1 

2 
11 



8 
8 

232 
9 
2 

266 




8 
S 

244 

2 

277 


9 

10 

255 

15 

2 

342 














8 
9 






1 


3 
54 



9 


1 
53 


6 
114 

8 


7 




12 


114 11 




4 


12 








14 
15 




6.'. 


11 


42 


166 


21 


73 


260 


302 




38 


185 


18 


203 


24! 


45 


273 


19 


85 


377 


422 






3 
11 
30 




3 

12 
35 


3 
13 

37 














17 
18 


. 


1 
2 


1 




59 

21 


2 


25 

i 


86 
25 


86 






25 , 19 




3 


17 


2 


19 


22 


1 


4 


n 


1 


7 


8 20 




6 


46 


7 


53 


59 


2 


20 


r, 


10 


35 


37 21 






S 
59 




S 
68 


8 

74 




4 
17 


l 


5 


5 
22 


5 22 




6 


9 


3 


25 23 




] 




1 


8 


9 












24 




2 


8 

4 

362 


1 
10 


8 
372 


10 

5 
411 


1 
26 


8 
3 
79 




1 
1 

47 


9 
,2? 


10 25 




1 
l 


5 ! 26 




39 


153 


27 






3 
44 




3 

47 


3 
58 














28 




11 


3 


19 


135 


14 


94 


213 


262 


29 




7 


82 


8 


90 


97 


8 


160 


31 


117 


308 


316 


30 




12 


98 


13 


111 


123 


6 


51 


13 


32 


96 


102 31 




66 


5 


71 


73 


3 


50 


7 


34 


91 


94 32 


': 


15 


155 


i 


162 


177 


39 


101 


10 


123 


234 


273 


33 


362 


2,077 


125 


2,202 


2, 564 


305 


1,393 


152 


830 


2,375 


2,080 




1,222 


31,349 


4,831 


36, 200 


37,422 


867 


16,145 


2,847 i 4,139 


23,131 


23.99S 




1 


46 


2 


48 


49 


1 


17 


2 1 2 


21 


22 ' 1 




19 


188 


24 


212 


231 


20 


100 


24 ' SO 


174 


1 94 


2 


> 13 


190 


22 


212 


225 


i> 


123 


IS 61 


202 


214 


3 


3 


67 


4 


71 


74 


2 


23 


4 , 4 


31 


33 


4 




18 


117 


10 


127 


145 


17 


335 
1 

hi 


27 228 


590 

1 

61 


607 
1 


5 
6 




165 


1 


166 


378 


171 


, 24 ) 


235 7 


2.". 


140 


3 


143 


168 


11 


80 


6 1 35 


121 


132 


8 


3 


63 


2 


55 


58 


19 


47 


9! 


56 


75 


9 


s 


160 


III 


170 


178 


5 


147 


18 139 


304 


309 


10 


1 


40 
12 


2 

1 


42 
13 


43 
44 


! 


6 

62 


1 1 1 
4 28 1 


8 


8 11 


1 


i i 


95 , 12 


1 


37 
8 
37 


1 


38 

8 

38 


39 
10 
42 




8 

1 

30 




3 


11 1 

3 ! 

44 1 


11 [ 13 


2 


:;::: : 




2 1 

11 


3 14 


4 


1 


2 


3 


46 15 


1 


8 
120 




8 
127 


9 
141 




13 
82 


2 
11 


4 
23 


19 

116 


19 1 16 


14 


7 


10 | 


126 17 






4 
o 

3 


1 


5 
1 
4 


5 

3 
4 




3 




3 1 


3 


1 






1 




20 

21 


1 




















1 


2 


:s 


3 




44 

8 

3 

43 




44 

11 

3 

49 


44 
9 
5 

54 




8 

1 

2 
9 


1 




9 

1 

1 

11 


9 
5 
4 

13 






1 


1 






2 




2 
2 




3 


6 


2 




26 


28 


552 


26 


578 


606 


31 


252 


30 


200 


482 


513 


27 


362 


2,077 


125 


2,202 


2,564 


305 


1,393 


152 


830 


2, 375 


2,680 







H553— 25- 



-11 



148 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 48. — Deaths, fry countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored,, 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



Cause. 



American troops in other 



Philippine Islands. 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



White. 



Colored. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 



150 
18'J 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-denned diseases. 






Total. 



Ollice 
classifi- 
cation. 
2 
3 
4 
5 
B 
7 
8 
9 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
IT 
18 

iy 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
SO 
31 
32 
33 



XVIII. External causes (excluding bailie injuries). 
Burns. 



Burns, chemical and X-ray . 
Compression 



Concussion . 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms. 

Dislocation of joint 

Drowning, except suicide 

Eye and annexa, traumatisms of.. 
Foreign bodies. 



Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption . 
Gunshot wounds. 



Hemorrhage and results. . . 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, cither acute 

Secondary result of injury . 

Sprain of joint .'. 

Strain. 



Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic... 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, peuetrat ing . . 
Wounds, perforating... 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others). 



Total 

Grand total . 



Total. 



Hawaii. 



White. Colored. 



Total. White. 



37 



36 



Ag<nt causing injury (excluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 



Knife 

Pistol ball 

Killcball 

Cut tint; and piercing instruments (others). 

other military agents 

Sinking ships 

Air machines 

Automobiles 

Motorcycles 

"Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls....'. 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones. 



Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted . 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



Total. 



t . 
2 



1 

10 



42 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED -MEN BY COUNTRY. 



149 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1010, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Other countries and not state:!. 



Transports. 



While. 



Colored. 



*SS? ™'»- ™*- <"• : ( '^IT ^1. 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



Filipinos. Haw mans. 



Porto 
Ricans. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



150 
189 



22 35; 



86 1,122 



1!.") 



Office 

classifi- 
cation. 

:t 

4 
S 

n 

8 

g 

n 

13 
14 
IS 
16 

17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
21 
25 
2fi 
27 
2S 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



17 
1 
6 



29 



4 

Hi 



434 



6 
20 

1 
10 
10 



S7G 



156 



.232 



69 



20 
110 



3 
12 



11 
l35~ 



3 

11 



I 

2 

3 

4 

e. 

fi 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

19 

I'll 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

20 

27 



150 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. f 

Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while/ 

RATIOS PER 1,000.1 t 



Total United States Army. 



Total of mean animal strengths tor the war period . 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



4,128,479 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men , 

including 

native 

troops. 



4,092,457 



1 
2 

t 

6 
7 
9 
10 
12 
14 
is 
19e 
19f 
19s 
19i 
191 
l»k 
191 
19p 
20a 
20c 
22 
23 
21 

25a 

251) 

2fi 

47 



2Sa 
28b 
29 
30-35 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Ty phus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid IJ 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench fever 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others I 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism 



II. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Susjwctcd tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal diseases. 



37 

38a 

38b 



39-45 
46 
ISa 
50 
51a 
52a 
63a 
63h 
Ufi 
54 
55c 
55c 
56a 
56b 

57-59 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection. 
Cionococcus infection . 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arithritis 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Addison's disease 

Leuoemia 

Hodgkin's disease 

Spleen , d iseases of 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Purpura 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



0.05 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.57 
.09 
.04 
5.97 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.44 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.nil 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 



.54 
.00 
.05 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



0.08 



.03 
.00 l 
.01 
.04 



.03 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.01 

.1X1 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 



206,382 3,599,527 



Total 
officers. 



.00 
.01 
.09 
.58 
.09 
.04 
6. 00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.45 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.1)11 

.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.III 



,03 

.1111 

.01 
.04 



.03 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.11(1 
.1*1 

.(X) 
.01 

.111 

.00 

.00 



286,548 3,886,075 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



3t>,022 



White. i> Colored. 



0.03 



.nn 
.nil 
.01 

.02 



.01 



.09 

.03 



.03 



.01 
.01 

.IK) 



.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 



0.05 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.62 
.09 
.04 

5. SO 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.39 

.IKI 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 

.III 

.00 

.mi 
.00 
.nil 
.00 

.111 



.02 
.00 
.01 
.03 



.03 
.00 
.01 
.02 

.00 | 

.00 

.01 

.no 

.00 

.00 l 

.IKI 

.01 
.01 
.00 



a Deaths which occurred as the result of operations done for the removal of defects are charged to the defects, 
to clerical errors see footnote °, Table 48. 

» Includes total strength for "Other countries and not stated. " 

Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



0.09 



.02 
.01 
.40 
.01 
.1)2 
7.98 



Total. 



Total 
native 
troops. 



.03 
.02 



.00 



.01 

.III 

.00 
.00 



.00 



.112 



2.73 
.00 
.29 
.36 

3.38 



.18 
.00 
.01 
.20 



0. 06 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.61 
.09 
.04 

6.17 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.02 

. Hi 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.im 
.01 
.00 
.00 

.IKI 

.00 

.00 
.01 



.56 
.00 
.05 
.08 
.69 



.04 

.nn 
.01 
.04 



.03 

.01 

.III 

.112 
.00 

.IKI 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.IKI 

.01 
.01 
.00 

.IKI 



2.47 
.11 
.11 



.03 



.'08/ 



.OS' 



■ 1*. 



3 



.03, 



For explanation with respe* 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



151 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



-' 


United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


Umte< 


1 States Army in Europe (excluding Ru 
1 , 469, 656 1 22, 4 1 2 1 , 592, 06S 


ssia). 

1,665,796 




124,266 


1,965,297 


145, 826 

i 


2,111,123 


2, 235, 389 


73, 728 


Inter- 
nal ional 
classifi- 
cation 




Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

0.09 


1 


White. 


Colored. 
0.11 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 

0.07 


Total. 




\ 


0.02 


0.03 


0.03 


0. 03 


0.05 


0. OS 


0.09 


i 

2 




.01 


.01 
.00 
.96 
.13 
.05 
7.44 


.03 


.01 
.Oil 
.94 
.13 
.04 
7.67 


.01 
.00 
.89 
.12 
.04 
7.41 




.00 

.00 
.22 
.04 
.04 
3.91 




.00 
.00 
.22 
.04 
. OS 
4. 51 


.(XI 
.00 
.21 
.04 
.05 
4.42 


4 


L 


.01 
.01 
.04 
.04 
2.59 




5 


i 


.01 

.01 

.03 

3.11 


.67 

.01 

.02 

10.74 


.16 


6 

7 


■ 


.01 
5.15 


9 
10 
12 


" 


.01 

.02 


.01 
.01 
.00 
.04 

.42 


.04 
.03 


.01 
.01 
.00 
.04 
.45 


.01 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.44 




.02 
.01 


.02 


.03 

.01 


:& 

.01 








18 








19e 


:; 


.23 


.03 
.91 




.00 
.36 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.49 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.48 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 


191 


.31 


.78 
.01 


19g 
191 






.00 

.00 




.00 

.00 


.00 

.00 




19j 
19k 


/.. 








v.:::: 








191 


, 


.01 
.03 


.00 
.02 
.00 

.01 


.01 

.06 


.00 
.03 

.oo 

,01 


.00 
.03 
.00 
.01 




.01 
.02 

.01 


19p 

20a 




.01 


.. 


::::::::::' 


.01 




22 








23 




.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 
.00 




.00 

.oo 

.00 
.00 
.01 

.59 


.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
,01 

. 57 

















.00 
.00 
.01 

.39 




.00 
.00 
.01 

.57 
.00 
.04 
.06 

.67 

.01 
.00 
.00 
.05 

.04 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 


.00 
.00 

.01 

.56 
.00 
.03 
.06 
.65 

.04 
.00 

.00 
.05 

.04 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 

.oo 

.01 

.02 
.00 




.01 










.00 
.01 

.36 







.02 

.31 


.03 

2.97 
.01 
.15 
.30 

3.43 

.24 








.. 


.14 


2. 79 


.•\, 




.02 
.07 
.40 

.02 


.03 

.04 
.46 

.03 
.00 
.00 
.03 

.04 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 


.03 


.04 

.07 
. 16 

.02 
.00 
.01 
.02 

.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.48 

.48 

3.75 

.14 

.01 


.08 

.11 

. 77 

.03 
.00 
.01 
.04 

.02 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.07 
.10 
.74 

. 03 
.00 
.01 
.03 

.02 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 


29 


> 


.16 


37 
38a 

381, 

39-45 
46 
48a 
50 
51a 
52a 
53a 
.53b 

116 






.01 

.25 

.03 
.01 
.01 

.08 


.03 

.03 

.04 
.03 


i 

1 


.02 

.10 
.02 


.15 

.02 
.01 
.02 
.03 




.04 


.01 


| 


.02 
.01 

.01 


.01 




.02 


.01 






. 






» 


.02 
.01 






.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 

.oo 












.00 55c 


i 


.03 


.01 

.03 


.02 


i 


.01 


.01 


56a 




.01 








.01 


.00 57-59 



152 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 
RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



7 
9 
10 
12 
14 
18 
19e 
191 
19g 
LSI 
19j 
196 
191 
19p 
20a 
20c 
22 
23 
24 
25a 
25b 
26 
47 



28a 
28b 
29 

30-35 



37 

38a 

38b 



39-45 
46 
48a 
50 
51a 
52a 
53a 
53b 
116 
54 
55c 
55e 
56a 
56b 

57-59 



American troops in other 



Total of mean annual strengths for the war period.. 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Typhoi-.l fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Diphtheria ami results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (.all) 

Erysipelas 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Paratyphoiil A 

Paratyphoid 15 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Treneh'f ever 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 



8,;iss 


10,995 


4,45(1 


21,451 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. c 


White. 


Colored. Total. 











0.12 
.18 



.12 
.12 
.21 



Rabies.. 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

M ycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



II. Tuberculosis . 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



.'-•I 



III. Venereal diseases. 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection . 
Gonococcus infection. 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benig n 

Arthritis 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Addison's disease 

Letuomia 

II odgkin's disease 

Spleen, diseases of 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Purpura 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



.24 
.12 



.06 



0.22 



.22 

.22 



0.09 
.14 



.119 
.09 
.19 



c Includes troops in China. 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



153 



Filipino, Porto Rican. and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — C'outinned. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men) 










10,535 




Native t 


roops (enlist 
5,615 

llawaiians 


ed men). 
11,811 

Porto 
Kicans. 




10,101 


3,319 


19,480 


19,688 


14,232 

Other 
count ries 
and not 
stated, d 


97,498 


108,033 


18,570 
Filipinos. 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Transports 
Colored. 


Total. 
0.01 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 
0.21 


White. 


Total. 


White. 




0.25 




0.01 




1 








0. 07 










2 










0.11 




0.25 


4 










.21 
.14 
.07 
.14 
10. 20 




I). 19 


.02 

.15 

.07 

.03 

4.24 






.19 

.00 




. 15 

.00 




.10 

.08 

.03 

3.76 


.05 




. 17 








7 










9 


.19 


0.00 


.20 


.«' 


7.88 


.92 
.27 
.10 


1.42 


5.41 


10 
12 










.07 
.07 










.08 


14 












.03 


.01 




18 


















19e 






















191 




.30 


.05 


.05 


.49 


.23 


.85 


.29 


.05 ■ 


.17 


19g 
19i 




















191 

19k 






































191 
















.11 




.08 


I9p 
20a 












.01 




.01 












20c 










.01 
.01 


.oi 

.01 








22 












23 










.05 






24 


















25a 




















25b 
















26 










.14 
.42 








.05 
.54 






47 


.00 


.3(1 


.10 


.05 


.10 


. 68 


.... 

.17 


4 .71 


. 17 


28a 
28b 










.21 
.14 
.77 


.01 

.02 
.13 


.03 


.02 
.02 

.20 


.81 






29 


.00 
.12 


.30 

.00 


.10 

.21 


.05 
.05 




.os 

.25 
.25 


30-35 


.70 


.71 


37 


















38a 










.07 

.07 


.01 
.01 

.02 


.09 
.09 


.02 
.02 

.02 








38b 








.05 






. 25 
. 17 




.00 




.05 


. 11 


.18 


39-45 










46 




















48a 










.07 


.01 




.01 







.08 


50 






































52a 




















.08 


53a 




















53b 






















116 




















.08 


54 
























.07 




















.02 




.02 






.08 


56a 
















56b 













1 








57-59 



<i Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



154 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PEK 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



60 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66b 

66c 

69 

74b 

74e 

741 

72 

74g 



67 

68(1 

68e 

68g 

68b 

681 



76a 

76b 
76e 



86b 

MM 
86e 
86i 



V. Nervous system, diseases of {all). 

Encephalitis. 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart ) . 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



VI, Mental alienation. 



General paralysis of the insane. 

Dementia pra'-cox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive ... 
Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 
Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 

VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Ear, other diseases of 



IX. Nasal fossae, diseases of. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Nasal fossa 1 , other diseases of 



X . Throat, diseases of. 



87 Larynx, diseases of. . . 
100 Pharynx, diseases of. . 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 

Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 



0.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.01 
,02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.02 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



Total 
officers. 



Total enlisted men, Ameri- 
can troops. 



White. 



0.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 

.1)1 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 



.00 



0. (X) 
.04 
.(X) 



.00 
.00 



.00 



.02 
.01 



.01 
.05 
.01 



Colored. Total. 



0.01 
.05 
.00 
Jin 
.01 
.01 



.00 

.111 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.no 

.02 



0.00 
.12 



.02 



0.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.01 

.111 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.1X1 
.00 
.02 



Total 
native 
troops. 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



155 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 81, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


cation 
No. 




0.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 




11.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 


0.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 


0.01 


0.00 


0.01 
.14 


0.01 
.08 


0. 01 
.08 


60 


0.05 
.01 


0.11 


.04 .06 


61 
62 












63a 




.03 

.03 




.00 
.01 


.01 
.02 
.01 




.00 
.01 
.00 


.00 
.01 
.00 


63b 


.03 


.03 


64 
66b 




.00 
.01 




.00 
.01 


.00 

.01 




66c 




.01 




.00 


.02 


.01 


.01 


69 








1 


74b 




.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 




.00 
.00 
.00 

.01 

.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 
.00 

.02 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 

.01 

.04 
.01 

.00 

.00 
.00 


74e 






741 




.00 
.02 

.00 
.01 




.00 

.02 

.00 
.01 


.00 

.02 

.00 
.01 


.01 
.01 




72 




.02 

.01 
.01 




74g 


.02 
.01 


.02 
.02 


67 




68d 


.01 


68e 




.01 

.01 
.01 

.00 

.07 
.02 
.00 


.01 
.01 


.01 

.01 
.01 

.00 

.07 
.02 

.00 


.01 
.01 
.01 

.00 

.07 
.02 

.00 


.00 
.00 

.01 

.00 

.04 
.01 




.00 
.00 

.01 

.01 

.04 
.01 

.00 

.00 
.00 


68g 






.02 
.01 

.01 

.02 
.01 


68h 






68i 




.01 
.03 


.01 


75r 


.03 
.01 


76a 


.01 


761) 




76e 








.00 
.00 




86a 




.00 
.00 

.01 
.07 

.00 
.08 

.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.01 
.08 

.00 
.08 

.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 
.01 
.07 

.00 
.08 

.01 
.01 
.03 

.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 






S6b 










S6d 


.01 


.02 
.12 




.01 

.00 

.01 
.04 

.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 




.01 
.00 

.01 
.04 

.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 


.01 
.00 

.01 
.05 

.01 
.01 
.03 

.00 


86e 


.04 

.01 
.10 






86i 




.01 
.03 

.04 
.02 
.07 
.02 


S7 


.10 

.01 
.01 
.05 
.01 


.08 


100 
77 




.03 

.03 


78 


.08 
.02 


79a 
79a(l) 
79a(2) 
79a(3) 




.02 


.01 
.01 
.01 


.01 


.01 
.00 
.00 


.03 

.01 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 


.02 




79a(5) 
79a(7) 
79a(8) 
79b 












.01 
.01 
.05 
.05 
.03 
.01 


.00 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 

.01 
.05 
.04 


.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 


.01 

.01 
.03 

.06 




.00 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.07 
.04 
.01 


79c 
79d 
79e 


.03 


.03 
.03 

.03 


.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 




80 






.03 


.01 




81b 




81c 




.00 
.01 

.oo 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 




.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 


.01 

.01 




81d 


.02 


.01 
.01 


.01 : .01 
.oo 


.01 
.00 

.00 


82 


.01 
.01 




.00 




83c 


.01 
.01 
.05 
.01 






83d 




.00 

.00 




.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 




.01 
.01 


.01 


.01 


84b 

S5e 






1 






85f 


.02 






.01 .02 
.00 


.01 
.00 


.01 

.00 


85g 

85h 




.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 



3553—25- 



-12 



156 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

cat ion 
No. 



Y. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 

Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apople 



60 
61 

62 
63a 

63b 
64 

66b 

66c 

69 

74b 

74e 

74 f 

72 

74g Nervous system, other diseases of.. 

VI. Mental alienation . 



Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea. 



American troopsin other ^ x 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands 



While. 



0.06 



Colored. 



Total. 



67 

6Sd 

6Se 

6Sg 

6Sh 

6Si 



Tor 



Tela 
76b 
76e 



86b 
86d 
86e 
86i 



87 
100 



77 
78 
79a 



79a 



791) 

79C 

79d 

79e 

80 

81a 

81b 

81c 

81d 

82 

83a 

83c 

Sid 

8ta 

84b 

85e 

85f 

85g 

83h 



C.encral paralysis of the insane. 

Dementia precox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive — 
Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 
Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 



VII I. Far, diseases of. 



Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Ear, other diseases of. 



IX. Nasal fossse, diseases of. 



Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs. 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Nasal fossa 1 , other diseases of 



X. Throat , diseases of . 



Larynx, diseases of . . 
Pharynx, diseases of. 



XI. Circvlatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

( 1 ) Aortic insufheiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral Insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic. . . 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hvpertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphatiens 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



.00 



.06 
.06 



.12 
.06 



.'» 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



157 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



> 


countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 






Hawaii. 




Panama. 
White. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiian*. *«* 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


■ 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Total. 

0.07 
.14 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




1 














SO 


'■ 








0.03 . 0.09 


0.04 




0.18 


61 












62 














63a 


0.06 




0.05 









63 b 






.01 ! i .01 






o.os 


64 












66b 










.02 .02 






.os 


66e 














69 








0.05 










74b 












i 






74e 

















i 




74f 
















1 




72 








.05 


.07 


.02 




.02 




.08 


74g 
67 














t 




















68d 
68e 
68g 






























.01 




.01 


















68h 












.02 

.01 
.01 




.02 

.01 

.01 




.08 
.08 


68i 


- 










.07 








75r 




.00 




.05 










76a 


• 

1 
1 

1 

1 

> 














76b 




















76e 






















86a 




















86b 




















86d 




















86o 
86i 


























.07 
.07 












S7 








.02 




.02 




100 












77 



















78 




0.30 


.05 


.10 


.07 










.18 | .08 


79a 












79a(l) 
79a(2) 
79a(3) 
79a(4) 
79a(5) 




















.3d 


.05 


.05 
.05 












.07 


















.08 
















79a(7) 
79a(8) 
















.18 






.30 
.30 


.05 
.05 














79b 






.14 
.07 


.02 | .09 


.03 


0.05 




.08 


79c 






79d 










.05 




.17 


799 










.09 


.01 




80 














.17 


81a 




" 












81b 


















81c 
















81d 






.02 


.09 


.03 








82 














83a 
















83c 


















83d 


















84a 








.01 


; .01 






84 b 






.05 
















.06 


.06 






85f 
























.05 










85h 



158 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 
Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 







Total United States Army. 


Total 
native , 
troops. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


Cause. 

i 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

ncluding 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted | 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers . 


rotal enlisted men, American 
troops. 


cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


89 W 


XII. Respiratory system, diseases of . 


0.11 


0.11 
2.20 
2.47 

.04 

.01 

.03 

.00 

.01 ! 

.00 

.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 


0.11 

.93 
.94 
.00 
.02 
.03 


0.09 
1.80 
1.96 

.04 1 

.01 

.02 

.00 

.01 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 ' 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.04 


0.15 
3.71 
7.75 

.08 

.03 

.06 

.03 
.02 

.01, 

.01 1 

.01 

.02 

.04 


0.11 
2.26 
2.55 
.05 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.04 


I 


91 




2.19 

2. 46 

.04 


0.83 


92a 
93a 


Pneumonia, lobar 


1.28 


93b i 
93c 


Pleurisy, serofibrinous 


.01 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.14 
.03 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.(XI 
.00 

.03 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.12 


.03 


95 




...:::... 


% 




.01 




97 






98 




.01 
.01 


..:..:...>* 


99c 


XIII. Digestive system, diseases of . 




101 




i 


102a 




.01 
.00 
.01 





102c 




.03 
.03 


105a 




105b 




105c 




.01 


.03 
.03 ^ 


107a 




107c 




.00 
.14 
.03 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.03 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.oo 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.02 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.12 




.66 

.13 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.03 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.14 
.03 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.03 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.12 


.06 jj 


108 




.16 

.02 
.02 


.17 
.05 
.02 
.00 


.06 1 


109a 




.03' 


109b 







110a 







110b 




.02 





113 




.00 
.00 

.00 


.03 


114 




.66 

.02 

.01 
.00 
.01 




115a 






115b 






115c 




.6i 

.06 
.01 




117a 




.06 


117h 




118a 




.01 

.00 

.03 
.08 




USc 




.01 

.07 
.14 
.00 

.00 
.02 

.00 




119 


XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal). 




120 




.06 


122a 




122c 








122d 




.01 




122e 






123 




.01 
.00 




124a 






124b 




.00 




125b 






.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.07 


' . 


127c 










127e 


Genitourinary svstem, other diseases of (nonvenereal) 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 




.01 




142 






143a 




.02 
.00 
.03 
.03 
.01 






143b 






.03 


144a 




.05 

.01 
.03 

[ 

.00 


.06 


144b 


Cellulitis. 




145o 




.06 


140a 


XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 




146b 








147c 












Joints.other diseases of ( tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted 








149h 


.00 


.00 




150 


XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 




189 




.06 


.22 


.11 




Total 






14.08 


14.14 


7.15 


12. 58 


26.78 


14.51 


7.38 









e Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



159 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army ii 


United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 




Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Officers. 


White. Colored. 


Total. 


cation 
No. 


0.10 
.64 

.76 


0.01 
1.74 
2.20 
.05 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 


0.02 

4.35 

9.35 

.09 

.01 

.03 


0.01 
1.92 
2.70 
. 05 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 


0.02 
1.85 
2.59 
.05 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 


0.14 

1.44 

1.26 

.01 

.04 

.04 


0.21 0.31 
1.99 3.23 
1. 64 6. 36 
.03 .08 


0.24 

2.86 

2.34 

.04 


0. 24 ' 89-90 
2. 80 , 91 
2.29 92a 
.04 93a 


.01 

.02 


.01 .07 .02 
.03 .11 : .04 


.02 
.04 


93b 

93c 

95 

96 

97 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 
.00 


.06 


.01 
.00 
.02 

.01 


.01 
.00 




.03 
.01 


.03 


.01 
.01 


.02 

.(11 


.02 
.01 


98 


.02 


99c 








101 

1 Wa. 


.02 


.03 
.01 
.02 




.61 1 j .oi 

.01 .02 .01 
.00 1 .02 : .01 
.01 j .01 

.09 , .07 | .09 


.01 


.01 

.01 


.01 102c 


.02 


.01 ! 105a 
.01 lOKh 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.09 


105c 
107a 
107c 






.00 
.09 
.01 

.01 




.00 


.00 


.17 
.02 
.02 


.16 
.04 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.02 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 


.19 
.09 
.03 


.16 
.04 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.02 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 


.16 
.04 
.02. 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.02 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.12 
.01 
.03 


.16 
.01 
.01 
.01 


.12 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.12 
.01 
.02 
.00 


108 
109a 
109b 
nn.i 


.02 




.03 


.61 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 


.01 1 110b 




.01 


.00 113 


.01 

.02 


.01" 






.00 


.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.04 
.06 
.00 


114 


.01 
.04 

.01 


.01 


.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.04 
.06 
.00 


115a 




115b 




.02 

.05 


.01 


11.5c 


.02 


.01 1 .07 
. 00 . 02 


117a 




117b 


.02 

.01 


.01 


.00 




118a 






.00 


.02 


118c 


.08 
. 15 


.08 

.08 


.03 
.04 

.00 


.06 
.15 
.01 


119 


.08 


120 
122a 








122c 


.01 


.01 
.01 
.01 


.01 


.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.01 
.00 

.oo 

.00 


.66 

.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 


122d 


.02 


122e 




.03 


123 


.01 




124a 










.01 


124b 




.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 

.00 
.00 
.00 








125b 








.00 




.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 


.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.00 


127c 




.01 




.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.00 


.01 


127e 




.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 




142 


.02 
.01 
.04 
.02 

.01 




.03 




143a 






143b 


.06 
.02 

.03 


.03 
.03 
.01 


.03 


144a 
144b 


.02 
.01 


1450 








.00 




146b 


















.00 

.00 

.00 




.00 


.00 
.00 

.00 

.18 




.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 






.00 








00 


150 
189 


.03 


.07 


.24 


.08 


.08 


.11 


.08 


.23 


.18 


6.92 


14.89 


32.4(1 


16.10 


15. 59 


7.62 j 10.04 22.05 13.04 


12.80 




























160 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
'.17 



99c 
101 
102a 
102c 
10."ia 
105b 
10.5c i 
107a 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 
113 
114 
115a 
115b 
115C 
117a 
117b 
USa 
118c 



119 

120 

122a 

122c 

122d 

122e 

123 

12-la 

124b 

125b 

127c 

127e 



Cause. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative . . . 
Pleurisy, serofibrinous. . . 
Pleura, other diseases of. 

Gangrene of lungs 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema . 
Lungs, other diseases of. . 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



American troops in other <f 



Officers. 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands. 



X11I. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ascaris luinbncoides 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Call-bladder and-bile duet, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenerenl). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and anncxa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

stricture (nonvencreal) 

Hydrocele 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal) 



0.72 
0.83 



White. 



0.06 
.24 
.41 



Colored . 



0.90 
.22 



.06 
.06 



.48, 



Total. 



0.05 
.37 
.37 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



142 | Gangrene. . 
143a | Carbuncle. 
143b Furuncle.. 



144a Abscess.. 

144b Cellulitis 

145o Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of.. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



146a Osteomyelit is 

146b Fractures, faulty union of.. 

147c 

1470 

149h 



Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted). 
Organs of locomotion, other diseases of '. 



.12 



.12 



.12 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 



150 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases- 
Total 



6.44 



.06 
3.53 



DEATHS— OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



161 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1.917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



^ countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 


■ 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 
White. 


Other 

countries 
and not 
stated. 


Transports, 


Filipinos. 


; Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

IT .. Porto 1 cation 
Hawaiian*. 1{ican ° | No . 


1 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Total. 


White. 


Colorei 1. 


Total. 








0.21 
4.92 


0.02 


0.09 


0.04 










0.60 0.10 
.30 .21 




.83 1.42 .92 






0.19 


11) 


4.71 


2. 70 li. 74 3. 75 
.01 .01 


1.35 


0.89 1.33 92a 










. 08 93b 






.07 .03 .09 .01 




... 93c 












■■ 








06 


1 












97 








1 






98 


1 










.07 








990 














101 
















102a 










.01 




.01 




.18 102c 












.05 




.06 




.05 










105b 


1 






.07 


.01 


.01 




.08 105c 










.05 L. 107a 
















.17 107c 


.12 


.30 


.15 


.25 


.2S 


.09 
.01 
.02 




.08 

.01 
.02 


.05 1 .18 '108 




. OS 109a 


1 


.00 


.30 


.10 




.14 




: 109b 






i 110a 








.07 






unh 








.07 






.05 


113 












114 
















115a 










.07 









115b 

















115c 













.09 


.01 
.02 


.11 


117a 










.02 


117b 















118a 


















118c 










.11 
.07 


.01 
.01 


.09 


.02 
.01 




119 


.12 




.10 


.05 


.05 .. 










122a 


n 

r 
\ 

\ 




















122c 




















122d 

















122e 
















, 123 
















124a 














124b 












125b 












' 127c 










.07 






127a 










.07 










142 


















143a 
















. 11 


.18 143b 








. 10 
.05 


.14 


.01 




.01 


144a 












144b 






.30 


.05 




.01 




.01 




.36 1450 


\ 














146a 


















.1 146b 




















147e 




















147e 


- 

! 
1 












.01 




.01 




149h 
























.05 


.49 


.03 




.01 .11 










1.55 4.22 2.00 


1.63 


25. OS 


8.60 


IS. 79 


10.39 j 6.30 


4.45 1 10.48 



162 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, ivhite, colored, 

RATI08 PER 1,000. 

( 





Cause. 


Total United States Army. 


Office 

classifi- 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 
troops. 


American 


Total 
native 
troops. 


cation. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


2 


XVIII. Etternil causes 'excluding battle injuries). 


0.03 
.00 

.00 
.01 
.01 
. 18 

.00 
.00 
.12 
.01 
.00 
.10 
.17 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.15 
.00 
.08 
.11 
.03 
.04 
.11 


0.03 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.1)1 
.18 
.00 
.00 
.12 
.01 
.00 
.16 
.17 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.15 
.00 
.08 
.11 
.06 
.04 
. 11 


0.19 


0.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.12 
.00 
.00 
.09 
.00 
.00 
.13 
.13 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.13 
.00 
.05 
.07 
.04 
.03 
.07 


0.01 


f 

.00 
.01 
.07 

.01 
.07 


0.02 
.00 
.(XI 
.01 
.01 
.14 
.00 
.00 
.12 
.00 
.00 
.14 
.15 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.14 
.00 
.08 
.11 
.03 
.04 
.10 




3 






4 








5 




.01 
.02 
.93 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.05 




6 






7 




0.06 


9 






11 


.14 


13 




14 












.52 

.42 


.11 

.13 




16 




.06 


17 




18 




.00 

.01 
.02 
.04 


.01 
.02 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.03 
.00 




19 




.03 


20 




21 






22 






23 




.05 
.00 

.01 




24 


Secondary result of injury 




25 




26 




.01 
.06 




27 




.33 


.28 


28 




29 




.1.5 
.08 
.09 
.02 

.27 


.06 
.14 
.09 
.04 
.06 


.06 
.06 


30 




31 




32 




.06 


33 












1.35 


1.36 


3.31 


1.02 


1.01 


1.26 


.72 




15.43 


15. 50 


10.46 


13. CO 


27.79 


15.76 


8.11 




Agent ciusinj injury (.deluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 


1 


.02 
.11 
.12 
.03 
.19 
.02 
.15 
.07 
.03 
.12 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.29 


.02 
.11 
.12 
.03 
.19 
.02 
.15 
.08 
.03 
.12 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.29 


.01 
.20 
.13 
.02 
.19 
.00 
1.88 
.17 
.11 
.06 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.12 


.02 
.08 
.10 
.03 
.13 
.00 
.06 
.06 
.03 
.09 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 
. 18 
. 15 
.03 
.13 


.02 
. 10 
. 12 
.03 
.19 
.02 
.06 
.07 
.03 
.13 
.01 
.04 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.29 




2 


Pist ol ball 


.19 


3 


Rifle ball. . . 










.06 


6 




7 


.00 
.03 

.01 
.10 
.01 
.02 
.00 










9 






10 






11 






12 






13 




.06 


14 




15 




.01 
.01 
.06 

.00 


.06 


16 






Falls... 


.03 


19 




20 




.66 




21 




.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 




22 








23 






.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.24 




24 




.00 
.01 
.04 

.30 




25 






■j>; 




.02 
.21 




27 




•" 




Total 




1.35 | 


1.36 


3.31 


1.02 


1.01 


1.26 


' 







DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



163 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in 


United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe ( 


secluding Russia). 




Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men . 


Office 
classifi- 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


cation. 


0.18 


0.02 
.00 
.0(1 
.01 
.01 
.14 
.00 
.00 
.12 
.(X) 
.00 
.14 
.09 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.18 
.00 
.02 
.04 
.05 
.03 
.08 


0.01 


0.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.HI 
.13 

llll 

.00 
.12 
.00 
.00 
.13 
.10 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.18 
.00 
.02 
.04 
.05 
.03 
.08 


0. 03 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.17 
.00 
.00 

.11 

.01 
.00 
.15 
.11 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.19 
.00 
.03 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.08 


0.23 


0.C2 


0.02 


0. 02 


0.03 


2 














4 


.01 
.03 
.84 
.01 
.02 
.09 
.05 


.01 
.01 
.06 


.01 


.00 

.01 




.01 
.01 
.15 


.01 
.01 
.20 


5 


.02 




1.18 


.09 .09 


7 




.01 


.00 .02 
.04 .06 


.(H) 
.07 
.01 


.00 

.07 
.01 




.08 


11 


.05 


.00 












.52 
.31 


.08 
.12 


.57 
.61 


.11 .17 
.19 | .10 


.iii 

.24 


.18 
.25 


15 
16 
17 


.6i 

.02 
.02 
.05 


.01 
.03 
.01 
.05 




.04 .02 


.05 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.01 


.05 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.02 


18 




.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 




19 


.01 
.03 


.02 

.04 
.01 


20 

21 


.05 
.01 
.02 


.06 

.01 


.04 


23 




24 


.01 


.01 
.00 




.01 
.00 

.08 


.01 
.00 
.09 


25 


.01 
.07 


or 




.31 


.35 


.05 .01 


27 
28 


.09 

.06 
.10 
.02 
.12 


.02 
.05 

.09 

.03 
05 


.26 
.11 
.08 
.04 
.53 


.09 ' .11 
.11 .25 

.03 ; .11 

.03 1 .06 
.07 .08 


.15 
.19 
.06 
.06 
.15 


.16 
.19 
.06 
.06 

.16 


29 
30 
31 
32 
33 


2.91 


1.06 


.86 


1.04 


1.15 


4.14 


.95 1.24 


1.49 


1.61 




9.83 


15.95 


33.27 


17.15 


16. 74 


11.70 


10.99 23.26 


14.53 


14.41 




.01 
.15 
.10 
.02 
.14 


.02 
.10 
.10 
.03 
.06 


.01 
.10 
.15 
.03 
.07 


.02 
.10 
.10 
.03 
.06 


.02 
.10 
.10 
.03 
.06 


.01 
.27 
.16 
.03 
.23 


.01 
.07 
.08 
.02 
.23 
.00 


.02 
.20 
.15 
.03 

.22 


.01 
.11 
.13 
.02 
.37 
.00 
.04 
.08 
.04 
.19 
.01 
.06 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.07 
.00 


.01 
.12 
.13 
.02 
.36 
.00 
.14 
.08 
.05 
.19 
.00 
.06 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.08 
.00 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


1.71 

.20 
.02 
.06 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.01 
.11 


.08 
.07 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 
.02 

.01 
.07 
.01 
.01 
.01 


.08 
.07 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.17 
.08 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 


2.32 
.15 
.26 
.07 


.03 

.05 
.03 
.10 
.00 




7 


.05 


8 
9 


.15 
.01 


10 
11 


.01 


.04 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.06 
.00 


.03 


12 
13 






14 


.01 


.03 


.02 
.02 

.09 


15 
16 


.05 
.01 


.14 


17 
19 


.01 






20 


.01 










21 








.01 
.01 


.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.30 


.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.31 


22 




.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.28 




.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.27 


.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.27 


.01 


.01 
.00 
.00 

.01 
.17 


23 




.01 


24 


.02 

.04 
.23 




25 


.04 
.18 


.03 
.42 




26 


.25 


27 


2.91 


1.06 


.86 


1.04 


1.15 


4.14 


.95 


1.24 


1.49 


1.61 





164 



MKDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 49. — Deaths, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



9 
II 
13 
1 I 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2S 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 





Agent. 


American troops in other 


Office 

classifi- 
cation. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 




White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


2 


XVIII. External causes {excluding battle injuries). 






3 







Compression 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Drowning, except suicide 

Eye ami annexa, traumatisms of.. 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of joint 

Strain 

Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds Cothcrs) 

Traumatisms (others) 



Total. 



Grand total. 



Agent causing injury {deluding battle injuries). 
(The following arc included above.) 



Knife 

Pistol ball 

Rifle ball 

Cutting and piercing instruments (others). 

( )t her military agents 

Sinking ships 

Air machines 

Automobiles 

Motorcycles 

Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls....'. 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones 

Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted 

Poisons 

Other external agents 






Total. 



0.12 
. IS 



.IS 
.12 



.06 



.36 



1.91 



.29 
.'66' 



.41 
.'66' 



.OS 
.06 



1.94 



.29 
.06 
.00 



.08 

.06 
.12 



.06 
.'66' 
.24' 



.06 
.12 



.22 
.22 



.90 



0. Oil 
.19 



.■-•s 



.14 

.14 



.05 
.09 



.23 

.'60' 
.33' 
."60' 



.05 
.05 



1.72 



.2X 
.09 
.05 



.05 
.05 



.05 
.05 
.19 



.05 
.09 
.70 

1 7? 



DEATHS OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



105 



Filipino, Porto Rican, anil Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PEE 1,000. 



other countries (enlisted men) . 


Native troops (enlisted men). 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other 

countries 
and not 

stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


1'orto 
ISicans. 


Office 

classifi- 
cation. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 
0.09 


Total. 






0.05 


0.07 


0.01 


2 
















3 


















4 


6.06 
.00 

.37 




0.05 
.05 
.31 


.05 












5 




."io 


.07 
.42 










6 




0.06 




.06 


0.05 0.18 




7 








S 












.01 




.01 
.79 






9 


.23 




.21 


.46 


1.26 


.14 


.09 


.11 




0.25 


11 






13 






















14 


.43 

.31 




.36 

.20 


. 15 
.10 


.21 

.28 


.03 
.01 











15 


.01 


.05 




.OS 


16 








17 










.21 












IS 








.05 


.07 









.05 






19 


.00 




.05 


.01 




.in 







20 






.05 


.07 
.07 








21 








.01 
.01 




.01 

.01 






22 


.25 




.21 










23 














24 












.03 




.03 






25 


.06 

.19 




.05 

.41 













26 


1.51 


.40 


.28 
.49 


.02 




.02 


.22 | .18 


.42 


07 




28 






.05 

.15 








.05 


.08 

.08 


29 


.06 


.30 


.10 


1.12 


.01 
.02 




.01 
.02 


.05 




30 


.15 ! .63 
.05 .14 






31 


.06 
.06 




.05 

.05 




.65 1 .is 




32 




.10 




.02 




.02 




33 











.53 

4.98 


.93 




2.23 


1.81 


2.16 


1.9S 5.41 


.39 


.19 1.02 


.65 




3.78 


6.03 4.1fi 


3. 61 30. 49 ! 8. 99 


13.98 11.41 6.95 


11.41 


























1 


.06 

.12 
.06 
.06 


.SO 

.30 


.21 
.15 
.05 
.05 


.20 

.41 
.05 


.42 

1.41 

.07 








.16 

.io : .is 


.25 
.25 


2 


.04 




.04 


3 




4 




.20 .70 


.03 

.01 
.01 
.01 




.03 


.05 


i 


.98 


5 






.70 




6 


.06 

.25 
.50 
.12 




.05 
.21 
.41 
.10 


."io 


.14 




.01 
.01 






7 










8 










9 




.20 


.07 


.06 




.06 






10 










11 


.00 




.05 






1 








12 












. 05 . . OS 


13 


I_. 
















14 
















. 05 . IS 




15 




.30 


.05 

; -21 










16 


.25 


.05 


.28 


.03 


1 -03 


.18 




17 




19 


















20 
















21 




















22 








.05 


.02 




.02 






23 














24 


















25 


.06 
.62 


.30 


.10 
.51 












26 


.ei i.62 


.17 
.39 


.19 .19 


.li 




.25 


27 








2.23 


1.81 


2.16 


1.98 5.41 


.19 1.02 ! .05 .53 


.93 





166 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50.- -Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. i 







Total United States Army. 




Total of mean annual strengths for the war period. . 


4,128,479 


4,092,457 


206,382 


3,599,527 


286,548 




3,886,07a 


36,022 

Total 
native 
troops. 


Inter- 
national 
classift- 




Cause. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

inert, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, American troops. 


No. 


| 
White. i> 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


Total. 


1 


I. Infectious diseases {excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 


24 

28 

1 

149 

18 

80 
775 

86 

13 
9 
2 

11 
2 
1 
1 
225 

52 
2 
2 

35 
4 
3 
5 
4 

27 
3 
1 
4 
1 

55 
t; 

48 

8 

392 

21,682 

70 

27 

1,033 

22, 812 

3,318 

105 

7,027 

10,450 

536 

126 

244 

6, 582 

6 

330 

4, 795 

7 

15 

7 

23 


24 

26 

1 

149 

18 

80 
769 

85 

13 
9 
2 

11 

2 

I 

1 

225 

52 
2 
2 

35 
4 
3 
5 
4 

15 
3 
1 
4 
1 

55 
.") 

48 




24 
24 

1 

142 

18 

77 

673 

79 

12 

S 

2 

11 

2 

1 






24 
26 

1 

149 

18 

79 
749 

82 

12 
9 
2 

11 
2 
1 
1 
223 

52 
2 
2 

35 
4 
3 
5 
4 

14 
3 
1 
4 
1 

53 
5 

48 




4 






2 




2 


5 








6 






7 






7 










9 




1 

20 

3 

1 


2 

59 
2 






10 
14 


Influenza 


17 
1 


6 

1 


18 


Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 


19a 




1 




19b 








19e 










19d 










19e 












19f 






1 
11 

7 






19g 




2 


207 

43 
2 
2 

34 
4 
3 
4 
4 

14 
3 
1 
1 
1 

40 
4 

43 


5 

2 




19h 


Paratyphoid B 




191 






19i 
19k 












1 






191 








19m 










19n 






1 






19o 










19p 
20a 




1 




12 






20c 








22 










24 












25a 




2 


10 
1 

5 


3 




251) 




1 


26 






27 








8 
2 

410 


47 




390 

21,272 

70 

27 

1,021 

22,390 

3,297 

104 

7,021 

10,422 

534 

126 

243 

6,575 

6 

329 

4, 795 

7 

15 

7 

23 


3 

381 
4 
1 
9 

395 

33 
1 
9 

43 


368 

19, 082 
57 

19 

848 
20,006 

2,104 

40 

2,941 

5,085 

489 
110 

208 
4,946 

5 
294 

4,580 

7 

12 
7 

22 


19 

1,632 

8 

7 

149 

1,796 

1,131 
63 

4,067 
5,261 

44 
10 
26 
1,507 
1 
13 
1S4 




387 

20, 891 

66 

26 

1,012 

21,995 

3.264 

103 

7,012 

10, 379 

534 

121 

238 

6,498 

6 

315 

4,780 

7 

15 

7 

23 


28a 


II. Tuberculosis. 


177 
1 


28b 










30-35 




15 
193 

29 


12 

422 

21 
1 
6 

28 

2 






37 


III. Venereal diseases. 
Syphilis (all) 






38b 


4 

33 

1 
1 
4 

45 


36 


IV. General diseases (others). 


39-45 




5 
5 

77 


46 

48a 
48b 


Gout ' 


1 
7 


50 




14 
15 


8 
16 


1 


51a 




51b 






52b 






2 


1 




53a 








53b 


Hodgkin's disease 




i 







a Includes 9,710 men in the United States discharged from draft after a few days observation in camp. In some instances discharges for 
disability have been wrongly charged to troops or localities for which no admissions or too few admissions are shown in other tables. This 
was due to clerical error which it is not now practicable to correct, and applies also to detailed tables which appear later. The number of 
discharges for disability so involved is 1,406, nearly all of which (1,352) are in "Other countries and not stated. The total number of dis- 
charges for disability is not affected by the error in question. 

i> Includes total strength for "Other countries and not stated." 

Source of information: Medical reports sent to the Surgeon General's Office. 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



167 



white, colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. a 



United Stat 
124,266 


es Array in 

1,965,297 


United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




145,826 


2,111,123 


2,235,389 


73,728 


1,469,6.56 


122,412 . 




1,592,068 


1,665,796 






Inter- 
lational 
classifl- 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 




Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


I 
White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


Total. 


No. 




11 

23 

1 

138 

15 

51 

464 

70 

12 

8 

2 

11 

2 

1 




11 

25 

1 

145 

15 

53 
501 

71 

12 
8 
2 

11 

2 

1 

1 

131 

42 


11 

25 

1 

145 

IS 

53 

511 

74 

13 

8 

2 

11 

2 

1 

1 

131 

42 




13 






13 


13 






2 








4 














5 
ft 




7 




2 

3 

22 [ 
201 
8 






2 

2 3 2j 
230 
10 


2"! 










3 I 7 




2 

37 
1 


1 
10 






23 9 


10 
3 
1 


22 
1 


7 1 
1 


240 
10 


10 
14 




18 










1| 


1 


1 


19a 












19b 



















19c 


















19d 














1 




19e 




1 

8 
7 














19f 




123 

35 


2 


81 
6 

2 
■1 
4 
1 
1 


3 


4 

1 


88 
7 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 


90 

7 
2 
2 

4 
1 
1 


19g 
19h 










19i 


















19i 
19k 




29 

3 
2 
4 
3 

11 
3 
1 
4 
1 

18 
4 

43 


1 


30 

3 
2 
5 
3 

11 
3 
1 
4 
1 

IS 
5 

48 


30 
3 

2 
5 
3 

12 
3 
1 
4 
1 

18 
5 

48 
















191 












19m 




1 








19n 






1 

1 






i 

1 


1 
1 


19o 


1 










19p 










20a 


















20c 


















22 


















24 








22 


10 


2 


34 


34 


25a 




1 
5 




25b 














26 














27 


3 

353 
3 


346 

17,490 

33 

18 

750 

18,291 

1,984 
32 

2,863 
4,879 

473 
101 
188 

4,557 

5 

245 

4, 435 

1 7 2 
, 


18 

1,423 

1 

7 

133 

1,564 

1,089 

61 

4,037 

5,187 

44 

8 

26 

1,481 

1 

7 

181 


364 

18,913 
34 
25 
883 

19, 855 

3,073 

93 

6,900 

10,066 

517 

109 

214 

6,038 

6 

252 

4,616 

7 

14 

5 

18 


367 

19, 266 

37 

25 

890 

20,218 

3,100 
93 

6,907 
10,100 

517 

113 

219 

6,097 

6 

264 

4,629 

7 

14 

5 

18 




19 

1,396 

23 

1 

82 

1,502 

96 
3 

62 
161 

12 

7 

19 

359 


1 

199 

7 




20 

1,613 

30 

1 

101 

1,745 

151 

3 

93 

247 

12 

9 

20 

401 


20 

1,633 
31 


47 


20 
1 
1 

2 
24 

4 


18 


28a 
28b 




2 1 29 


7 
363 

27 


15 
221 

41 


4 
22 

14 


103 
1,769 

155 

3 

95 

253 

12 

10 

20 

419 


30-35 

37 
38a 


7 

34 


2 
6 


27 
68 


4 

18 


38b 
36 


4 
5 
59 


1 


2 




39-45 


1 

18 


46 


IS 


24 


48a 
48b 


12 
13 


1 
2 


47 
126 


6 
3 


5 
3 


58 
132 


59 
134 


50 

51a 

51b 




2 








1 


1 
2 
4 


1 

2 

4 


52b 


::::::::::: 




2 
3 




53a 


, 






] 




53b 



168 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





American troops in other 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


Total of mean annual strengths for the war period . . 8,388 


16,995 4,456 


21,451 


16,161 3,319 


19,480 


19,688 


Cause. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. <■ 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


White. 


Colored. Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


1 


I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 
















4 


















5 




















6 




















7 




















9 




















in 












I 




1 


1 


14 






1 




1 




18 














19a 


















19b 


















19c 


















19d 



















19e 




















19f 




















19g 
19h 






1 




1 
















1 




1 




19i 


















19j 

19k 
































1 


191 




















19m 


















19n 


















190 



















19p 
21 la 






1 




1 




















20c 



















22 


















24 
















i 


25a 




2 















2.1b 
















26 


















27 


















47 


















28a 


II. Tuberculosis. 


S 


29 


4 


33 


40 


3 


43 5 


2M> 




29 


















30-35 






2 
31 

5 
1 


1 
5 


3 

36 

5 
2 


2 
42 

4 




2 1 
45 6 






s 

2 
1 


3 


37 


III. Yentrtal diseases. 
Syphilis (all) 


4 


2 

3 
1 
6 






1 





3Sb 




3 

7 


:::::::::: 


3 

7 






3 


6 


1 


7 




36 


IV. Oeveral diseases (others). 
R ickets 





30-45 
46 




































48a 






2 




2 


10 




10 


i 


48b 










50 




i' 


























2 




2 


1 


51 li 














52b 
































53b 










1 







c Includes troops in China. 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTHY. 



169 



•■colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917. to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. . 



countries (enlisted men). 



L Native troops (enlisted men). 







14,232 


97,498 


10,535 




108,033 


18.578 


5,615 


11.831 












Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians 




White.* 


Colored.'' 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


CoK-ed. ' Cctenot 


Total. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


















i 


1 


1 


1 


2 














l 




1 


1 




1 
























4 
4 




4 
4 








2 




10 , 12 




2 


3 






1 














............ 







































































































1 


















1 




i i 2 


1 
1 






1 
2 










1 





















































































































































1 






1 


6 


2 


4 

































































... 










1 1 
























1 






































8 


3 

69 

1 






3 

229 
2 










1 

268 




1 


159 
1 


53 


2 




55 


98 


44 






















3 

73 

8 




11 
171 


14 
245 


8 
61 

5 
1 
3 

'.I 

1 
1 






8 
63 

5 
1 
3 
9 

1 
1 


7 
275 

2 
1 


2 
100 

4 


3 


1 

1 
1 
3 

5 


2 




47 


1 
15 24 




M 




1 
12 
37 

4 








9 

17 

3 

1 

1 

13 








1 

5 

1 


5 


15 
1 






3 

1 


20 










1 2 
3 4 

27 42 




















2 


4 






4 


2 3 










2 

13 




3 5 

13 26 










1 


1 






3 






3 
































1 


























1 1 











Inter- 
nationa 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



10 

11 

18 

19a 

191) 

19c 

19d 

19e 

19f 

19k 

19h 

19i 

191 

19k 

191 

19ltt 

19n 

190 

19p 

20a 

20c 

22 

24 

25a 

251> 

26 

27 

47 



28a 

28b 

29 

30-35 



37 

3Sa 
38b 



36 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
50 
51a 
Sib 
52b 
53a 
53b 



' Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



170 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50.— Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white,. 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 






Total United States Army. 






Inter- 
national 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
in en, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total en 


isted men 


American troops. 


Total 
native 
troops. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


1 

Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 


88 


IV. General diseases (others)— Continued. 


416 
17 
88 
80 
24 

104 
:. 

185 
si; 

455 

1, 190 

19 

Is 

79 

127 

194 

340 

178 

57 

40 

379 

5,417 

49 

2,259 

734 

157 

1,821 

(13 

157 

2,139 

34 
892 
150 
502 

220 

3,709 

10, 658 

2 

5, 797 

333 
2,616 

177 
1,711 
1,052 

2,050 

283 

173 

558 

1,036 

207 

63 

189 

1,238 

137 

15 

464 

76 

253 

111 

207 

219 

42 

37 

67 

735 


416 
17 
88 
64 
24 

104 
5 

185 
85 

455 

1,189 

19 

18 

79 

126 

194 

337 

178 

57 

40 

377 

5,385 

49 

2,256 

734 

157 

1,821 

63 

155 

2, 139 

34 
891 
150 
501 

220 

3,708 

10, 648 

2 

5,770 

333 

2,615 

177 

1,711 

1,051 

2,047 

282 

173 

558 

1,034 

206 

63 

187 

1,236 

135 

15 

463 

74 

252 

111 

205 

218 

42 

36 

66 

730 


1 


373 

15 
87 
63 
22 

VS 

5 

158 

80 

446 

1,042 

18 

16 

65 

111 

183 

301 

145 

46 

31 

322 

4,671 

41 

2,085 

661 

134 

1,549 

58 

150 

1,915 

32 
544 
131 
464 

191 

3,537 

9,087 

2 

5,315 

314 
2, 402 

174 
1, 528 

931 

1,889 
265 
160 
503 
961 
180 

47 

156 

1,187 

123 

14 
437 

61 
214 

85 
165 
204 

40 

27 

62 
i 631 


:ss 


2 


413 
i:> 
S7 
64 
24 

103 
5 

184 
84 

453 

1,183 

19 

16 

79 

124 

193 

333 

176 

55 

39 

373 

5,372 

49 

2,196 

733 

155 

1,816 

60 

155 

2,124 

34 
873 
149 
492 

213 

3,692 

10,644 

2 

5,744 

320 
2,590 

177 
1,673 
1,035 

2,036 

278 

173 

556 

1,029 

206 

62 

187 

1,235 

132 

15 

462 

74 

249 

109 

199 

216 

42 

33 

64 

725 




116 
















54 




1 

2 
15 




16 










551) 




1 














55(1 




1 
1 
2 
6 


24 

3 

5 

134 

1 


2 
1 

2 

7 








1 


.Via 




56b 




1 


57-59 




60 


V. Nereous system, diseases of (all). 


2 






61 




13 
11 
10 

27 

28 

7 

6 

28 

673 

S 

87 

68 

19 

261 


i 

2 




62 




2 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 
4 
13 

60 

1 

2 
5 

3 


1 


63a 




63b 




5 
3 
2 
2 
23 
28 


■i 


64 




66a 







66b 






66c 




2 
32 


69 




74a 




74b 




24 
4 

•1 
6 

2 


3 


74C 




74d 






71e 


Neuro-circulatory asthenia (disordered action of the 
heart). 




74f 




72 




5 

182 

1 

324 

17 

26 

17 

123 

1,506 


2 


73a 




15 


27 
1 
5 
1 
2 

5 
32 
51 




73b 






73c 




18 
1 
9 

7 
16 
4 


1 | 


73d 




71g 




1 


67 


V I . Mental alienation. 




ii\i 




1 


6Hb 




10 


68c 




6Sd 




26 
13 

25 

38 
16 

11 
4 

2 
5 

1 

1 
3 


345 
3 

161 
3 

116 
S9 

137 

11 

13 

53 

60 

23 

15 

31 

39 

9 

1 

25 

12 

34 

17 

31 

10 

2 

6 

2 

87 


84 
3 

27 


27 


68c 




6Nf 




1 


6X K 
68h 








29 

15 

10 
o 




68i 




1 

3 
1 




VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 






75a 






75a 








75a 




8 
3 


2 


75b 




1 








75(1 






o 






9 


2 


75f 




2 


75h 










1 




"l 


75i 




1 
1 
7 
3 
2 


2 


75i 
75k 




3 
2 
6 
2 


1 






751 




2 






1 


75n 










3 

2 

1 5 




1 


75p 

75r 






1 




7 


1 6 



DISCHABGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



171 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive— Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Officers. 



Enlisted men. 



\\ liitc. 



346 
IS 
56 
55 
21 
88 
4 



Colored. 



37 



1 

1 

l.'i 



152 


24 


7(1 


2 


398 


4 


1,026 


131 


18 


1 


9 




63 


13 


101 


11 


171 


10 


2S4 


26 


129 


.'X 


33 


6 


30 


5 


298 


28 


4, 233 


608 


38 


7 


1,883 


82 


641 


66 


130 


19 


1,476 


258 


38 




1 16 


5 


1,714 


170 


29 


1 


4^7 


321 


123 


17 


445 


26 


160 


15 


3,180 


114 


8, 549 
2 


1,416 


4,481 


267 


280 


3 


2,267 


153 


143 


2 


1.231 


90 


742 


72 


1,797 


133 


247 


10 


155 


13 


485 


51 


910 


59 


175 


23 


41 


14 


135 


30 


1,104 


37 


115 


7 


10 


1 


420 


25 


60 


12 


191 


33 


72 


16 


130 


23 


181 


10 


37 


2 


25 


5 


58 


2 


583 


81 



Total. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



383 
IS 
86 
56 
22 

103 
4 

176 
72 

402 

,157 

19 



76 

112 

181 

310 

157 

39 

35 

326 

4,841 

45 

1,965 

707 

149 

1, 734 

38 
151 
1,884 
30 
808 
I 111 
171 



175 

3,294 

9,965 

2 

4.748 

283 
2,420 

145 
1,321 

814 



1,930 
257 
168 
536 
969 
MIS 

55 

165 

1,141 

122 

11 
445 

72 
224 

88 
153 
191 

39 

30 

60 
664 



383 
17 
87 
:,(', 
22 

104 
4 

177 
72 

402 

.163 

19 



10 

76 

114 

182 

314 

159 

II 

35 

328 

4,851 

45 

2, 013 

707 

150 

1,737 

40 
151 

1, 895 
30 
821 
140 
477 



1S2 

3,308 

9,966 

2 

4. 769 

290 
2,440 

145 
1,349 

827 



1,938 
259 
168 
537 
974 
198 

56 

165 

1,142 

124 

11 
446 

72 
225 

89 
157 
193 

39 

32 

62 
665 1 



Officers. 



Enlisted men. 



White. 



24 



7 

2 

9 

10 

15 

13 

12 

1 

21 

387 

3 

184 

10 

4 

71 

20 

3 

183 

2 

.:,.". 

6 
17 



31 
313 
487 



Colored. 



762 
33 

128 
28 

277 

177 



Color 

not 

stated. 



1 
26 
15 



Total. 



5 


« 






3 


1 






11 


8 


3 


1 
1 







1 

8 
13 



35 

i6 









1 


1 


1 

8 


3 

1 






i' 









7 

3 
10 
in 
16 
15 
13 

3 

23 

461 

3 

195 

10 

4 
71 

21 
3 

202 

2 

59 

7 

17 



34 
328 

565 



869 
33 

152 
29 

316 

196 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



27 



1 
6 

12 
39 
16 



8 
3 

111 
10 
16 
15 
13 

3 

24 

461 

3 

202 

10 

5 
75 

22 

3 
21,6 

2 
63 

8 
20 



34 
329 

566 



874 
37 

156 
29 

323 

199 



07 
18 
3 
16 
30 
3 
7 

2D 

87 

8 

4 

11 

2 

25 

15 

44 

18 

2 

3 

3 

52 



172 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whitt\ 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 
countries, 



Philippine Islands. 



Hawaii. 



Panama. 



White. 



IV. General diseases (others)— Continued. 



83 
116 

53c 
51 
55a 
55b 
55c 
SSd 
55e 
56a 
56l> 
57-59 



BO 

61 

62 

53a 

63b 

64 

66a 

661. 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

741 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

V4g 



«7 

68a 

6Sh 

6SC 

«8d 

«Se 

flXf 

6Xg 

6<ih 

«8I 



75a 
75a 
75a 
75a 
75a 
751) 
75c 
75d 
75e 
7S1 

75g 

75h 

75i 

75i 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

750 

75n 

75r 



Ooiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemop 



npluh; 



Colored. Total. White. 



Colored. 



Obesity. 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

Oeneral diseases, (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic). 

I >rng addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



V. Nervous system, diseases of (till). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Mull iple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

A poplcxy 

Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others' 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 

Neurosis 

Neuro-oirculatory asthenia (disordered action of 
the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea. 



Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted). 

Neuralgia 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Mental alienation. 



Oeneral paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states. 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering 

T>cmentia prsecox 

Psychasthenia 

PsVchoneurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 



Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmaf Ism 

(2) H ypcropia 

CO Myopia 

(4) Pefective vision (cause not stated). 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis. 



Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

Ciiaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of. 



Total. White. 



1 I. 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 173 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 




Native troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


1 nter- 
national 


White. 

i 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


'■lassili- 

cation 

No. 


1 1 


2 


4 












ss 

















116 














53c 












15 


54 












55a 
















55b 


















1 

1 
9 
2 




i 2 








55d 






1 
11 






1 








2 


1 




1 






56a 


1 


7 10 




1 




56b 










57-59 




















60 




















61 






1 


1 
1 
fi 
3 
3 












1 


62 


1 
1 

2 

1 




1 






1 




63a 




5 

1 
2 






1 1 


1 


63b 












64 
















66a 




1 1 
21 24 

16 ' 36 














66b 


3 

19 










2 




66c 


1 


17 


2 




19 


2 3 


27 


69 




74a 


10 
3 




18 28 
4 7 
2 2 
6 7 

1 1 


1 






1 


1 


74b 




3 




3 




74c 












74d 


1 




1 






1 






74 e 












74 f 






1 
4 






1 
4 


1 


1 


72 


6 




19 25 
1 1 
4 5 






73a 












73b 


1 
2 












1 


73c 






2 
2 










73d 




2 


1 






1 




1 


74 g 






4 4 
24 47 
38 ] 76 










67 


23 




3 
14 






3 

14 


1 

2 


68a 


36 


2 






68b 






68c 


16 
1 
3 




49 , 65 
3 ! 4 
11 14 


19 


2 




21 


16 6 5 


68d 






68e 




1 
1 

4 
2 

3 






1 
1 
4 
2 

4 


1 


6Sf 








68g 


12 
3 

11 




16 28 








68h 




11 

7 
2 


14 

IS 
2 
2 
2 

12 
5 








1 


681 




1 






2 


75a 








I 


75a(l) 


2 












75a(2) 


2 






1 
2 


1 


2 




75a(3) 


7 




5 

2 




2 




2 


75a(4) 


3 








1 


















75c 


i" 






1 

5 










1 


1 


75d 


2 




3 


2 
1 






2 
1 


2 

2 


75e 













75f 














75g 


i" 






1 


4 




4 




1 
2 
1 


75h 










75i 






1 
4 
2 
2 


1 

4 
4 
3 












75) 
75k 






3 






3 






2 








2 


751 


1 












1 


































1 


75o 


1 




..:::::::::: 


1 
9 








1 


75p 
75r 


3 




6 


1 






1 


1 2 


2 



174 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Cause. 



VIII. Ear, diffuses of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective heating (cause not stated). 
Ear, other diseases of 



I X . Xasal fossir , diseases of. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs. . . 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy* 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossa 1 , other diseases of 



X . Throat, diseases of. 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal . . 
Larynx, other diseases of. . . . 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from.. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseases of. . . 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassilied 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency 

Heart , other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis .* 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, ot her diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho- *.. 

Penumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative 

Pleurisy, serofibrinous 

Pleura, other diseases of. . 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of.. 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



5, 492 

125 

12 

399 

168 



6 

48 

3 

23 

3 1 :i 
6 
1 

111 
S3 



71 

65 

697 

281 

168 

184 

291 

304 

7 

4 

458 

596 

102 

215 



22 

48 
-in 
24 
16 
55 

L'll 

261 

,261 

257 

3 

146 

646 

28 

,067 

7 

in 

951 

14 



1,315 
305 
561 
904 
367 
1,110 
2,948 
272 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



5,481 

125 

12 

399 

167 



a 

48 

3 

22 

313 

6 

1 

110 

53 



71 

65 

10, 653 

1.2S0 

168 

6,149 

2,286 

303 

7 

4 

456 

596 

102 

1,214 

761 

21 

48 

239 

24 

16 

55 

211 
Jul 

1, 260 

257 

3 

142 

644 

28 

3,067 

10 

950 

14 

69 



1,310 
304 
561 
903 
367 
1,109 
2,902 
271 



Total 
officers. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



White. Colored. 



5, 153 

115 

12 

338 

152 



17 

267 

5 

1 

99 

49 



711 

57 

9,417 

1,159 

150 

5, 33S 

2,051 

276 

7 

4 

432 

506 

90 

1,022 

678 

20 

35 

185 

15 

9 

47 

176 

234 

1, 161 

227 

3 

in.' 

352 

24 

2,054 

6 

10 

803 

11 

58 



1,110 
253 
493 
815 
331 
958 

2,433 

233 

75 



197 
6 



3 

8 

1,060 

95 

IS 

696 

214 

18 



22 

sli 

8 

143 

77 



36 

290 

2 

1,001 
1 



136 

2 

11 



121 
29 
59 
60 
25 
82 

139 
33 
in 



Color 

not 

stated. 



Total. 



5,393 

123 

12 

372 

in:, 



■)^ 

3 

19 

294 

5 

1 

109 

53 



7-t 

65 

10, 570 

1,261 

165 

6,105 

2,272 

300 

7 

4 

456 

593 

101 

,179 

760 

21 

46 

222 

23 

16 

54 

2117 

260 

1,240 

251 

3 

140 

644 

26 

3,060 

7 

in 

943 

U 

fti 



1, 



1,256 
294 
556 
895 
358 
1,096 
2,885 
267 



r Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



DISCHARGES FOE DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 

f colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



175 



p.. United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 



Officers. 



Enlisted men. 



White. 



Colored. 



4,724 

96 

10 

308 

111 



6 

41 



1ST 
4 



Total. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



1 




14 


1 


230 


21 


5 




1 




94 


10 


19 


4 


43 


1 


2 




52 


3 


67 


1 


1 


1 


21 


1 


7 




64 


3 


51 


8 


8,767 


966 


1,079 


86 


140 


15 


4,896 


614 


1,969 


213 


246 


16 


6 




4 




427 


22 


494 


84 


83 


8 


933 


136 


649 


73 


18 




33 


9 


175 


34 


12 


7 


9 


7 


41 


5 


155 


29 


212 


24 


1,123 


70 


210 


21 


2 




80 


30 


337 


290 


22 


2 


2,017 


998 


6 


1 


10 




767 


134 


10 


2 


57 


11 


921 


114 


180 


20 


402 


31 


671 


41 


182 


14 


772 


65 


2,341 


432 


219 


30 


67 


10 



4,911 

100 

10 

339 

153 



6 
11 

1 

I.'. 
251 



1 
104 
53 



11 

55 

68 

2 

22 

7 



67 
59 

9, 733 

1,165 

155 

5,510 

2,182 

262 

6 

4 

11:) 

578 

91 

1, 069 

722 

18 

42 

209 

111 

16 

46 

184 

236 

1,193 

231 

2 

llll 

627 

24 
3, 015 



10 

It'll 
12 



4,978 

101 

10 

365 

155 



6 

41 

1 

L8 

259 

6 

1 

105 

53 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



23 



67 

59 

9,789 

1,178 

158 

5, 537 

2, 192 

265 

6 

4 

449 

581 

92 

1,097 

723 

18 

13 

225 

20 

16 

47 

187 

237 

1,211 

236 

2 

112 

827 

25 

3,019 

10 
904 

12 



1, 035 


1,074 


200 


204 


433 


433 


712 


717 


196 


200 


837 


846 


2,773 


2,786 


249 


252 


77 


80 



Officers. 



Enlisted men. 



White. 



23 
5 



14 
4 



385 
17 
2 
28 
8 



Colored. 



35 



6 

2 

570 

86 

10 

396 

70 

26 



177 
69 
89 
111 
144 
178 
70 
14 
5 



Color 

not 

stated. 



Total. 



93 
9 



81 
1 
2 



404 
20 

2 
28 

8 



39 



6 

2 
714 

82 

io : 

519 
71 
30 



2 
11 

7 
94 
29 

2 

4 I 

9 

2 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



192 

si 

lis 

164 

156 

213 

st 

17 

5 



422 
21 

2 
29 

8 



49 



7 
5 
12 

11 
1 
1 
1 



6 

2 

737 

87 

10 

533 

75 

30 



2 
11 

7 
101 
29 

2 

5 
10 

2 



22 
22 
35 

IS 



28 
13 
2 

38 



:is 
1 
1 



206 

87 

123 

167 

161 

217 

86 

IS 

5 



176 



.MKDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Cause. 








American troops in othtf 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama," 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White, j 


VIII. Ear, diseases of. 


3 


3 




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1 


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1 




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1 


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DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AXD ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



177 



Colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Ilaicaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



jk countries (enlisted men). 










Native troops (enlisted 


men). 




y Other countries and not stated. 




Transports. 




Filipinos. 


Ilawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
national 


White. Colored. 

: 


Color not 
stated. 

34 


Total. 

63 
3 


White. 

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Total. 
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No. 


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178 



MEDICAL AXI) CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whiter 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Intel' 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



Total United Slates Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men . 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 
men. 

Ameri- 
can 

troops. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total 
officers. 



While. 



Colored. 



Color 

not 

stated. 



Total. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



99b 

99c 
101 
102a 
1112b 
102c 
105a 
1Mb 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
1091) 
110a 
110b 
113 
114 
ma 
115b 

use 

117a 
117b 
118a 
118b 
use 



119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

122e 

123 

124a 

124b 

125a 

125b 

12.5c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127d 

1270 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, foeal infection from 

Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm) . . 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hern ia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

(Jail-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other aiseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvene- 
real). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephropt osis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonve- 
nereal). 

XV. Skin and celtuiar tissues, diseases of. 



142 Gangrene 

143a Carbuncle 

143b Furuncle 

144a Abscess 

144b Cellulitis 

145a Trichophytosis 

145b I Nails, defects and diseases of 

145c ' Ectoparasites 

145d I Clavus 

145e Dermatitis 

145f Eczema 

145g Erythema 

14Sh Herpes 

145i Impetigo 

145j Lichen 

145k Nfcvus 

1451 | Pityriasis 

145m Psoriasis 

145o , Skin and cellular tissues, other diseases of.. 



152 

2 

1,401 

17 

464 

71 

435 

412 

13 

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49 

2 

1 

11 

285 

3, 737 

52 

177 

222 

37 

14 

82 

17 

6 

26 

280 

2 

30 

48 



112 

1,178 

10 

20 

23 

200 
80 

142 

162 

313 
10 
74 
31 

166 

2 

43 

71 

3 

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10 
1 
9 

67 

43 
7 

18 
4 
4 

25 

149 

7 

8 

3 

3 

5 

3 

105 

1,144 



151 

2 

1,401 

17 

464 

71 

433 

412 

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in 

26 

2 

1 

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284 ' 
3, 736 
52 

177 

217 
36 
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82 
17 
6 
26 

280 
2 
30 
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1,171 
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20 
23 
198 
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142 
162 
313 



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166 
2 
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121 



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43 
7 

18 
4 
4 

25 

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8 

3 

3 

5 

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105 

1,132 



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145 

2 

1,180 

15 

441 

67 

405 

382 

12 

130 

23 

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249 

3, 250 

49 

125 

189 

30 
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DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



179 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia) 




' 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

134 

2 

1,387 

17 

448 

62 

384 

390 

11 

113 

26 

2 

1 

11 

217 

3, 541 

46 

170 

199 

31 

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17 

21 

184 

74 

130 

152 

308 

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30 

161 

2 

38 

66 

3 

117 

9 




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Total 
officors 

and 

enhsti 'i 
men. 


Inter- 
national 


i ifficers. 


White. 


Colored. Total. 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 
13 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


3 


130 

2 

1,173 

15 

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60 

363 

365 

10 

101 

23 

1 

1 

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192 

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44 

119 

174 

27 

10 

67 

14 

3 

11 

266 

1 

25 

27 

51 

743 

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16 

20 

172 

66 

124 

112 

267 

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380 


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3 26 

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3,517 
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168 
195 
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12 
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63 

165 

4 

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113 


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114 


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115b 




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1 27 

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19 


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20 


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145i 












145i 
145k 














3 
92 








1451 
1 45m 


1 

5 


2 | 


1 11 

2 1 32 






" 1 
37 


12 1 


15-1 1,078 


2 


3 


39 ! 145o 



3553—25- 



-13 



180 MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 50. — Discharges jor disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 












American troops in other ' 
\ 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


t 
White * 


99a 


XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 
















i 


99b 


















99c 
101 


















} 




















102a 


















1 


102b 












1 
3 

3 




1 
4 
3 


102c 




1 








1 




105a 












105b 














' 


105c 


















10B 
















107a 














: 


107b 


















107c 




















108 






2 
1 
2 




2 

1 
2 








> 


109a 




3 




4 




4 


i 


109b 










110a 














I 


110b 




1 




1 


i 




1 




113 













114 


















i 


115a 






1 




1 










115b 














115c 


















117a 



















1 1 71. 




l 


1 




1 
1 


i 




4 




lisa 




1 




> 


lisb 














111c 
















119 


XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereul) 














* 

r 
3 


120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 


Nephritis, chronic 2 








i 




1 


1 




























| 










i 




1 

1 






1 


1 


1 


1 




122c 








123 










3 




3 




124a 




...]. 




1 








124b 














"' 


12.TB 
















125b 

















125c 
















::::::::: i 


126 


















127a 
















127b 
















::::::::: ' 


127c 



















127(1 


















127e 


i Jenitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 
real). 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of . 
















:::::::::: | 


142 


















14'ia 


















143b 


















141a 


















1441) 




1 




1 










145a 














145b 











1 




1 




145c 
















145d 
















145e 


















145f 



















145e 
















:::::::::: 


145h 


















145i 
















:::::::::] 


14.5J 
















:::: ' 


145k 


















1451 


















145n 
145o 




















1 


1 


1 












DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, ASD ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



181 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 


Inter- 
national 


Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiian* 




White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 

2 


White. 


Colored. 


' Color not 
| stated. 


Total. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


1 




1 


1 






1 




















99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 


1 




6 


7 






1 
















1 


1 


2 






2 






















1 


1 


3 






3 





2 








1 
























2 






2 ' 

































107a 
107b 
107c 


























1 

8 




1 

7 


2 
15 




i 


1 


1 




« 






6 1 


:::::::::::. 












109b 
110a 


1 




1 
1 


2 
2 








1 


1 

1 






1 3 
1 


I l 
























114 

115a 

115b 

115c 

117a 

117b 

USa 

118b 

118c 

119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

I22e 

123 

124a 

124b 

125a 

125b 

125c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127d 

127e 

142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

145a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

14.V 
1451 
145g 
145h 
1451 
1451 
145k 
1451 
145m 

1 l.'m 































































1 




1 


2 


1 - 










i 


























1 
3 






1 
16 


3 
2 






3 
2 








13 






2 


3 2 




































3 




1 


4 
3 
2 
1 








2 












1 




1 
1 













1 . 


1 1 














l 






1 


1 




1 . 




























1 l 


i 




























1 






1 








1 














1 






1 


1 






j 
























































2 1 




3 1 




1 







1 







































































2 


i 


2 



















1 









1 
























































1. 






1""" 




3 




(i ) 


9 




i 


1 1 


5 






182 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discliarges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers enlisted men, white, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



146a 
146b 
140c 
147a 
147b 
147c 
147(1 
147e 

149a 
149b 
149c 
149(1 
149e 
149f 
149g 
149h 



ISO 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
It 
17 
lv 
19 
20 
.'1 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



Ost eomyclitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 
tism excepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organ's of locomotion, other diseases of 



Total United Stites .\rmy. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 

Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 

Total 



XVIII. External causes (deluding battle injuries). 



Bites 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray 

Compression 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and anne>.a, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

F'racture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of joint 

Strain 

Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others) 



481 

2, 0-1!) 

Ml 

1,21(1 

37 

187 

84 



457 
177 
153 

78 

8, 767 

217 

70 
4,247 



224 
1,748 



169,039 



4 

89 

32 

2 

24 

202 

351 

9 

267 

198 



476 

2, 035 

500 

1,200 

37 

487 

S3 

882 

456 
177 
153 

78 

8,763 

216 

70 

4,241 



224 
1,744 



Total 
officers. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



White. Colored. 



2 

117 

36 

2,656 

1,668 

59 

29 

37 

13 



Total . 



Grand total. 



168, 188 



32 

2 

24 

201 

350 

9 

266 

197 



1,695 



395 

1,723 

428 

957 

34 
395 

76 
641 

102 
162 

139 
64 

7,782 

182 

60 

3,611 



181 
1,507 



69 

302 

61 

214 

3 

85 

7 

237 

52 
13 
11 
12 
924 
31 



39 
197 



142,887 22,250 



Color 

not I Total, 
stated. 



2 

117 
36 
2,649 
1,664 
58 
29 
37 
13 



116 
50 



4 


4 




1,421 


1,419 


7 


613 


609 


29 


103 


103 


3 


191 


191 


13 


2M 


283 


16 


565 


565 


7 


137 


137 


1 


783 


781 


18 


643 


640 


17 



69 

27 

2 

16 

174 

299 

9 

242 

178 



1 
S3 
33 
312 
312 
54 
21 
34 
II 



4 

1, 303 

519 

90 



163 
209 
303 

11 ',) 
645 
562 



1,356 

1 

8 

1 



474 
2,031 

492 
1,202 

37 
485 

83 
881 

455 
176 
151 
76 

8,740 

215 

70 

4,226 



223 
1, 715 



Total I 
native ' 
troops. 4 



5 

14 
1 
4 



1 

7 
21 



166,493 



4 
82 
31 

2 

18 

191 
341 
9 
255 
190 



14 
1 

148 
238 



1 

117 

36 

2,533 

1,614 

58 

27 

37 

II 



1 



4 



17 

23 

4 



4 

,412 
580 

li-i 



10,511 



333 



8,798 



498 



179,578 



17S.699 



2,028 151,685 i 22,748 



6 

IS 

229 

9 
69 
21 



17s 
267 

55s 

138 

763 

623 



10,178 



28 



176,671 



878 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED HEN BY COUNTRY. 183 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



>• United states 4rmy In United States (Including Alaska). 



officers. 



White. 



Enlisted men. 



Colored. Total. 



44 

19 



IT 
2 



367 

1,69<J 

405 

922 

33 
371 

73 
624 

3S6 
[60 
133 

5.5 

7,404 

ISO 

52 
3,499 



17s 
1,435 



131,529 



21 
22 
1 
12 
85 
154 
9 
152 
107 



54 

23 

906 

51s 

51 

11 

33 

5 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Total 
olVicers 

and Officers, 

enlisted 



Enlisted men. 



64 


431 


432 


301 


2,000 


2, 003 


60 


465 


472 


211 


1, 133 


1,136 


3 


36 


36 


82 . 


453 


454 


7 


SO 


80 


237 


S61 


862 


51 


437 


438 


13 


173 


174 


11 


144 


145 


11 


66 


68 


907 


8,311 


8,324 


31 


211 


212 


8 


60 


60 


558 


4,057 


4,069 



White. 



39 
193 



217 
1.62S 



217 
1,656 



21 
19 
17 
22 

1 
22 

2 
11 

11 
2 
4 
8 
273 
2 
8 

84 



Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated 


4 

l 
1 
2 


1 
3 


9 


3 


2 




1 


, 











Total. 



21, 167 



152,696 



154,021 



307 



10,021 



1,021 



21 
23 

1 
12 
89 
163 
9 
15.S 
110 



25 

24 

1 

IS 

92 

165 

9 

162 

111 



47 
5 

3 
83 
138 



2 
27 
14 
3 
1 
2 



61 
25 
933 
532 
54 
12 
35 



'.'77 

551 

54 

12 

35 

7 



1 
30 

s 

1,306 

736 

1 

in 



3 

1,245 
294 
50 

90 ' 

111 
lis 
CO 

304 

363 

1.7-s 
136.317 I 



S9 

24 

5 

6 

2 

12 

7 

17 

23 

264 

21,431 



3 

1,334 

:iis 



96 
93 
130 
73 
321 
386 

5,052 

157, 74S 



3 I 
1.339 
335 
57 

"""ioo" 

100 
133 
73 
327 
395 

5.188 

159, 209 



1 

I.' 



4 

1 
10 



38 

212 



69 

llll 

170 

ir 

31'.' 
Is7 



13, 730 



1 
6 
12 



3 
10 
13 

1 
30 

17 



1,242 



44 
72 



2 

9 

46 

..... 

11 

234 



29 
23 
Is 
33 

1 
27 

2 
15 

12 
2 
I 
9 

295 
4 
9 

113 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 



30 
23 
19 

33 

1 

28 

2 

i:, 

12 
2 
5 
9 

104 
i 
9 

115 



4 

:,i 
7 
1 
4 

91 
162 



46 I 
s 
1,395 
854 
2 
13 
1 
5 



43 

231 

37 

'74' 
129 
229 
48 
360 
215 

4,161 

15,650 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



ltfla 

140b 
146c 
147a 
147b 
147c 
147d 
147e 

149a 
149b 
149c 
149d 
149c 
1 I'.'f 
149c 
119h 



6 
66 



150 
189 



II 7'-. 



I 
57 



98 
169 



88 
71 



2 

It". 

8 

1 102 

882 

2 

15 

1 

5 



44 

243 
37 

S3" 

137 
233 
49 
370 
222 

4,342 

10. 138 



Office 

classifi- 
cation. 
I 
2 
3 
I 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
HI 

12 

13 

II 
1:. 
16 
17 
is 
!'.' 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2s 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



184 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, ' 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 






American troops in other 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


1 
White. 


Colored. Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


146a 


XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 










1 




1 


1 


146b 




1 










146c 




1 










4 
3 




147a 




1 






3 






147b 










147c 
















147d 


















147e 


Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheu- 
matism excepted). 










1 




1 


1 
1 


149a 




2 




2 




149b 
















149c 




















149d 




















149e 




1 


12 




12 


21 




21 


10 


149f 








149e 








I 










149h 




1 


4 




4 


2 




2 


5 


150 


XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 






189 












1 




1 


2 




Total 












63 


130 i 20 


150 


227 


11 


238 


116 




XVIII. External canst s (excluding battle injuries). 
Iiil es 




Office 

ciassifl 

cation. 

1 


















2 














3 


















4 


















£ 


Concussion 


1 














1 




1 


1 
2 




1 
2 




7 












1 


s 










9 




1 


2 , 2 

1 ; 1 


1 

2 




1 
o 


2 


HI 




12 








13 












14 
















15 




5 
3 


5 1 
1 3 


6 
4 


4 

2 




4 

2 


7 


16 






17 






2 


IS 
















19 










1 




1 




20 














23 
















24 




1 


i i 2 ! 


2 
4 


1 3 


3 


25 






1 




4 




26 




1 




i 






28 














29 




1 








1 
1 


1 
1 


1 


30 










1 


31 












:. 


32 




2 

1 


1 
1 


1 


T 








4 


33 




1 




1 


2 




Total 










16 


13 


7 


20 


20 


3 


23 


24 










79 


143 


27 


170 


247 1 


261 


140 

















DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 185 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



> 


countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 






Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 




Inter- 
national 




White. 
5 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 

1 


classifi- 
cation 

No. 






9 
3 


10 


1 


1 




•> 




4 
11 


146a 






8 








1 


1461) 






3 3 


1 




1 


1 




14fic 




8 


1 


22 31 2 




2 




1 


3 


147a 













1471) 




2 
1 

1 

2 




3 5 












147c 








1 
3 

3 

1 












1 


147d 






2 

1 

1 












2 


1 17c 















1 

























2 




1 3 


















1 
23 




1 
24 








39 




28 67 


1 




4 
















1 


149f 








i i i 

28 ' 43 










149e 




15 




2 






2 


2 A 






1 1 

7 11 
















4 




8 




8 


1 1 2 














555 


17 1 911 1 1,483 


306 


14 | 1 j 321 


357 224 270 




















Office 
classifi- 
cation. 
1 




1 




6 7 

ll 1 












































4 




1 
2 
2 




1 1 2 
5 7 










' 








2 






2 
2 


1 










9 11 2 






1 


















8 




5 
3 




5 10 1 

6 9 1 






1 
1 


1 










; ::;:: 




1 












12 




1 

2 

57 

53 




9 10 










13 






1 

104 


3 
161 










14 






27 






27 
2 


1 3 3 

1 2 


15 




1 


166 


220 2 






16 












1 


17 








2 2 










is 
















19 




1 






1 

1 

20 






:::::::::::::::::::::::: 




20 














23 




8 
fi 
3 
4 
7 
12 
6 




12 


6 
3 
1 






6 
4 
1 


1 . 1 


24 






17 23 
4 ' 7 
4 H 

36 43 

183 195 

9 15 


1 




1 3 




25 










26 












28 












1 


29 






2 




- 




30 











31 


12 




58 70 
10 | 17 


5 

1 


1 


2 

1 




32 









1 




2 


33 
















1'J! 1 ! 648 | 843 


53 


2 


55 


9 9 10 




749 


IS 1,559 2,326 


359 


16 1 


376 


366 233 280 





186 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, ivhite,' 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Agent. 


Total United States Army. 


Office 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 

53 

230 

510 

330 

1,152 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men 


, American troops. 


Total 
native 
troops. 


classifi- 
cation. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated 


Total. 


1 


Agent causing injury (excluding bailie injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 


53 

230 

510 

327 

1,151 


1 
8 
1 
2 
25 


47 
192 
457 
293 
672 


5 
23 
26 
28 
46 




52 

222 

509 

325 

1,126 




2 


l'istol ball 


7 

26 

4 

40S 




3 


Kino ball 




1 




3 
1 


5 




6 




7 




190 

448 

509 

595 

77 

440 

219 

1 

397 

21 

1,423 

19 

70 

38 

IS 


190 

446 

509 

594 

77 

440 

219 

1 

397 

21 

1,415 

19 

69 

38 

18 

28 


49 

20 

36 

10 

4 

10 

3 

1 

7 


137 

408 
463 
519 
71 
398 
212 


1 
8 
1 

37 
1 

23 
2 


3 

in 
9 

28 
1 
9 
2 


141 
426 
473 
584 
73 
430 
216 




8 




2 


9 




10 




1 




Street ear accidents 

Animals 

Falls....; 

Machlnerv 


12 




13 




14 




15 


357 
18 
1,254 
18 
64 
28 
18 
21 


26 
3 

56 
1 
4 

10 


7 


390 
21 
1,335 
19 
69 
38 
18 
28 




li'i 




17 

IS 


80 


25 


8 


19 




1 


1 


20 




21 


Excessive heat 








22 




7 






23 








24 


Fire, conflagration excepted 


41 

10 

3 

3,717 


41 

10 

3 

3,705 


4 


35 

8 

3 

3,105 


1 
2 


1 


37 

10 

3 

3,633 




25 




26 








27 


72 


187 


341 


12 




Total 




10,539 


10,511 


333 


8,798 


498 


SS2 


10, 178 


28 







DISCHARGES FOE DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



187 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 81, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia 


. 




' 


Enlisted mer 


. 








Enlisted men. 












Total 










Total 


Office 


















classifi- 










officers 












officers 




Officers. 








and 


Officers. 






Color 

not 

stated. 




and 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 
men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 
men. 




1 


22 


4 


26 
91 


27 
96 




24 
112 


1 

8 




25 
125 


23 
127 


1 


5 


79 12 


2 


5 


2 


1 


223 


16 


239 


240 




215 


10 


9 


234 


234 


3 


1 


186 


14 


200 


201 


1 


98 


12 


1 


111 


112 


4 


10 


314 


27 


371 


381 


10 


279 


18 


105 


402 


412 


5 
6 


17 
6 


76 
210 


1 

7 


77 
217 


94 
223 


32 

14 


55 
194 




2 
7 


57 
202 


89 
216 


7 


1 


8 


13 


150 
264 




150 

282 


163 
286 


23 
6 


306 
244 


1 
19 


6 
24 


313 

287 


336 
293 


9 


4 


18 


10 


3 
2 


58 
129 




58 
132 


61 
134 


I 
8 


9 

265 


1 
17 




10 

288 


11 
296 


11 


3 


6 


12 


1 


132 


1 


133 


134 


2 

T 

7 


75 


1 


2 


78 


SO 

1 

175 

19 

680 


13 

14 




i97 


' 210 

2 

625 


210 

2 

663 


150 

16 

596 


13 

3 

29 


5 


188 

19 
643 


15 




2 
598 




16 


3$ 


27 


37 


18 


17 




9 
31 
20 
11 

9 


1 
3 

8 


10 
34 

28 
14 
12 


10 
34 
28 
14 

12 




9 

32 
7 
4 

11 




9 
33 

! 

15 


9 
33 
9 

1 
15 


18 






1 




19 






2 




20 








21 




3 




4 




22 










23 


3 


11 

6 

1 

2,017 




11 

7 

1 

2, 122 


14 

7 

1 

2,153 


1 

36 


24 
2 

2 
977 


1 1 
1 

78 ; 43 


26 i 
3 
2 
1,098 


27 
3 
2 

1,134 


24 




1 


25 




26 


31 


10.3 


27 


136 


4,788 


264 


5,052 


5, 18S 


181 


3,706 


221 


231 


4,161 


4,312 





3553—25- 



-14 



188 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 50. — Discliargcs for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. A 





Agent 


American troops in other 




Office 


Officers, 

other 
eountrie-;. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama, f 


classifi- 
cation. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colore 1. 


Total. 


White. 




1 


Agtnt musing injury (deluding battle injuries). 
(The following arc included above.) 


















1 


o 


Pistol ball 


1 




1 


1 




1 


1 
1 






3 


Hine ball 






1 


1 
4 
2 




4 








1 


1 

1 






5 




5 


i 




1 


1 




7 










S 












1 

1 

1 




i 
l 

l 


1 
1 
2 




9 
















30 
















[I 










1 
3 






12 






3 


1 
2 




i 

2 






13 














14 
















) 


15 






4 




4 


1 




1 


2 




16 












17 


Falls 


5 


5 




5 


4 




4 


6 




IS 










19 












1 




1 






20 














1 


21 


















1 


22 
















1 




24 


















2S 


















26 
















27 




5 1 2 


9 


4 


7 


1 8 | 4 


. 




Total 






16 I 13 


7 


20 


20 


3 23 24 











DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — -OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 189 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 




Porto 
Bicans. 


Office 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated . 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiian*. 


classifi- 
cation. 


1 

1 

16 

2 
46 
6 
1 
5 
7 
2 
3 
2 






1 

4 














1 


1 


2 
17 
3 
303 
1 
3 
3 
4 
1 
3 












2 


33 


l 






1 

4 






3 




5 3 


1 




1 




2 


4 




349 






1 




5 




7 
4 

s 












7 




1 






1 




2 


8 










9 




11 


1 






1 
1 





1 


10 




3 

6 
2 


1 








11 












12 




1 






1 






13 










1 " 


14 


2 




o 


4 1 1 






1 1 :.! 


15 








16 


20 




7 


27 25 






25 


3 4 1 


17 








IS 






1 


1 

1 








1 


19 


1 














20 














21 
















22 








" 1"" 









24 












25 
26 

27 












79 




298 


377 19 | 1 




2(1 5 3 


4 










194 


1 


64S 


843 53 


2 




55 


9 9 


10 









190 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 
Table 51. — Discharges for disability, including transports, by countries, officers and enlisted men, white, 

RATIOS PEE 1,000." 



Inter- 
nationa] 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Total of mean annual strengths for the war period. 



Total United States Army. 



4,12S,479 



Total 

officers 

and 



4,092,467 



Cause. 



Total 

officers 

and 



men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



1 
4 

5 
6 
7 
9 

in 
14 
IS 

19a 

19b 

19c 

19d 

19e 

19f 

19g 

19h 

19i 

191 

19k 

191 

19m 

19n 

19o 

19p 

20a 

20c 

22 

24 

25a 

25b 

26 

27 

47 



28a 
28b 
29 
30-35 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 

Tv phoid fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza - 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, men ingococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench fever 

Trench mouth. 
Typhoid vaccination. 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) . . 

Septicemia, general 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Beriberi 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



II. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis (olhers) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. }'enertal diseases. 



37 

38a 
38b 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection . 
Gonococcus infection . . 
Venereal (all) 



01 
.01 
.00 

04 
.on 

.02 
.19 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.00 

.III 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.1111 

.09 



.02 

.01 

.25 

5.52 



.SO 

.03 

1.70 

2.53 



0.01 
.01 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.02 
.19 
.02 
.00 
■ nil 
. 00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.05 
.01 

.1)11 
.(II) 

.01 
.00 

.1111 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 



.02 
.02 
.37 



.113 



36 Rickets .13 .13 

39-45 Cancer and other malignant tumors i .03 .03 

46 Tumors, benign .06 .oil 

48a Arthritis 1.59 1.81 

48b Gout .00 .00 

50 Dialwtes, mellitus .08 .08 

51a Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism) I 1.16 1.17 

51b Cretinism and mvxedema .00 .00 

52b Acromegaly ". j .00 .00 

53a Leucemia .00 .00 

53b I Hodgkin's disease i .01 .01 

a Includes 9,710 men in the United States discharged from draft after a few days observation in camp. For explanation with respect to 
clerical errors see Table 50. 

t> Includes total strength " Other countries and not stated." 

Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



.10 



5.20 
.02 
.01 
.25 

5.47 



,81 
.03 

1.72 
2.55 



206,382 



enlisted enlisted Total 



men, officers. 

Ameri- 
can 

troops. 



3,599,527 286,548 , 3,886,075 36,022 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



00 
.10 
.01 
.00 



White. 6 



0.01 
.01 
.00 
.04 
.01 
.02 
. I '.i 
.02 
.00 
.mi 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



Colored. 



Total. 



0.01 



. 0:.' 



.01 
.21 
.01 



.01 



.06 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
00 
.01 



.00 
.04 
.02 



.03 
.00 
.02 



1.85 
.02 
.00 
.04 

1.91 



.16 
.1)0 

.04 
.21 



5.30 
.02 
.01 
.24 

5. .56 



.07 



5 70 
.03 
.02 
.52 

6.27 



.58 


3.95 


.01 


.22 


.82 


14.19 


1.41 


18.36 


.14 


.15 


.03 


.03 


.06 


.09 


1.37 


5.26 


.00 


.00 


.08 


.05 


1.27 


.64 


.00 




.00 


0.01 


.00 




.01 


.00 



5.66 



Total 
native 
troops. 



0.06 




.33 
11.71 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



191 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1. 1917, to Dec. 31. 1919, inclusive. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


Unitod States Army in Enropo (excluding Russia). 




124,260 


1,965,297 


145,826 


2,111,123 


2,235,3S9 


73,728 


1,469,656 


1 
122,412 


1,592,068 


1,665,796 


Inter- 
lational 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 




Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 

and 
oulistcd 

men. 

0.01 


1 
White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




0.01 
.01 

.oo 

.07 
.01 
.03 
.24 
.04 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 




0.01 
.01 
.00 
.07 
.01 
.03 
.24 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.011 
.02 


0.00 
.01 
.00 

.06 
.111 
.02 
.23 
.0.! 
.01 
.HI 

.1*1 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.06 
.02 


0. 01 




0.01 


1 




0.01 







4 










5 




.05 


0.01 
.14 


.06 

.mi 
.m 
.14 
.01 




.00 
.00 
.01 
.14 
.01 


.00 
.IK) 
.01 
. 14 
.01 


6 








7 




.01 
.25 
.01 




9 


0. 18 

.01 




6.08 
.02 
.01 


10 

14 

18 






.00 


.00 


19a 








19b 












19c 














19d 




.01 

.05 

. 05 










I9e 














19f 




.06 
.02 


.03 


.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.02 


.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.05 
.00 

.oo 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 


19g 
I9h 












19i 














19k 




.6i ' .6i 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00. 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.(X) 
.02 


.01 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.111 

.00 

.02 












.00 
.00 




191 








19m 








19n 




.00 

1 . (X) 




.00 

.00 


.00 

.00 






.00 
.01 
.(XI 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 




190 


.01 






19p 
20a 


.01 
.03 
















20c 












22 










24 







.01 


.08 


.02 


.02 


25a 




























27 


.02 

2.84 
.02 


.18 

8.90 
.02 
.01 
.38 

9.31 

1.01 
.02 
1.46 
2.48 

.24 
.05 
.10 

2.32 
.00 
.12 

2.26 
00 
.01 
.00 
.01 


.12 

9.76 

.01 

.05 

.91 

10. 73 

7.47 

.42 

27.68 

35.57 

.30 
.05 
.18 
10.16 
.01 
.05 
1.24 


.17 

8.96 
.02 
.01 
.42 

9.40 

1.46 
.04 

3.27 
4.77 

.24 
.05 
.10 

2.86 
.00 
.12 

2.19 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 


.10 

8.62 
.02 
.01 
.40 

9.04 

1. 39 

.04 

3.09 

4.52 

.23 
.05 
.10 

2.73 
.00 
.12 

2.07 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 




.95 
.02 
.00 
.06 
1.02 

.07 
.00 
.04 
.11 

.01 
.00 
:01 

.24 


1.63 
.06 


1.01 
.02 
.00 
.06 

1.10 

.09 
.00 
.06 
.16 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.25 


.98 
.02 
.00 
.08 
1.06 

.09 
.00 
.06 
.15 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.25 


47 


.27 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.33 

.05 


28a 
28b 
29 


06 
2.92 

.22 


.12 

1.81 
.33 


30-35 

37 
38a 


.06 
.27 


.03 

.08 


.22 

.50 


38b 
36 


.03 
.04 

.48 


.01 


.02 
.20 


39-45 
46 


.24 


48a 
48b 


.10 

.10 


.01 

.03 


.03 

.09 


.05 
.02 


.04 

.08 


.04 

.08 


50 

51a 

51b 




.01 


::::::::::::: 


.00 
.00 


0.01 


.00 
.00 

.00 


.00 
.00 
.00 


52b 




53a 






53I> 



192 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, ichite, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Total of moan animal strengths for the \varperio<l.. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



1 
4 

5 
6 

9 
10 
14 
18 
19a 
191) 
19c 
19(1 
19e 
19! 
19i! 
19b 
19l 
19j 
19k 
191 

19m 

19n 

19o 

19p 

20a 

20c 

22 

24 

25a 

25b 

28 

27 

47 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Tvphoiil fever 

Malarial fevers (all). 



American troops in other 



S.3^ 



Officers 

other 

countries. 



16,993 



4,456 21,451 



Philippine Islands.*: 



While. 



Colored. 



Smallpox. 
Measles. . 
Scarlet fever. 



Diphtheria and results. 

Influenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Krvsipola's. 



Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria . 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) . 
Cbicken-i 



Total. 



0.05 



i-po\ 



German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 
Mu 



Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid U 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute. 

Trench" fever 

Trench mouth. 



.05 



Typhoid vaccination. 
Vaccinia. 



Epidemic diseases (others) . 

Septicemia, general 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 



Tetanus . 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Heriberi 

Acute articular rheumat ism . 



If. Tuberculosis. 



28a Tul)orculosis of lungs 

28b Suspected tuberculosis 

29 ' Acute miliary tulwrculosis. 

30-35 ' Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal diseases 



37 

3*a 
3sb 



36 

39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
50 
51a 
51b 
52b 
53a 
53b 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection . 
Qonococctis infection. 
Venereal (all) 



.24 
.12 



1.71 



0.90 



.12 

1.82 



.22 
1.12 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors. 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout. 



.14 

1.68 



.12 



Diabetes, mellitus 

Exopthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Acromegaly ....." 

Lencemia 

Hodgkin's disease 



■ Includes troops in China. 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 193 

colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. — Continued. 



RATIOS I'EK 1.000. 



c 


DUiUries (enlisted men). 




Native troops (enlisted men). 




16,161 3,319 


19,480 


10,688 
Panama, 

White. 


14,232 

Other coun- 
tries and 

not stated.d 


97,498 10,535 


108,033 


18,576 5,015 11,831 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 




Hawaii. 


Transports. 






White. ! Colored. 


Total. 


Total 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Filipinos. llawaiians. 


Porto 

Kieatis. 
















1 










0.01 




0.01 


0.11 
























0.07 


.01 




.01 




6 
7 




















04 
.01 




.04 
.04 






0.06 




0.05 


6.05 


84 
















.OS 


































































































19d 


































19f 








.14 


.01 
.01 




01 
.02 




19K 


.06 




.05 




1 













191 
19] 
















:::::::::::: :::::::::::::: 


































191 
















































19o 










.01 




.01 


.32 .36 .31 


19p 















































22 
























.05 


























.05 


251 1 


















26 




















.68 


27 










.21 

16.09 
.14 








.05 . 


47 




2.47 


0.90 


2.21 


.25 


.54 


0.19 


.51 


14.43 17.45 3.72 


28a 
2<b 


















29 




.12 




.10 
2.31 

.21 


.a r i 
.31 

.10 
. 15 
.05 
.31 


.98 
17.21 

1.69 
.07 
.84 

2.60 

.28 


.08 
.63 

.05 
.01 


"".19 


.07 

.58 

. 05 
.01 
.03 
.08 

.01 


. 38 . 36 . 25 
14.80 17. M 3.97 

.11 .71 1.27 

.18 .42 

. 16 . 89 


30 35 




2.60 
.23 


.90 


37 












.19 .1") 

.43 i .36 


.01 
.09 

.01 
.01 




38b 






. 05 . IS 




36 








. 14 
.28 




.01 




39-15 








.OS 


46 


.62 




.51 


.05 


2.95 .04 .01 .11 S3 .17! 4K» 






48b 




.35 .18 

1.83 .03 .03 


50 


. 12 




. 10 1 . OS 


51a 






51b 




52b 




53a 





0. 07 




53b 



d Separate strength for White and colored not available. 



194 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white. 



RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



Total United Stales Army 



IV. General 'diseases (others) Continued. 



ss 

110 
530 
54 

.Via 

55b 

55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



00 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

rtiih 

66c 

69 

74a 

741) 

74c 

74.1 

74 e 

74f 

72 

73a 

73 b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



67 

68a 

68b 

68c 

«8d 

68e 

68f j 

68fr ' 

68h 

68i 



75a 
75a 
75a 

7.-.:l 

75a 

75b 

75c 

75(1 

75e 

75f 

75g 

75h 

75i 

75j 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

750 

75p 

75r 



(loiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands. 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

' 'besity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

Genera] diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



V. Xervous system, diseases of (all). 

Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Facial paralysis 

Paranlegia 

Paralysis without specified cause ( others) 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia — 

Enuresis 

Neurosis. 



Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea. 



Hysteria and resu.ts (psychoses excepted). 

Neuralgia 

.Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Mental alienation. 



Cencral paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states. 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering. 
Dementia praecox. 
Psvchasthenia. 
Psychoneurosis. 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive. 
Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 



Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision (cause not stated). 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis. 



Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

(ilaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 
troops. 


American 


Total 
native 
troops. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


ii. in 


0.10 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.05 
.02 
.11 
.29 
.00 

.00 
.02 
.03 
.05 
.08 
.04 
.01 
.01 
.09 
.1.32 
.01 
.55 
.18 
.04 
.45 
.02 
.04 
.52 
.111 
.22 
.04 
.12 

.05 
.91 

2.60 
.00 

1.41 
.08 
.64 
.04 
.42 
.26 

.50 
.07 
.04 
.14 
. 26 
.05 
.02 
.05 
.30 
.03 
.00 
.11 
.02 
.06 
.03 
.05 
.05 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.18 


0.01 

.01 
.00 


0.10 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.04 
.02 
.12 
.29 
.01 

.00 
.02 
.03 
.05 
.08 
.04 
.01 
.01 
.09 
1.30 
.01 
.58 
.18 
.04 
.43 
.02 
.04 
.53 
.01 
.15 
.04 
.13 

.05 
.98 

2.52 
.00 

1.48 
.09 
.67 
.05 
.42 
.26 

.53 
.07 
.04 
.14 
.i'7 
.05 
.01 
.04 
.33 
.03 
.00 
.12 
.02 
.06 
.02 
.05 
.06 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.18 


0.13 


0.11 
.00 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.05 
.02 
.12 
.30 
.00 

.00 
.02 
.03 
.05 
.09 
.05 
.01 
.01 
.10 
1.38 
.01 
.57 
.19 
.04 
.47 
.02 
.04 
.55 
.01 
.22 
.04 
.13 

.05 
.95 

2.74 
.00 

1.48 
.08 
.67 
.05 
.43 
.27 

.52 
.07 
.04 
.14 
.26 
.05 
.02 
.05 
.32 
.03 
.00 
.12 
.02 
.ii,; 
.03 
.05 
.06 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.19 




.00 




.02 






.02 


.00 

.01 
.05 


0.44 


.01 




.03 


.00 




.00 




.04 


.00 

.00 
.01 
.03 


.08 
.01 
.02 
.47 
.00 




.02 
.11 


.03 


.29 
.00 


.03 


.00 


.01 




.02 


.05 
.04 
.03 
.09 
.10 
.02 
.02 
.10 
2.35 
.03 
.30 
.24 
.07 
.91 




.03 
.05 


.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.06 


.03 


.08 
.04 


.08 


.ill 




.01 




.09 

1.31 

.01 


.06 
.89 

.08 


. 55 
.18 


.29 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 


.04 





.44 




.02 




.04 


.02 
.64 
.00 
1.13 
.06 
.09 

.06 

.43 

5.26 


.06 


.52 


.07 


.HI 




.22 
.04 


.09 

.00 
.04 

.03 
.08 

.02 


.03 


.12 

.05 


.03 


.90 

2.58 

.00 


.08 
.23 


1. in 
.08 


.13 
.06 
.12 


1.20 
.01 
.56 
.01 
.41 
.31 

.48 

.04 

.05 

.18 

.21 

.08 

.05 , 

.11 

.14 

.03 

.(HI 

.09 

.04 

.12 

.06 

.11 

.03 

.01 

.02 

.01 

.30 


.75 


.63 
.04 


.03 


.41 


.18 
.08 

.05 
.02 




.25 

.50 

.1)7 
.n-1 


.03 

.(is 
.03 


.14 


.0] 

.02 




.25 
.05 


.06 
.03 


.02 


.00 


.05 


.06 
.06 

.06 


.03 

.0(1 


.00 
.01 


.11 

.02 


.00 


.03 

.06 
.03 


.06 
.02 


.01 
.01 
.03 
.01 


.05 
.05 
.01 


.06 
.03 


.01 
.02 
.18 | 


.01 

.01 
.02 


.03 
.03 
.14 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLTSTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



195 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 



Officers. 



II 02 

.in 




Enlisted men. 



White. 



.07 
.87 
.01 
.25 
.06 
.23 



.08 
1.62 
4. 35 
.00 
2.28 
.14 
1.15 
.07 
.63 
.38 



.91 
.13 
.08 
.25 
.46 
.09 
.02 
.07 
.56 
.06 
01 
.21 
.03 
.10 
.04 
.07 
.09 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.30 



Colored. 



0. 18 


0.25 


1)1 




.04 




.03 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.10 


.00 




.08 


.17 


.04 


.02 


.20 


.03 


.52 


.90 


.01 


.01 


.00 




.03 


.09 


.05 


.08 


.09 


.07 


.14 


.18 


.07 


.19 


.02 


.04 


.02 


.03 


.15 


.19 


2.15 


4.17 


.02 


.05 


.96 


.56 


.33 


.45 


.07 


.13 


.75 


1.77 


.02 





.03 
1.17 
.01 

2.20 
. 11 
.18 



.10 

.78 

9.71 



1.83 
.02 

1.05 
.01 
.62 
.49 



.91 
.07 
.09 
.35 
.40 
.16 
.10 
.21 
.25 
.05 
.01 
.17 
.08 
.23 
.11 
.16 
.07 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.56 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
Total. men. 







n. is 


0.17 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.05 


.05 


.00 


.00 


.08 


.08 


.03 


.03 


.19 


.18 


.55 


.52 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.04 


.03 


.05 


.05 


.0!) 


.08 


.15 


. 14 


.07 


.07 


.02 


.02 


.02 


. 02 


. 15 


. 15 


2. 29 


2.17 


.02 


.02 


.93 


.90 


.33 


.32 



.08 

1.56 

4.72 
.00 

2.25 
.13 

1.15 
.07 
.63 
.39 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



.01 
.78 
.02 
.07 
.85 
.01 
.37 
.06 
.21 



.08 
1.48 

4.47 
.00 

2.13 
.13 

1.09 
.06 
.60 
.37 



.87 
.12 
.08 
.24 
.11 
.09 
.03 
.07 
.51 
.06 
.00 
.-'ii 
.03 
.10 
.04 
.07 
.mi 
.02 
.in 
.03 
.30 



Officers. 



.01 
.03 



.01 



.09 



.05 



.01 
.01 



.07 
.05 
.05 



.04 



.04 
.03 



.01 



.01 



.01 
.01 
.03 



.01 



Enlisted men. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



.00 
.01 
.00 



.00 
.00 
.01 
.03 
.01 



.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.26 
.IK) 
.13 
.01 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.12 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.01 



.02 
.21 
.32 



.52 
.02 
.09 
.02 
.19 
.12 



.04 
.01 

.'HI 

.01 
.02 

.mi 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 



0.01 



.01 

.62" 



.00 
.01 
.00 



.00 
.00 

.111 

.02 

.1)1 



Tolal 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 



.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.28 
.(H) 
.12 
.III 
.00 
.05 
.1)1 
.00 
. 12 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.01 



s< 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
5.5(1 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-5J 



60 
61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

71.1 

74e 

741 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

71.' 



.02 I 
.20 I 
.34 



.02 
.19 
.12 



.04 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.011 
.00 
.00 
.03 



67 

Oxa 

68b 

68c 

cxd 

6Se 

681 

OSg 

6Sh 
68i 



75a(l) 

75a(2) 

75a(3) 

75a(4) 

75b 

75c 

75d 

7.V 

751 



75i 

751 

75k 

751 

73m 

75n 

75o 

75p 



196 MEDICAL ASD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, tohite,\> 

RATIOS PEE 1,000. f 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



SS 
llfi 
53c 

54 

55a 
55b 
55c 
5.5(1 
55e 
Mia 
56b 
57-59 



(ill 

til 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74 b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74 r 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



67 

68a 

68b 

68c 

68d 

68e 

6Sf 

68e 

6Sh 
68i 



75a 

75a 
75a 
75a 
75a 
75b 
75c 
75d 
75e 
75f 



Cause. 



IV. General diseases (others)— Continued. 



(loiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

other diseases of the ductless glands. 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple. 
Locomotor ataxia. . 
Mtdtiple scle 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



0. 06 



0.05 



Spinal cord, diseases of (others). 
Apoplexy. 



Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) . 

Epilepsy 

Jacksoman epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 

Nc 



0. 12 

.12 
.36 



.60 
.12 



.29 
.06 



N euro-circulatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart ) . 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted) 

Neuralgia 



Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of. 



VI. Mental alienation. 



c.encral paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states. 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering. 



Dementia pnecox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychoncurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive. 
Psychoses (others) 



.IS 



.11 



.12 
.24 



.IS 
.35 



.45 

.22 



.23 
.33 



.71' 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 



Refractive errors (all) . 

(1) Astigmatism. . 

(2) Hyperopia 



.24 

.12 



.06 



.00 
.12 



.If, 
.14 



(3) Myopia. 



(4) Defective vision (cause not stated). 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 



75i 

7l 
751 
7->m 
75n 
75o | 

:.->!> 

75r I 



Cataract. 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others). 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis , 



Iritis 

Ketatitis. 

Retinitis. 



Nystagmus 

'tiaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of.. 



.00 



,05 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND KN LISTED MEX BY COUNTRY. 



197 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1.919, inclusive — Continued. 

I RATIOS PER 1,000. 



) 


countries (enlisted men 


)• 












Native troops (enlisted men). 


; 


' 


Hawaii. 




Panama. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 




Transports 
Colored. 


Total. 


Filipinos. Hawaiian*. 


Porto 
Rieans. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No 




While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 










0.00 




0.05 


0. 05 


0.2S 














88 






. 










110 






i 






53c 












0.05 1 1.27 


54 



























55b 



































. 14 

.07 
.77 
.70 






















0.01 




0.01 


6. is 




55e 




.06 


0. 30 


. 10 







56a 








.is 
















57 59 


\ 


















60 

















61 






.07 
.07 
.42 
.21 
.21 
.07 
1.69 
2. .53 










.(Is 


02 






.01 


.01 










. 05 

.05 


. 05 . 18 . 08 


03b 
















































. 11 
. 11 








.4:1 


"".*30" 


. 36 
.05 

.05 
.15 


.10 


. 17 


0. 19 


. IS 


.53 i 2.28 


69 




. Oil 
. 19 


.05 


1.97 
.49 
. 14 
.49 

.07 


.1)1 
. 03 




.01 


.05 .Is .08 


711. 














71d 






.1)1 




.01 














7 If 






.01 

.04 




.01 
.01 




. IS i .ns 






. :u . 30 


.31 




1.76 
.07 
.35 
.14 
.14 

.28 
3.30 
5.34 







73a 




.05 

.05 




73b 














.us 
















73d 




.06 




.05 




.01 




.01 


.(is 


74K 
67 












.02 
.87 




..51 
.82 


. 25 

.05 


.03 

. 14 





:S 


.11 1.25 .08 


08a 




.60 


(isl> 
6Sc 




.02 




.51 


.81 


4.57 

.28 

.98 

1.97 
.98 

1.26 

. 14 
.14 
.14 
.84 

.35 


.19 


. 19 


.19 


.86 1.07 .42 


6Sd 










. 12 




. 10 




.01 
.01 
.04 
.02 

.03 




.01 
.01 
.01 
.02 

.01 




.1)8 


681 






. 10 
.05 
.20 

.81 







68g 
68h 




.12 

.06 

.25 
.18 




.10 
.10 

.21 
.15 







..10 






.OS 

.17 






.09 


.05 

.05 












75a(l) 
75a(2) 












, 






.06 




.05 




.01 
.02 


.09 


.02 

.02 




75a(3) 






.81 




. 17 


75a(4) 
75b 








. IS 














75o 








.07 
.35 








. 05 


.lis 

. 30 


75d 








' .02 
.01 




.02 
.01 






.12 


| 


. 10 








. 36 




751 


















75e 
75h 




. 05 


.07 


.04 




.01 




.lis 
. 17 























.07 
.28 
.28 
.21 


.03 






7"il 


























. i'.l 


. 15 


. 05 


.OS 














75n 
75o 


















.08 










.07 
.63 












.06 . 


1 


. 05 . 




.01 




/dil 


!o.5 ! ."36*1 .17 


75r 



198 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whittf. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



7Ga 
70b 
76c 
76d 
76e 



86a 

Mil, 

86c 
86d 
86c 
86f 
86g 
86h 
SOi 



87a 

87b 
100a 
100b 
100c 
100(1 
lOOe 



77 

78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

7' .H 

79e 

80 

81a 

81b 

Sic 

M<1 

82 

83a 

83b 

83c 

B3d 

Ma 

84b 

85a 

85b 

85c 

85. 1 

85e 

».-,f 

85g 
85h 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
96 
97 
98 



Cause. 







Total U 


Total 


Total 




officers 


officers 




and 


and 




enlisted 


enlisted 


Total 


mcn ? 


men, 


officers. 


including 


Ameri- 




native 


can 




troops. 


troops. 





Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



VIII, Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective bearing (cause not stated) 

Ear, other diseases of 



IX. Xasalfosszc, diseases of. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossre, other diseases of 



X. Throat, diseases of. 

Laryngitis, acute catarrhal 

Larynx, other diseases of. 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from 

Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal 

Pharynx, other diseases of . . ., 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitralinsufficiency 

( 4) M itral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic... 
(f>) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Ar teriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Variocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



Xir. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative 

Pleurisy, serofibrinous. . . 
Pleura, other diseases of. . 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. . 
Lungs, other diseases of. . 



1.33 

.03 
.00 
.10 
.01 



1.34 
.03 
.00 
.10 
.01 



.00 


.0(1 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.08 


.08 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.(H) 


.00 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


2. 59 


2.60 


.31 


.31 


.04 


.04 


1.50 


1.50 


.56 


.56 


.07 


.07 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.11 


.11 


.14 


.15 


.02 


.02 


.29 


30 


.19 


.19 


.(II 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.0B 


.W 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.00 


.31 


.31 


.06 


.00 


.mi 


.00 


.04 


.03 


.16 


10 


.01 


.01 


.74 


.75 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.23 


.23 


.00 


.00 


.02 


.02 


.32 


.32 


.07 


.07 


.14 


.14 


.22 


.22 


.09 


.09 


.27 


.27 


.71 


.71 


.117 


.07 


.<>'_' 


.02 




Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



DISCIIAIKIKS Full DISABILITY < 1 1 T I r Fl!>. AND I.XI.1STF.D A I F.N l!Y I'lU'XTHY. 



199 



■olored, Filipino, Parte Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1 , 11J17 , to Dec. 31, 1910, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska) 



Enlisted men. 











Total 










officers 








Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


i 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 


0.54 


2.40 


1.28 


2.33 


2.23 


.01 


.05 


.03 


.05 


.05 




.01 
. 16 




.00 

.10 


.00 


Hi 


.21 


.16 


.02 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.07 




.00 
.02 
.00 
.01 


.01 


.00 
.02 
.00 
.01 


.00 




.02 




.00 


.02 


.01 


.OH 


.12 


. 14 


.12 


.12 


.01 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 

.05 


.07 


.00 
.05 


.00 


.01 


.05 




.02 
.02 


.03 

.01 


.03 
.02 


.02 


.04 


.02 




.00 
.03 
.03 


.02 

.01 


.00 
.03 
.03 


.00 




.02 


.05 


.03 




.00 
.01 


.01 
.01 


.00 
.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.03 

.03 

4.40 


.02 
.05 

ll. 03 


.03 

.03 

4.01 


.03 




.03 


.45 


I. 38 


.10 


. 55 


.59 


. 55 


.53 


.02 


.07 


.10 


.07 


.07 


.22 


2.49 


4.21 


2.61 


2. 48 


.08 


1.00 


1.46 


1.03 


.98 


.02 


.13 


.11 


. 12 


. 12 




.00 

.00 
.22 
.25 


. 15 
.58 


.00 
.00 
.21 
.27 


.00 
.00 
.20 
.26 






.02 


.01 


.04 


.05 


.04 


.'II 


.2.1 


.17 


.94 


.51 


.49 


.01 


.33 


.50 


.34 


.32 




.1)1 
.02 




.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 


.01 


.011 


.13 


.09 


.23 


.10 


.10 


.01 


.III 


.05 


.01 


.01 




.1X1 
.02 


.05 
.03 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 


.1)1 


.02 


.08 


.20 


.09 


.08 


.01 


. 11 


.17 


. 11 


.11 


.15 


. ->7 


.4S 


.57 


.54 


.04 


. 11 


.14 


. 11 


.11 




.00 




.00 


.00 


.02 


.04 


.21 


. 05 


.05 




.17 








.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.Ml 


03 


1.03 


6.84 


1.43 


1. 35 




.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 




■ III 
.39 




.00 
.43 


.(X) 
.40 


.02 


.92 




.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 




.03 


.08 


.03 


.03 


.31 


.47 


.78 


.49 


.48 


.03 


.09 


.14 


.09 


.09 




.20 


.21 


.21 


. 19 


.04 


.34 


.28 


.34 


.32 


.03 


.09 


.10 


.09 


.09 


.07 


.39 


.45 


.40 


. 38 


.10 


1.19 


2.90 


1.31 


i . -•;, 


.02 


. II 


.21 


.12 


. n 


.02 


.03 1 


.07 


.04 


.40 



United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Enlisted men. 

Total 
officers 
Officers. and 

enlisted 
men. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 





White. 


Colored. 


Tot 


ll. 


0.24 


0. 26 1 


0.08 




0.25 


.01 


.01 


.02 




.01 




.00 
.02 


.02 




.mi 


.01 


. 02 




.01 






.01 



.01 



.31 
. 



.03 
.01 



.01 
.1)1 



. 19 
.08 

.07 
. 1)1 
.07 
.05 
.03 
. nl 



.00 



.01 

.1)1 

.IX) 
.00 



. 39 
.05 
.01 
.27 
.1)5 
.02 



.IK) 
.01 
.IX) 
.06 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.01 



.01 
.01 
.00 

.112 



.02 
.IK) 
.IK) 



.12 
.05 
.06 

. Ill 
. 10 
. 12 
. 05 
.01 
.00 I 



.04 
.01 



.III 

.02 



.00 
.03 



.02 
.01 



.01 
.01 



.05 
.02" 

."62" 



.06 
.07 
.21 
. 15 
.09 
. 14 
.04 
.02 



.00 

.IK) 

.01 

.01 
.00 

.00 



.00 
.00 
. 45 
. 05 
."I 
.33 
.04 
.02 



.00 
.01 
.00 
.06 
.02 
.00 
.00 

.III 

.00 



.02 

.IK) 

.00 



0. 25 
.01 

.00 
.02 
.00 





.00 .... 
.00 .... 




.IK) 
.00 


.00 




.00 






.14 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.03 








.(X) .... 




.00 


.00 



.01 

.32 
.05 
.02 



.(X) 
.1)1 
.00 
.06 
.02 
.1KI 
.00 

.01 
.00 



.(X) 
.01 
.01 



.02 
.01 
.00 
.02 



.02 
.00 
.00 



. 12 
. 05 
.07 
. I" 
.10 
.13 
.05 
.01 
.00 



.6a 
76b 
76c 
76d 
70e 



Mia 

Mil) 
86C 
Mid 

86e 

86f 

86i 



.1111 

.(XI 

.01 

.01 

. 00 100c 

.00 100(1 



S7a 
871) 

1 00a 

1001) 



78 

79a 

79a 1 1 1 

79a(2) 

79a(3) 

79al4) 

79a(5) 

79a(6) 

79a(7) 

79a 8) 

791) 

79c 

79d 

79e 

so 

81a 

Sill 
sir 

Sid 

82 

S3a 

83b 

83c 

S3.I 

S4a 
-11. 
85a 
85b 
s5r 
8.5(1 
S5e 
851 
85g 
sjh 



-'.) in 

91 

92a 

93a 

93b 

93c 

96 

97 

98 



200 MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white 

RATIOS TER 1,000. r 





Cause. 






American troops in otly 
'1 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

cat ion 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


* 
Philippine Islands. 

1 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. \ 


76a 


VIII. Ear, diseases of. 


0.3fi 


0.18 




0.14 


76b 
"tic 
7f>d 
















::::::::::?, 












7* ie 








0.22 


.05 


86a 


IX. Xasal fosstf , diseases of. 






8Kb 
86c 

86(1 
S6e 
S6f 
86p 
86h 
86i 

87a 
87b 
100a 
100b 

100c 
100(1 
1(H)C 

77 

78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

?.t;i 

79a 

70a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79e 

80 

81a 

81b 

81c 

Md 

82 

83a 

83b 

83c 

83(1 

84a 

Mb 

8.*>a 

Mb 

85c 

85d 

Me 

85f 

85g 

85h 

89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
96 
97 
98 






























::::::::::: 




.12 
























i 










j 












X. Throat, diseases of. 





































































:::::::::::> 


XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 








[ 














.48 
.12 


.29 
.06 




.23 

.05 














.36 


.12 
.06 

.06 




.09', 






.05 








.05 






































. 










::::::::::::? 






.06 




.05 








. A 





































.06 




.05 ' 



































.06 




.05 










Phlebitis 








:::::::::::: 




















, 


























.08 




" jo 








i 


Heart-block 








:::::::::::. 




.36 














j 












XII. Jt(spiratory system, diseases of 


.12 


.06 




> 

05' 






■i 










1 








.22 


.05 


















:::::::::::] 




.24 





















.06 




■OS 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, ASD ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 201 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 








Native troops (enlisted men). 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 
0.31 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




0.06 


0. 05 


4.43 

.21 


0.05 




0.05 




0.71 


0.59 










76b 
















76c 


















76d 


.06 





.05 






.02 




.02 


0. 05 


















86a 










.07 
































86c 








.05 


.07 
.21 


.02 




.02 





.OS 




.06 




.or. 




86e 








1 






86f 




















86E 










.07 


.01 


.01 






.OS 
















.06 




. 05 




.21 














S7a 















S7b 










.SIS 





































.07 




















































.07 
. 14 
5. 62 
.42 












77 








. 10 
.25 
. 10 












.74 
.12 




.62 

.10 


.22 

.03 




. 19 
.03 


.05 


3.56 


1.01 
.08 


79a 






79a(l) 










79a(2) 


.13 
.06 
.06 

.06 




.36 
. 05 
. 05 
.05 


. 10 
'".'or/ 


3.72 
.91 
.35 


. 12 
.04 




. 11 
.04 


.38 
.22 

.05 


3.56 


.68 
.OS 


79a (3) 
79a(4) 












79a(5) 














79a(6) 
79a(7) 




























.21 
.21 
.21 
.70 
.49 
.07 


.02 
.01 




.02 

.01 






.17 


79a(8) 
79b 






























79c 


.19 




.15 




.02 

.02 




.02 

.02 






.34 


79d 








79e 












.05 




SO 


















81a 


.12 




.10 




.14 

.07 






:::::::::::: 


" :t>5 


, 


81b 















81c 




















Sid 




















82 










.07 
.07 
.7(1 
. 14 
.07 
. 14 
.21 


.01 




.01 








83a 


















S3b 


.06 

.06 




.05 

.05 


.05 


.02 




.02 






.OS 


83c 










S3d 
















S4a 


















.34 
.17 


Sib 










.01 
.01 
.01 




.01 
.01 
.01 






85a 
















85b 


.06 




.05 


.05 


.42 










85c 












85d 






















85e 










.21 

.07 


.02 




.02 


.05 






85f 
















K5g 




















S5h 










1.69 

.77 
.14 
1.19 
.21 

2. SS 
.63 

.07 
.07 


.04 
.01 




.04 
.02 
.03 
.01 


.11 
. 05 


.IS 


.17 


f-9-90 










0.09 


91 










. 02 . 09 






92a 










.01 
.03 
.03 
.01 




.05 






93a 


















.12 
.87 




.10 

.72 






.03 

.03 


.11 


3.21 


2.20 
.OS 






.10 












.06 




.05 


' 


.01 




.01 






98 



202 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including tratisports, officers and enlisted men, ichite, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. / 





Cause. 


Total United States Army. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 

Including 

nal ivc 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 
troops. 


American 


Total 
native 
troops. 


cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


99a 


XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 


0.04 
.00 
.34 
.00 
.11 
.02 
.11 
.10 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.91 
.01 
.04 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.29 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.02 
.03 
.04 
.OS 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.(X) 
.03 

.00 
.(XI 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.(X) 
.(X) 
.03 
.2H 


0.04 
.00 
.34 
.00 
.11 
.02 
.11 
.10 
.00 
.04 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.91 
.01 
.04 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.(XI 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.29 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.02 
.1)3 
.04 
.08 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.04 
.(X) 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 

.00 
.1X1 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.(X) 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.28 


0.02 


0.04 
.00 
.33 
.00 
.12 
.02 
.11 
.11 
.00 
.04 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.90 
.01 
.03 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.08 
.00 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.30 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.05 
.02 
.04 
.03 
.08 
.(XI 
.02 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.02 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.27 


0.00 


0.04 
.00 
.36 
.00 
.12 
.02 
.11 
.10 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.95 
.01 
.05 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.29 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.05 
.02 
.04 
.04 
.08 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.29 


0.03 


991) 




99c 




.01 


.74 
.01 
.05 




101 






102a 




.04 
.02 
.04 

.07 




102b 






102c 




.06 
.05 
.00 

.01 
.01 
.00 


.06 


105a 




105b 






105c 




.04 




100 




.64 


107a 






107b 








107c 




.00 
.07 
.16 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.01 






108 




.07 
1.53 
.01 
.17 
.08 
.01 
.00 
.01 


.03 
.03 


109a 




109b 




110a 






110b 






113 




.03 


114 




115a 






115b 






115c 




.01 
.05 




117a 








117b 




.03 




USa 




.00 

.00 




11Kb 








lisc 








119 


XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonienereal). 


.03 
.13 


.01 
.10 




120 




.19 


122a 




1221) 






.(X) 




122c 




.00 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 




122d 




.04 
.02 
.01 
.14 
.14 
.01 
.03 
.02 
.25 


.06 


122e 




123 






124a 






124b 






125a 






.03 


125b 




.00 


12.5c 






120 




.02 




127a 






127b 






.04 
.04 
.00 
.15 

.01 




127c 






.03 


127<1 






127e 


Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal) 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 






112 




1 43a 








143b 




.00 
.01 
.01 


.00 

.06 
.01 
.00 
.01 




144a 

144b 




.03 


145a 






145b 








145c 








145(1 










145c 




.00 
.01 


.01 

.03 




145f 






145g 

14511 










.00 
.00 
.00 




145i 









145j 
145k 














1451 














.01 
.03 


.01 
.54 




1450 




.33 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTKY. 203 



lolored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS TF.li 1,000. 



% United 


states Army in United State 


s (including Alaska). 


Unit( 


d Slates Army in Europe 
Enlisted men 


excluding Kus 

I 


da). 

Tol :d 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 




{ 

Officers. 


Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


officers. 


llller- 
naliollal 

classifi- 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 

0. 06 
.00 
.66 
.01 
.21 
.03 
.18 
.IS 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.10 

1.67 
.02 
.08 
.09 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.01 
. 13 
.00 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.36 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.09 
.03 
.06 
.07 
.15 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.02 
.03 
.00 
.06 

.00 


While. 


Colored. 


Total. 

0.01 


cation 
No. 


0.02 


0.07 0.01 


0.06 
.00 
.62 
.01 
.20 
03 
. 17 
.17 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.10 

1.58 
.02 
.08 
.09 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.01 


0. 01 0.01 


(1.01 


99a 


.00 
.60 








.02 


1.45 


. 01 . 00 




.(XI 


.on 


99c 


.01 .01 










.00 
.02 
.03 
.10 


.22 
.03 
.18 


.09 


.01 
.03 
.01 
.04 


.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
on 


(1.01 


.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
. 02 


.in 
.00 
.02 
. Ill 
.00 
.02 


102a 


.11 




102c 


.19 1 .09 
.01 .01 
. 05 . 03 
.01 .02 
.00 .01 


.01 


105a 

lir.l) 
1H.V 


.06 


. 01 . 02 






















.00 

.01 














.01 
i . 00 
.19 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.02 
.02 
. 02 
.02 












107c 


.10 
1.57 
.02 
.06 
.09 
.01 
.01 


.12 
2.90 
.01 
.34 
.14 
.01 
.01 


.09 .(|4 
.OS .111 

.IK) 

. 00 


.01 
.06 
.01 


.04 
. 10 
.(HI 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.01 
. HI 
.00 

.IHI 
. 'II 
. 'HI 
.0(1 
.00 
.(HI 
.(HI 


ins 

I09a 

109b 

lioa 




.01 
.00 


.01 
.02 


1101) 


.01 

.01 




I ii 


.03 
.01 
.00 


.02 


.on 

.00 
.00 


.01 


.00 
.(XI 
.(XI 


115a 

1151) 












.01 .01 
.14 .10 








I17a 


.01 










117b 


.00 

.01 
.01 

.03 
.38 

.00 




.00 
.01 
.01 

.03 
.35 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.08 
.03 
.06 
.07 
.14 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.02 
.03 
.00 
.05 

.00 










118a 




.01 




.00 




.IHI 
.01 

.03 

. 22 

.IK) 
.00 
.1X1 
.IHI 
.1X1 
.IKI 
.IKI 
.IK) 


.110 
.III 

.03 
. 22 
.IHI 
.(HI 
.011 
. (Ill 
.1X1 
.00 
.00 
.00 








.01 

. 03 
.21 
.00 






.03 

.13 


.03 
.19 


.04 

.OS 


.'iiV 


119 
120 




.01 .01 
. 01 . 00 
.09 .07 
. 03 . 04 
.06 .02 
.06 .27 
.14 1 .28 
.00 .01 
. 03 . 07 
. 01 - or. 




.(HI 
.00 
.00 




122b 


1 ,'oi" 

.02 
.02 
.02 






1 22c 






1 22d 


.00 

. 03 . 00 
.01 


.III 

.01 


122c 
123 
124 a 






.00 













1 25a 


.01 




.00 
.00 
.00 




.00 

.00 

.00 


.(HI 
.00 

.(HI 


1251) 


.02 


.04 
.00 

.01 


.49 


.01 


1 26 
127a 




.08 






.CO 
no 




.IHI 

.1111 


.(HI 

.00 


127b 




.03 
.00 

.04 

.00 


.07 
.01 
.29 

.01 




.01 








I27d 




1 .00 




.1X1 

.(X) 
.0(1 
.(HI 
.111 
.01 
.(HI 
.1X1 


.(HI 

.00 
.1X1 
.00 
.01 

.III 

.0(1 
.(X) 


127e 




.01 


142 








.00 
.00 
.01 


143a 


.01 

.02 
.02 


.00 .01 

.02 .10 
.01 . .01 
.00 ' .01 
.01 .01 

.00 . 


.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.04 
.51 1 


.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.06 
.00 

.(K) 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.111 

.49 . 






143b 


.02 


144a 




.01 
.00 
.00 




























.00 

.01 












145d 




.03 


.01 
.01 








. 1X1 

.III 

.(HI 




.02 


.06 .06 


.01 




.III 
.IHI 


145f 


.00 
.00 




' .00 






I 


.01 


145h 


. 

i 


.00 .01 
.00 .01 

.00 

.00 

. 05 . 01 
.47 ' 1.06 










1451 
145] 










145k 
1451 




.hi 

.04 


.01 , .01 
.(0 1 .02 




.01 
.02 


.01 

.02 




.02' 


1450 



204 MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. f 

Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white;* 

RATIOS PER 1,000. f 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



93a 



99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
10.5a 
10Sb 
10.5c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 
113 
114 
11.5a 
11.5b 
11.5c 
117a 
117b 
USa 
11 so 
118c 



119 

120 

122a 

1221) 

122c 

122(1 

122o 

123 

124a 

124b 

12.5a 

12.5b 

12.5c 

128 

127a 

127b 

1 27c 

127(1 

127e 



I 12 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

14.5a 

14.5b 

14.5c 

14.5d 

14.50 

145f 

14.5k 

145h 

14.5i 

1 15 

14ok 

14.51 

14.5 m 

1 !5o 



Cause. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focalinfection from.. 

Mouth andannexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Oastroenteroptosis 

stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea. 



E n tori t is and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm). 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes, 



Intestinal parasites (others). 
Appendicitis. 



Hernia. 

[ntestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of. 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis.. 



all-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis.. 



American troops in othe: I 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



0.12 



0.12 
.06 
.12 



Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of. . 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of {nonvenereal). 



Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic. . 
Nephroptosis . 



Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of. 
Nephrolithiasis. 



Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of. . 
Urethritis (nonvenereal). . . 

St ricture (nonvenereal ) 

Urethra, other diseases of. 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis. 



.06 



.06 



.06 



Colored. 



.06 



.22 



.06 



Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

Warts, external genital organs 

(loiiitonrinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal).. 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene.. 

Carbuncle. 
Furuncle. . 
Abscess.. 



Total. 



.11.5 
'.'05 



.ii. < 



.05 



Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects, and diseases of. 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Licnen 

Nsevus. 



.06 



Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



.06 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY — -OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN IN COUNTRY. 



205 



'alored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 



RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 



Native troops (enlisted men). 



i 

Hawaii. 

- 


Panama. 


Other 

countries 

and not 

stated. 

Total. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


llawaiians. 


Porto 
Rieans. 


White. Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 










0.14 


0.01 




0.01 






o.os 














! 






.49 



























0.05 


•■:« 


.02 




.02 


(1.06 




0.05 
.21 
.15 








.19 


0.30 




.07 

.07 


.03 




.03 


0.36 




.19 



































.02 




.02 






















1.94 








































f 
























.14 
1.05 








.OS 


.25 




.21 


.05 


.08 




.00 






.08 


















.14 
.14 










.06 




.05 




01 
.01 




.01 n. 16 


.IS .OS 










.01 






.08 




















































































♦ .25 




.21 l 


.14 


.01 




01 






/. 




























1 
























.15 
.05 


.07 
1.12 


.03 

.02 




.03 
.02 






.06 




.05 


.11 


.53 .17 


























.06 




.05 
05 














.30 




.28 
.21 
.14 

.07 










.17 

















.19 






. 15 
















.01 




.01 






























.01 




.01 




.18 


I 
































. 

1 








.01 




.01 









































.07 












.08 




























.07 


.01 




.01 




































































.02 


0.09 


.03 















.07 
















.06 




.05 












































' i 














i 


.14 










' l 








1 










c '..: .' ■ ".. ■ 


































i 
























1 


.03 




1 .00 


.SO 


.51 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



99a 
99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107e 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 
113 
114 
115a 
115b 
115c 
117a 
117b 
USa 
llsb 

HSc 



II:) 

I2n 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

122e 

123 

124a 

124 b 

125a 

125b 

12.5c 

126 

127a 

1271) 

127c 

127d 

127e 



142 

143a 

1431) 

144a 

144b 

14.5a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

145e 

[451 

145',' 

145h 

145i 

145i 

145k 

14.51 

145m 

1450 



206 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



' 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, Inj countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whi.. 

RATIOS PER 1.(1(111. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

cat ion 
Xo. 



146a 
146b 

146c 
147a 
147h 
147c 
147(1 
147c 
149a 
1491) 
149c 
149d 
1490 
149f 
149g 
1 I'.ili 



150 
189 



Cause. 



XVI. Bones and organs nf locomotion, diseases of. 

Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted) 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 



Total United States Army. 



' 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

Including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
olficcrs 

and 

enlisted ,> Total 
men, ollicers. 
Ameri- 
can 
I roups. 



Total enlisted men. Ameri- 
can troops. 



White. Colored. Total. 



'cs planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 

Total 



0.12 
.50 
.12 
.29 
.01 
.12 
.02 
21 
11 
.04 
.04 
.02 

2.12 
.05 
.02 

1.03 



. OS 

.42 



0.12 

.50 
.12 
.30 
.01 
.12 
.02 
22 
.11 
.04 
.04 
.02 

2.14 
.05 
.02 

1.04 



.05 
.43 



Office 
classi- 
cal ion. 
1 
2 

3 
4 



9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
u; 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 



40.91 



0. Ill 
.02 
.04 
.02 



.01 



.011 

.00 

.00 
.01 
.01 

. 11 

.00 



.07 



Bites 

burns 

Itiirns, chemical and X-ray 

Compression ." 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing .• 

I dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and antiexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

(las, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

I I iimicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of joint 

Strain 

Suicide 

Synovitis, t ran mat ic 

Wounds, multifile 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (other) 



.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.09 
.00 
.IB 
.05 






■ Oil 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.09 
.no 
.06 
.05 



Total 



Grand total. 



.00 
.03 
.01 
.64 
.40 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 



.00 
.34 
.15 
.02 



.05 
.07 
.14 
.03 
.19 
16 



.03 
.11 
.01 



.06 
.os 
.03 
.00 
.09 
.08 



11.11 
.48 
. 12 
.27 
Jil 
. 11 
.02 
.18 
. It 
.05 
.04 
.02 

2.16 
.05 
.i>2 

1.00 



.05 
.42 



0.24 

1.05 
.21 
.75 
."1 
.30 
.02 
.83 
.is 
.05 
.04 
.04 

3.23 
.11 
.03 

1.9S 



77.65 



.0(1 
.02 
.01 
.64 
.36 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.00 



.06 
.01 
.25 
.22 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.00 
.36 
.14 
.03 



.05 
.06 
.lis 
.03 
. 1-- 
.16 



2.44 



9.83 



42. 14 



.32 

.13 

.02 



II. 12 
.52 
.13 
.31 
.01 
.12 

.112 

.23 
.12 
.05 
.04 
.02 

2. 25 
.06 
.02 

1.09 



.06 

. II 



i 



Totai' 
native ' 
troops' 



"1 

J 

.39 

.11 



42.84 



00 


.00 


.00 


02 


.02 


.02 


in 


.01 


.01 


llll 




.00 


(Ill 


.66 


:oo 


05 


.03 


.05 


08 


.07 


.09 


llll 




.00 


07 


.02 


.07 


05 


.01 


.05 



.00 
.36 
.15 
.03 



.05 
.07 

.14 

.03 
.20 
.16 



45.46 



23.62- 



24. « 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY- 



1FFICERS, AXD KXLISTED MEN IX COUXTRY. 



20' 



blared, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

r RATIOS PER 1,000. 





I'nitcd States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding IUiss 


ia). 




r 
i 


Officers. 




Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted men 




Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 

0.02 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.18 

.oo 

.01 
.07 

.00 
.04 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 




While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


cation 

No. 




0.01 
.02 
.06 
.02 


0.19 
.S6 
.21 
.47 
.02 
.19 
.04 
.32 
.20 
.08 
.07 
.03 

3.77 
.09 


0.44 
2.06 
.41 
1.45 
.02 
.56 
.05 

*:8 

.09 
.08 
.08 

6.22 
.21 
.05 

3.83 

.27 
1.32 


0. 20 
.95 
.22 
.54 
.02 
.21 
.04 
.41 
.21 
.08 
.07 
.03 

3.94 
. 10 
.03 

1.92 

. 10 

.77 


0.19 
.90 
.21 
.51 
.02 
.20 
.04 
.39 
.20 
.08 
.06 
.03 

3.72 
.09 
.03 

1.82 

.10 
.74 


11.01 


0. 02 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.no 
.111 

.(XI 

.111 

.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.19 
.00 
.01 
.06 

.IK) 
.04 


0. 03 
.01 
.01 
.02 


0. 02 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.1)1 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.19 
.00 
.01 
.07 

.00 
.04 


146a 
1461) 


• 


.01 


146c 
147a 






147h 


[ :« 


.01 


.02 


147c 
147(1 




.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.10 
.01 




147e 






.01 

.III 
.13 

.01 
.07 

.03 


149a 






1491) 




.01 


149e 
149d 




. 12 


149e 
149f 


t. 




.03 


."oT 

.01 
.01 


149 s 


- 


.10 


1.78 

.09 
.73 


1491) 

150 


h :23" 


189 


\- 


10. 66 


66. 92 


145. 15 


72. 33 


lis. till 


4. 16 


6. 82 8. 34 


7. 22 


7 OS 


Office 
classifi- 
cation. 

l 














.00 


.111 


.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.0(1 
. 1)6 
.1(1 


.00 




.1)3 

.01 


.111 

.01 
.00 




.01 
.01 
.0(1 
.01 
.04 
.08 
.00 
.07 
.05 


.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.04 
.07 
.00 
07 
.05 


.04 


. 03 • 04 
.00 , .02 
.00 | 


.03 2 




.00 


.0(1 3 






.00 4 


" 


.02 


.01 






.03 

.Oil 
.09 


.00 
.06 

.09 


.111 
. (15 
.10 


.00 5 


i 


.02 

.02 


.04 
.08 
.00 
.08 
.05 


.03 
.06 

.04 

.02 


.06 
.10 


6 

9 
10 
11 
12 


■■ 


.03 
.01 


.08 

.08 


.05 i .01 
.04 .01 


. 05 
.04 


.05 

.04 










.01 


.0(1 


.00 
.03 
.01 
.88 
.54 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 


.00 




.03 
.111 
.46 
.26 
.03 
.01 


. 05 
.01 
.19 
.10 

.112 
.00 

.111 


.03 
.01 
.44 
.25 
.03 
.01 
.02 
.00 


.03 
.01 
.44 
.25 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.00 


.02 
.01 
.89 

.50 
.1)0 
.01 


. OS) 

.37 
.3-* 
.01 
.01 


. (13 13 






.00 14 


, 


.35 

.15 


.91 
.38 


.88 15 
.53 lfi 
.00 17 




.03 


.1)1 18 




.02 
.00 


.00 19 




.02 




.00 




. 00 20 




• 








2] 

22 
23 

21 
25 
26 
27 






















.00 
.63 
.15 
.03 




.00 
.63 

.15 
.03 


.00 
.60 
.15 
.03 












.04 

.11 
.02 


.61 

.17 
.03 


.01 
.16 


.03 , 

.14 .11 
.02 .01 


.1)3 
.15 
.02 


.03 
.15 

.02 


!. 






03 
.06 

.02 


.05 

.05 
.06 
.03 


.04 

.01 
.08 
. 05 
.12 

.16 


.05 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.15 
.18 


.04 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.15 
.18 


.12 

.11 
.05 
.01 
.14 
.09 


.05 
.07 
.12 
.03 
.22 
.13 


.02 
.08 
.11 

.01 
.25 
.14 


.05 
.08 
.14 
.03 
.23 
.14 


05 
.08 
.14 
.03 


28 
29 
30 

31 




.05 
.07 


.16 
.19 


.22 
.13 


32 
33 


1.09 2.44 


1.81 


2.39 


2.32 


2.45 


2.52 


1.81 


2.61 


2.61 




11.76 69.36 


146. 97 


74.72 


71.22 


0.62 


9.34 


10.15 


9.83 


9.69 



208 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whiltF 

RATIOS PER 1,000. t 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



140a 
146b 
I (lie 
147a 
117b 
147c 
147cl 
147e 
149a 
149b 
149c 
149(1 
149e 
1491 
»9g 
149h 



150 
189 



Cause. 



Office 

classifi- 
cation. 
1 

■j 

ii 

i 



16 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
23 
21 
25 
26 

29 
.10 
31 
32 
33 



XVI. Hones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of. 
Bones, other diseases of — 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis. 



Float ing cart ilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Meta tarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organ's of locomotion, other diseases of. 



American troops inotW ; 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands. p 



White. Colored. Total. 



0.12 

""ia 



. 12 



.12 



.71 



.12 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 



.24 



Total. 



XVIII. Externa] causes (excluding battle injuries). 



7.65 



Bites 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray. 

Compression 

Concussion 

Contusion . 
Crushin 



shing. 



.06 



Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation! articular cartilage of knee. 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and annexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 



.12 



Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption . 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury. . 

Sprain of Joint 

Strain 

Synovitis, traumatic 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds < others) 

Traumatisms (others) 



.60 
.36 



.29 
.06 



4.49 



.05 



.22 
.67 



.12 



.24 

. I.' 



Total 

C.rand total. 



1.91 



9.42 



.06 
.06 



8.42 



.45 



DISCHARGES FOE DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



209 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1.919, inclusive— Continued. 

RATIOS I'EIi 1,000. 



Countries (enlisted men) 














Native troops (enlisted men). 




1 

Hawaii. 

) 




Panama. 


Other 

countries 

and not 

stated. 

Total. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiian*. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




0.06 




0.05 


0. 05 


0.70 
.56 
.21 

2.18 


0.01 


0.09 


0.02 




0.71 

1.96 

.is 

.18 


0.08 
.17 


146a 






0.05 


146b 


1 :m 

.19 




.21 
.15 




.01 

.02 




.01 
.02 


14(ic 








.25 


147a 










147b 










.35 
.07 
.21 
.21 
.07 
.21 










147c 



















.OS 
. 17 


147d 


.06 






.05 


.05 
.05 




::::: .: 


.36 


147e 






. . ..i 


.05 




149a 
149b 
149c 
149d 
149e 
149f 





































.01 
.24 




.01 
.22 








1.30 




1.08 


.51 


4.71 


.09 




.71 




i 






OS 








.07 
3.02 

.07 
.77 












149g 


.12 




.10 


.25 


.02 




02 


.11 


.IS 


.25 


149h 








150 


.06 




.05 


.10 


.08 




.08 


.05 


.18 


.17 


IS9 








14. 04 3.31 


12.22 


5.89 


104.20 


3.14 


1.33 


2.97 


19.22 


39. sy 


22. S2 




' 






















Office 
classifi- 
cation. 

i 


i 








.49 

.07 














2 
















3 




1 














4 








.14 
.49 

.77 












5 


.06 .. 


.05 

.10 




.02 
.02 




.02 

.02 




.IS [ 


6 


.12 < . 


.05 












8 


.06 




.05 

.10 


. 05 
.10 


.70 
.63 


.01 
.01 




.01 

.01 






.08 


9 


12 






10 


:. 










12 








.70 

.21 

11.31 

15.46 














13 




















14 


.25 




.21 
.10 


.36 


.28 
.02 




.25 

.02 


.05 

.05 


.53 

.36 


.25 
.08 


15 


.12 






16 





.10 




.OS 


i 






.14 












IS 












• 






19 











.07 

.07 

1.41 

1.62 

. 19 

.56 

3.02 

13.70 

1.05 

4.92 

1.19 










20 


,: ::: 
















23 


.is 


.30 


.15 
.21 


.15 


.06 
.03 
.01 




.06 
.04 
.01 


.05 

.05 




.08 


24 


.25 


0.09 




25 






26 














28 




.30 

.30 


.05 
.05 


.05 
.05 










.08 


29 




.02 




.02 






30 










31 


•• 


.20 

.10 


.05 
.01 


.09 


.06 

.01 


'. 05 




32 


.06 1 


.05 


." 


33 








1-24 | .90 


1.18 


1.22 


59.23 ! 


.54 | 


.19 


.51 


.49 


1.60 


.85 




15.23 | l..»i 


13.40 


7.11 


liVf. 1 ■: 


3. (is 


1.52 


3.48 


19.71 


41.49 | 


23.67 





210 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whik 

RATIOS PEE 1,000. i 





Agent. 






Total United States Army. 






Office 
classid- 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 
men, 

Ameri- 
can 

troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 
troops. 


American 


1 

1 

Total J 
native I 
troops. ' 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


1 


Agent calming injury {excluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 


0.01 
.06 
.12 
.08 

.28 


0.01 
.06 
.12 
.08 

.28 


0.00 
.04 
.00 
.01 

.12 


0.01 

.05 
.13 
.08 
.19 


0.02 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.16 


0.01 
.06 
.13 

.08 
.29 


1 


2 


Pistol ball 


,■ 


3 


Rifle ball 




4 




6.081 


5 




.031 


6 






7 




.05 
.11 
.12 
.14 
.02 
.11 
.05 
.00 
.10 
.01 
.34 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.90 


.05 
.11 
.12 
.15 
.02 
.11 
.05 
.00 
.10 
.01 
.34 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.91 


.24 

.10 

.17 

.a? 

.02 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.03 


.04 
11 
.13 
.14 
.02 
.11 
.06 


.00 
.03 
.00 
.13 
.00 
.08 
.01 


.04 
.11 
.12 
.15 
.02 
.11 
.06 




8 




.06 


9 






10 




.raf 


11 






12 






13 




$ 


14 






13 




.10 

.01 
.34 

.01 
.02 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.XI) 


.09 
.01 
.20 
.00 
.01 
.03 


.10 
.01 
.34 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.93 




16 






.22 


17 


Falls 


.39 


18 




19 






.or 


20 








_'l 








22 






.02 

.1)0 
.01 




L'l 




.02 




25 






26 






* 


27 




.35 


.65 


.33f 




Total 






2.55 


2.57 


1.61 


2 44 


1.74 


2.62 


.7 






I 



DISCHARGES FOR DISABILITY OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN IN COUNTRY. 



211 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dee. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PEE 1,000. 



United 


States Army in United States (including - 
Enlisted men. 


Llasfca). 


United States Airny in Europe 


excluding Russia). 










Enlisted men 
















Total 








Total 












ollicers 








oflieers 




















Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Ollicers. 








and 
enlisted 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.01 
.04 


0.01 
.04 


0.03 
.08 


0.01 
.04 


0.01 

.1)4 




0.02 
.08 


0.01 
0.07 


0.02 
.OS 


II. 02 
.08 


1 


0.03 


2 


.01 
.01 


.11 
.00 


.11 
.10 


.11 

.1)9 


.11 
.09 




.15 

.07 


.08 

.10 


.15 
.07 


.11 

.07 


3 


.01 


4 


.OS 


.IS 


.10 


.IS 


.17 


.14 


.19 


.15 


.25 


.25 





.14 

.05 


.1)4 
.11 


.00 

.05 


.04 
.10 


.04 
.10 


.43 
.19 


.04 
.13 




.01 
.13 


.05 

.13 




01 


8 


.10 
.03 


.OS 
.13 




.117 
.13 


.07 
.13 


.31 

.OS 


.21 
.17 


.01 
.16 


.20 
.18 


.20 
.18 


9 


.12 


in 


.02 
.02 


03 

.07 




.03 

.00 


.03 
.00 


.01 

.11 


.01 
.IS 


.01 
.14 


.01 
.IS 


.01 
.18 


11 


.02 


12 


.01 


.07 


.00 


.00 


.06 


.03 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.05 


13 












.01 

.09 






.00 
.11 


14 




.10 


.09 


.10 


.09 


.10 


.11 


.11 


15 




.00 
.30 




.00 
.30 


.(K) 
.30 




.01 
.41 


.02 
.24 


.1)1 
.41) 


.1)1 
.41 


16 


.31 


.19 


.50 


17 




.00 
.02 

.01 
.01 
■ IK) 
.01 
.00 
.011 
1.03 


.00 
.02 
.1)0 


.IK) 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
1.01 


.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.1)1 
.00 
.00 
.90 




.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.111 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.06 




.01 
.02 
.01 

.Oil 

.1)1 

.11-' 

.00 

.mi 
.69 


.01 
.02 
.ill 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.68 


18 






.111 
.02 


19 






20 






21 




.02 




.03 

.01 
.01 


22 


.02 



.01 


24 


.IK) 


25 






26 


.25 


. 72 


.49 


.64 


27 


1.09 
l 


2.44 


1.81 


2.39 


2.32 


2.40 


2.52 


1.81 


2.61 . 


2.61 1 





3553—25 15 



/ 



212 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



' 



Table 51. — Discharges for disability, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white,' 



RATIOS PEE 1,000. 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 



Agent. 



Agent causing injury (excluding battle injvrici). 
(The following arc included above.) 



1 Knife 

2 Pistol ball. 

3 Hide ball . 



American troops in other 



Philippine Islands. 



Officers, 

other 
countries 



White. 



Colored. 



veles 



4 Cutting and piecing instruments (others). 

5 ' Other military agents 

7 Air machines 

8 Automobiles 
9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
2] 
22 
24 
25 
26 
27 



.60 



Moto 

Railroad accident . . . 

Street car accidents. 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls. 



Splinters 

Machinery 

Excessive cold.. 
Excessive heat. 

Stones 

Hot liq 



piids 



Fire, conflagration excepted . 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



Total. 



Total. 



.60 



1.57 



0.05 



.05 
.05 



.05 
.14 



.19 



DISCHAKGES FOR DISABILITY — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN IN COUNTRY. 



213 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

► RATIOS PER 1,(XX). 



countries (enlisted men 


. 












Native troops (enlisted men). 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other 

countries 

and not 

stated. 


Transports. 


l-'ilipinns. 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 

Kicans. 


Office 
classifi- 
cation. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 












0.07 










1 




0.30 


0.05 
.05 
















2 


0.06 


0. 05 
.20 
.10 


2.32 
.35 
24. 52 
.49 
.28 
.56 
. 77 
.21 
.42 
.14 


0.01 
.03 




0.01 
.04 








3 




0.09 


0. 05 


6Jis 


0.17 


4 




.30 


.05 


5 














7 


.06 
.06 

.06 




.05 
.05 
.05 


.05 
.05 
.10 


.01 




.01 






.17 


8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 












.01 
.01 




.01 
.01 




.08 










.06 

.12 




.05 

.10 














.01 




.01 




















14 


.06 




.05 


.10 


.28 .01 




.01 








15 












16 


.25 




.21 


.31 


1.90 


: 28 .!::::::::::.. 


.23 


.16 


.71 


.08 


17 




is 


.06 




.05 




.07 








.18 




ig 




.07 












20 


















:::::::::::: 


21 








.05 












22 




















24 






















25 






















26 


.43 


.30 


.41 


.20 


26.49 | .19 


.09 


.19 


.27 


. 53 


.34 


27 


1.24 


.90 


LIS 


1.22 


59. 23 


.54 


.19 


.51 


.49 


1.60 


.85 





s 



214 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Taisle 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, ojliccrs and enlisted men, wMte,\ 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS, (i 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
17 
IS 
19a 
19b 
19c 
19d 
19e 
19f 
19s 
19h 
191 
191 
19k 
191 
19m 
1911 
19o 
19p 
20a 
■Jill i 
20c 
22 
23 
24 
25a 
25b 
26 
27 
47 



28a 
28b 
29 
30-35 



Toral of mean annual strengths for the war period . . 



Cause. 



Total United States Army. 



4,128,479 4,092,457 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy 

Erysipelas. 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria. 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid. 

Carrier, meningococcus. 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others). 

Chicken-pox. 

German measles.. 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Mumps. 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute. . 

Trench fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes capsulalus infection. 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Beriberi 

Acute articular rheumatism 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

nat i ve 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



200, 382 



Total 
officers. 



109,374 

000 

194,529 

24,275 

1,877,944 

498, 190 

2,649 

317,050 

10,070,172 

106 

128, 223 

214 

50,499 

98,579 

2,725 

81, 254 

4,405 

31, 534 

211,645 

268, 164 

3,884,147 

10, 084 

5,224 

4,633 

34, 098 

2,664 

156,548 

91,899 

34,114 

4,978 

3 

469 

5, 653 

2 

725 

97,219 

3, 833 

3,631 

3,277 

591, 988 



109,315 

666 

178,312 

23,641 

1,804,477 

498, 144 

2,649 

317, 023 

10.609,400 

141 

125, 693 



II. Tuberculosis. 



37 
38a 

38b 



36 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
.'.la 
51b 
52a 



Tuberculosis of lungs 3, 3S5, 053 

Suspected tuberculosis ] 198,011 

Acute miliary tuberculosis I 12, 743 

Tuberculosis (others) 1 so, 128 

Tuberculosis (all) 3, 775, 935 

III. Venereal diseases. 

Syphilis (all) 1 , 927, 901 

Chancroidal infection I 973, 614 

(lonoeoccus infection '3, 903,303 

Venereal (all) 6, SOt, 818 

IV. General diseases (others). 

Packets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout 

Scurvy 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism) 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



21 , 953 

297,314 

161,509 

,268,188 

1,367 

643 

39, 062 

156,901 

553 

1,031 



56,486 

98, 383 

2,662 

SI, 254 

4,229 

29,780 

209,413 

207, 985 

3, 874, 722 

10,084 

5,224 

4,033 

31,098 

2,664 

155,614 

91,740 

26,137 

4,972 

3 

409 

5,649 

2 

724 

97, 219 

3, 507 

3,0011 

22 

590. 709 



3,364,677 

197, 807 

12,636 

178,797 

3,753,917 



1,914,653 

967, 260 

3,879,174 

6,761,087 



21,764 

297, 174 

160,487 

1,266,276 

1,367 

643 

38, 973 

156,799 

529 

1,031 



3, 599. 527 286, 518 3, 886, 075 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



4,367 

17 

5,406 

266 

12,015 

8,342 

243 

7, 835 

320,025 



8,927 



2,327 

1,163 

40 

1,573 

68 

949 

4,842 

6, 229 

37,713 

548 

353 

3 

2,167 

585 

2,325 

800 

1,900 

144 

3 



40 



767 
61 



22 
12,152 



97,104 

634 

155,683 

17,297 

1,723,795 

472, 967 

2,158 

285, 080 

9,064,003 

141 

90. 501 



19, 138 

91,147 

2,452 

69, 146 

3,759 

21,755 

198, 084 

230, 45.8 

3,020,897 

8,605 

4,088 

4,430 

26, 524 

2, 058 

129, 713 

86, 132 

20, 098 

4,150 



Colored. 



3,904 

15 

15,299 

6,029 

106,551 

4,369 

218 

4,863 

919, 520 



Color 

not 
stated. 



6,248 



3,393 

2,127 

156 

9,054 

351 

6,420 

4,930 

22,956 

056,383 

208 

39 

184 

131 



23, 277 

4,618 

3, 323 

360 



389 

5, 005 

2 

690 

85,200 

2,550 

3,194 



530, 309 



223,385 2,757,824 

9, 146 154, 703 

67 7,345 

6,733 138,326 

239,331 |3,058,258 



35,835 11,338,950 

9,200 690,335 

60,922 ,3,179,595 

105,957 5,208,880 



206 



32 

8, 12s 
867 
406 



3,910 



1,924 

49 

22, 116 

12,466 

30 

19, 245 

305, 858 



10, 957 



1,328 

4,126 

14 

1,481 

51 

656 

957 

8,342 

159, 729 

723 

111 

10 

5,276 

21 

299 

190 

210 

312 



Total. 



104,948 

649 

172,906 

23,375 

1. 852, 462 

489, 802 

2,406 

309, 188 

10,289,381 

141 

116,766 



54, 159 

97,400 

2,022 

79, 681 

4,161 

28,831 

204,571 

261,756 

3.837,009 

9, 536 

4,871 

4,630 

31,931 

2,079 

153,289 

1)0,940 

24, 231 

4,828 



25 
398 



2 

3,124 

23 



392 

5,354 

6,221 

43,763 

154 



23 



20,515 

272, 525 

142,611 

1,074,996 

1,001 

621 

30, 875 

147,754 

529 

824 



35, 153 



368, 531 

29, 715 

4,969 

32,305 

435, 520 



502, 437 

252, 127 

568, 860 

1,323,424 



660 

10,813 

9, 577 

125, 749 

150 

9 

2, 236 

3,223 



L84 



13,095 



14, 937 

4,183 

255 

1,433 

20, 808 



37,411 

15, 598 

69, 797 

122,826 



197 

8,482 

2,078 

21,768 

62 

13 

409 

1,234 



469 

5,609 

2 

724 

96,452 

3,440 

3,000 



578, 557 



3,141,292 

188,661 

12,569 

172,064 

3,514,586 



1,878,818 
958,060 
818,252 

6,655,130 



21,372 

291,820 

154,266 

1,222,513 

1,213 

643 

33,520 

152,211 

529 

1,008 



Total 
native 
troops. 



178 

1,754 

2, 232 

179 

9.425 



1 



934 
159 

7,977 
6 



326 

31 

3,255 

1,279 



20, 376 

204 

107 

1,331 

22,018 



13,248 ' 

6,351 . 

24,129 *: 

43, 731 ' 



189 

140 

1,022 

1,912 



102 
21 



a In some instances days lost have been wrongly charged to troops or localities for which no admissions or too few admissions are shown in : 
other tables. This was due to clerical error which it is not now practicable to correct. The number of days lost so involved is 5,995 distributed . 
throughout the table in small numbers. The total number of days lost is not affected by the error in question. 

l> includes total strength for "Other countries and not stated." 

Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND F.XLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY, 



215 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in 


United Sta 


es (inclndin 


g Alaska). 


United States 


Army in Europe (excluding Russia) 


1,065,796 




1 
124,266 


1,965,297 


145, 820 


2,111,123 


2,235,389 

Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 

28,587 

310 

130,673 

21,890 

1,600,798 

382,628 

2,105 

144,452 

6, 146, 574 


73,728 


1,469,056 


122,412 




1,592,068 






Inter- 


Officers. 


Enlisted men. 


Officers. 




Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 
stated. 


Total. 


No. 


1, 132 

17 

3,944 

193 

9,511 

6,547 

170 

4,182 

175, 136 


25,020 

288 

115,181 

15, 803 

1, 503, 341 

372,267 

1,739 

137,309 

5, 432, 361 


2, 435 

11,548 

5,894 

87, 946 

3,814 

196 

2,901 

539,077 


27,455 

293 

126, 729 

21,097 

1,591,287 

376, 081 

1,935 

140, 270 

5,971,438 


2,844 


6S, 407 

115 

15,930 

914 

189, 822 

92,352 

380 

143, 552 

3,488,602 


1,469 

10 

1,749 

119 

16,017 

484 

22 

1,923 

367, 277 


3,929 


73,805 

125 

19, 581 

1,082 

227,661 

105,208 

438 

164, 537 

4,158,372 


76,649 

125 

20,477 

1,110 

229,745 

100, S77 

511 

168, 100 

4,296,815 


1 
2 


896 

28 ■ 

2,084 

1,669 

73 

3,563 

138,443 


1,902 

49 

21,822 

12,372 

30 

19,002 

302,493 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
12 


4,421 


31,062 


3,313 


34,373 


38,796 


4,245 


61,146 


2,190 


10,088 


74,030 


78,275 


14 

17 


1,850 
665 


37, 021 

49, 235 

1,962 

52,888 

2.002 

17,012 

188,378 

132,377 

1,877. 193 

1,332 

371 

2,720 

025 

387 

121,528 

83,521 

9,984 

2, 184 


2,206 
1,264 

156 

6,551 

327 

3,723 

4,616 

15, 159 

374,901 

74 


39, 227 

50, 499 

2,118 

59, 439 

2,329 

20, 735 

192,994 

147,536 

2,252,097 

1,406 

371 

2,866 

625 

387 

114,413 

88,112 

12,838 

2,305 


41,077 

51,104 

2,118 

60, 737 

2,338 

21,443 

197,330 

150, 38(5 

2, 276, 544 

1,655 

417 

2,869 

674 

443 

116,633 

88,893 

13,975 

2, 367 


458 
498 

40 
275 

59 
221 
380 
3,310 
12,531 
273 
307 


10, S79 

41,624 
453 

13, 229 
1,525 
4,256 
6,998 

94,914 

1,063,930 

7,025 

3,967 

1,552 

25,886 
1,599 
6, 633 
976 
2,476 
1,969 


1,180 
848 


1,314 

4,110 

14 

1,475 

51 

653 

930 

8,301 

157,527 

723 

144 

16 

5, 267 

21 

298 

166 

210 

299 


13,373 

46, 58S 
467 

19, 174 
1,600 
7,361 
8, 125 
110,770 
1,4S8,091 
7,SS2 
4, 150 
1,606 

31,284 
1,620 
7,237 
1,157 
2, 866 
2,507 


13,831 

47,086 

507 

19,449 

1,659 

7,5S2 

8,505 

114,110 

1,501,222 

8, 155 

4,457 

1,006 

33, 402 

2, 125 

7,309 

1,167 

2.894 

2,589 

3 

150 

1,877 


18 
19a 

19b 


1,298 

9 

708 

4,336 

2.850 

24,447 

249 

46 

3 

49 

56 

2. 220 

781 

1, 137 

62 


2,470 

24 

2,452 

197 

7,555 

267, 234 

134 

39 

38 

131 


19c 
19d 
19e 
191 

19g 
19h 
19i 
19j 
19k 


146 


2, IIS 

505 

72 

10 

28 

82 

3 


191 




19m 


22, SS5 
4,581 
2,854 

121 


306 

15 

180 

239 


19n 
19o 
19p 
20a 
20b 




314 
3,490 


5 
206 


319 
3,690 


319 
3,733 


75 
1,476 


50 


25 
398 


150 
1,874 


20c 


37 


3 


22 




23 




357 
3,033 
1,686 
2,396 




357 
3,360 
2, 290 
2,702 


357 

3,383 

2,291 

2,762 

22 

363, 850 

2,636,722 

99,487 

5.29S 

108,361 

2,849,868 

1,345,961 

531,998 

2,867,491 

4, 745, 450 

14, 273 

20, 851 

79,585 

569, 071 

850 

183 

23, 379 

105, 810 

428 

695 




277 

80,601 

750 

768 


32 

7,792 

263 

40 


2 
3,112 

23 


311 

91,505 

1,030 

808 


311 

92,249 

1,096 

808 


24 


23 

1 


327 
604 
366 


744' 

60 


25a 
25b 
26 


22 

7,158 

189,920 

6,362 

17 

4,959 

201,258 

19,445 
2,349 
20, 907 
42,701 

232 

3,788 

4,533 

22,225 

64 






27 


341,997 

2,188,308 
81,475 
4,026 
80,084 

2,359,893 

919,290 
347, 000 

2, 353, 700 

3, 019, 990 

13, 620 

14,645 

69, 586 

487, 887 

636 

183 

18,564 

101, 704 

428 

571 


14,695 

25S.494 

11,650 

1,255 

17,318 

288, 717 

407, 226 

182, 649 

492, 884 

1, 0S2, 759 

421 

2,418 

5, 466 

58, 959 

150 


356,692 

2,416,802 

93, 125 

5,281 

103,402 

2,048,610 

1,326,516 

529, 649 

2, 846, 584 

4, 702, 749 

14,041 

17,063 

75, 052 

540, 846 

7S6 

183 

19, 738 

103, 565 

428 

672 


4,527 

29,831 

2,779 

50 

1,666 

34,326 

15,293 
6,348 
38, 442 
60, OSS 

160 

1,033 

1,574 

21, 150 

70 


ISO, 565 

526,354 

71,49S 

3,119 

48,031 

049, 002 

368, 875 

265, 484 

724, 938 

1, 359, 297 

6,597 

256,890 

37, 219 

507, 703 

305 

430 

11,530 

43, 629 

101 

253 


20,037 

106,411 
18, 027 
3,071 
14,325 

142,434 

90,646 
57,885 
59, 130 
207, 661 

239 

8,363 

3,939 

65,803 


12,684 

14,573 

4, 169 

255 

1,223 

2(1, 220 

30,S43 

15, 201 

68, 982 

121,026 

" 197 

8.4S2 

1,862 

21, 6S9 

62 

13 

409 

1,188 


213, 2S0 

647, 33S 

93,694 

7,045 

63,579 

811,656 

496,364 

338, 570 

853, 050 

; 1, 687, 984 

7,033 

273, 735 

43, 020 

655, 195 

367 

452 

13, 001 

46, 168 

101 

336 


217,813 

677, 169 

96,473 

7,095 

65, 245 

845,982 

511,657 

344,918 

891, 492 

1, 748, 067 

7,193 

274, 768 

44,594 

676, 345 

437 

452 

14,695 

48,511 

101 

336 


47 

28a 
28b 
29 
30-35 

37 

38a 

38b 

36 

39-45 

46 

48a 

48b 


9 
1,062 
1,351 




:i,«41 
2,245 


1,174 
1,861 


1,694 
2, 343 


1 50 
5la 
51b 
52a 


23 


101 




83 





216 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whiteM 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. t 

















American troop 


in other 


Inter- 


Total of moan annual strengths for the war period. . 


8,388 


16,995 


4,456 


21,451 


16,161 


3,319 


19,480 


1 
19,688 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


Cause. 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands, e 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


No. 


White, i 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


1 


I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 


391 








3,305 




3,305 




2 


















566 
45 
420 
126 


5,982 
305 

1,960 
259 


1,889 


7,871 
305 

1,998 
259 


282 




282 


16,867 












38 


2,657 
444 


582 


3,239 
444 


1, 6*) 
46 


















90 
6,446 


82 

7,443 

127 

4,090 




82 

8,773 

127 

4,697 


47 

4,827 




47 

5,898 


206 
20, 257 


10 




1,330 


1,071 


12 




11 




261 


607 


112 




112 


719 


17 






18 




19 


462 

8 




462 
22 


49 




49 


70 






14 




19tl 






36 




36 




19c 















19d 






205 
121 
125 

217 
5,938 




205 
146 
125 
217 
6,963 








9 






20 
126 

39 
735 

26 


25 


60 

1,119 

65 

4,482 


159 

71 

22 

1,623 


219 

1, 190 

87 

6,105 


191 




82 

176 

1, 324 


19g 
19h 








1,025 


19i 




19j 
19k 






























128 


191 














19m 




24 

33 

9 

741 














19n 




189 

118 

7,030 


19 


208 

118 

7,305 


656 
103 

26 




67 


723 
103 
26 


122 
35 
653 


19o 




19p 
20a 




275 








20b 



















20c 


















22 
















23 


















24 










56 




56 




25a 














251) 






66 




66 











26 

















27 




















47 




467 

3,634 

5 


854 

12,384 

132 

20 

1,403 

13,939 

15, 098 
25,062 
37,035 
77, 195 

16 

274 

466 

2,620 

24 


110 
1,713 


964 

14,097 

132 

20 

1,761 

16, 010 

16, 940 
35,468 
49,174 
101,580 

16 

306 

567 

2,855 

24 


272 

8,076 
375 


35 
947 


307 

9,023 
375 


500 

4,988 
124 


2Sa 


11. Tuberculosis. 


281) 




29 








30 35 




108 
3,747 

1,097 

503 

1,573 

3,173 


358 
2,071 

1,842 
10,404 
12,139 
24,385 


364 

8,815 

4,210 

3,485 

17,461 

25,156 


182 
1,129 

1,842 

570 

2,278 

4,690 


546 
9,944 

6, 052 

4,055 

19,739 

29,846 


588 
5,700 

7,446 
10,589 
12,835 
30,870 

21 

101 

648 

1,593 






37 


III. Venereal diseases. 
Syphilis (all) 


38a 




38b 








36 


IV. General diseases (others.) 


39-45 




533 

114 

388 

20 


32 
101 
235 


205 

412 

2,557 

14 




205 

483 

2,691 

14 


46 




71 
134 


48a 




48b 




49 










50 




118 


88 
565 




88 
565 


4 
308 




4 
308 


9 
95 


51a 








Mb 












52a 












i 







c Includes troops in China. 



217 



colored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued, 
f. ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men 


)■ 












Native 


troops (enlisted men). 








14,232 


97,498 


10,535 




108,033 


18,576 


5,615 


11,831 










Inter- 


Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiian!. 


Porto 
Rieans. 

51 


national 
classifi- 
cation 


White, c 


Colored.'' 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


No. 


343 

231 

415 

238 

6,984 

1,237 

10 

919 

59, 383 

14 

2,116 




11 


354 

231 

435 

238 

7,658 

1,331 

10 

1,108 

65, 716 

14 

2,385 


29 






29 


8 




1 










2 


3 


17 


1,026 

37 

17, 391 

6, 362 

23 

2,905 

51,130 


110 

16 

1,557 

71 


5 


1,141 

.53 

IS. 979 

6, 433 

23 

2, 938 

58,927 


9, 120 

587 

1,412 

12 


5 


7, 092 

47 

10, 682 


4 

5 


411 


263 
94 


31 


1,373 
34 


6 

7 








8 


6 
3,364 


183 
2,969 


33 
7,401 




17,750 
25 
1,857 
30 
13 
16 


12 
7,253 




9 


396 


41, 763 


10 
12 




269 


316 


132 




448 


8 
184 


665 


14 






17 


224 
170 




1 
10 


225 
180 


733 

110 

1 

150 


7 
1 


13 


753 

111 

1 

183 




18 








19a 








63 


19b 


879 

18 

140 

823 

1,492 

32, 239 

236 

350 

30 

13 




6 


885 

18 

140 

881 

1,556 

36, 463 

236 

350 

30 

22 


33 








19c 






176 
1,420 

700 

68 

7,330 






19d 






166 

1.159 

1,217 

35, 791 

12 


61 

15 

197 

9,377 


3 


230 

1,174 

1,414 

45, 366 

12 


123 

184 
107 
465 


211 

1,348 

4 

1,630 


19e 


31 
23 

2,220 


27 

41 

2,004 


19f 




19g 


198 


19h 
19i 
















19i 

19k 






















9 
















191 




72 

490 

1,039 

47 

3 






72 

490 

1, 050 

60 

3 








19m 


95 
340 
482 




1 
24 


96 
365 
483 

13 






275 

100 

4,805 

6 


91 
10 

122 


568 

49 

2,990 


19n 


1 
1 


11 
13 




19o 




19p 




13 




20a 














20b 

























20c 


25 






2.5 


14 
2 






14 
2 






4 


22 














23 














1 






24 


1,518 


y 


12 


1, 539 


48 
54 
14 






48 
54 
14 






25a 






323 


3 




25b 


16 






16 






31 

2, 759 
518 

6,293 
98 


26 












473 
761 

9,579 

101 

107 

767 

10,554 

4,278 
2,984 
10,206 
17,468 

745 
594 


23 


27 


2,678 

9,637 

750 

128 

955 

11,470 

IS. 040 
35, 056 
2.1,119 
73, 215 

211 

89 

34,027 

9,172 


28 
20 


399 

242 
14 


3,105 

9,899 

764 

130 

1,235 

12, 028 

18, 764 
35, 598 
21,479 
75,841 

211 

89 

34,243 

9,422 


3,443 

8,077 

409 

52 

901 

9, 439 

5,991 

3, 659 

13,507 

23, 157 

50 

321 

253 

3,464 

22 


248 

946 
38 
41 
52 

1,077 

697 

474 

1,842 

3,013 


12 
122 


3,703 

9,145 

447 

93 

953 

10, 638 

6,736 

4,133 

15,391 

26,260 

50 

321 

253 

3,911 

22 


47 


4,504 
5 


28a 
28b 


2 

70 
92 

184 
145 
587 
916 




29 


210 
466 

540 

397 

773 

1,710 




235 
4,744 

989 

185 
4,614 

5, 788 

56 
26 
74 

468 | 


329 
6,720 

7.981 

3,185 

9,309 

20, 475 

22 

32 

203 

850 


30-35 


122 

4S 


37 
3Sa 


42 
90 


38b 

36 








39-45 




216 
37 




46 


213 


405 


42 


48a 
48b 


8 
624 






8 

624 

1,025 








49 






56 

474 


' 


.56 
485 


47 
53 


i 


4^ 
49 
24 


50 


979 




46 


11 






51a 










51b 





















52a 



' Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



218 



MEDICAL AMD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored,', 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. , 





Cause. 


Total United States Army. 


Inter- 
national 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
including 

native 
troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 


American troops. 


Total 
native 
troops. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 


52b 


IV. General disease (others) — Continued. 


1,560 
2,293 
4,620 

41.96S 
2,550 
4,648 

l'J, 62S 
2, 875 

1,187 

5, 255 

175,636 

109,541 

53,631 

53,862 

3,247 

6,031 
16,056 

9, 229 

8,487 
24,287 
19,616 
15,653 

4,986 

38,462 

269, 927 

3,540 

301 , 321 

73,000 

25, 769 

144,064 

143,622 

9,707 

257,526 

53,131 

188,977 

3,176 

83,487 

25,080 

193,052 

259, 426 

7,130 

525, 956 

33, 121 
288, 628 

21,045 
170,779 
192,866 

87, 802 

38, ISO 

17,019 

21,151 

11,452 

14,351 

4,331 

9,741 

69,306 

171,600 

15,974 

18,813 

3,740 

17,433 

57,145 

88,457 

18,462 

1,611 

6,268 

22,356 

124 

[ 79, 097 


1,560 

2,282 

4,617 

41,968 

2,461 ' 

4,629 

18,919 

2, 875 

1,187 

5,218 

174,815 

109, 109 

53, 566 

53, 862 

3, 194 

6,031 
16,051 

9, 229 

8,475 
23, 978 
19, 460 
15,577 

4,986 
37, 60-1 
268, 926 

3,539 

300, 804 

73, 000 

25, 751 

141,008 

143,620 

9, 627 

256, 712 

02, 805 

187, 960 

3,176 

S3, 294 

25, 980 
192, 903 
208,349 
7,069 
522, 967 

33, 076 
288, 388 

21,038 
170,676 
192,077 

87, 722 

38,115 

17,019 

21, 136 

11,452 

14,277 

4,286 

9,715 

67, 823 

169, 307 

15, 556 

18, 745 

3,725 

17,410 

57,016 

87, 790 

18,420 

1,611 

6,176 

22,218 

99 

78, 642 


86 
194 
512 
943 

269 
30 

939 


1,437 

2,020 

3,646 

39,079 

2, 107 

4,211 

16,958 

2,853 

1,187 

4,959 

145,732 

91,599 

48,688 

48,221 

2,730 

5,322 
13,810 

7,417 

7, 539 
21,834 
15,219 
13,203 

4,015 
32,908 
226,629 

3,016 

248,395 

66,897 

22,673 

127,664 

126,921 

9,310 

225,867 

43,074 

155,303 

2,975 

59, 194 

20,529 

180,236 

223,831 

6,317 

475,482 

26,715 
252, 737 

18,823 
145,103 
162,356 

80,414 

35, 573 

15, 566 

19,213 

10,062 

13,080 

3,058 

8,490 

64,724 

143,195 

13,034 

16,614 

3,374 

14,247 

43,906 

69,883 

15,590 

1,573 

5, (>ss 

19, 798 

53 

66, 186 


30 
68 

459 

1,059 

85 

82 

648 
11 


7 


1,474 

2,088 
4,100 

2,192 

4,599 

17.9S0 

2,875 ' 

1,187 

5,183 

171,145 

104,437 

50,238 

52,771 

3,183 

5,418 
15,858 

8,401 

8,194 
23,172 
18,021 
14,613 

4,598 
36,061 
266, 682 

3,474 

262,587 

72,728 

21,029 

141,439 

133, 852 

9, 624 

247,246 

49,959 

168,368 

3,135 

65, 444 

23,010 
188,260 
257, 722 
7,068 
517,275 

27,443 
266,516 

19,893 
157, 49S 
182,616 

So, 622 

37,178 

16,659 

20,798 

10, 987 

13,926 

4,276 

9,444 

67, 067 

164,695 

14,911 

18,439 

3,725 

16,364 

53,52S 

81,513 

16,669 

1,611 

5,662 

21,396 

99 

75, 192 




53a 




11 
3 

89 
19 
709 


53b 






116 


887 


53c 


276 

374 

11 


:,i 


Hemophilia 


55b 










35 

3,670 
4,972 
3,328 
1,091 
11 

613 

193 

778 

281 

806 

1,439 

964 

388 

1,593 

2,244 

65 

3S.217 

272 

1,722 

2,619 

9,768 
3 
9,466 
2,896 
19, 592 
41 
17,850 

2,970 
4,643 
627 
1 
5,692 
5,633 

21,872 
1,145 

13,178 
9,461 

2,100 
937 
360 
338 
465 
351 
10 
271 
756 

4,612 
645 
306 


76 

13,183 

8,399 

1,034 

4,435 

352 

5 
1,389 
1,012 

644 

916 
2,530 
1,114 

409 
2, 094 
34,137 

458 
7,412 
5,541 
1,214 
9,255 

905 

156 

17,361 

5,378 

9. 358 

160 

4,538 

2,212 

6,021 

32,278 

660 

38,614 

185 

9,465 

502 

10, 568 

16,1% 

3,420 
1,183 

691 
1,122 

421 

642 
1,190 

690 

1,753 

16,050 

1,552 

1,682 

243 

1,780 

8,381 

12, 589 

903 
38 

496 

1,190 

34 

7,598 


148 
12,230 
4,439 
516 
115 
101 

91 

659 

22 

11 

422 

272 

296 

174 

559 

5,916 


37 
821 
132 

65 


55d 


Muscular rheumatism 


06a 
56b 


Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 


57 •".'.» 
60 


V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 


53 


61 




5 


62 




63a 
63b 


Multiple sclerosis 


12 

309 
156 

76 


64 

rttia 


Apoplexy 

Paraplegia 


I'.I'.C 


Mis 

1,001 

1 

517 


69 




74a 




7lh 
71c 


Neurasthenia 


6,780 
290 
142 

4,520 

6,023 
158 
4,018 
1,507 
3,657 


71il 




18 
ti 

2 

SO 

814 

276 

1,017 


7!e 
T If 


Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of 
the heart). 


72 
7:ta 
73l> 
73c 


( ' horea 

Hysteria and results ( psychoses excepted) 


73(1 




74K 
67 


VI. Mental alienation. 


1,712 

269 

2,003 

1,613 

91 

3,179 

543 
4,314 

568 
1,827 
4,064 

1,788 
422 
399 
463 
504 
204 
28 
264 
590 

5, 450 
325 
143 
108 
337 

1,241 

2,041 
176 


193 


6Sa 

6SI1 
68C 


Constitutional psychopathic states 

Mental deficiency 


149 
1,077 
61 
2,989 
45 
240 

103 

789 

801 
65 


68d 




6Sc 




681 




68R 




6sh 




6Si 






VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 














15 






7.">li 




74 

26 
1,483' 
2,293 
418 
68 
15 
23 
129 
667 
42 














7jf 
















Ifl 




1,046 
3,488 
3,277 
1,751 




7.i 1 




70 n 




75o 
75p 
75. j 
75r 


Eyelids, diseases of 


514 
822 


78 

408 

12 

1,408 


92 
138 
25 


3, 450 


455 



DAYS LOST — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MES BY COUNTRY. 



219 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. • >'/, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in 1'iiited States (including Alaska) 





Enlisted men 




Officers. 










White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




793 
1,107 


24 
19 


817 

1, 120 


129 


473 


1,924 


297 


2,221 


426 


26,111) 


630 


20. 740 


257 


1,500 


42 


1.512 


30 


2, 004 


49 


2, 053 


388 


10,260 


386 


10,646 




1, 564 
938 

2.S9I 


6 


1,570 




938 


35 


58 


2,952 


1,639 


69, 306 


6, 028 


75, 334 


2,097 


(5,388 


3, 224 


-18,612 


862 


25, 902 


489 


20.391 


733 


44,686 


4,210 


48, S96 


4 


2,012 


234 


2,246 


90 


2,229 




2,229 


122 


6,277 


320 


(>, 597 


518 


4.4S7 


567 


5, 054 


229 


5,959 


lilt 


6, 603 


394 


14, 505 


605 


15,110 


822 


9,618 


2, 332 


11,950 


376 


6,104 


604 


6, 70S 


308 


2,861 


358 


3,219 


769 


20,427 


1,877 


22, 304 


1,443 


147, 105 


23, S54 


170, 959 




2,118 
131,007 


352 


2, 470 


19, 470 


4, 584 


135.591 


68 


53, 207 


3, 526 


56, 733 


836 


13,323 


1,053 


14,376 


598 


41,570 


2, 693 


4 1, 263 


882 


3,063 


19 


3, 082 


3 


7, 355 


156 


7, 511 


::,ss:i 


110, 120 


11,098 


121,224 


1,357 


24, 422 


3,491 


27, 916 


11,110 


78,510 


■1. 589 


83,099 


1 


2,042 


160 


2, 202 


13,955 


35, 1S3 


2, 218 


37,401 


2,451 


12,679 


1,473 


14, 152 


2, 798 


99, 703 


3, 9S4 


103, 6S7 


74 


130,499 


19, 451 


149,950 




4,519 
314,278 


462 


4,981 
336, 529 


3, 634 


22, 251 


3,540 


14,028 


77 


14, 105 


6,235 


84, 962 


5, 093 


90, 055 


554 


10,378 


230 


10,608 


6,284 


91,2-19 


6, 173 


97, 422 


4,130 


01,855 


6,215 


68, 070 


672 


26, 155 


1,202 


27, 357 


228 


12,399 


398 


12,797 


114 


5,124 


135 


5,259 


158 


5,529 


394 


5, 923 


174 


3, 103 


275 


3,378 


123 


8,295 


391 


8, 686 


3 


1,229 


665 


1,894 


80 


3,672 


258 


3, 930 


712 


46, 290 


1,075 


(7, 365 


2, 553 


80, 439 


8,724 


89, 103 


454 


8,645 


850 


9, 495 


135 


9,040 


878 


9,91S 




2, 137 


93 




763 


5,833 


862 


6, 695 


1, 831 


25, 236 


4,826 


30, 062 


2,030 


36, 355 


5, 586 


41,941 


1,386 


8,978 


787 


9,765 




811 


16 




325 


3,232 


370 


3,602 


678 


10, 599 


632 


11,231 




16 

34,225 






i,688 


3,949 


38, 174 



' Alaska). 


1 


nited States 


Army in Europe (excluding Russia) 










Enlisted men. 






Total 












Total 










officers 












oiliecrs 


and 


Officers. 






Color 
not 




and 


enlist ed 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 


men. 








stated. 




men. 


817 


86 


609 


• i 


7 


622 


70S 


1, 255 


39 

508 


911 
1,058 
11,729 


49 
102 
429 




960 
1,820 

13,018 


1,025 


2, 694 




1,859 


27, 166 


860 


13, 526 


1,799 


12 


607 
2,013 






607 
2, 322 


619 




33 


276 


2,322 


11,034 


532 


6,118 


231 


36S 


6,717 


7,249 


1, 570 




1,289 

197 

2,049 


5 




1, 294 
197 

2,215 
91,847 


1,294 


93S 






197 


2,987 




18 


14S 


2, 215 
93, 847 


76, 973 


2, 000 


72,853 


6, 836 


12, 158 


50, 709 


2, 798 


45, 455 


5,070 


4,419 


54, 944 


57, 742 


27, 253 


2, 360 


18, 197 


304 


507 


19,008 


21, 368 


49, 629 


297 


3, 369 


121 


115 


3,605 


3,902 


2, 250 


7 


604 


28 


101 


733 


740 


2,319 


523 


3,093 


5 


S7 


3, 185 


3,708 


6,719 


71 


7,418 


1,054 


659 


9, 131 


9,202 


5,572 


200 


2,595 


445 


12 


3, 052 


3, 252 


6, 832 
15,504 


52 
406 


1, 399 
6,773 




11 
422 


1,410 
7.2S0 


1,462 


85 


7,686 


12,772 


017 


5,066 


95 


272 


5,433 


6,050 


7,084 


588 


6,708 


510 


290 


7,514 


8,102 


3, 527 


57 


965 


51 


174 


1,190 


1,247 


23, 073 


791 


11,807 


576 


542 


12, 925 


13, 716 


172,402 


534 


73, 708 


9,696 


5,736 


89, 140 


89, 674 


2, 470 

i;,;,, ii.il 


51 
17,114 


891 
109, 379 


4 
2,745 




895 

118,S3S 


940 


0,714 


135, 952 


58, 801 


90 


11,400 


1, 235 


290 


12,925 


13, 015 


15,212 


796 


8.S67 


144 


142 


9,153 


9,949 


44, 861 


2,021 


85,511 


6,562 


4,520 


96, 593 


9S.614 


3, 964 


8,874 


123,575 


880 


6,005 


130,406 


139, 340 


7,514 
125, 107 




1, 370 
111,643 




158 
3,997 


1,534 
121,475 


1,534 


5, 179 


5, 835 


126, 954 


29, 273 


1,507 


17,293 


1,763 


1,489 


20, 545 


22,052 


94, 209 


8,181 


73, 434 


4,704 


3, 634 


81,772 


89, 953 


2, 203 
51,350 


40 
3, 788 


308 
22, 762 






308 
20,591 


348 


2,139 


1, 690 


30, 379 


16, 603 


519 


7,674 


725 


269 


8,668 


9,187 


106,485 


1,740 


76, 274 


1,878 


1,918 


80, 070 


81,810 


150, 024 


203 


80, 423 


12, 143 


1, 593 


100, 159 


100, 362 


4, 981 


1 


1,347 


77 


91 


1,515 


1, 516 


340, 163 


1,838 


148,014 


14, 143 


3,179 


165, 336 


167, 174 


17,645 


1,900 


12, 313 


108 


536 


12,957 


14,857 


96, 290 


15, 125 


166, 049 


4,213 


4,314 


174,576 


1S9, 701 


11, 162 


591 


7,659 


272 


568 


8,499 


9,090 


103,706 


6,071 


51,656 


4,187 


1,806 


57,649 


63, 720 


72, 200 


5,207 


98, 072 


9,514 


3,915 


111,501 


116,708 


28, 029 


1,293 


50,949 


2.061 


1,7S8 


54, 798 


56,091 


13, (V25 


579 


21,523 


'763 


422 


22, 708 


23, 287 


5,373 


246 


9,990 


506 


399 


10, 895 


11,141 


6,079 


177 


12,600 


646 


463 


13,709 


13, SS6 


3, 552 


291 


6,836 


146 


504 


7,486 


7,777 


8. 809 


228 


4,474 


251 


189 


4,914 


5,142 


1,897 


7 


1,765 


525 


28 


2,318 


2,325 


4,010 


191 


4,669 


432 


255 


5,356 


5,547 


48, 077 


44 


17,024 


650 


590 


18,864 


18,908 


91,716 


1,979 


5S, 718 


6,929 


5,398 


71,045 


73, 024 


9,959 


143 


3,922 


666 


325 


4,913 


5,056 


10,053 


166 


7,295 


804 


143 


8, 242 


8, 408 


2, 230 




1,140 


150 


108 


1,398 


1,398 
9, 550 


7, 458 


240 


8,074 


918 


318 


9)310 


31,893 


1, 623 


17,276 


3,4S7 


1,240 


22, 003 


23, 626 


43, 971 


1,247 


32, 559 


6,956 


2,041 


41,556 


42. 803 


11,151 


365 


5,822 


116 


176 


6,114 


6,479 


827 
3,927 




532 
1,662 


20 
126 




552 
1,866 


552 


189 


78 


2,055 


11,909 


142 


8,309 


526 


403 


9,238 


9,380 


10 




37 


34 


12 


83 


83 
37.001 


39, 862 


1,603 


30,387 


3,603 


1,408 


35,398 



Inter- 
national 
classifl- 



No. 



52b 
53a 
531, 
88 
110 
53e 
54 
55a 
55b 
55i ' 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



60 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

66b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



67 

68a 
68b 
6Se 
68d 
68e 
68f 
68g 
I'.Stl 

6Si 



75a 

75a(l) 

75a(2) 

75a(3) 

"5a(4) 

75b 

75c 

75d 

75e 

75f 

75k 

75h 

75i 

75 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

75o 

75p 

75q 

75r 



3553—2:; 



220 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lout, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored, 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 





Cause. 












American troops in other 


• 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


I'hilippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


52b 


IV. Gerund diseases (others)— Continued. 


















' 


















2 
64 
171 




Mb 




















88 




9 


268 




268 


246 




246 




116 










53c 






11 
146 




11 

177 










' 


54 




19 


31 


2 




2 


24S 












55b 


Obesit v 


















55c 





















55d 




31 
77 
106 
61 


575 


124 
14 
73 
77 
90 


699 

14 

1,470 

137 

154 


474 

168 

644 

14 

7 


65 
38 
157 


539 

206 

801 

14 

7 


362 

81 
586 
22 
18 














1,397 
60 
64 




56b 






57-59 






' 


60 


V. Nervous system, diseases ot (all). 






i 


61 






21 

248 

8 

84 

98 

14 

173 

289 

1,305 




21 

248 

8 

310 

201 

14 

173 

289 

1,555 








12 




62 




60 












63a 
















63b 




6 


226 
103 


136 
100 




136 
100 


143 
103 

9 




64 






1 


66a 










66b 




23 

33 

267 

14 

1,633 

114 

90 












66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 






48 
838 


36 


84 

838 

102 

348 

1,504 

16 


76 
293 






250 






102 






2,059 

336 

5 

43 


60 
610 


2,119 

946 

5 

43 


348 

1.334 

16 


3,721 
175 
424 

87 






170 




74(1 






74c 


Xeuro-circnlatory asthenia (disordered action of 
the heart). 








74 f 


12 












72 




366 
409 
500 
37 




366 
596 
575 
95 








46 
568 
152 
583 
379 
476 

107 
536 
317 
115 
2,951 


l 


73a 




104 

32 

301 


187 
75 
58 


566 

156 

234 

83 

ISO 

39 

738 

1,177 

75 
2,116 

28 
335 

53 
261 
290 

420 
321 

61 
38 


204 

35 

5 


770 
191 
239 
83 
196 

39 

738 

1,575 

105 

2,219 

28 
335 

53 
307 
608 

470 
328 
104 
38 




73b 




' 


73c 






73(1 






74g 
67 




107 


208 


115 


323 


16 




VI. .\feutal alienation. 


) 






105 
350 


533 

1,027 

147 

3,246 

15 

353 

44 

351 

339 

615 
136 
141 
303 
35 
72 


159 

180 

87 

1,808 


692 

1,207 

234 

5,054 

15 

492 

44 

513 

475 

633 
136 
151 
311 
35 
72 




68b 




398 
30 
103 




68c 






68(1 




220 
193 
512 












139 




212 
315 
292 
764 

169 
100 
69 




68g 
68h 








823 
124 

135 
130 


162 
136 

18 


46 
318 

50 

7 

43 




68i 






75a 


VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases of. 


i 


75a 

75a 

75a 

75a 

75b 

75c 

75d 

75e 

75f 

75g 

75h 

75i 

75j 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

750 

75p 

75q 

75r 








10 

8 






5 






















:::::::::: 










33 

8 

55 

810 

20 

28 




33 

8 

55 

892 

20 

28 


n 

4 
137 








120 
259 
490 
151 
67 




120 
287 
701 
187 
67 










28 
211 
36 








80 

38 

5 


82 


735 




114 
33 


i 


















43 

34 


6 
422 
106 
40 




6 
431 
127 

40 


82 
174 
242 
438 
50 
35 
388 




82 
225 
268 
438 
50 
35 
391 


19 

219 
249 
186 
180 
60 
90 






9 
21 


51 
26 






















I 






69 

84 




69 
109 








J 


25 


3 










159 


587 


'"is" 


599 


497 


29 


526 


46 





DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



221 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 


Native 


troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 




Hawaiians 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
nal ional 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored . 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


Filirtinos 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


33 






33 


2 






2 








52b 














11 


53i 


















3 


53b 


467 






467 


88 




27 


115 
43 
3 

108 












43 


86 
107 





3 

19 

602 




210 
79 






210 

85 
11 

1 


3 

108 




53c 




6 
11 
















1 




51 
16 
467 
72 
56 
70 
19 






51 
16 
590 
121 
56 
71 
19 




















37 
36 
102 
35 




55c 


1,695 

435 

1,906 


i 

4 

11 

26 


72 

20 

9 


1,892 

459 

1,808 

26 

6 

4 

44 


123 

49 




.543 
29 
9 


242 

1 
2. 


55d 




55e 






1 




56b 


6 






31 




22 


57-59 




4 










44 




38 

87 
42 


15 




53 
97 
42 




5 




61 






10 






62 


131 

193 
226 
368 






131 

193 
226 
368 




12 
113 
51 
62 






63» 










42 
25 


154 

HO 
14 








8 






8 


















16 

172 

2,042 

7 

863 

181 

22 

130 

39 

167 

1,007 

228 

420 

49 
251 

30 
537 
781 

31 
2,353 

35 
451 I 
129 
500 
797 

111 

73 

5 

33 






16 
284 
2,279 
7 
893 
181 
39 
130 

57 
167 
1, 057 
239 
422 
49 
318 

44 

572 
794 

33 
2,662 

35 
471 
129 
500 
877 

185 

73 

5 

107 






89 
1,336 




10 
173 


99 
1,616 


105 
230 


7 
7 


527 

122 

1 

73 




281 
790 




107 


89 


69 


1,018 

264 

16 

323 

247 


2 


57 


1,077 

264 

16 

323 

247 


21 


9 


121 


323 


74b 
74c 






17 








IS 
6 


74d 












74e 








18 


2 




74 f 








32 
47 

28 
69 


48 

709 
162 

720 


72 


1,548 
323 

2,135 
114 
134 




8 
18 
23 


1,556 
341 

2,1.58 
114 
139 


37 

11 

2 


13 


58 

86 

228 






73b 






73? 






73d 


2 


3 


48 
14 


19 


104 


28 


i;i 


74g 

67 


1,915 

3,607 

83 

2,521 

296 

375 

245 

794 

239 

1,995 
1,021 
176 
710 
88 i 
239 J 




50 
20 


1,965 

3,720 

85 

2,521 

303 

375 

245 

815 

321 

2,010 

1,036 

176 

710 

88 

254 


35 


77 

255 

8 

1,440 

45 




72 

458 

53 

1,335 


68a 


93 
2 


13 

2 

309 


364 


68b 




68c 






2i4 






7 




68e 




20 






240 


68f 








7" 




68(1 
68h 




21 
82 








103 
681 

6 




13 

74 


67 


38 

74 
65 


70 




15 
15 


75a 








75a(l) 
75a(2) 
75a(3) 
75a(4) 














74 




9 i 




6 












15 












74 
10 






20 

17 i 
147 
839 1 
122 

46 

30 
155 
419 
126 

67 






20 
26 
147 
943 
122 
46 
30 
164 
424 
126 
67 
2 




35 
3 

24 
664 
105 

20 












9 


23 

1.351 

1.366 

300 

48 


75d 


212 
1,164 

60 
105 

67 

78 
160 
246 

59 






212 
1,216 

60 
105 

67 

88 
164 
246 

59 




108 

263 

13 






52 


104 




75f 






75c 
75h 


















15 


75i 




10 
1 




9 




23 
118 
230 

22 




3 


5 




11 
333 

3 


75k 




104 
17 


751 
















2 






30 

273 






30 
278 










92 
53 
25 
251 


750 
75p 

75q 
75 r 




5 


55 


4 




59 


75 


10 






235 , 






235 


209 ; 


5 




214 


54 1 


150 1 



222 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 



ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Total United States Army. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



Total 
officers 

and 

enlisted 

men. 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



Total 
officers. 



76a 
76b 
76c 
76(1 
76e 



86b 
86c 
86d 
86e 
861 
86g 
SC.h 
86i 



87a 

87b 

100a 

100b 
100c 
lOOd 
lOOe 



77 



79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79e 

80 

81a 

sib 

81c 

81d 

82 

K3-1 

83b 
83c 
83d 
84a 
84b 
8.5a 
85b 
85c 
sod 
85e 
85f 
85g 
85h 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 



VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 915, 138 

Mast oidit is 105, 598 

Otitis externa 13, 616 

Defective hearing (cause not stated) 6,653 

Ear, other diseases of 13, 692 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



IX. Xasalfossse, diseases of 






Adenoids 10, 200 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs i 130, 526 

Nose, external deformity of 424 

Turbinate hvpertrophv 21, 522 

Sinusitis (all) 225, 735 

Polypus, nasal S, 890 

Perforated nasal septum I 779 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 21 1, 309 

Nasal fossa?, other diseases of 131,694 

X. Throat, diseases of. 

Laryngitis, acute catarrhal 200, 821 

Larynx, other diseases of 2, 003 

Tonsillitis, acute 1 , 362, 609 

Tonsillitis, chronic 335, 8.54 

Tonsils, focal infection from 4, 851 

Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal 370, 521 

Pharynx, other diseases of , 105, 659 

XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 

Pericarditis 14, 

Endocarditis, acute 11, 

Valvular diseases of the heart 489, 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 43, 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitralinsufficiency 330, 

(4) Mitral stenosis 67, 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 15, 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 18, 

Cardiac hypertrophy 24, 

Cardiac dilatation 10, 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency loo! 

Heart, other organic diseases of 55! 

Angina pectoris 5, 

Aneurysms , 3, 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension ! 16! 

i: 



913, 60S 
105,451 

13, 399 
6, B51 

13, 001 



10, 196 

130, 329 

400 

21,203 

225,389 

8,838 

768 

210,291 

131, W0 



Aortiti; 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 8, 

Hemorrhoids 623, 

Variocele 243, 

Varicose veins 161, 

Phlebitis 32, 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 322, 



20, 
4; 

90, 

I. 

1 

103. 

9. 

7, 



534 

595 
913 
010 
393 
663 
858 
763 
254 
345 
627 
382 
415 
794 
153 
770 
830 
747 
593 

8S4 

984 
493 
048 
210 
781 
L00 
065 
677 
658 
448 
635 
020 
812 
360 
5S7 



Cardiac arrhythmias. 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of. , 

XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 

Bronchitis 3, 287, 643 

Pneumonia, broncho- <i 1,233, 205 

Pneumonia, lobar 1,845, 75s 

Pleurisy, suppurative 269, 278 

Pleurisy, serofibrinous 232, 855 

Pleura, other diseases of 380, BOfl 

Gangrene of lungs 214 

Ast lima 190, 273 

Pulmonary emphysema 10, 133 

Lungs, other diseases of 27,909 



98 

d Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



27,539 

2,476 

4S3 

461 

817 



632 
13,113 

"2,"io6' 

24, 886 

1,005 

12 

9,997 

3, 2 18 



200, 375 


10, 775 


2,003 


81 


,, 360, 453 


54,349 


335,352 


33, 084 


4,849 


621 


369, 247 


17,985 


105, 491 


10,209 


14,503 


37S 


11,595 


338 


487, 977 


13, 757 


42,822 


1,525 


7,374 


456 


335, 227 


8, 929 


67, 765 


1,099 


15,616 


895 


254 
345 




3 


18, 581 


850 


24, 237 


1,907 


10,408 


1,471 


100, 654 


8,878 


54,831 


1,154 


5,770 


430 


3, 830 


462 


16,639 


4,793 


1,593 


59 


884 


168 


8,984 


1,195 


622, 666 


31,967 


242, 709 


4,541 


160,922 


5,094 


32, 779 


1,827 


100 
317,007 




9,541 


20,666 


1,050 


4,654 


246 


90,434 


2,641 


1,587 


42 


996 


40 


103,640 


2,587 


9,328 


800 


7,456 


233 


3,271,875 


148, 142 


1,230,138 


38,322 


1,839,264 


33, 671 


269,016 


6,024 


231,686 


7,279 


379,713 


12, 135 


214 
187,345 




6,504 


9,979 


662 


27,800 


2,270 



829, 135 

96, 072 

12,147 

5, 507 

11,530 



9,131 

114,578 

400 

16.949 

184:941 

7,273 

717 

1S6.974 

110, 559 



Colored. 



174, 645 

1,654 

1,207,559 

289, 870 

3,707 

315, 451 

90, 492 



12,373 

9, 696 

420, 610 

36,363 

6, 013 

2S9,113 

59, 975 

13,0S1 

247 

317 

15,501 

19, 5S0 

8,122 

80, 264 

47, 032 

4,740 

2,702 

10, 555 

1,001 

534 

7,135 

518, 887 

229,381 

148, 555 

29,235 

85 

247, 130 

17,696 

4,135 

78,431 

1,433 

947 

91,400 

7,669 

6,521 



2,741,358 

966, 145 

1,340,968 

236, 938 

196,518 

310,045 

214 

157, -IS 

8,369 

19, 764 



37, 227 

5, 175 

211 

384 



166 
1,006 



Color 
not 

stated. 



1,207 

11,357 

362 

33 

11,422 

17,273 



292,503 
180, 734 
437, 703 
22,685 
24,389 
46,024 I 



20,118 

679 

1,254 



19, 767 

1,728 

558 

299 

376 



267 
1,632 



887 

4, 205 

198 



9,005 


5,950 


250 


18 


81, 788 


16, 757 


8, 592 


3,806 


418 


103 


19, 898 


15, 913 


2,455 


2,335 


1,518 


234 


1,108 


453 


49, 446 


4,164 


4, 579 


355 


832 


73 


34, 967 


2,218 


6,093 


598 


1,640 








20 


5 


1,315 


915 


2, 465 


285 


607 


208 


10,152 


1,360 


5,S47 


798 


541 


59 


666 




1, 231 


60 


533 




182 




563 


91 


56, 488 


15,324 


5,483 


3,304 


5, 743 


1,530 


1,439 


278 


15 




53, 466 


6,870 


1,742 


178 


223 


50 


7,322 


2,010 


97 


15 


9 




7,702 


1,951 


679 


180 


459 


243 



Total. 



89, 872 
44, 937 
26,922 
3,369 
3,500 
11,509 



2,905 

269 

4,512 



880, 129 
102, 975 

12,916 
6, 190 

12,784 



9,564 


4 


117,216 


197 


400 


24 


19,0-13 


319 


200, 593 


346 


7,833 


52 


756 


11 


200, 294 


1,078 


128,392 


54 


189, 600 


446 


1,922 




1,306,104 


2,156 


302,26s 


502 


4,228 


2 


351,262 


1,274 


95, 2S2 


168 


14, 125 


31 


11,257 




474,220 


i,930 


41,297 


188 


6, 918 


19 


326, 29S 


1,436 


66, 666 


93 


14,721 


147 


247 


7 


342 




17,731 


16 


22, 330 


145 1 


S,937 


71 


91,776 


140 


53, 677 


322 


5,310 




3, 36S 




11,S46 


IMS 


1,534 




716 




7,789 




590, 699 


827 


23s, 16S 


339 


155,828 


288 


30, 952 


2 


100 




307, 466 


5, 05S 


19,616 


11 


4.40S 


4 


87, 793 


14 


1,545 


48 


956 


24 


101,053 


172 


8,528 


32 


7,223 


131 


3,123,733 


15,768 


1,191,816 


3,127 


1, 805, 593 


6,494 


262,992 


262 


224,407 


1,169 


367, 578 


1,096 


214 




180,841 


2,928 


9,317 


154 


25,530 


109 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



223 



Filipino, Porta Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 






Enlisted men 


• 








Enlisted men. 






Inter- 










Total 












Total 


national 




















classifi- 










officers 












officers 


cation 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


No. 


13,318 


433, 342 


15,350 


448, 092 


402,010 


13, 898 


379,281 


20,775 


19,490 


419,555 


433, 453 


70a 


1,159 


00,342 


2,300 


62, 048 


63,807 


1,317 


34,518 


2,818 


1,728 


39, 004 


40, 381 


76b 


347 


7,405 


142 


7,007 


7, 954 


88 


3,557 


54 


558 


4,109 


4,257 


76c 


228 


2,298 


288 


2, 5S0 


2,814 


233 


3,023 


96 


299 


3,418 


3,051 


76d 


435 


0,300 


291 


0,597 


7,032 


374 


4,973 


436 


372 


5,781 


0, 155 


76e 


450 


5,256 


113 


5,369 


5,825 


172 


3,531 


14 


207 


3,812 


3, 984 


86a 


10,480 


85, 154 


494 


85,64S 


96, 134 


2,403 


20,869 


435 


1,593 


28.897 


31,300 


86b 




71 
10, 001 




71 

11,401 


71 
13,093 




290 
4,800 






290 
5,899 


290 
6, 307 


86c 


1,032 


800 


408 


258 


841 


86d 


10, 138 


84,053 


4,355 


88, 408 


98, 540 


14, 339 


97,351 


0, 914 


4, 107 


108,432 


122,771 


86e 


350 


4,763 


241 


5,004 


5,354 


043 


2,422 


120 


198 


2,740 


3,383 


86f 


12 
7,701 


202 
147,247 


39 

7,717 


301 

154, 964 


313 

102,725 




448 
36, 485 






448 
41,715 


448 
43, 093 


,S0g 

soli 


1,978 


3,389 


1,841 


2,932 


105,741 


10, 981 


122, 722 


125, 054 


303 


4,007 


270 


520 


5,397 


5,700 


86i 


5,257 


80,345 


4,106 


84,451 


89, 70S 


5,391 


91,064 


4,799 


5,923 


101,780 


107, 177 


87a 


5 


863 


127 


990 


995 


76 


580 


123 


18 


721 


797 


87b 


37, 922 


891,728 


56, 551 


948, 279 


980, 201 


15,450 


284,337 


23,073 


10,414 


325,824 


339,274 


100a 


20, 028 


218,479 


0, 038 


224,517 


251,145 


0,189 


05,704 


2,212 


3,733 


71,709 


77, 898 


100b 


570 


3, 132 


397 


3,529 


4,105 


45 


489 


21 


103 


613 


658 


100c 


12,320 


233, 589 


15,031 


248, 020 


2li0, 940 


5,210 


77, 148 


4,527 


15,085 


97,360 


102,570 


lOOd 


4,812 


40, 429 


1,173 


41,002 


40,414 


5,274 


47, 758 


1,225 


2,320 


51,309 


56,583 


1003 


104 


7,986 


913 


8,899 


9,003 


274 


4,172 


605 


234 


5,011 


5,285 


77 


117 


0,567 


596 


7,163 


7,280 


221 


2,958 


495 


453 


3,906 


4, 127 


78 


6, 435 


209, 595 


29,770 


299,305 


305,800 


0, 739 


140, 258 


19,410 


4,143 


163,811 


170, 550 


79a 


798 


25, 128 


2, 833 


27, 901 


28, 759 


727 


10,378 


1,599 


355 


12,332 


13,059 


79a(l) 


105 


4,195 


645 


4,840 


4,945 


351 


1,705 


187 


73 


1,965 


2,316 


79a(2) 


4,197 


183,332 


20, 198 


203,530 


207,727 


4,205 


97, 828 


14,050 


2, 206 


114,684 


118,949 


79a(3) 


447 


42, 592 


4, 553 


47, 145 


47,592 


592 


10,321 


1,540 


598 


18, 459 


19, 051 


79a(4) 


054 


8,361 
193 
255 

5, 539 


1,227 


9,588 
193 
275 

5,833 


10, 242 

193 

278 

0,004 


241 


4,444 


413 




4,857 


5,098 


79a(5) 




79a(0) 
79a(7) 
79a(8) 


3 
231 


20 
294 




00 
9,522 




5 
900 


65 

11,449 


05 
12,012 


503 


1,021 


1,159 


14,023 


1,332 


15, 355 


16,514 


748 


5,303 


1,109 


285 


0.097 


7, 445 


79b 


1,082 


0,00S 


477 


0, 485 


7,567 


371 


2,023 


129 


208 


2,300 


2, 731 


79c 


4,575 


51,880 


5,950 


57, 842 


62,417 


4,008 


20,900 


3,877 


1,359 


32, 130 


36, 144 


79d 


570 


30, 800 


3,232 


34, 098 


34, 674 


578 


14,900 


2,541 


738 


18,179 


18,757 


79e 


200 


3,089 


416 


3,505 


3,705 


228 


1,000 


118 


59 


1,783 


2,011 


80 


90 


2,040 


555 


2,595 


2, 085 


372 


050 


103 




753 


1,125 


Sla 


3,480 


7,244 


1,002 


8,240 


11,732 


1, 207 


2,824 


229 


00 


3,113 


4,380 


81b 




010 


404 


1,014 


1,014 


59 


391 


129 




520 


579 


81c 




288 
4,429 


182 
328 


470 
4,757 


470 
5,821 


135 

113 


152 
2, 652 






152 

2,970 


287 
3,089 


81d 


1,004 


233 


91 


82 


18,920 


230, 750 


29, 901 


200,711 


279,6111 


12,535 


279, 279 


25,358 


15,085 


319,722 


332, 257 


83a 


3,080 


157,715 


3,410 


101, 131 


104,211 


1,310 


05,057 


1,893 


3,270 


70,820 


72, 136 


83 b 


3,013 


97,053 


4,040 


101,093 


104,700 


1,087 


40,330 


1,687 


1,530 


49,547 


50,634 


83c 


1,140 


18, 939 


1,150 


20, 089 


21,229 


087 


9,090 


157 


278 


10,125 


10,812 


83d 




55 
153,050 


15 

30, 759 


70 
190,415 


70 
195, 593 




30 

78, 527 






30 

100,327 


30 
104,479 


84a 


5,178 


4, 152 


15,104 


0,630 


84b 


316 


12, 580 


1,410 


14, 002 


14,318 


074 


4,544 


297 


178 


5,019 


5,693 


85a 


107 


3,278 


205 


3,483 


3,590 


12 


750 


13 


50 


813 


825 


85b 


1,034 


54,412 


5,185 


59, 597 


60,031 


1,594 


22, 299 


2,114 


2,030 


20, 449 


28,043 


85c 


42 


1,093 


64 


1,157 


1, 199 




319 


27 


15 


361 


361 


85d 


40 
1,131 


879 
54,100 


9 
4,932 


888 
59, 098 


928 
60,229 





68 

35, 512 






68 

40, 107 


68 
41,320 


85e 


1,159 


2,704 


1,951 


85f 


009 


4,920 


514 


5,434 


0,043 


159 


2,670 


156 


171 


2,997 


3,156 


85g 
856 


80 


4,470 


212 


4,082 


4,708 


142 


1,903 


247 


243 


2,393 


2,535 


72,486 


1,317,935 


152,731 


1,470,066 


1,543,152 


72,555 


1,371,089 


136, 930 


88,687 


1,596,706 


1,669,261 


89-90 


14,290 


442, 923 


79, 720 


522, 043 


530, 933 


23,415 


513, 256 


99,299 


44,695 


657,250 


680,665 


91 


15,910 


883,491 


242,374 


1,125,805 


1,141,775 


17, 070 


429,398 


187, 155 


20, 530 


643,089 


600,165 


92a 


3,003 


101,359 


13,113 


174,472 


177,475 


3,008 


74, 142 


8,949 


3,350 


8$, 441 


89,449 


93a 


3,447 


81,907 


8, 891 


90, 798 


94,245 


3,819 


110, 847 


15,237 


3,500 


129,584 


133,403 


93 b 


0,999 


107, 131 


21,157 


188, 288 


195, 287 


4,962 


130,110 


24,254 


11,200 


171,630 


176,592 


93c 




102 
97,410 




102 
109, 204 


102 
112,334 


3,001 


112 

55,547 






112 

06,037 


112 

69,038 


95 


3, 130 


11,794 


7,723 


2,707 


96 


309 


5,438 


411 


5,849 


0, 158 


340 


2,708 


268 


209 


3,245 


3,585 


97 


1,079 


13,700 


402 


14, 108 


15, 847 


518 


5,522 


727 


4,477 


10,720 


11,244 


98 



224 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officer* and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE Xl'MHKKS. 





Cause. 












American troops in other 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 

323 


Phi 


ippinc lsla 
Colored. 


nds. 
Total. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Whice. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 

2,588 
205 
421 ; 

70 
4 

2 

1,218 

3 

146 

307 

48 


76a 


VIII. Ear, diseases of. 


1,943 
65 
503 


748 


2,691 
65 

517 


876 
49 
43 
109 
129 

261 
560 

36 
753 
472 

IS 


84 
25 

1 


960 
74 
44 

109 
130 

261 
581 
36 

854 

503 

19 


76b 




76c 




43 


14 


76d 




76e 




8" 

4 
224 


31 

21 
180 


150 

39 
56 


181 

60 
236 


1 


86a 


IX. Sasal fossae, diseases of. 


86b 




21 


86c 




86d 




60 

409 
12 


118 

477 

4 


47 


US 

524 

4 


101 
31 

1 


86e 




86f 




86b 






S6h 




258 
13 

127 


547 
47 

110 


204 
14 

22 


751 

61 

132 


361 
26 

294 


79 
8 

20 


440 
34 

314 


564 
11 

84 
4 

3,499 
872 


86i 




87a 


X. Throat, diseases of. 


87b 




100a 




977 
267 


3, 381 
1,034 


853 
169 


4,234 
1,203 


3, 638 
1,491 


46S 
173 


4, 106 
1,664 


100b 




100c 




1IKW 




449 
123 


859 
491 

126 
10 

1,616 
147 
113 

1,094 
170 
19 


125 
53 


984 
544 

126 

10 

1, 702 

184 

113 

1, 143 

170 

19 


815 
107 


156 
4 


971 
111 


393 
42 


lOOe 




77 


XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 


78 
















79a 




583 


Mi 
37 


2,286 
182 


150 
110 


2,436 
292 


508 
168 


79a 




79a 






79a 




467 
60 


49 


1,632 

270 

148 

54 


40 


1,672 

270 

148 

54 


141 

107 | 

90 


79a 




79a 








79a 










79a 














2 


79a 


(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 


56 


73 

5 

25 

303 

417 

9 




73 

27 
25 
615 
491 
9 






79b 


22 


157 
24 

175 
94 




157 
25 

175 
94 


29 
12 
12 


79c 




18 
295 


1 


79d 


Myocarditis and myocardial Insufficiency 


312 
74 


79c 




80 




2 






81a 






7 
270 


S 


15 
270 


5 

55 


81b 




40 


15 




15 


81C 








8ld 




33 

18 

512 

151 

994 








94 




94 




82 




9 

1,868 

1,667 

461 

58 




9 

2,518 

1,802 

461 

58 






83a 




650 
135 


1,154 
664 

1,461 
160 


193 
26 


1,347 
690 

1,461 
287 


1,563 

2,224 

626 

68 


83b 








83d 


Phlebitis 




127 


84a 








84b 




211 
60 

127 
13 


2,616 
270 


874 
29 


3,490 
299 


2,120 

86 

9 

254 


379 


2,499 

86 

9 

272 


7,710 

U 

31 

169 


85a 




85b 






85c 




420 
13 


5 

6 


425 
19 


18 


85d 




85p 














8of 




297 

32 

5 

3,101 

617 

685 

13 

13 

174 


321 
27 
79 

7,089 

404 

1,408 


66 
2 


387 
29 
79 

7,648 

513 

1,593 

527 

726 

1,258 


530 
6 
42 

6,934 
251 

1,529 
201 
253 
504 




530 
6 
42 

7, 752 
368 

1,858 
201 
309 
513 


155 

8 


85k 
85h 










89-90 


XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 


559 
109 
185 
527 
172 
121 


818 
117 
329 


5,784 
166 
135 


91 




92a 




93a 




93b 




554 
1,137 


56 
9 


252 
415 


93c 




95 




96 




373 
13 
73 


341 
60 
182 


240 


581 
60 
185 


1,575 
66 
13 


182 


1, 757 
66 
13 


735 

87 
48 


97 




98 


Lungs, other diseases of 


3 





DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



225 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1,1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). Native troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Rieans. 


Inter- 
national 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


classifi- 
cation 

No. 


7,436 
464 
103 


62 


256 


7,754 
464 
103 


3,669 

429 

55 

7 


208 
26 


12 


3,889 

455 

55 


113 

9 
115 


331 


1,026 


76a 

7fih 








32 












7 




74 

16 
521 




4 


78 

16 
560 


13 
44 






13 

44 

76 


89 




2 Tfin 






4 

18 








39 


76 






2 
24 

7 

59 

• 29 


177 


86b 








124 

1,601 

7 




29 
31 


153 

1,632 
7 


347 

680 
11 
7 

718 
24 

614 


48 
10 


n 


131 
35 


181 
252 
23 






7 


697 

11 

7 

750 
24 

656 
















11 
4 


86g 


1,052 
103 

2,134 
207 
11,789 
1, 268 
86 
1,366 
1,524 

26 
142 

3,965 
211 


1 


57 
40 

25 


1,110 
143 

2,177 

207 

12,366 

1,341 

86 

1,585 

1,533 

26 

156 

3,979 

211 


32 




474 
46 

1S3 


600 
8 

222 






18 


40 2 


41 


87a 


277 


300 
73 


9,187 
962 


566 43 


9,796 
962 


848 

105 

2 

576 

68 

10 


331 ; 977 


100a 












3 


216 
9 


1,281 
141 

63 

19 

2,382 

149 


56 12 


1,349 
141 

63 

22 

2,419 

149 


140 
6 


558 
94 

21 


lOOd 








77 


ii 




3 
28 






78 


2 


12 


9 


435 


806 
13 


695 

175 

19 


79a 

79a(l) 

79a(21 














3,309 
411 


2 


12 


3,323 
411 


1,777 

104 

19 


28 




1, 805 331 

104 1 76 


793 


312 79a(3) 

17 79a(4) 

119 I 79a(5) 

7 79»rfii 










19 i 28 








































79a(7) 


34 
42 

25 
530 
379 

16 






34 
42 
25 
531 
439 
16 


333 




9 


342 

23 

5 






46 

145 

1 


79a(8) 






21 

5 


2 






79b 








6 




7Bn 




1 
60 


458 

376 

20 


7 




465 78 




62 79d 






376 
27 


175 




147 79« 




7 








80 












92 






92 


55 






55 1 98 




10 


81b 
















81c 
























81d 










45 
975 
262 
215 
124 


2 

291 

13 

16 

5 




47 

1,266 
275 
231 
129 








82 


3,298 

1,192 

1,809 

196 


35 


239 

28 


3,572 

1,220 

1,809 

196 




325 
171 
114 


218 
28 
41 


284 
140 
133 

2 


83a 




83b 






83c 








83d 












84a 


1,639 
184 
65 
514 


47 


234 


1,920 

184 

70 

518 


862 
15 

2 
363 

8 


243 




1,105 
15 

2 
363 

8 


1,273 
9 


65 


3,720 
2 
4 
5 


84b 




85a 


5 










85b 


4 








9 


85c 








48 

3 

58 

22 

103 

7,034 
2,166 
2,888 


85d 














21 




85e 


426 
10 

1 

19.658 
4,103 
8,055 
700 
1,702 
1,826 






426 

19 

1 

21,021 
4,540 
9,192 
701 
1,702 
2,153 


290 
28 
26 

12,869 
5,042 

16,952 

536 

1,003 

2,922 






290 
35 
26 

14,156 
6.336 

23,861 

650 

1,036 

3,321 


114 

10 
9 

7,468 

903 

2,407 


85f 




9 


7 






85g 
85h 






19 

1,266 

58 

1,199 


218 
249 
958 


1,145 

188 
179 

1 


1,247 

1,240 

6,702 

96 

33 

353 


40 

54 

207 

18 


89-90 

91 

92a 








790 
454 




130 


197 


46 


573 ■ 69 


93c 


715 




138 


853 


1,495 

10 

219 


179 






1,659 
154 
64 










10 
219 






74 


62 


35 


171 






45 




98 



226 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored,, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



Total United States Army. 



Cause. 



99a 

99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 

10.")C 

106 

107a 

107l> 

107c 

10S 

109a 

1091) 

110a 

110b 

113 

114 

115a 

U5b 

115o 

117a 

1171) 

Una 

11 Sl) 

use 



L19 
120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122(1 

122e 

123 

121a 

1211) 

125a 

12jl> 
125c 
126 

127a 
1271) 
127c 
127d 
127e 



142 

143a 
1431) 

144a 

1441) 

145a 

14.->1) 

145c 

14;-xl 

145c 

145( 

1451! 

1 i:,h 

145i 

145j 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

1450 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 

Pyorrhea alvcolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Oastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm). . 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

I ntestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Gall-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of . 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



45,177 

1, 727 

193, 133 

2,434 

76, 876 

19,304 

433, 751 

54, 959 

245, 748 

686,258 

68, 155 

4, SOI 

14, 206 

5,451 

, 19S, 650 

,801,072 

17,015 

124, 145 

432, 873 

6, 057 

11,218 

75, 453 

73, 230 

21, 792 

3,544 

64,986 

771 

4,320 

10, 735 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of(nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

U ret lira, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

Wart s, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 
real). 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 

Gangrene 3, 

Carbuncle 43, 

Furuncle i 216, 

A bsccss 294, 

Cellulitis 226, 

Trichophytosis 48, 

Nails, defects and diseases of 124, 

Ectoparasites 19, 

Clavus 6, 

Dermatitis 12, 

Eczema 93, 

Erythema 20, 

Herpes ! 42, 

Impetigo 47, 

Lichen 2, 

Nsevua 2, 

Pityriasis 8, 

Psoriasis 43, 

Scabies 394, 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of | 356, 



92, 475 

204, 337 

7,061 

3,637 

4,784 

39,565 

35, 652 

54,821 

83,141 

44, 805 

is, 002 

22, 347 

4, 01)0 

20,486 

27, 837 

54,460 

80,787 

21,419 

116,660 



467 
089 
121 
150 
215 
314 
1 13 
665 
866 
880 
529 
599 
484 
955 
294 
022 
5 US 
131 
449 
620 



45, 078 

1,727 

192, 348 

2,432 

76, 486 

19, 304 

430, 557 

54,959 

244, 784 

684, 194 

59, 116 

3,343 

14, 048 

4, 992 

1, 195, 201 

1, 797, 347 

17,007 

123, 969 

425,412 

5,776 

11,123 

75, 239 

72, 770 

21,590 

3,540 

64, 859 

771 

4,316 

10,694 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. 



Colored. 



Color 

not 

stated. 



Total. 



3,455 

42,580 

212, 891 

289, 766 

223, 212 

45, 319 

123,010 

19, 613 

6,670 

12,624 

92,985 

20,567 

42, 13S 

47, 792 

2,259 

2,022 

8,575 

42, 767 

393, 770 

353, 123 



3, 751 

214 

10,482 

39 

8, 204 

2,046 

22, 556 

7,395 

fi, 360 

37, 833 

233 

24 

498 

338 

63, 937 

58, 518 

1,249 

4,944 

24, 296 

514 

2,619 

9,372 

5,202 

1,386 

113 

3,868 

67 

370 

656 



92,318 


5.99S 


203, 420 


11,917 


7,061 


395 


3,637 


276 


4,750 


685 


39,406 


2,882 


35,538 


3,387 


54, 640 


8,346 


82, 817 


4,708 


44, 756 


391 


48, 443 


2,147 


22, 234 


836 


4,060 


254 


20, 486 


3,524 


27, 754 


682 


54, 058 


2,687 


78, 748 


1,858 


21,29S 


212 


115,930 


3,452 



302 
3,373 
6,457 
9,360 
7, 130 

857 
1, 703 

234 

132 

703 
4,853 

330 

1,594 

1,229 

24 

40 

173 
1,806 
17,407 
11,299 



38, 873 

1,433 

165,229 

2,131 

65, 351 

16, 639 

376, 028 

44, 943 

215,420 

605, 81 1 

54,560 

2,161 

12,475 

4,407 

1,046,807 

1,610,771 

14, 754 

101,719 

363, 857 

4, 575 

8,048 

61,606 

62, 329 

18,856 

2, 719 

56,478 

687 

3,860 

8,810 



78, 278 

177, 166 

6, 135 

3, 252 

3, 946 

34, 447 

27, 626 

43, 577 

70, 059 

38, S46 

38, 094 

17, 367 

3, 403 

15, 997 

22, 596 

43,505 

70,582 

17, 221 

95, 763 



2,223 

37,212 

195, 060 

249, 291 

201,333 

40, 872 

115,936 

17, 124 

5,882 

10,869 

83,234 

18,694 

36, 278 

42,978 

1,960 

1,895 

8,009 

38, 043 

334,614 

302, 730 



1,534 


920 


36 


44 


11,481 


5,156 


255 


7 


2,186 


745 


394 


225 


20, 329 


11, 644 


2, 228 


393 


6,411 


16, 593 


24,309 


10, 241 


3, 935 


388 


882 


276 


770 


305 


241 


6 


57, 013 


27, 444 


104,610 


23, 448 


834 


170 ; 


15,016 


2,290 


31,832 


5,427 


686 


1 


294 


162 


2,884 


1,377 


3,269 


1,970 


1, 045 


303 


642 


66 


3,504 


1,009 


11 


6 


86 




308 


920 


3,753 


4,289 


10, 722 


3,615 


400 


131 


19 


90 


119 




1,666 


411 


3,794 


731 


1.7S0 


937 


6, 650 


1,400 


4,640 


879 


7,452 


750 


3,393 


638 


383 


20 


767 


198 


4,085 


391 


6,294 


1, 572 


5,537 


771 


3,388 


477 


11,527 


5,188 


875 


55 


951 


1,044 


5,190 


6,184 


23, 289 


7,826 


10, 156 


4,593 


2,838 


752 


2,543 


2,828 


912 


1,343 


562 


94 


625 


327 


2,643 


2,255 


893 


650 


3,409 


857 


937 


2,648 


158 


117 


61 


26 


302 


91 


882 


2,036 


7,769 


33,980 


25, 195 


13, 899 



Total 
native 
troops. 



41,327 

1,513 

181,866 

2,393 

68, 282 

17,258 

408,001 

47,564 

238, 424 

646, 361 

58, 883 

3,319 

13, 550 

4,654 

1, 131, 264 

1, 738, 829 

15, 758 

119, 025 

401,116 

5,262 

8,504 

65,867 

67, 568 

20, 204 

3,427 

60, 991 

704 

3,946 

10, 038 



86,320 

191, 503 

6,666 

3,361 

4,065 

36, 524 

32, 151 

46,294 

78, 109 

44, 365 

46, 2% 

21, 398 

3,800 

16, 962 

27, 072 

51,371 

70, 890 

21,086 

112, 478 



3, 153 

39, 207 
200, 434 
280,406 
216,082 

44, 462 
121,307 
19, 379 
6,538 
11,921 
88,132 
20,237 
40,544 
46,563 
2,235 
1,982 
8,402 

40, 961 
376, 363 
341,824 




3,191 

""'964' 

2,064 

9,039 

1,461 

158 

459 

3,449 

3,725 

8 

176 

7,461 

281 

95 

214 

460 

202 

4 

127 



DAYS LOST — OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



227 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 








Enlisted men. 








Enlisted men. 






Inter- 










Total 












Total 


nal, nal 
















classifi- 










officers 












officers 


cation 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 
not 

stated. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


No. 


1,687 


12,368 


811 


13, 179 


14,866 


2,052 


24, 549 


723 


919 


26, 191 


28, 243 


99a 


214 
3,828 


1,124 
46, 464 


28 
4,680 


1,152 
51,144 


1, 366 
54, 972 




253 
114,627 


8 
6,638 


44 

5,110 


305 
126, 375 


305 
132, 924 


99b 


6,549 


99c 


39 
3,915 


1,386 
41,843 


186 
1,201 


1,572 
43,044 


1,611 
46, 959 




743 
21,921 


63 

846 


7 
745 


813 
23,512 


813 
27, 492 


101 


3,980 


102a 


1,677 


10,949 


151 


11,100 


12, 777 


342 


5, 340 


243 


225 


5, 808 


6, 150 


102b 


10, 630 


207, 694 


10,604 


218, 298 


228, 928 


11,283 


156, 837 


8,628 


11,544 


177, 009 


188, 292 


102c 


4,345 


30,221 


1,526 


31,747 


36, 092 


3,012 


13, 492 


589 


393 


14,474 


17,486 


105a 


2,082 


32, 327 


2,380 


34,707 


36, 789 


4,079 


178,942 


3,916 


16, 213 


199,071 


203, 150 


105b 


10, 470 


138,913 


7,273 


146, 186 


156, 656 


26, 769 


454, 240 


15,508 


16, 030 


485, 778 


512, 547 


105c 


188 


50,505 


3,852 


54, 357 


54, 545 


38 


3,417 


31 


331 


3,779 


3,817 


106 


10 


1,313 


547 


1,860 


1,870 


10 


558 


69 


276 


903 


913 


107a 


339 


7,599 


482 


8,081 


8,420 


149 


4,552 


252 


304 


5,108 


5,257 


107b 


139 


3,316 


103 


3,419 


3, 558 


166 


838 


42 


6 


886 


1,052 


107c 


35, 121 


573, 045 


26,604 


599, 649 


634, 770 


26, 424 


436, 502 


22, 934 


27, 281 


486, 717 


513, 141 


108 


39,512 


1,115,909 


77, 571 


1, 193, 480 


1, 232, 992 


18, 046 


474, 417 


25, 841 


23, 194 


523, 452 


541, 498 


109a 


752 


8,316 


301 


8,617 


9,369 


483 


5, 738 


497 


170 


6,405 


6,888 


109b 


1, 925 


56, 297 


10, 133 


66, 430 


68, 355 


2,950 


43, 834 


4,776 


2,243 


50,853 


53,803 


110a 


18, 389 


263,419 


21, 240 


284,659 


303, 048 


5,243 


80, 243 


8,453 


5,330 


94, 026 


99,269 


110b 


113 


2,749 


173 


2,922 


3, 035 


400 


1,421 


513 


1 


1,935 


2, 335 


113 


1,081 


4,456 


75 


4, 531 


5, 612 


1,538 


3, 343 


185 


162 


3,690 


5,228 


114 


4,917 


32, 954 


1,215 


34, 169 


39,086 


4,381 


26,882 


1,327 


1,372 


29,581 


33,962 


115a 


1,891 


25,962 


1,677 


27, 639 


29, 530 


3, 166 


33, 121 


1,514 


1,961 


36,596 


39, 762 


115b 


930 


14,315 


785 


15,100 


16, 030 


373 


3,497 


258 


302 


4,057 


4,430 


115c 


60 


1,765 


237 


2,002 


2,062 


53 


788 


395 


66 


1,249 


1,302 


117a 


2,010 


29, 546 


1,765 


31,311 


33, 321 


1,642 


24, 065 


1,529 


l,0OS 


26,602 


28, 244 


117b 


58 
194 


324 
2,631 




324 
2,717 
5,433 


382 
2,911 
5,907 


9 
165 


363 
1,205 
3,361 




6 


369 
1,205 
4,379 


378 
1,370 


1 l\i 


86 




nsb 


474 


5,315 


lis 


88 


187 


831 


4,467 


118c 


1,646 


20, 372 


1,358 


21, 730 


23, 376 


4,314 


56,856 


2,144 


4,289 


63, 289 


67, 603 


119 


5,888 


68, 978 


3,696 


72, 674 


78,562 


5,019 


104,314 


6,797 


3,615 


114,726 


119, 745 


120 


242 


3,959 


124 


4,083 


4, 325 


118 


1,99S 


276 


131 


2,405 


2,523 


122a 


141 


1,985 


2 


1,987 


2, 12S 


135 


1,196 


17 


90 


1,303 


1,438 


122b 


685 


3,192 


119 


3,311 


3,996 




725 






725 


725 


122c 


1,619 


22, 051 


890 


22,941 


24, 560 


1,263 


10,900 


280 


409 


11,589 


12, 852 


122d 


2,154 


18,227 


1,989 


20, 216 


22, 370 


1,206 


8,677 


1,624 


731 


11,032 


12, 238 


122c 


3,756 


24, 655 


690 


25, 345 


29, 101 


4,193 


17,200 


1,044 


937 


19, 181 


23, 374 


123 


1,849 


43,695 


3,503 


47, 19S 


49,047 


2,666 


24,583 


2,766 


1,400 


28, 749 


31,415 


124a 


221 


25, 965 


3,313 


29, 278 


29,499 


170 


12,346 


1,253 


879 


14,478 


14.64S 


1241) 


947 


27,088 


6,441 


33, 529 


34, 470 


1,200 


10, 131 


953 


750 


11,834 


13, 034 


125a 


621 


9,366 


2,191 


11,557 


12, 17S 


215 


7,488 


1,163 


<;:iv 


9,289 


9,504 


125b 


161 


1,658 


276 


1, 93 1 


2,095 


93 


1,706 


107 


20 


1,833 


1, 926 


125c 


1, 816 


8,890 


481 


9,374 


11,190 


1,605 


6,891 


260 


198 


7,349 


8, 95 1 


126 


241 


15,814 


3,443 


19, 257 


19, 498 


421 


6,171 


569 


384 


7,124 


7, 545 


127a 


1,152 


23, 446 


4,469 


27,915 


29,067 


1,434 


19,112 


1,753 


1, 565 


22, 430 


23, 864 


127b 


1,099 


49, 084 


4,138 


53,222 


54, 321 


739 


20, 233 


1,280 


769 


22,282 


23, 021 


127c 


94 


12, 651 


2,878 


15, 529 


15, 623 


118 


4,212 


315 


465 


4,992 


5,110 


127d 


1,647 


56,433 


5,524 


61, 957 


63,604 


1,704 


36, 420 


5,722 


5,085 


47, 227 


48, 931 


127e 


302 


I. [;_>-. 


513 


2,141 

17,902 


2,443 
19, 912 




593 


361 


55 


1,009 
20,430 


1,009 


142 


2,040 


17,331 


571 


1,330 


19,019 


3S0 


1,031 


21,760 


143a 


4,021 


111,207 


2,254 


113,461 


117, 482 


2,233 


7.',. 8S9 


1,942 


6,086 


83,917 


86,150 


143b 


5, 179 


144, 587 


14,929 


159, 516 


164, 695 


3,956 


97,288 


7,865 


7,730 


112, 883 


116,839 


144a 


4,492 


116, 120 


6,633 


122, 753 


127, 245 


2,432 


77, 168 


3,103 


4,502 


84,773 


87,205 


144b 


561 


27,299 


988 


28,287 


28,848 


263 


8,630 


588 


733 


9,951 


10, 214 


145a 


927 


76,717 


1,703 


78, 420 


79, 347 


023 


33,945 


618 


2,7S1 


37, 344 


37,967 


145b 


30 


6,980 


518 


7,498 


7, 528 


204 


9,570 


391 


1,341 


11,302 


11,506 


145C 


115 


5,062 


439 


5,501 


5,616 


17 


627 


59 


90 


776 


793 


145d 


357 


7,888 


373 


8,261 


8,618 


330 


2,225 


249 


318 


2,792 


3,122 


145c 


2,431 


45, 114 


1,547 


46,661 


49,092 


2,374 


35,050 


936 


2,227 


38,213 


40,587 


145f 


208 


13,273 


656 


13,929 


14, 137 


118 


4,985 


213 


650 


5,848 


5,966 


145R 
145h 


837 


22,604 


2,295 


24,899 


25, 736 


736 


12,370 


1,093 


847 


14,310 


15,046 


425 


17, 181 


553 


17, 734 


18,159 


786 


24, 332 


361 


2,648 


27, 341 


28, 127 


145i 


24 


1,372 


144 


1,516 


1,540 




537 


13 


117 


667 


667 


145j 
145k 


15 


1,316 


59 


1,375 


1,390 


25 


404 


2 


26 


432 


457 


114 


5,560 


222 


5,782 


5.S96 


59 


2,108 


80 


91 


2,279 


2,338 


1451 


757 


16, 171 


602 


16, 773 


17,530 


1,033 


21, 108 


277 


2,016 


23,401 


24, 434 


145m 


5,381 


120, 425 


2,708 


123, 133 


128, 514 


11,903 


209,885 


5,049 


33, 875 


248,809 


260,712 


145n 


6,018 


161,196 


17, 460 


178, 656 


184,674 


5,054 


130, 894 


7,108 


13, 829 


151,831 


156, 885 


145o 



228 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lout, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NITMHEKS. 





Cause. 


American troops in other 


Inter- 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 




Hawaii. 




Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Colored 


Total. 


White. 


99a 


XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 


12 


80 




80 


26 




26 


65 

56 

358 


99b 








99c 




105 


1,124 


65 


1, 189 


339 


57 
6 


396 

6 

193 

163 

2,644 

601 

264 

1,240 

12 

67 

81 

39 

10, 424 

3,607 

77 

266 

4,437 


101 




102a 




309 

27 

643 

38 

199 

594 

7 

4 

10 

33 

2,392 

960 

14 

69 

664 

1 


453 


64 




517 


193 

163 

2, 238 

601 

258 

1,119 

12 

67 

64 

39 

9,382 

3,308 

44 

210 

3,481 


424 

9 

1,913 

286 

178 

782 

204 

7 

90 

51 

5,686 

2,177 

411 

:w<j 

4,819 

137 

136 

258 

693 

401 

15 

299 


102b 






102c 




2,239 

212 

231 

4,420 

274 

204 

80 

163 

6,211 

3,373 

89 

242 

6, 579 

74 

10 

762 

1,167 

299 

12 

483 


615 
71 
88 

583 
52 

266 

19 

96 

6,094 

806 


2,854 

283 

319 

5,003 

326 

470 

99 

259 

12, 305 

4,179 

89 

270 

7,544 

74 

10 

836 

1,189 

299 

12 

678 

11 


408 


105a 
1051) 






6 
121 


105c 




106 




107a 






107b 




17 


107c 




108 




1,042 

299 

33 

56 

956 


109a 




109b 




110a 




28 
965 


110b 




113 




114 






68 

247 

438 

1 

30 

1,111 


13 

248 
37 


81 

495 

475 

1 

30 

1,111 


115a 




74 
145 

83 


74 
22 


115b 
115c 


Gall-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of 


117a 








117b 




216 


195 
11 




118a 






118b 




11 
94 

38 

1,010 

35 




""" 






118c 




6 

144 
546 




6 

289 
615 


33 

56 
842 




33 

56 
900 


2 

165 

1,541 
39 


119 


XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of(nonienereal). 


145 

69 




120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122<1 




58 
























29 

277 
121 
593 
215 
26 
388 
188 




29 
387 
125 
597 
297 

28 
439 
188 








244 
102 
286 
481 
166 
173 
56 
21 
69 
148 
1S6 
581 
110 
359 


361 
177 

42 

311 

32 

4 

7 


605 
279 
328 
792 
198 
177 
63 
21 
92 
166 
217 
673 
222 
430 

1 
65 

2,. 501 

1,784 

1,841 

3,036 

1,746 

13 

57 

58 

730 

91 

328 

278 

22 

49 

47 

332 

222 

1 2,291 


110 
4 

1 
52 

2 
51 


52 1 
246 
122 
521 
44 

HO 

65 
3 

67 

27 
214 
143 

78 
427 


122c 
123 
124a 
124b 


Cystitis 


27 
397 
193 


125a 






125b 














126 




103 
20 

101 
20 


23 

18 
31 
92 
112 

71 

1 


41 
192 

70 
279 

92 
270 




41 
247 
106 
306 
129 
369 


127a 
127b 




55 
36 
27 
37 
99 


127c 
127d 




127e 

142 


Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvene- 
real). 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 


101 


143a 




3 

203 
225 
206 
33 
153 


65 

1.683 

1,567 

1,740 

1,998 

1.585 

13 

26 

55 

667 

81 

323 

278 

22 

49 

47 

329 

222 

1 1,802 


178 

1,921 

715 

1,967 

1,096 

1,166 

33 

48 

92 

551 

78 

205 

374 

24 

2 

48 

116 

174 

1,519 




178 

2,093 

894 

2,203 

1,318 

1,227 

36 

81 

92 

648 

83 

221 

397 

25 

2 

48 

116 

185 

1,623 


185 

1,739 

1,345 

2,289 

1,404 

1,678 

•jo 

71 

329 

1,015 

24 

105 

549 


143b 




818 
217 
101 
1,040 
161 


172 
179 
236 
222 

61 
3 

33 


114a 




144b 


Cellulitis 


145a 




145b 




115c 




Vtfd 






31 

3 

63 

10 
5 




16 

48 

4 

21 

18 


145f 




97 

5 

16 

23 

1 


145g 

145h 






145i 




145j 








::; 








Pityriasis 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of 


16 
123 

227 






1 

190 

415 

4,134 




3 
489 




145n 
1450 


11 
104 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



229 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Uanaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Inter- 
national 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 
1,699 


White. 

87 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 

87 


classifi- 
cation 
No. 


1,698 




1 




4 


5 


90 


99a 








1,717 

2 

307 

150 

3,445 

46 

3,108 

3,885 

76 

3 

47 




45 


1,762 

2 

307 

150 

3,549 

46 

3,495 

4,096 

133 

3 

48 


600 


41 


1 


642 


268 


52 


465 

2 

145 


99c 






210 

28 

1,662 

85 

376 

2,452 

72 

9 

43 


75 




285 

28 

1, 734 

127 

390 

3,276 

72 

9 

43 


49 


196 


102a 
102 b 
102c 








14 


90 


62 

42 

6 

801 


10 


1,775 


383 


1,036 


15 
23 


372 
188 
57 


8 
23 


465 

1,020 

1,250 

1,400 

148 

233 

668 

830 

5 

64 

4,413 

50 

30 

85 

100 

31 

4 

82 


146 
10 


353 

1,034 

7,789 

61 

10 

226 


105b 
105c 










107a 




1 


















11,026 

8, 288 

97 

560 

3,616 

9 

32 

351 

579 

290 


35 

18 


163 
254 


11,224 

8,560 

97 

607 

3,724 

9 

32 

356 

579 

290 


4,955 

3,299 

59 

217 

1,700 

185 

3 

152 

369 

53 

109 

158 


304 
75 
3 
23 

184 




5,259 

3, 374 

62 

240 

1,907 

185 

24 

172 

397 

56 

119 

173 


2,230 

318 

1 

IS 

359 

15 






2,577 

2 

94 

2,689 

216 

65 






109b 




47 
74 




34 


23 


110b 
113 






21 
20 
19 
2 
10 
15 






5 




21 
12 








1 


348 1 115b 














117a 


816 




1 


817 




13 


32 










24 
73 

274 

287 

102 

71 






24 
162 

274 

347 

102 

71 













4 

19 

32 

378 






89 


20 

411 

658 
37 


3 

106 
42 




23 

517 
700 
37 


22 

125 
381 




118c 








119 


60 






158 








122a 
















122b 














34 






122c 


377 
55 
372 
258 
138 
157 




2 


379 
55 
372 
258 
138 
160 


74 
198 
349 
276 
161 

77 
204 


25 




99 

198 
349 
294 
201 

236 




159 

16 

1H1 

174 

19 


122(1 






92 


6 


122e 










123 






18 
40 




139 
26 
79 
6 


11 
4 

1411 


124a 








124b 


3 






125a 




32 




107 


1251) 


15 
8 

97 
273 
134 

69 
972 

2 

208 

l,8U 

2,470 
784 
304 
640 
211 
38 
343 
400 
131 
278 
173 






15 

8 

104 

280 

136 

81 

1,120 

2 

221 

1,912 

2,578 

875 

323 

687 

213 

42 

352 

428 

140 

288 

173 






125c 






31 
147 
204 
128 
9 
882 






31 
147 
209 
128 

55 
948 






126 




2 
12 
97 






44 

73 
66 
13 

315 

12 

322 

2,643 

2,209 

1,646 

2,703 

514 

46 

163 

88 

312 

32 

217 

89 


ii 

148 

116 

2 

38 


25 
181 

1,857 
106 
377 


127a 




5 




127b 






127c 




46 

60 




127d 


51 


6 


127e 
142 




13 

98 

87 

91 

19 

47 

2 

4 

9 

28 


226 

810 

1,319 

1,265 

143 

205 

297 

10 

37 

437 

122 

393 

1 






226 

811 

1,406 

1,348 

143 

205 

297 

10 

37 

437 

122 

393 

91 

5 


24 

48 

390 

505 

75 

170 

6 

8 

100 

75 


163 
539 

1,785 
852 
217 
419 


14'ia 


3 
21 


78 
83 




143b 


9 


144a 
144b 






145a 








1451) 








145c 








25 
68 
157 


145d 








1456 








145f 


9 






145g 
145h 


10 






31 

56 
35 


98 
18 








145i 










145i 
145k 


124 
181 
48 






124 
181 
68 

2, 306 
2,384 














64 
81 

1,293 
850 






64 

81 

1,293 

905 


19 

360 

226 

1.691 




4 

4 

71 

1.402 


1451 




20 
105 
49 








145m 


2,200 


1 






382 
404 


145n 


2,335 1 


34 


21 


1450 



230 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored,- 

ABSOLUTE NtJMBEKS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



146a 
140b 
146r 
147a 
147b 

! 17c 

147(1 
147c 

149a 
149b 
149c 
149(1 
149e 
149f 
149g 
149h 



ISO 
189 



Office 

classifi- 
cation. 

1 
2 
3 
4 



i 'aiisc 



Total United States Army. 



Total Total 

officers officers 

and and 

enlisted enlisted Total 

men. men, i officers. 

including Amerj- 

native | can 

troops. : troops. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Color 
White. Colored. not 
stated. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Hoi ies. ot her diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 
tism excepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammertoe 

Metatarsals 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of 



75, 741 
59, 1 15 

92, 117 

40, 523 
4, 822 
S2,080 
11,940 
35, 920 

47, 1 S4 
38, 050 
24,910 
70. J si' 

547, 032 

8, 185 

33, 596 

414,795 



75, 499 
5S,340 
91,912 
4(1, 465 

4, 822 
81,059 
11,940 
35, 747 

47,017 
38, 554 
24,90s 
70, 022 
546, 6S7 

5, 1 S5 
33, 520 

413, 163 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 

Congenital malformations 35, 78.5 35, 629 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 1, 728, 396 1, 716, 386 



2, 700 
402 

4, 064 

1,258 
411 

4,X76 
791 

1,276 

959 
407 

787 
2, 376 
7,268 



2,039 
11,239 



65, 204 
51,636 
79, 634 
35, S55 
4, 257 
69, 606 
10, 821 
31, 574 
I 

42, 490 
36, 669 
22, 685 
60, 742 

500, 465 

7, 539 

29, 172 

361,859 



1,047 31,203 
56,847 1,432,287 



6,971 
5, 089 
0,477 
3, 108 
139 

4, 590 
254 

2,381 

3,102 

1,129 

849 

5, 557 
29, 086 

387 

1,452 

29, 261 



2, 760 
167, 752 



564 
1,213 

1, 737 
244 

15 

2, 581 

74 
516 

466 
349 

587 

1,347 

9,868 

173 

857 

10, 804 



Total 
native 

Total. tro °P s ' 



72, 739 
57, 938 
87. sis 
39, 207 
4,411 
76, 783 
11,149 
34, 471 

46, 058 
38, 147 
24,121 
67, 646 

539, 419 

8,099 

31, 481 

401,924 



619 34, 582 
59,500 1,659,533 



Total 02,681,428 62,337,466 2,136,131 52,479,537 6, 259, 519 1, 462, 279 60, 201, 335 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 



Kites 

Hums 

Hums, chemical and X-ray 

Compression ' 

Concussion 

Contusion 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation of joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and annexa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

Fracture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

( ias, deleterious absorpt ion 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides 

Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury 

Sprain of'joint 

Strain 

Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating 

Wounds, perforating 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others) 



7, 159 

126, ISO 

26,550 

533 

34,023 

011,048 

75, 223 

44,752 

135,591 

62, 464 

70 

2,744 

27,464 

24,319 

, 783, 336 

697, 255 

15,202 

43, 1*5 

19,986 

7,678 

219 

11,968 

8, 424 

133,415 

823,310 

125, 273 

967 

92 577 

136' 289 

194,842 

157, 259 

949, 121 

394,400 



Total 6, 773, 376 



7, ins 

125,726 

26,441 

533 

34,426 

608,030 

75, 21(1 

44,629 

134, 729 

62,352 

70 

2,608 

27,050 

24,200 

776,343 

695,930 

15,068 

43, 134 

19,863 

7,568 

219 

11,908 

8,355 

133, 224 

820,043 

125,018 

951 

92,454 

136,216 

194,575 

157,074 

941,109 

391,868 



6,744,032 



Grand total 69.454.804 69.081.498 2, 458, 955 58,216,031 6,624,504 1,782,008 66,622.543 




643 


256 


0,974 


7, 881 


7,774 


120,518 


2,121 


599 


25,461 


14 




533 


1,222 


1,934 


29, 798 


34,596 


41,759 


587, 188 


4,320 


2,455 


72,996 


775 


532 


42,323 


6,957 


5, 076 


126, 205 


1,075 


2,419 


56,573 


2 


1 


70 


20 


79 


2, 256 


3,011 


1,856 


26,608 


3,063 


1,316 


23,771 


81,523 


62,836 


1,663,048 


38, 766 


27,165 


656, 836 


688 


172 


14, 089 


1,383 


4,150 


41,041 


736 


505 


19,576 


197 


32 


6,617 


99 




216 


240 


627 


11,161 


468 


213 


8,011 


9,937 


1,735 


128,826 


34,623 


46, 154 


786,325 


6,052 


7,255 


120, 83S 


28 


23 


739 


4,394 


2,822 


86,050 


7, 490 


10,047 


126,392 


13,038 


15, 196 


1.88,078 


7,711 


7,433 


153,574 


66,292 


46,250 


912, 820 


25,620 


21,058 


375, 097 



5,736,494 364,985 



319,729 6, 421.20S 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



231 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska;. 


United States Army in E 


irope (e.xclu 


line; Russia) 


• 


Inter- 




Enlisted mei 


. 








Enlisted men. 














Total 












_ , national 
Total classffi- 




























officers 












officers cation 


Officers. 


While. 


Colored. 


Total. 


and 

enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color 

not 

stated. 


Total. 


a " d . No. 
enlisted 
men. 


1,517 


41, 508 


5,161 


40, 009 


48,186 


1, 169 


22, 057 


1,6.86 


559 


24, 302 


25, 471 


146a 


304 


33, 019 


3, 654 


36, 673 


30, 977 


34 


17,212 


1, 265 


1,194 


19,671 


19, 705 


146b 


2,310 


IS, S2S 


3, 525 


52, 353 


54, 669 


1, 545 


28, 111 


2, 792 


1,737 


32, 640 


34,185 146c 


870 


25, 974 


2,074 


28, 64S 


29, 51S 


207 


9,031 


211 


244 


9, 486 


9, 753 


147a 


227 


2,345 


107 


2, 452 


2, 679 


1S1 


1,848 


32 


15 


1, 895 


2, 079 


147b 


2, 459 


38, 450 


2, 501 


40,951 


43, 410 


2,202 


29, 035 


2,018 


2, 559 


33,012 


35, 814 


147c 


319 


5,683 


251 


5, 934 


6, 253 


434 


4,072 


3 


74 


4,149 


4,583 


147d 


500 


17, S01 


1,833 


19, 094 


20, 194 


763 


12,907 


506 


510 


13, 989 


14, 752 


147e 


515 


26,842 


1,556 


28, 398 


28, 913 


433 


14, 594 


1,442 


404 


16,500 


16, 933 


149a 


198 


25, 974 


6S9 


26, 003 


26, 861 


194 


10, 028 


440 


349 


10, 817 


11,011 


149b 


469 


11,434 


460 


11,894 


12, 303 


317 


10, 709 


368 


587 


11,064 


11,981 


149c 


1,092 


20, 102 


1, 689 


27, 791 


28, ss:s 


1,177 


32, .564 


3,740 


1, 339 


37, 643 


38,820 


149d 


2,193 


242, 052 


13,111 


255, 163 


257, 356 


4,429 


241, 583 


15, 529 


9,738 


266, 8.50 


271,279 : 149e 


86 
1,171 


5,912 
10, 796 


361 
1,110 


6,273 
17,906 


6, 359 
19,077 




1,554 
11,975 


26 
329 


173 
838 


1,753 
13, 142 


1, 753 149f 


783 


13, 925 149g 


6,147 


214,510 


15, S77 


230, 393 


236, 540 


4,962 


138, 963 


12, 427 


10,690 


162,080 


107, 042 


149h 


600 


19, 591 


1,598 


21, 187 


21, 7S7 


434 


11, 275 


1,002 


613 


12, S90 


13, 324 


150 


29,224 


985, 600 


131,540 


1,117,146 


1, 146, 370 


26,060 


409, 523 


31, 705 


58, 463 


499, 091 


525, 751 


189 


1,210,447 


32, 009, 543 


3, 092, 735 


30, 002, 278 


37, 212, 725 


S75.9S0 


19,179,278 


2, 132, 199 


I, 444, 047 


22, 755, 524 


23,631,510 


Office 












































classifi- 






















cation. 


95 


2,753 


101 


2,854 


2,949 


39 


3,013 


498 


256 


3,767 


3,S06 1 


2,308 


■ 45,755 


3,190 


48,945 


51,253 


2.S06 


56, 140 


4,623 


7,687 


68, 450 


71,256 


2 


378 


13,761 


1,423 


15, IS! 


15, 502 


502 


8,082 


516 


599 


9,197 


9,699 


3 




427 
14,108 


11 
293 


441 
14,401 


111 
16, 630 




92 
11,836 






92 
14,596 


92 
16, S95 


4 


2, 229 


2, 299 


828 


1,932 


5 


11,282 


215,919 


13,680 


250,590 


270 SSI 


8, 898 


255,988 


19,818 


41,441 


317,277 


326,175 


6 


1,295 


27, 787 


1,367 


29, 154 


30,449 


919 


36, 727 


2,779 


2, 455 


41,961 


I2.SS0 


7 


1,987 


35,567 


118 


35, 9S5 


37,972 


308 


4,100 


300 


526 


4,935 


5,213 


8 


4,834 


60, 295 


2, 90S 


63, 203 


OS, 037 


3,1S7 


50, 45S 


3,313 


5,068 


58,869 


62,056 


9 


1,920 


20, 839 


5S4 


21,123 


23,343 


3, 859 


30, 125 


491 


2,187 


32, 803 


36, 662 


10 














67 

418 

11.1S3 


2 


1 

79 

1,856 


70 

497 

15, 109 


70 

722 

15,120 


11 


127 
122 


1,558 
9, 703 


20 
901 


1,678 

10,601 


1,705 
10, 726 


225 
311 


12 


2,070 


13 


170 


10, 257 


1,473 


11,730 


11,900 


ISO 


8,515 


1,497 


1,316 


11,358 


11,538 


11 


56,597 


686,302 


31,924 


718, 226 


773,823 


55.391 


781,321 


47,090 


62, 577 


890, 988 


916,382 


15 


15,386 


205,516 


12,363 


217,909 


233,295 


21,694 


365,911 


26,012 


26, 924 


418,847 


440,511 


16 


683 


10,262 


376 


10.63S 


11,321 


296 


2,799 


304 


172 


3,275 


3,571 


17 


655 


12,016 


140 


12,156 


12,811 


1,283 


22, 666 


1,216 


3,637 


27,519 


2S.S02 


IS 


187 


14,957 


575 


15, 532 


15,719 


70 


2,646 


36 


505 


3,187 


3,257 


19 


871 


4,128 


86 


4,214 


5,085 


78 


1,863 


56 


32 


1,951 


2,029 


20 


1 

380 


88 
5,381 


22 
106 


110 

5,487 


111 

5, 867 


1 
349 


29 
4,13S 


76 
105 




105 
4,S70 


106 
5,219 


21 


627 


22 


233 


4,287 


129 


4,416 


4,649 


100 


2,624 


318 


213 


3, 155 


3,255 


23 


2,420 


94,820 


7,176 


101,996 


101, 116 


1,837 


18,679 


1,887 


1,735 


22,301 


24,138 


21 


15,530 


327,007 


16, 262 


343, 269 


35S, 799 


17,598 


357, 708 


15,831 


46,072 


419,611 


437,209 


25 


2,500 


50,011 


2, 353 


58,394 


60, 894 


1,569 


48,252 


3,417 


7,199 


58,868 


60,437 


26 


183 
3,628 


571 

39, 598 


27 
1,776 


598 
41,374 


781 
45,002 


29 

2,638 


106 
37, 013 




23 

2,822 


129 

42, 384 


158 
45,022 


27 


2,519 


28 


5,274 


37,271 


1,425 


3S,696 


43, 970 


4,405 


68,266 


5,753 


9, 956 


83,975 


88,380 


29 


1,935 


47,559 


4,119 


51,678 


53,613 


3,669 


104,536 


8,749 


14,936 


128,221 


131,890 


30 


2,003 


73,895 


4,312 


78. 207 


80, 210 


1,390 


60, 670 


2,807 


7,374 


70, 851 


72,241 


31 


15,306 


418,537 


28, 981 


447,518 


462, 824 


12,370 


34S.514 


33,144 


45, 756 


427,414 


439, 781 


32 


6,699 


155,421 


11,798 


167,219 


173,918 


9,773 


158, 874 


12,301 


20,533 


191,708 


201,181 


33 


156.218 


2,682,416 


150.322 


2, 832, 73S 


2,988,956 


158,076 


2,S63,42S 


198,416 


316, 496 


3,378,340 


3,536,416 




1.366,665 


31.691,959 


4,113,057 


38,833,016 


40,201,681 


1,034.062 


22.042,706 


2,330.015 


1,760.543 


26.133.S64 


27, 167, 926 





232 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. | 





Cause. 


American troops in othvr 


Inter- 
national 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


classifi- 
cation 

No. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


146a 


XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 
Osteomyelitis 


74 

64 

203 

121 


247 
219 
348 
115 
9 
689 




247 
363 
435 
148 
9 
689 


282 
247 
1,285 
279 
45 
492 


110 
13 
44 

190 


392 
260 
1,329 
469 
45 
508 


850 

27 
461 

42 


146b 


144 

87 
33 


146c 
147a 


Bones, other diseases ol 






147c 




215 

38 
13 

11 

15 

1 

107 

646 




16 


444 


147(1 








Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheuma- 
tism excepted). 


212 

278 

52 

179 

134 

2,643 

53 

15 

1,390 

26 
8, 104 


23 


235 

278 

52 

179 

178 

2,653 

53 

21 

1,783 

34 
10, 354 


164 

112 

261 

7 

156 

3,816 




164 

216 
261 
24 
240 
4,156 


77 

471 

167 

11 

109 

1,954 


149a 


104 


1491) 






149c 






17 

84 
340 


149d 




44 
10 


149e 




1491 




149g 




85 
130 

13 
1,563 


6 
393 

8 
2,250 


89 

1,782 

55 
5,883 


7 
421 

154 
1,136 


96 
2,203 

209 
7,019 


59 
1,239 

181 
5,279 


149h 




150 


XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined 
diseases. 


1S9 






Total 




49, 698 


239, 678 


61,500 


301,178 


153,455 


22. 835 


176,290 


180,810 




XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 
Biles 


Office 
classifi- 
cation . 

1 




78 
317 

157 


25 
64 
52 


103 
381 
209 


124 

683 

99 




124 
684 
229 


31 
527 
404 


2 




94 
100 


1 
130 


3 
4 








100 
662 


1,56 
1,466 

258 
281 
362 

188 


61 

656 

33 

33 

4S7 


217 
2,122 
291 
314 
849 
188 


409 
2, 020 
383 
438 
577 
243 


29 
225 


438 
2, 245 
383 
452 
742 
243 


28 
1,756 

97 
418 
722 
348 


6 








X 
9 


Dermatitis from traumatisms 


11 
503 


14 
165 


in 




1 1 










12 












136 

102 

137 

13, 730 

3,247 

10 

6 

223 

41 




136 
115 

225 

14,513 

3, 291 

10 

6 

233 

63 


26 

91 

10,676 

1,090 

101 


13 




!l 

79 

2, 304 

2,014 


162 

85 

6,314 

1,200 

56 


27 

5 

1,378 

193 

8 


189 

90 

7, 692 

1,393 

64 


13 

88 

813 

44 


14 




15 




16 




17 




IS 




155 

30 

2 

1 

18 

11 

141 

590 

111 




19 




57 
147 


115 


172 

147 

1 

376 

158 

1,248 

4,036 

678 

6 

375 

375 

170 

807 

8,761 

2,913 


10 
22 


242 
4S 


20 




21 




1 

24 

15 

657 

1,465 

172 


22 




352 

143 

591 

2,571 

506 

6 

276 

308 

114 

543 

5, 596 

1,586 


195 
32 

658 

5, 903 

742 

5 

303 

58 

17 

282 

6,399 

1,283 


4 

6 
142 

798 
106 

1 


199 

38 

800 

6,701 

848 

6 

303 

221 

76 

533 

7, 070 

1,354 


129 
57 
897 
3,337 
512 


23 




24 




25 




26 




27 




28 




138 
145 
293 
107 
613 
299 


99 

67 

56 

264 

3,165 

1,327 


153 
165 
94 
847 
8,144 
1,952 


29 




163 

59 

251 

671 

71 


30 




31 




32 




33 






Total 




8,530 


23, 876 


10,449 


34, 325 


38,485 


3,826 


42,311 


32,969 








58,228 


263, 554 


71,949 


335, 503 


191,940 


26,661 


218,601 


1 213,779 






' 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



233 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men 


)• 












Native troops (enlisted men). 




Other countries and not stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 

8 

52 

244 

11 


Hawaiian* 

200 

572 

196 

9 


Porto 

Ricans. 


Inter- 
national 


White. 


Colored . 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 

115 

108 

398 

94 

10 

238 

930 

81 

25 

100 

4 

360 

2,478 

8 

44 

738 

37 
9,006 


classifi- 

catinn 

No. 


159 

817 
232 
320 




5 
19 


164 
836 
232 
320 


101 
95 

369 
94 
10 

177 

930 
62 

25 

100 


14 
13 
29 




34 
151 

6.5 
38 


1 16a 






146b 






146c 








147a 








147b 


319 
136 
231 

168 

87 

345 

1,317 

6,049 

12 

194 

3,373 

38 
9.911 




22 


341 

136 
231 

170 

87 

345 

1,325 

6,165 

12 

213 

3,488 

44 
11,044 


61 




293 


67 


61 


117c 






147d 






19 




10 

103 
80 
7 
74 
47 


121 


42 

64 


147e 




2 




149a 








16 


149b 






4 




146 

12 


149c 




8 
116 


360 

2,368 

8 

44 

596 

37 
7,981 




40 

286 


149(1 




96 


14 


149e 




149f 




19 

114 

6 
990 






62 
965 

28 
4,736 


14 

219 

12 
1,333 




149g 
1491) 


1 


142 




448 

116 
5,941 




150 


143 


978 


47 


189 


433,344 


10, 102 


16,451 


459, 897 


283,429 


40, 148 


1,781 


325,358 


138,217 


39, 221 


166.524 




57 

1,002 

164 


19 
2 




76 

1,147 

164 


19 

379 

74 






19 

384 

74 


44 

268 

74 




55 
35 


Office 
classifi- 
cation. 

1 


83 


1 


4 


131 


2 
3 












4 


71 

2, 460 

314 

140 

910 

1,076 




2 
31S 


73 

2, 8S9 

314 

151 

956 

1,076 


34 

1,224 

655 

63 
848 
260 


11 

76 

141 

5 

16 




45 

1,300 

796 

68 

864 

492 


99 
1,549 


72 

312 

13 


26 
1,157 


5 


111 




6 




7 


5 
38 


ti 
8 




97 
527 


26 
253 

112 


8 




82 


9 


232 


10 




:::::::" 






11 


19 
431 

190 
12,502 
10,148 




19 
431 

190 
12,821 
10, 332 








136 

75 

30 

2,932 

692 

134 


12 




83 

87 

7,784 

3,763 

1 

204 

210 

23 




S3 

87 

8,102 

3,974 

1 ' 

204 

210 

23 


332 

56 

2,664 

395 


7 

33 

1,397 

238 


13 






14 




259 
184 


318 
154 1 




15 




57 


16 




17 


616 


27 | 


513 


1,156 




115 
72 


I 


18 








8 
28 


19 


138 


33 1 




171 


i 




10 


20 






21 


78 

104 

933 

6,102 

1,094 


1 




79 

104 

933 

6,219 

1,150 


21 

83 

576 

2,920 

384 




21 

83 

651 

3, 152 

388 


12 

65 

182 

2,045 

168 

1 

114 

36 

72 

1 

5,618 

1,456 




48 

4 

4 

837 

71 


22 








23 






75 

232 

4 




5 
385 
16 
15 
2 
2 
30 


24 


35 


82 

56 




25 




26 






27 


1,216 
1,913 
6,451 
1,192 
8,197 
7,991 






1,216 
2, (KM 
6,711 
1,261 
8,732 
8,522 


245 
874 
1.673 
1,001 
4,891 
1,312 




245 
956 
1,728 
1.068 
5,181 
1,429 


7 
35 

165 

184 

1,885 

794 


28 




91 

260 

59 

489 

496 


82 
55 

67 

285 I 

88 




29 






30 


10 

46 
35 




31 


5 
29 


509 
282 


32 
33 


65,629 


362 


2,906 


68,897 


29, 691 


1,610 


327 


31,628 


16,063 


3,541 


9,740 




498,973 


10,464 


19.357 [ 


528,794 


313,120 | 


41,758 


2, 108 | 


356, 986 


1.54,280 j 42,762 


176,264 





•J:!4 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Office 

classifi- 
cation. 



9 
10 

11 
12 
l:( 
14 
15 
16 
17 
1$ 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



Agent. 



Agent causing injury (excluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 



Knife 

Pistol ball 

Rifle ball 

Cutting and piercing instruments (others) . 

( )ther military agents 

Sinking ships 

Air machines 

Automobiles 

Motorcycles 

Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



Total 

officers 
and 

enlisted 
men, 

Ameri- 
can 

troops. 



Total enlisted men, American troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. 



Splinters 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

stones 

Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted . 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



49,1S5 

165,285 

318, 732 

236,828 

470,092 

231 

119,713 

321,219 

236, 236 

178,495 

27, ISO 

203,237 

247,256 

824 

273, 509 

2,622 

, 182, 252 

13,818 

23,439 

39, 278 

31,532 

12,276 

68 

52,301 

19,448 

1,604 

!, 546, 716 



48,794 

165,002 

318, 377 

233, 752 

469,638 

231 

119,713 

320, 285 

236, 101 

178,243 

27,056 

202,590 

246,470 

824 

272,017 

2,622 

1,174,717 

13,657 

23, 140 

39,278 

31,448 

12, 13.5 

67 

52,034 

19, 335 

1,604 

2,534,296 



Total . 



73,376 6,744,032 



1,202 

6, 027 

4,200 

4,777 

IS, 230 

27 

52, 936 

24,493 

22, 2SS 

5,361 

1,086 

6, 059 

6,927 

162 

11,929 

18 

61,182 

126 

199 

306 

629 

252 



1,345 
513 



92, 475 



41,599 

138,507 

282, 70S 

202, 378 

390,625 

132 

64,734 

278, 431 

206,608 

156,676 

25,038 

175,948 

225,538 

657 

235, 147 

2,032 

1,018,650 

12, 076 

21,046 

28, 248 

28,093 

8,510 

67 

45,620 

17,0OS 

1,375 

2, 129,043 



Colored. 



5,241 

13,708 

15,212 

18,274 

22,045 

72 

200 

9,705 

3,580 

11,354 

585 

11,946 

7,176 



18,965 
435 

54,586 
1,091 
1,644 
6,886 
2,166 
3,000 



2,642 

1, 157 

127 

153,128 



322,824 5,730,494 304,985 



Color 

not 

stated. 



752 
6,700 

10,257 
8,323 

38, 738 



1,843 

7,656 

3,625 

4,852 

347 

8,637 

6,835 

5 

6,576 

137 

40, 299 

364 

251 

3,S3S 

500 

373 



Total. 



2,427 

657 

27 

159,050 



47,592 

158,975 

314,177 

228,975 

451,408 

204 

66,777 

295,792 

213,813 

172,882 

25,970 

196,531 

239,549 

662 

260,688 

2,604 

1,113,535 

13,531 

22,941 

38,972 

30,819 

11,883 

67 

50,689 

18,822 

1,529 

2,441,821 



Total 
native 
troops. 



391 

283 

355 

3,076 

454 



934 
133 
252 
124 

647 
780 



892 



,535 
161 
299 



84 

141 

1 

267 
113 



319,729 6,421,208 

I 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED HEX BY COTJNTBY. 



235 



Filipino, Porta Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



United Slates Army ir 


United States (includin 


z Alaska). 


United States Army in E 


irone (excluding Russia 


. 




Enlisted men 








Enlisted men. 














Total 










— 


Total 






















officers 












officers 


Officers. 








and 


Officers. 






Color 
not 




and 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlist ed 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


enlisted 










men. 








stated. 




men. 


371 


22, 106 


2,328 


24,434 


24,805 


829 


17,621 


2,671 


744 


21,036 


21,805 


3,116 


44,594 


6,772 


51,366 


54,482 


2,309 


89, 869 


6,225 


6, 700 


102, 794 


1115,103 


2,587 


111,348 


7.107 


118,515 


121,102 


1,383 


158,495 


7,727 


15,938 


182,160 


183,543 


2,441 


116,481 


9, 620 


126,101 


128,542 


2,207 


78, 145 


7,729 


S.209 


94,083 


96,290 


6, 458 


132, 884 


6.203 


139,087 


145,545 


10,549 


243,027 


15,479 


37, 758 


296,264 


306,813 


6 


8 
35, 748 




s 
35. SOS 


14 

62, 284 


21 

25, 991 


80 
28, 223 


72 
140 


1,813 


152 
30, 206 


173 
56,197 


26,476 


00 


14,213 


144,415 


5,177 


149,592 


163,807 


10,070 


128,613 


4,351 


7,628 


140,592 


150,662 


S.395 


74,749 


1,678 


76,427 


St, 822 


13, SOS 


127,907 


1,643 


3,617 


133,167 


116.975 


1,797 


60, 791 


4,045 


64. 830 


66,633 


3, 553 


92, 151 


7,027 


4,852 


101,030 


107, 5S3 


931 


19,011 


432 


19,443 


20, 374 


155 


4,672 


91 


341 


5,101 


5.259 


1,795 


51,634 


3,117 


54, 751 


56, 546 


4,245 


121,784 


8,338 


8,632 


138, 754 


142,999 


4,628 


147,318 


4,964 


152,282 


156,910 


2.15S 


73,478 


1,139 


6,803 


81,420 


S3, 578 


5 
6,077 


473 
124,460 




173 
131,483 


478 
137,560 


157 
4,996 


94 
102, 523 




5 
6,567 


99 

119,812 


256 
124,838 


7,017 


10,752 


1 


1,264 


23 


1,287 


1,288 


12 


538 


412 


137 


1,087 


1,099 


32, 599 


491,177 


23,297 


517,474 


550, 073 


26.67S 


483,016 


28,481 


39,868 


551 , 365 


578.013 


126 


8, 650 

11,518 


719 


9, 369 


9, 495 




3,142 


314 


364 


3,820 


3,820 


163 


429 


11,947 


12,110 


34 


S,739 


1,073 


251 


10,063 


10.097 


129 


9, 439 


3,775 


13,214 


13,343 


168 


14,419 


3,076 


3,604 


21.099 


21.267 


524 


22,017 


1,863 


23, 880 


24,404 


94 


5.24S 


298 


556 


6,102 


6,196 


27 


3,328 


879 


4,207 


4,234 


225 


4,814 


2,064 


373 


7,251 


7. 176 




61 
20, 825 




61 
22, 062 


61 

22.S5II 




6 
23,223 






6 
26,963 


6 
27.517 


788 


1.237 


554 


1,347 


2, 393 


404 


S.Sli!) 


'427 


9,296 


9, 700 


103 


7,628 


723 


638 


S.9M1 


9, 092 


70 


889 
1,015,353 


59,038 


944 
1,074,391 


1,(11 i 
1,116,480 




452 
1,045,521 


56 
87,188 


27 
15S.64S 


535 
1 . 291 , 357 


535 

1.339.131 


42,089 


47.777 


156,218 


2,682,416 


150,322 


2, 832, 738 


2, OSS, 956 


158,076 


2,863,428 


198,416 


316,496 


3,378,340 


3,536,416 



i Uliee 
classifi- 
cation. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
S 
9 
in 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



236 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 52. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored,. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. * 





Agent. 












American troops in other 


Office 


Officers, 

other 
countries. 


Philippine Islands. 




Hawaii. 




Panama. 


classify 
cation. 


White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


i 


Agent causing injury (excluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 


2 

602 

230 

129 

1,223 


518 
730 
239 
1,445 
394 


152 

619 

43 

673 

3 


670 
1,349 

282 
2,118 

397 


546 

306 

552 

1,254 

274 

11 

19 

2,394 

2,450 

428 

43 

429 

1,626 


83 
101 

121 
179 
134 

111 

250 


629 

407 

673 

1,433 

408 

11 

19 

2, 505 

2,700 

428 

43 

452 

1,635 


469 

Ml 

764 

2, 57S 

l,23fi 




Pistol ball 




Rifle ball 


4 








469 

20S 

85 

11 








31 

1,286 

345 

225 






562 
363 
111 
441 
354 
545 

89 
1,677 

81 
5,229 

23 
131 


57 
9 
66 


619 

372 

177 

441 

819 

1,590 

89 

2,788 

81 

7,161 

72 

250 


9 
10 




11 






12 




19 

141 


465 
1,045 


23 
9 


501 
1,252 


13 




14 




15 
16 


Crushing 


856 

5 

1,905 


1,111 


2,540 
35 

7,889 

97 

255 


64 

622 
9 
15 


2, 6(M 
35 

8,511 
106 
270 


2, 174 

7,757 
42 
244 


17 


Falls 


1,932 
49 
119 






19 




2 
9 
11 


20 




21 


50 
43 


4 

36 


54 

79 


45 
68 


1 

1 


46 
69 


190 
57 


22 




23 








24 




3 
6 

5 
2,009 


i95 

48 

29 

10,579 


57 

7 

15 

3, 987 


252 

55 

44 

14, 566 


393 

148 

3 

16.6S0 




393 

148 

4 

IS, 782 


318 
179 


25 






26 




1 
2,102 


27 




12,400 




Tot al 




8,530 


23, 876 


10,449 


34,325 


38, 485 


3,826 


42,311 


32, 969 























DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BV COUNTRY. 



237 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



countries (enlisted men 


. 












Native troops (enlisted men). 




I 

Oilier countries and not sta 


ed. 




Trans 


ports. 




Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


Port o 
Ricans. 


Office 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Color not 
stated. 


Total. 


classifi- 
cation. 


102 
1,665 
9, 606 
1,505 

8,003 

2 

668 

752 

058 

2,394 
820 

1,231 

1,223 




8 


170 

1,710 

9, 925 

1,018 

9, 010 

2 

608 

789 

000 

2,394 

865 

1,239 

1,274 


177 

422 

1,704 

970 

4,807 

31 

45 

409 

130 

576 

45 

15 

90 

1 

083 


7 




1S4 

422 

1 , 85S 

1,044 

5,000 

31 

45 

409 

130 

792 

74 

15 

96 

1 

704 


253 

74 

142 

2,230 

219 


02 


70 
209 
207 
734 
222 


l 


51 




2 


319 

109 
980 


154 

09 
199 






100 

13 


;i 


4 
27 


5 


4 
5 





















7 


9 


28 
8 






157 
14 
34 

121 
181 
010 


300 
101 
130 
3 
120 
31 


477 
17 

88 


s 






9 




210 
29 




111 


33 
3 
19 




5 

32 




11 




340 
133 


12 






13 






14 


1,084 

114 

10, 770 

116 

66 

4,372 

370 

17 




9 


1,093 

114 

10, 975 

116 

60 

4, (Ml 

374 

17 


21 




720 


76 


90 


15 






16 


6 


199 


9,812 



93 

18 

173 

183 


248 


232 


10, 292 



101 

18 

173 

203 


3,905 
40 
173 


1,043 
115 
32 


2,527 



94 


17 
18 




8 




19 


35 


234 
4 




20 






37 

so 


21 
20 


26 
41 

1 
14 

5 


21 




20 




22 






23 


492 
87 




30 
19 


522 

lot; 


174 

49 

2 

9,004 


1 


4 


179 

49 

2 

9,788 


181 
64 


72 
44 


24 




25 








26 


19, 440 


175 


910 


20, 537 


638 


80 


0,750 


1,243 


4,427 


27 


65, 029 


302 


2, 906 


OS, 897 


29, 091 


1,010 


327 


31,028 


18,063 


3,541 


9. 7 10 





238 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, while, colored,} 

RATIOS PER l.OOO.o > 



Total of mean annual strengths for the war period 



Total United States Army. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 

cation 
Xo. 



Cause. 



10 

12 

14 

17 

IS 

19a 

19b 

19c 

19d 

19c 

!9f 

19g 

19h 

19i 

19 

19k 

191 

19m 

19n 

19o 

19p 

20a 

20b 

20c 

22 

23 

24 

25 a 

25b 

26 

27 

47 



28a 

2sb 
29 
30-35 



3" 

38a 
38b 



36 
33-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 



I. Infectious diseases {excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers fall ) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Asiatic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others'; 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid R 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench' fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogcnes eapsulatus infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Beriberi 

Acute art icular rheumatism 



II. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis 

Tubereulosis'(others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal diseases. 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection. 
Conococcus infection. 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors. 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout. 



Scurvy 

Diabetes, nielli tus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



4,128,479 


4,092,457 


200,382 


3,599,527 


286,548 


3,886,075 


36,022 


Total 


Total 




Total enlisted men 


American 


1 


officers 


officers 






troops. 






and 


and 
enlisted 


Total 








Total f 
native 


enlisted 








men, 


men, 


officers. 








troops. 


including 
native 


Ameri- 
can 




White.*) 


Colored. 


Total. 


| 


troops. 


troops. 










j 


0.07 


0.07 


0.06 


0.07 


0.04 


0.07 


0.00 


.00 


.00 

.12 


.00 
.07 


.00 

.12 


.00 
.15 


.(X) 
.12 




.13 


1.23? 

."■ 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.02 


1.25 


1.25 


.10 


1.31 


1.02 


1.31 


1.0? 1 


.33 


.33 


.11 


.36 


.1)4 


.35 


.00 


.00 


.00 
.21 


.00 
.10 


.00 
.22 


.00 
.05 


.00 
.22 




.21 


.00, 
5.0! ' 


7.09 


7.10 


4.25 


6.90 


8.79 


7.25 


.00 


.00 
.OS 




.00 
.08 




.00 
.08 


.111 


.0!) 


.12 


. OB 


.19 


.00 












.02 i 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.00 


.U7 


.07 


.02 


.07 


.02 


.07 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.(X) 


.00 


.00 


.0(1 


.05 


.05 
.00 


.02 
.00 


.05 
.00 


.09 

.00 


.00 
.00 





.(10 


.oil 1 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.06 


.02 


.13| 


.14 


.14 


.06 


.15 


.05 


.14 


•1" 


.IS 


.18 


.OS 


.IS 


.22 


.IS 


.01 


2. 58 


2.59 


.50 


2.30 


6.28 


2.71 


.72 1 


.01 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.10 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.03 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.10 


.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.00 

.11 




.00 




' 


.00 


i 


.02 


1 


.00 




.10 


.22 


........ 

.07. 


.06 


.0(1 


.01 


.07 


.04 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.0? 


.03 


.02 


.61 


.11(1 


.00 


.01) 


.110 


.00 


.00 


.ool 


.(III 


.00 
.00 

.0(1 


.01) 










.(HI 


.00 
.00 


.(XI 
.00 


.00 
.00 




.00 


.00 


.80 


.00 


.00 
.00 
.07 
.00 




.011 

.00 
.06 

.00 




.011 
.(X) 
.07 
.0(1 


.0(1 




.00 

.OS 
.01 


.00 ! 


.06 


.01 
.00 




.00 


.112 


.00 


.00 
.00 
.40 




.00 


.(X) 


.00 


.00 


.(HI 


.00 
.16 


.25 


.39 


.40 


.34 


.41 


,0 


2.25 


2.25 


2.97 


2.10 


3.52 


2.21 


1.55 


.13 


.13 


.12 


.12 


.28 


.13 


.02 


.1)1 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.05 


.01 


.01 


.12 


.12 


.09 


.11 


.31 


.12 


.10 


2.51 


2.51 


3.18 


2.33 


4.16 


2.48 


1.67 


1.2S 


1.2S 


.48 


1.02 


4.80 


1.32 


1.01 


.65 


.65 


.12 


.53 


2.41 


.68 


.48 1 


2. 59 


2.60 


.81 


2.42 


5.44 


2.69 


l.M , 


4.52 


4.53 


1.41 


3.96 


12. 65 


4.69 


3.33 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.20 


.20 


.07 


.21 


.10 


.21 


.01 
.08 ' 


.11 


.11 


.08 


.11 


.09 


.11 


.S4 


.85 


.58 


.82 


1.20 


.86 


.15 


.00 


.00 
.00 
.03 


.00 


.00 
.00 
.02 


.00 
.00 
.02 


.00 
.00 
.02 




.00 




.03 


.07 


.01 


.10 


.10 


.06 


.11 


.03 


.11 


01 r 


.00 


.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 



a For explanation with respect to clerical errors see Table 52. 
b Includes total strength for "Other countries and not stated." 

Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 

i 

Filipino, Porlo Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



239 



United States Army in United Stales (including A 


laska). 

2,235,389 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 




1 124,286 


1,965,297 


145,826 


2,111,123 


73.728 


1,469,650 


122,412 


1,592,068 


1,665,796 


Inter- 
national 


1 
























Enlisted men. 










Unlisted men 






rlassili- 


r 








Total 
officers 










Tolal 
olficcrs 


cal ion 
No. 














Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 




' 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




white. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.02 


0.03 


0. 05 


0.04 


0.04 


0.11 


0. 13 


0.03 


0.13 


0.13 


l 


, .00 
.09 


.00 
.16 


.00 

.22 


.00 
.16 


.00 

.10 




.00 
.03 


.00 

.04 


.00 
.03 


.(X) 
.03 


.) 


.03 


4 


.00 


.02 


.11 


.03 


.03 


.00 


.(X) 


.(X) 


.00 


.1X1 




.21 


2.10 


1.65 


2.07 


1.96 


.08 


.35 


.36 


.39 


.38 


6 


.11 


.52 


.07 


.49 


.47 


.00 


.17 


.01 


.18 


.18 




.(X) 


.00 


.(XI 


.1X1 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.(X) 


.00 


.00 


8 


f- .09 


.19 


.05 


.18 


.18 


.13 


.27 


.04 


.28 


.28 


9 


3.86 


t.Ht 


10.13 


7.75 


7. 53 


5. 14 


6.50 


8.22 


7.16 


7.07 


10 
12 


i -'io 


.04 


.06 


.04 


. 05 


.10 


. 11 


.05 


.13 


. 13 


11 


.04 


. 05 


.04 


.05 


. 05 


.112 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 


Is 


.01 


.07 


.02 


.07 


.06 


.02 


.08 


.02 


.08 


.08 


19l 




.(X) 
.07 


.1X1 
.12 


.011 
.08 


.00 
.07 


.00 

.111 


.00 
.03 




.IX) 
.03 


.(XI 
. 03 


191) 


.03 


.1)6 


19c 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.(XI 


.00 


.00 


.1X1 


.00 


.(X) 


191 


.02 


.02 


.07 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.01 


. 1)5 


.111 


.01 


19e 


.10 


.26 


.09 


.25 


.24 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


19t 


.06 


.18 


.28 


.19 


.IS 


.12 


.18 


.17 


.19 


.19 


19k 


.. r )4 


2.62 


7.04 


2.92 


2.79 


.47 


1.98 


5. 98 


2. 56 


2.47 


19h 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.(XI 


.01 


.01 


.(X) 


.01 


.01 


19i 


.00 


.00 




.00 


.(X) 


.01 


.01 


.1X1 


.01 




19j 
19k 


.00 
.00 


.00 

.0(1 


.1X1 


.(XI 
.00 


.1X1 
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.(XI 
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.1X1 
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.(X) 
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.00 


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191 


.IK) 
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.00 
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.(XI 
.19 


.1X1 
.18 


.02 
.1X1 


.00 
.01 




.1X1 
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.1X1 
.01 




.43 


.01 


19n 


.02 


. 12 


.09 


.11 


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.(X) 


.1X1 


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.00 


.00 


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l!)|i 


.(X) 


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.(X) 


.00 


.1X1 


.1X1 
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.1)0 


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.(XI 


.(XI 
.1X1 
.1X1 


20a 





.(111 


.00 


.00 


.(M) 


.IX) 


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20c 


.00 


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.(X) 


.00 


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.IX) 




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.(XI 


■>■> 




23 




.(X) 

.(III 




.(XI 
.(XI 


.1X1 
.00 




.(X) 
. 15 


.(X) 
.17 


.00 
.16 


.1X1 
. 15 




' .1X1 


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25a 


.00 


.(XI 


.01 


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.(XI 


.1X1 


.IX) 


.01 


.1X1 


.1X1 


251) 





.00 


.01 


.(XI 


.00 
.(X) 
.45 




.00 


.(HI 


.1X1 


.(X) 


26 


.00 






.48 


.28 


.46 


.i7 


.34 


.45 


.37 


.36 


47 


4.19 


3. 05 


4.86 


3.18 


3.23 


1.11 


.98 


2.38 


1.11 


1. 11 


2Ka 


. 14 


.11 


.22 


.12 


.12 


.10 


.13 


.40 


.16 


.16 


28b 


I .(XI 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.08 


.01 


.01 


29 


' .11 


.12 


.33 


.13 


.13 


.06 


.09 


.32 


.11 


. 11 


30-35 


4.44 


3.29 


5.42 


3.44 


3.49 


1.28 


1.20 


3.19 


1.40 


1.39 




.43 


1.28 


7. 68 


1.72 


1.65 


.57 


.68 


2.03 


.85 


.84 


37 


.05 


.48 


3.43 


.69 


.65 


.24 


.50 


1.30 


.58 




38a 


.46 


3.28 


9.26 


3.70 


3.51 


1.43 


1.35 


1.32 


1.47 


1.47 


38b 


.94 


5.05 


20.34 


6.10 


5.82 


2.23 


2.53 


4.65 


2.90 


2. ss 




.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


36 


.08 


.02 


.05 


.02 


.03 


.04 


.4S 


.19 


.47 


.45 


39-45 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.06 


.07 


.09 


.07 


.07 


46 


.49 


.68 


1.11 


.71 


.70 


.79 


1.06 


1.47 


1.13 


1.11 


48a 


.00 


.00 
.00 


.00 


.00 | 
.00 


.00 

00 


.00 


.00 

00 




.00 
.00 

.02 


.00 
.(XI 
. 02 






49 
50 


.08 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.03 


.1X1 


.02 


.02 


.05 


.14 


.03 


.13 


.13 


.09 


.08 


.03 


.os 


.OH 


51a 




.00 
.00 




.00 

.(XI 


.(X) 
.00 




.00 

.(X) 




.i»( 
.(XI 


.(XI 
.00 


51b 

52a 


.00 


.00 




.00 



240 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, whik'( 

RATIOS PER 1,000. ) 



Total of moan annual strengths for the war period. 



Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Typhoid tever 

Typhus fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles , 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough , 

Diphtheria ana results 

Influenza 

Asiat ic cholera 

Dysentery (all) 

Leprosy 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

M cinips 

Parat yphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench' fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes capsulatus infect ion 

Pyemia, surgical 

Ant hrax 

Rabies 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Beriberi 

Acute articular rheumatism 



II. Tuberculosis. 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis. 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 

Tuberculosis (others) 

Tuberculosis (all) 



III. Venereal diseases. 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal i n feet ion . 
Qonococcus infection. 
Venereal (all) 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout 

Scurvy 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 



American troops in other ' 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



16, 995 



4,456 



Philippine Islands. c 



White. 



.18 
.01 
.14 

.HI 



.03 
2.11 



.09 

\'6i' 



.% 
.05 
.32 
.04 



.01 
1.20 
.02 
.66 



.07 

.no 



.03 
.02 
.02 
.03 

. 96 



.03 
.02 
1.13 



Colored. 



1.19 
.00 



.04 
1.22 



.36 
.16 
.51 

1.04 



.ill 
".U 



2.00 
.02 

.IKI 

.23 
2.24 



2.43 
4.04 
5.97 
12.45 



.00 

.01 
.08 
.12 
.00 



.01 
.09 



1.16 

".'62' 



.nl 

"AY 



.n: 



1.05 



.22 
1.27 



1.13 
6.40 
7.46 
14.99 



.02 
.06 
.14 



' Includes troops in China. 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 

olored, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian), Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



241 



'onntrics (enlisted men). 


Native 


roops (enlisted men). 




' 16,161 


3,319 


19,480 


19,688 


14,232 


97, 498 


10,535 


| 108,033 


18,576 


5,615 


11,831 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No 


Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other coun- 
tries and 
not stated/' 




Transports 




Filipinos. 


Hawaiian* 


Porto 
Ricans. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


| 

Total. 








0.47 




0.07 
.04 
.08 
.05 

1.47 
.20 
.00 
.21 
12. 65 
.00 
.46 


0.00 




0.00 


0.00 




0.01 


1 












2 


.05 




.04 


2.35 


.03 
.00 

.49 
.18 
.00 
.08 
1.44 


0.03 
.00 
.41 
.02 

.01 
1.93 


.03 

.00 
.48 
.16 
.00 
.07 
1.49 


1.35 
.08 
.21 

.00 


0.00 


1.64 

.01 

2.47 


4 






5 


.45 


0.48 


.46 

.06 


.23 

.01 


.67 
.02 


6 

7 








8 






.01 

.83 


.03 

2.82 


.00 

2.62 

.00 

.27 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 
3.54 




9 


.82 


.88 


9.67 


10 
12 


.02 




.02 


.10 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.00 

.09 


.15 


14 






17 






.01 


.01 


.04 

.03 


.02 

.00 
.00 
.00 


.00 

.00 


.02 
.00 
.00 

.00 




18 










19a 


01 




.01 






.01 


19b 








.17 
.00 
.03 
.17 
.30 
7.02 
.05 
.07 
.01 
.00 


.01 






19c 








.00 


.03 

.21 

.10 

.01 

1.08 






I»d 


.01 


.13 
.06 

.02 
1.34 


.03 
.17 
.01 
.86 


.00 
.03 
.03 
1.01 
.00 


.02 

.00 

.05 

2.44 


:6i' 

.03 

.04 

1.15 

.00 


.06 
.09 
.05 
.23 


.05 
.31 
.00 

.38 


19e 


.19 
.01 
.76 


.01 
.02 

.18 


19f 
I«g 

19h 
19i 
















191 
19k 








.02 






























191 








.00 

.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 








19m 


.11 


.06 


.10 

.01 
.00 


.02 
.00 
.09 


.02 
.07 
.09 

.00 




.04 
.01 
.72 
.00 


.04 

.01 
.06 


.13 
.01 
.69 


19n 


.02 


.00 

.00 




19o 


.00 




19p 






20a 














20b 






















20c 










.01 


.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 






.00 


22 














23 


.01 




.01 






.00 






24 








.30 


.00 
.00 

.00 




.00 

.00 
.00 






25a 










.05 


.00 


.01 
.64 
.12 

1.46 
.02 


25b 










,00 


26 










.07 
.11 

1.41 
.01 
.02 
.11 

1.56 

.63 

.44 

1.51 

2.58 

.02 
.01 
.11 
.09 


.01 


27 


.05 

1.37 
.06 


.03 
.78 


.04 

1.27 
.05 


.07 

.69 
.02 


.60 

1.91 
.15 
.03 
.24 

2.32 

3.61 
6.85 
4.14 
14.60 

.04 
.02 

6.59 
1.81 


.10 

.23 
.01 
.00 
.03 

.27 

.17 
.10 
.38 
.65 

.00 
.01 
.01 
.10 

.00 


.06 

.25 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.28 

.18 
.12 
.48 
.78 


.09 

.23 
.01 
.00 
.02 

.27 

.17 
.10 
.39 
.67 

.00 
.01 
.01 

. 10 

.00 


47 


2.20 

.00 


28a 
28b 






29 


.06 
1.49 

.71 

.59 

2.96 

4.26 


.15 
.93 

1.52 

.47 

1.88 

3.87 


.08 
1.40 

.85 

.57 

2.78 

4.20 


.08 
.79 

1.04 
1.47 
1.78 
4.29 

.0j 
.01 

.09 
.22 


.11 

2.31 

.48 

.09 

2.25 

2.82 

.03 
.01 
.04 
.23 


.08 
1.56 

1.85 

.74 

2.16 

4.74 

.01 
.01 
.05 
.20 


30-35 

37 

38a 

38b 

36 


.03 




.03 

.07 
.38 
.00 




39-45 


.07 


.06 
.11 




46 


.43 

.00 


.11 


48a 
48b 








.00 
.12 

.20 










49 


.00 




.00 

.04 


.00 

.01 


.00 
.01 




.00 

.01 


.01 

.01 




.01 

.III 

.01 


50 


. 05 


i 


.(K) 




51a 






51b 

52a 

















' Separate strength for white and colored not available. 



242 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers anil enlisted men, white, colored., 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Total United Stales Army. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



52b 
53a 
53b 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55(1 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



60 
61 
62 
63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

661) 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74C 

74fl 

740 

741 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73(1 

Tig 



68b 

68C 
68(1 
68e 
6Sf 
68k 
6hh 
68i 



,.ia 
75a 
75a 
75b 
75c 
75(1 
75e 
751 
75g 
75h 



75J 

75k 

751 

75m 

75n 

75o 

75p 

75q 

75r 



IV. Central distases (others) — Continued. 

Acromegaly 

I.euceniia 

1 lodgkin 's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 

V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 

Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Kuu res is 

Neurosis 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart) . 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted) 

Neuralgia 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 

VI. Mental alienation. 

< ieneral paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering 

Dementia precox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychoneurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 

VII. Eyet and their annexa, diseases of. 

Retractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) .Myopia 

( 4 ) Defective vision (cause not stated) 

Strabismus 

Peiicoma 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis 

Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

< Ilaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 



Total 


Total 




Total enlisted men,. 


American 


ollicers 


ollicers 






troops. 




and 


and 
enlisted 


Total 








enlisted 








men, 


men, 


ollicers. 








including 
native 


Ameri- 
can 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


troops. 


troops. 










0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


n. on 


0.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.no 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.00 


.00 


.IH) 


.00 


.00 


.0(1 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.1X1 


.1X1 


.01) 


.01 


.01 


.1)1 


.1)1 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 
.1)0 
.00 




.IX) 
.IX) 
.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


. ... 


.IK) 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.12 


.12 


.05 


.11 


.13 


.12 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.IX) 


.III) 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.1)1 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.1)1 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.1)1 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.1)0 


.00 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.18 


.18 


.03 


.17 


.33 


.19 


.00 


.1X1 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.20 


.20 


.51 


.19 


.07 


.19 


.05 


.05 


.00 


.05 


. 115 


.05 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.10 


.10 


.03 


.10 


.09 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.13 


.10 


.1)1 


.09 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.1)0 


.01 


.17 


.17 


.13 


.17 


.17 


. 17 


.00 


.04 


.01 


.03 


.05 


.01 


.13 


.13 


. 26 


.12 


.09 


.12 


.1X1 


.00 


.01) 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.06 


.06 


.21 


.05 


.01 


. 05 


. 02 


.02 


.04 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.13 


.13 


.06 


.11 


.1)6 


.13 


.17 


.17 


.01 


.17 


.31 


.18 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


. 35 


.35 


.08 


.36 


.37 


. 36 


.02 


.02 


.07 


.02 


.00 


.02 


.19 


.19 


.29 


.19 


.09 


.19 


■ 01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.11 


.11 


.17 


.11 


.10 


.11 


.13 


.13 


.13 


.12 


.15 


.13 


.Of, 


.06 


.03 


.06 


.03 


.06 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.1)3 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.IK) 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.IX) 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.02 


.05 


•11 


.11 


.06 


.11 


.15 


.12 


> .01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.00 
.01 




.00 
.01 


.00 
.02 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.01 


.05 


.03 


.08 


.04 


.06 


.06 


.04 


.05 


.12 


.06 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 
.1)0 




.00 
.00 


.00 

.1X1 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.IK) 
.05 




.00 
.05 


.00 

.07 


.00 


i .05 


.05 


.05 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



243 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1!)17, to Dec. SI, V.)t9, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army iu United States (including Alaska). 
Enlisted men. 



Officers. 



0.00 
.01 
.01 
01 
.00 
.01 



.00 
.04 
.05 
.02 
.02 
.00 



.05 
.08 
.00 



J)l 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.06 
.01 
.00 

'.'62' 

.04 
.04 
.03 

.~6i' 

.01 

.'oil 



White. 



0.00 
.00 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.00 

.1)1 

,00 

.00 

.1*1 

.10 
.06 
.04 
,06 

.00 



.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
,02 

.III 

.01 
.00 

.03 
,21 

.00 
.18 
.07 
.02 
.08 
.00 
.01 
.15 
.03 
.11 
.00 
.05 



Colored. 



0.00 
.00 
.111 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 



.00 

. 11 

.06 
.01 

.OS 
.i»i 



.02 


.03 


.14 


.07 


.18 


.37 


.ill 


.01 


.44 


.42 


.02 


.00 


.12 


.10 


.01 


.00 


.13 


.12 


.09 


.12 


.04 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.ot 


.01 


.1X1 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.1)1 


.00 


.06 


.02 


.11 


.16 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.IK) 


.01 


.02 


.04 


.00 


.11., 


.10 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.III) 




.05 


.07 



Total. 



0.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 

.III 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.10 
.06 
.03 
.06 
.00 



.00 

.111 

.01 

.1)1 
.1)-' 

.02 

.111 

.00 
.03 
.22 

.00 

. 1^ 

.07 
.02 
.111; 
.00 
.01 
.16 
.04 
. 11 
.00 
.05 



.02 

.1:1 
.20 
.111 
.44 
.02 
.12 
.111 
.13 
.09 



3553—2 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



0.00 
.01) 
.00 
.03 

.'Kl 

.00 
.01 

.IK) 
.00 

.IK) 

.09 
.06 
.03 
.06 
.00 



.mi 
.01 
.01 

.1)1 

.02 

.02 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.21 
,00 
. 19 
.07 
.02 
.05 

.IK) 

.01 
.15 
.04 
.12 

.IK) 

.06 



L'nited States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 



Enlisted men. 



officers. 



0.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 



.02 



.07 

. in 
.09 
.111 
.00 



White. Colored. 



Total. 



0.00 


0.00 


.00 


.IKI 


.III' 


.00 


.02 


.01 


00 




.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 




,00 


.00 


.14 


.15 


.08 


.11 


.03 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.IKI 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.01 


III) 




.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.14 


.22 


.00 


.00 


.20 


.06 


.02 


.03 


.02 


■ IK) 


.16 


.1.5 


.23 


.02 


IKI 




.21 


.13 


.03 


.04 


.14 


.11 


.00 




.04 


.05 


.01 


.02 


.14 


.04 


.16 


.27 


.00 


.00 


.28 


.32 


.02 


.00 


.31 


.09 


.01 


.01 


.10 


.09 


.18 


.21 


.09 


.05 


.04 


.02 


.112 


.1)1 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.1)1 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.03 


.1)1 


.11 


.16 


.01 


.ill 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.IK) 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.08 


.06 


.16 


.01 


.IK) 


.IK) | 


.00 


.00 ! 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.06 


.IIS 



O.IK) 
.00 

.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.16 
.09 
.03 
.01 

.00 



.111 

.02 
.01 

.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.112 
.15 
.00 
.20 
.02 
.02 
.17 
.22 
.00 
.21 
.04 
. 14 
.00 
.05 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men. 



0.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.15 
.09 
.03 
.111 
.00 



.111 

.02 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.IKI 

.02 
.15 
.00 
.22 
.02 
.112 
.16 
.23 
.00 
.21 
.04 
. 15 
.00 
.05 



.09 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.HI 
.00 

.111 

.03 
.12 
.01 
.01 

.00 
.02 
.04 
.117 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.06 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



52b 
53a 
53b 

88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



60 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

66D 

66c 

69 

74a 

711. 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74g 



67 

68a 
58b 
68c 
B8d 

6Se 
68f 
6Sg 
(i.sli 
68i 



75a 

75a(l) 

75a(2) 

75a (3) 

75a(4) 

75b 

75c 

75d 

75e 

75f 

75g 

75h 

75i 

.ok 

751 

75m 

75n 

75o 

75p 

i5q 

75r 



244 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 1 

RATIOS PER 1,000. > 




52b 

53a 

88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



60 
61 
62 

63a 

63b 

64 

66a 

66b 

Me 

69 

74a 

74 b 

74c 

71' 1 

74c 

74 f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73(1 

"4g 



67 

68a 

68b 

68c 

68d 

6Se 

68f 

68g 

6xh 

r,M 



ioa 
75a 
75a 
75a 
75a 
75b 
75c 
75d 
75e 
75f 



Acromegaly 

Leucerma. . 

Hodgkin's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



V. Nervous system, diseases of (all) . 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others). 
Apoplexy. 



Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others). 
Epilepsy. 



Jacksonian epilepsy. 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 



Neurosis.. 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea . 



Hysteria and results (psychoses excepted) . 

Neuralgia 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Mental aliejtation. 



a 

751 
75m 
75n 
750 
75p 
75q 
75r 



General paralysis of the insane 

Constitutional psychopathic states. 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering 

Dementia prajcox 

Psychasthenia 

Psychoneurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their anneia, diseases of. 

Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision (cause not stated) 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract. 



Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others). 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis , 

Keratitis 

Retinitis. 



Nystagmus 

Glaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eves and annexa, other diseases of. 



.00 



.01 
.01 
.09 
.00 
.53 
.04 
.03 



.00 



.03 
.01 
.10 



.03 



.07 
.06 
.17 



.27 
.04 



.04 
.04 



.00 



.03 
.01 
.00 



.01 



.00 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.03 
.05 
.21 



.33 
.05 
.00 
.01 



.06 
.07 
.08 
.01 



.09 
.17 
.02 
.52 
.00 
.06 
.01 
.06 
.05 



.10 
.02 
.02 
.05 
.01 
.01 



.02 
.04 
.08 
.02 
.01 



.00 
.07 
.02 
.01 



.01 
.01 



.14 

.06 



.04 
.38 



.11 

.05 
.04 



.10 
.11 
.05 
1.11 

"'."io" 

.08 



.01 



.01 
.00 



.02 
.13 
.02 



.01 
.01 



.09 



.02 

.'6i' 



HAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



245 



Filipino, Porto Mean, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1 , 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



foimtries (enlisted men 


)• 












Native troops (enlisted men). 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 

White. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 


Transports. 


Filipinos. 


Hawaiians 


Porto 
Rieans. 


Inter- 
national 
elassifi- 

cation 
No. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 












0.01 


0.00 


0.00 








52b 








OO 

1 .01 

.02 








00 


I 53a 








.09 


.00 


o.oi 


.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 


00 


53b 


(1.04 




03 




88 






01 




.00 

.00 
.14 


116 








.04 
.02 
.00 

.00 


.00 
.00 




53c 


.00 




.00 ! .03 


.02 




54 






55a 








.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 






55b 












.02 

.02 
.05 
.02 




55c 


.OS 
.03 
.11 
.00 

.00 


1) 05 
.03 
.13 


.OS 05 
.03 .01 
.11 .OS 
.00 | .00 
.00 


. 36 
.09 
.35 
.01 

.00 

.00 
.01 


.03 

.01 


.08 
.00 
.00 


.06 
.00 
.00 


55d 
55e 
56a 


.00 


56b 




.00 




.01 


57-59 












60 






.00 


.00 
.00 
.00 

.oo 

.00 

.0(1 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.02 
.02 
.00 
.07 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 


.00 

.03 
.06 

.01 

.00 

.01 
.00 
.02 


.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.01 
.06 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 

.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.07 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 




.00 




61 










62 








.03 

.04 
.04 
.07 


.00 
.02 

.01 
.01 






63a 


.02 

.02 




.02 ! .02 
.01 


.02 
.01 


.04 
.02 

.00 


63b 




64 






.00 


66a 










66b 


.01 
.14 


.03 


.01 .01 

.12 .04 

.01 

. 05 . 52 
.21 .02 

. (HI . (Hi 


.02 
.31 

.21 
. 05 
.00 

.00 
. 05 


.08 




.07 

.18 


66c 


.02 

.01 


.04 


69 


.08 


74a 


.06 
.23 

.00 


.01 


.06 


.07 


74b 


.14 




74c 




.00 

.00 


74d 






.111 




74e 








.00 




74f 








.01 
.08 

.02 
.OS 
. (15 


.02 
.02 
.01 
.03 


.01 
.10 
.04 
.17 


72 


.111 

.03 
.04 
.01 

.03 

.01 
.13 
.19 
.01 
.36 
.00 
.06 
.01 
.04 
.05 

.07 
.05 
.01 

.01 


. 17 
. 03 
.00 


.11 
.03 
.03 
.01 


.30 

.07 
.42 
.02 
.03 


.01 
.01 
.03 


73a 
73b 
73c 
73d 


.01 


. 03 . 07 

.01 1 .01 
.10 .07 


.01 
.00 


.02 


.01 


.01 


74g 

67 




.38 
.72 
.02 
.49 
.06 
.07 
.05 
.16 
.06 

.39 
.20 
.03 
.14 
.02 
.05 


.01 
.04 
.00 
.21 
.01 




.02 
.11 

.01 
.31 


68a 


.33 
.02 

.09 


.22 
.01 
.31 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.04 
.09 

.07 
.05 
.01 
.01 


.04 
.02 
.41 


.00 
.00 

.08 


.IS 


68b 

68c 


.10 


68d 
68e 




.03 
.04 
.04 

.11 

.02 
.01 
.01 


.01 




.06 


681 




.00 




68k 
6Sh 


.04 

.26 

.nl 
.01 
.01 


.00 
.02 




.02 

.10 

.00 


.01 

.01 
.01 , 


.03 


681 
75a 




75a(l) 
75a(2) 








.02 


.00 




.00 


75a(3) 
75a(4) 
75b 
























.04 

.00 




.01 
.00 
.01 
.14 

.00 
.00 





.00 
.00 
.01 
.13 

.i»i 
.00 


.00 
.Q0 
.02 
.10 
. (12 
.00 


.00 

.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.111 

.00 
.00 


.03 


.00 

.00 

.00 

.02 

.00 

.00 ; 

.00 

.00 

.01 

.00 

.00 

.00 




.01 
.00 
.01 

.15 
.02 
.00 








.00 
.20 

.20 
.04 

.01 






.04 
.23 

.01 

.02 | 

.01 

.02 

.03 

.05 

.01 


.05 
.13 
.01 




.07 


75f 
75g 
75h 






.01 




.01 
.03 
.04 
.07 
.01 
.01 
.07 




.6i 

.03 
.04 
.06 
.01 

.(Ml 


.00 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.(13 
.01 




.01 
.03 
.05 

.01 


75i 
75k 
751 


.04 

.02 


.00 


.02 

.00 


.01 
.16 

.00 




75m 
75n 
750 
75p 
75q 
75r 




.00 




.01 
.05 








.02 
.01 
.01 
.06 


.66 


.05 .01 


.00 


.00 


.00 i 


.01 


.00 


.07 


.02 


.07 1 


.on 


.05 


.6i 


.00 I 


.01 ' 


.01 


.07 



246 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Cause. 



Total United States Army. 



Total 

officers 

and 



Total 

officers 

and 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



enlisted , enlisted 

men, I men, 

including Ameri- 

native can 

troops. troops. 



Total 
officers. 



White. I Colored. 



VIII. Ear , diseases of . 



7«a 
-fib 
76c 
76d 
76e 



86a 
86b 
86c 
86d 
86e 

Mif 

86g 

Still 

86i 



87b 
100a 
100b 
100c 
lOOd 
lOOe 



77 

78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79e 

80 

81a 

81b 

81c 

81d 

82 

83a 

83b 

83c 

83d 

84a 

Ml, 

85a 
85b 
85c 
85d 
85e 
851 
85k 
85h 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 
98 



Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated) . 
Ear, other diseases of 



IX. Nasal fossx, diseases of . 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossae, other diseases of 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal . . . 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from . 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseases of . . . 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitralinsufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency . 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina poctoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 

Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho-e 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative 

Peurisy, serofibrinous 

Pleura, other diseases of 

Gangrene of lungs 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema 

Lungs, other disesases of 



0.01 
.07 
.01 
.00 
.01 



.01 
.09 
.00 

.1)1 

.15 
.01 
.00 
.14 
.09 



.13 
.00 
,90 
.22 
.00 
.25 
.07 



0.61 
.07 
.01 
.00 
.01 



.00 
.01 
.15 

.hi 
.00 
.14 



.13 

.00 
.91 

.22 
.00 
.25 

.07 



.1)1 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.33 


.33 


.03 


.03 


.00 I 


.00 


.22 


.22 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.07 


.07 


.04 


.04 


.IK) 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.(HI 


.00 


.III 


.01 


.41 


.42 


.16 


.16 


.11 


.11 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.00 


.21 


.21 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.06 


.06 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.07 


.07 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


?. 18 


2.19 


.82 


.82 


1.23 


1.23 


.18 


.18 


.15 


.16 


. 25 


.25 


.00 


.00 


. 13 


.13 


.01 


.01 


.02 


! .02 



Total. 



0.63 
.07 
.01 
.00 
.01 



.01 
.09 I 
.00 
.01 
14 
.01 
.00 
.14 
.08 



.01 

.1)1 

.32 
.03 

.00 
.22 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.06 
.04 
.00 
.00 

.hi 

.00 
.00 
.91 
.39 
.17 
.11 
.02 
.00 
.19 
.01 
.00 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.01 
.00 



0.36 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.01 



.09 
.00 
.78 
.08 
.00 
.19 
.02 



.00 

.111 

.02 
.01 
.10 
.06 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.54 
.iir, 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.51 
.02 
.00 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.07 
.01 
. 00 



2.09 


2.80 


.74 


1.73 


1.02 


4.19 


.18 


.22 


.15 


.23 


.24 


.44 


.00 




.12 


.19 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 



Total 
native 
troops. 



0.62 
.07 
.01 
.00 
.01 



.00 
.01 
.14 

."I 
.00 
.14 



.13 
.00 
.92 
.21 
.00 
.25 
.07 



.ill 
.01 
.33 
.03 
.00 
.23 
.05 
.01 
.00 

.III) 
.1)1 

.02 
.01 
.06 
.ill 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.42 
.17 
.11 
.02 
.00 
.22 
.01 
.00 
.06 
.00 

.IX) 
.07 
.01 

.01 



I). I! 

.01 
.02 

.00 
.01 



.00 
.01 

.00 
.02 
.03 

.(«) 
.00 
.08 
.00 



2.20 


1.20 


.84 


.24 


1.27 


.49 


.19 


.02 


.16 


.01 


.26 


.08 


.(HI 





.13 


.22 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 



t Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



247 



1 Filipino, Porto Riean, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

I RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 








Enlisted men. 




Total 
officers 




Enlisted men 




Total 
officers 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 


















es! ion 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


No. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.29 


O.fiO 


0.29 


0.58 


0.57 


0.52 


0.71 


0.47 


0.72 


0.71 


76a 


.03 


.08 


.04 


.08 


.OS 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.07 


.07 


76b 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


76c 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


76d 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


76e 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


86a 


.23 


.12 


.01 


.11 


.12 


.09 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.05 


86b 




.00 

.01 




.00 
.01 


.00 
.02 




.00 
.01 




.00 
.01 


.00 

.01 


86c 


.04 


.02 


.02 


.oi 


86d 


.22 


.12 


.08 


.12 


.12 


.53 


.18 


.16 


.19 


.20 


86e 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


S6f 


.00 

.17 


.00 
.21 


.00 

.14 


.00 
.20 


.00 

.20 




.00 

.07 




.00 

.07 


.00 
.07 


86g 


.07 


.08 


86h 


.00 


.15 


.32 


.16 


.15 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


86i 


.12 


.11 


.08 


.11 


.11 


.20 


.17 


.11 


.18 


.18 


87a 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


87b 


.84 


1.24 


1.06 


1.23 


1.21 


.57 


.53 


.52 


.56 


.56 


100a 


.59 


.30 


.11 


.29 


.31 


.23 


.12 


.05 


.12 


.13 


100b 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


100c 


.27 


.33 


.28 


.32 


.32 


.19 


.14 


.10 


.17 


.17 


lOOd 


.11 


.06 


.02 


.05 


.06 


.20 


.09 


.03 


.09 


.09 


lOOe 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


77 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


78 


.14 


.38 


.56 


.39 


.37 


.25 


.26 


.43 


.28 


.28 


79a 


.02 


.04 


.05 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.02 


.04 


.02 


.02 


79a( 1 ) 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


79a(2) 


.09 


.26 


.38 


.26 


.25 


.16 


.18 


.33 


.20 


.20 


79a(3) 


.01 


.06 


.09 


.08 


.06 


.02 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


79a(4) 


.01 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 


.02 


.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 


.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


79a(5) 
79a(6) 
79a(7) 


.00 

.01 


.00 
.01 




.00 
.02 




.00 
.02 


.00 
.02 


.02 


.02 


79a(S) 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


79b 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


79c 


.10 


.07 


.11 


.08 


.08 


.15 


.05 


.09 


.05 


.06 


79d 


.01 


.04 


.06 


.04 


.04 


.02 


.03 


.06 


.03 


.03 


79e 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


80 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


81a 


.08 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.05 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


81b 




.00 


.01 


.00 


00 


. 00 


.00 
.00 
.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


81c 
81 d 




.00 

.01 


.00 
.01 


!oo 

.01 


.00 
.01 


.01 

.00 


!oo 

.00 


!oo 

.01 


.02 


.01 


82 


.42 


.32 


.56 


.34 


.34 


.47 


.52 


.57 


.55 


.55 


83a 


.07 


.22 


.06 


.21 


.20 


.05 


.12 


.04 


.12 


.12 


83b 


.07 


.14 


.08 


.13 


.13 


.04 


.09 


.04 


.08 


.08 


83c 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.00 


.02 


.02 


8Sd 




.00 

.21 


.00 
.69 


.00 

.25 


.00 

.24 




.00 

.15 




.00 
.17 


.00 

.17 


84 a 


.11 


.15 


.34 


84b 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


85a 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


85b 


.02 


.08 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.06 


.04 


.05 


.04 


.05 


85c 


.00 
.00 
.02 


.00 
.00 
.08 


.00 
.00 
.09 


.00 
.00 
.08 


.00 
.00 

.07 




.00 
.00 
.07 


.00 


.00 
.00 
.07 


.00 
.00 

.07 


85d 




85e 


.04 


.06 


85f 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


85g 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


85h 


1.60 


1.84 


2.87 


1.91 


1.89 


2.70 


2.56 


3.07 


2.75 


2.75 


89-90 


.32 


.62 


1.50 


.68 


.66 


.87 


.96 


2.22 


1.13 


1.12 


91 


.35 


1.23 


4.55 


1.46 


1.40 


.63 


.80 


4.19 


1.11 


1.09 


92a 


.07 


.22 


.25 


.23 


.22 


.11 


.14 


.20 


.15 


.15 


93a 


.08 


.11 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.14 


.21 


.34 


.22 


.22 


93b 


.15 


.23 


.40 


.24 


.24 


.18 


.25 


.54 


.30 


.29 


93c 




.00 
.14 




.00 
.14 


.00 
.14 




.00 

.10 




.00 

. 11 


.00 
.11 


95 


.07 


.22 


.11 


.17 


96 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


97 


.04 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.02 


98 



248 



MEDICAL AXD CASl-ALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers anil enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter 
national 
classlfl 

cation 
No. 



76a 

76b 
76c 
7'i-l 
76e 



sr.a 
86b 
86c 
86d 
86e 
86( 
86g 
86h 
86i 



87a 
87b 
100a 
100b 
100c 
lOOd 
lOOe 



77 

78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79c 

81a 

81b 

Sid 

82 

83a 

83b 

83c 

83d 

Mb 

85a 
85b 
85c 
85d 
85e 
85f 
S5g 
85b 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
96 
97 
98 



Cause. 



VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated) 

Ear, other diseases of 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



IX. Nasal fossx, diseases of '. 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hvpertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossa', other diseases of 



0.11 
"."62 

""."oo" 



X. Throat, diseases of '. 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal . . 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal . 
Pharynx, other diseases of . . . 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 

Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis amd myocardial insufficiency 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative... 
Pleurisy, serofibrinous. . . 
Pleura, other diseases of. 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of. 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



0.31 
.01 
.08 



.08 
.00 



.01 



.32 
.09 



.15 
.04 



.15 
.02 



.00 



1.01 
.-'il 
.22 
.00 

.IK) 

.06 
.12 

.mi 
.02 



.02 



Colored. 



1.14 
.07 
.23 



.09 
.18 
.05 

.01 !. 

.03 I 



0.46 

"."6i 

"Vo9 



.13 
.01 



.52 
.10 



.03 



.05 
.02 



.19 
.05 



.40 
.08 



.54 
.02 



.00 
.00 



.04 
.00 



.34 
.07 
.11 
.32 
.11 
.07 
.15 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 

1 Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

i RATIOS PF.R 1,000. 



249 





countries (enlisted men) 














Native troops (enlisted men). 






Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other 

countries 

and not 

stated. 




Transports. 




Filipinos. 

0.02 
.00 
.02 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Iticans. 

0.24 
.03 

.02 
.(H) 
.00 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 


1 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


f 


0.15 

.01 
.01 
.02 
.02 

.04 
.09 
.01 
.13 
.08 
.00 


0.07 

.02 
.00 


0.14 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.02 

.04 
.08 
.01 
.12 
.07 
.00 


0.36 
.03 

.06 
.01 
.00 

.00 
.17 
.00 
.02 
.04 
.01 


1.49 
.09 
.02 

.02 

.00 

.11 


0.10 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 


0.05 

.01 


0.10 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 


0.16 


7fia ra 
76b 




.02 


76c 
76d 




.00 





.01 




76e 




.00 
.01 






.02 


.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.04 


86b in 


> 


.08 
.03 
.00 


.03 
.31 
.00 


.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 

.02 


.01 
.00 


.01 

.02 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 

.02 


.06 
.02 


.04 

.06 
.01 


86d 
86e 
86f 






.01 

.00 


86g 
S6h 




.06 
.00 

.05 


.07 
.01 

.02 


.06 

.00 

.04 


.08 

.00 

.01 
.00 
.49 
.12 


.21 

.03 

.42 
.04 
2.38 
.26 
.02 
.31 
.30 

.01 
.03 

.77 
.04 


••.or 


.07 
.00 

.03 


.14 

.00 

.05 




.01 


.02 


87a 




.62 
.25 


.39 
.14 


.58 
.23 


.26 

.03 


.15 


.25 
.02 


.13 
.02 
.00 
.08 

.01 

.00 


.16 

.02 


.23 

.08 


100a 






100c 
lOOd 
1008 




.14 

.02 


.13 

.00 


.14 
.02 


.05 

.01 


.04 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.07 
.00 


.01 


.03 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.06 
.00 


.07 

.00 


.13 
.02 

.00 














.00 
.01 








.39 

.03 


.12 

.09 


.34 

.04 


.07 
.02 


.06 


.39 

.01 


.16 
.04 
.00 
.07 
.00 
.03 
.00 


79a 

79a(l) 

79a(2) 

79a(3) 

79a(4) 

79a(5) 

79a(6) 

79a(7) 

79a(8) 










.28 
.05 
.03 
.01 


.03 


.24 
.04 
.02 
.01 


.02 
.01 

.01 


.64 

.08 


.05 
.00 
.00 


.01 


.05 
.00 
.00 


.05 

.01 
.00 


.39 




















: 




.00 














f 








.01 

.01 
.00 
.10 
.08 
.00 


.01 

.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 




.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 






.01 
.03 
.00 

.01 
.03 




.03 
.00 
.03 

.02 




.02 
.00 
.02 
.01 


.00 
.00 

.00 


.00 








.00 


.00 

.01 
.03 




79c 




.00 




79d 
















.00 








.00 
.05 
.02 


.01 


.00 
.04 
.01 


.00 

.01 












.02 


.00 




.00 


.01 




.00 






















.00 
.03 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.00 
.08 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.06 


.00 
.03 
.01 
.01 

.oo 

.03 
.00 
.00 
.01 

.00 










1 


.20 
.11 
.25 
.03 
.36 
.01 
.00 
.04 


.16 

.02 


.19 
.10 
.21 
.04 
.35 
.01 
.00 
.04 


.22 
.31 
.09 
.01 
1.07 
.00 
.00 
.02 


.69 
.23 
.35 
.04 

.37 
.04 
.01 
.10 


.05 
.03 

.02 


.11 
.01 
.02 


.07 
.03 
.03 
.00 
.86 
.00 
.00 
no 


S3a 
83b 




.10 

.31 


S3d 




.19 

.00 


.03 


84b 














.01 






.00 








.01 

.00 
.01 
.00 
.02 

1.04 
.30 

.43 
.04 
.04 
.08 
.06 




85d 














.01 






.09 




.07 
.00 

.01 

1.09 
.05 
.26 
.03 
.04 
.07 
.25 
.01 
.00 


.02 
.00 


.08 
.00 

.00 

4.05 
.87 

1.77 
.13 
.33 
.41 
.16 


.01 
.00 

.00 

.36 
.14 
.48 
.02 
.03 
.08 
.04 
.00 
.01 




.01 
.00 

.00 

.36 
.16 
.61 
.02 
.03 
.08 
.04 
.00 
.01 


.03 
.00 

.00 

1.73 
.21 
.56 


85f 




.00 
.01 

1.18 
.04 
.26 
.03 
.04 
.09 
.27 
.01 




.00 




85g 
S5h 






.01 

.62 
.03 
.59 




.63 
.10 
.27 


.80 
.02 
.02 


.32 
.32 
1.74 
.02 
.01 
.09 
.05 


89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 




.05 

.01 
.15 


.04 
.06 
.10 
.01 
.01 


.07 
.03 

.42 


.18 
.11 
.38 


93b 
93c 
96 
97 


.00 




.03 


.01 




.01 


1 98 



250 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table .53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, j 

RATIOS PER 1,000. , 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



99a 
99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
11 (la 
110b 
113 
114 
115a 
115b 
115c 
117a 
117b 
USa 
HSb 
118c 



119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122(1 

122a 

123 

124a 

124b 

125a 

125b 

12.5c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127(1 

127e 



142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

145a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

145e 

145f 

145g 

145h 

145i 

145i 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

1450 



Cause. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 

Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Month and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastrocntcroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (unicinariasis, hookworm) 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Gall bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 

XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal) 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal).. . 

XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 

Gangrene 

Carbuncle 

Furuncle 

Abscess 

Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

Na?vu5 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 



including, Amcri- 
native can 

troops. troops. 



0.03 
.00 
.13 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.29 
.04 
.16 
.46 
.05 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.80 

1.20 
.01 
.08 
.29 

.(HI 
• 111 

.05 
.05 

.in 

.IHI 
.111 

.00 
.00 
.01 



.06 
. 11 
,00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.ill 
.05 
.01 



0.03 
.00 
.13 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.29 
.04 
.Hi 
.46 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.80 

1.20 
.01 
.08 
.28 
.mi 
.01 
.05 
.05 
.111 
.on 
.1)1 
.00 
.00 
.01 



.1111 

.14 

.110 

.00 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.03 
.in 
.00 

.111 

.02 

.lit 
.05 
.01 



Total enlsted men, 
troops. 



American 



Total 
officers. 



0.05 
.00 
. 11 
.00 

.11 

.03 
.30 
.10 
.08 
.50 

.IHI 
- < HI 
.01 
.(Ml 
.85 
.78 
.02 
.07 
.32 
.in 
.03 
. 12 
.(17 
.02 

.1X1 

.05 

.IM) 

.00 
.01 



While. Colored. 



0.03 
.00 
.13 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.29 
.03 
.16 
.46 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.80 

1.23 
.01 
.08 
.28 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.00 
.01 



.OS 
.13 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.03 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.05 
.01 
.07 



0.01 
.00 

.11 

.00 
.02 
.00 
. 19 
.02 
.06 
.23 
.04 
.01 
.ill 
.00 
.55 
1.00 
.01 
.14 
.30 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.03 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 



Total. 



0.03 
.00 
.13 

.00 

. II.', 

.01 
.29 
.03 
.17 
.46 
.04 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.80 
1.23 
.01 
.08 
.28 
.00 
.(il 
.05 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.04 

.1X1 

.00 
.01 



.08 

.14 

.on 
.00 

.(HI 

.06 
.02 

.03 
.06 
.03 

.n:< 
.02 
.00 

.01 

.02 
.04 

.05 
.01 



(11 


.00 


111 


.03 


05 


.15 


22 


.20 


10 


.15 


03 


.03 


02 


.09 


01 


.01 


01 


.00 


111 


.01 


03 


.06 


111 


.01 


03 


.03 


01 


.03 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


IK) 


.01 


HI 


.03 


07 


.27 


24 


.24 



251 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 


Inter- 
national 






Unlisted men. 










Enlisted men 














Total 
officers 










Total eiassifl- 
ollicers cation 


















Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Officers. 








and n 
enlisted 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 


0.01 


0.02 


0.02 


0.02 


0.02 


0.08 


0.05 


0.02 


0.05 


0.05 99a 


.00 
.08 


.00 
.06 


.00 
.09 


.00 
.07 


.00 
.07 




.00 
.21 


.00 
.15 


.00 

.22 


.00 99b 


.24 


. 22 99e 


.00 
.09 


.00 
.06 


.00 
.02 


.00 
.06 


.00 
.06 




.00 
.04 


.00 
.02 


.00 
.04 


.00 101 


.15 


. 05 102a 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.(11 


. 01 102b 


.23 


.29 


.20 


.28 


.28 


.42 


.29 


.19 


.30 


.31 102c 


.10 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.11 


.03 


.01 


.02 


. 03 10.5a 


.05 


.05 


.04 


.05 


.05 


.15 


.33 


.09 


.34 


. 33 105b 


.23 


.19 


.14 


.19 


.19 


1.00 


.85 


.35 


.84 


. 84 105c 


.00 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 106 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 107a 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 107b 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


. (XI 107c 


.77 


.80 


.50 


.78 


.78 


.98 


.81 


.51 


.84 


.84 108 


.87 


1.56 


1.46 


1.55 


1.51 


.67 


.88 


.58 


.90 


.89 109a 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


. 01 109b 


.01 


.08 


.19 


.09 


.08 


.11 


.08 


.11 


.09 


.09 110a 


.41 


.37 


.40 


.37 


.37 


.20 


.15 


.19 


.16 


.16 110b 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 113 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.06 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 114 


.11 


.05 


.02 


.04 


.05 


.16 


.05 


.03 


.05 


.06 115a 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.12 


.06 


.03 


.06 


.07 115b 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 115c 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 117a 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.06 


.04 


.03 


.05 


.05 117b 


.00 
.00 

.01 


.00 
.00 

.01 


.00 

.00 


.00 
.00 

.01 


.00 

.00 
.01 


.00 

.01 
.00 


.00 
.00 

.01 




.00 
.00 

.01 


.00 118a 


::::::::::::: 


.00 118b 


.00 


.01 U8c 


.01 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.16 


.11 


.05 


.11 


.11 119 


.13 


.10 


.07 


.09 


.10 


.19 


.19 


.15 


.20 


.20 120 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 122a 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


. 00 122b 


.02 
.04 


.00 
.03 


.00 
.02 


.00 
.03 


.00 

.03 




.00 
.02 




.00 
.02 


.00 122c 


.05 


.01 


.02 122d 


.05 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.02 


.04 


.02 


.02 122e 


.08 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.04 


.16 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.04 123 


.04 


.06 


.07 


.06 


.06 


.10 


.05 


.06 


.05 


.05 124a 


.00 


.04 


.06 


.04 


.04 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 124b 


.02 


.04 


.12 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 125a 


.01 


.01 


.04 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.03 


.02 


.02 125b 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 125c 


.04 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.06 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 126 


.01 


.02 


.06 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


. 01 127a 


.03 


.03 


.08 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.04 


.04 


.04 


. 04 127b 


.02 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.07 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.04 


. 04 127c 


.00 


.02 


.05 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


127d 


.04 


.08 


.10 


.08 


.08 


.06 


.07 


.13 


.08 


.08 


127e 


.01 
.04 


.00 
.02 


.01 
.01 


.00 
.02 


.00 
.02 




.00 
.04 


.01 
.01 


.00 
.04 


.00 
.04 


142 


.05 


143a 


.09 


.16 


.04 


.15 


.14 


.08 


.14 


.04 


.14 


.14 


143b 


.11 


.20 


.28 


.21 


.20 


.15 


.18 


.18 


.19 


.19 


144a 


.10 


.16 


.12 


.16 


.16 


.09 


.14 


.07 


.15 


.14 


144b 


.01 


.04 


.02 


.04 


.04 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


145a 


.02 


.11 


.03 


.10 


.10 


.02 


.06 


.01 


.06 


.06 


145b 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


145c 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


145d 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


145e 


.05 


.06 


.03 


.06 


.06 


.09 


.07 


.02 


.07 


.07 


1451 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


145g 
145h 


.02 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.05 


145i 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


145j 

145k 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


1451 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.04 


.04 


.01 


.04 


.04 


145m 


.12 


.17 


.05 


.16 


.16 


.44 


.39 


.11 


.43 


.43 


145n 


.13 


.22 


.33 


.23 


.23 


.19 


.24 


.16 


.26 


.26 


1450 



3553- 



-18 



252 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, j 



KATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
es! inn 
No. 



Cause. 



American troops in other ] 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



99a 
99b 

99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
10S 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 
113 
111 
115a 
115b 
115c 
117a 
117b 
118a 
lisb 
use 



119 

120 

122a 

122b 

122c 

122d 

122e 

12! 

124a 

121b 

125a 

125b 

12.5c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127d 

127c 



142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

145a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

145e 

145f 

145g 

145h 

145i 

145j 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

145o 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm). . 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Gall-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal). 



Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of. 
Nephrolithiasis 



Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of. 
Urethritis (nonvenereal).. 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of. 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis. 



Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

\\ arts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal).. 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene 

Carbuncle 

Furuncle 

Abscess 

Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

Nscvus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of.. 



0.00 
".'03 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



.03 



0.01 

".'is' 



Colored . 



.07 



.36 
.03 
.04 

.71 
.114 
.03 
.01 
.03 
1.00 
.54 
.01 

.04 
1.06 
.01 
.00 
.12 
.19 
. 05 
.(Ml 
.(is 



.00 



.02 
.09 



.04 
.02 
.05 
.08 
.03 
.03 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.09 
.02 
.06 



.04 



.38 
.04 
.05 
.36 
.03 
.16 
.01 
.06 
3.75 
.50 



.02 
.59 



.00 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED .MEN BY COUNTRY. 



253 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



•ountrics (enlisted men). 














Native troops (enlist 
Filipinos. Hawaiian:- 

0. 00 0.00 


Sd men). 

I'orto 
lilcuns. 

0.02 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 
White. 


Other 
countries 

and not 
stated. 




Transports. 


Total. 

0.00 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Total. 
0.33 


White. 


Colored. 


No. 


0.00 


O.OU 


0.01 
.01 
.05 


0.00 


99a 






Wli 


.00 


0.05 
.00 


.06 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.37 
.08 
.04 
.17 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
1.47 
.51 
.01 
.04 
.62 


0.34 
.00 

.06 
.03 
.68 
.01 
.67 
.79 
03 
.00 
.01 


.02 


0.01 


.02 


.01 


.03 


.11 
.00 

.03 


9»c 
101 


.03 


. 


.06 
.00 
.27 
.01 
.02 
.11 
.03 
.00 
.01 
01 
.79 
.30 
.06 
.05 
.67 
.02 
.02 
.04 
.10 
.06 
.00 
.04 


.01 
.00 
.05 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.02 


.01 
.00 
.04 
.00 
.01 

.08 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.01 


.10 



102a 


.03 




102b 


.38 
.10 


.34 


.02 
.01 
.00 
.21 


.26 


.19 


.24 


102c 
105a 


.04 
.19 
.00 


.00 

.10 


.07 
.15 
. 18 
.21 
.02 
.03 
.10 
.12 
.00 
.01 
.65 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 


.07 
.00 


.08 
.24 
1.80 
.01 
.00 
.05 
.13 
.60 
.00 
.02 
.62 
. 05 
.02 
.03 
.08 
.01 

.01 


105b 

105c 
106 


.01 






1.09 
.16 
.00 
.01 
.18 
.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 


107a 


.01 


.01 




107b 


.01 




107c 


1.59 
.56 
.01 
.04 
.59 


.86 
.25 

.03 
.05 
.79 


2.16 
1.65 
.02 
.12 
.72 
.00 
.01 
.07 
.11 
.06 


.14 
.09 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 


.08 

.02 

.00 
.01 
.05 


.13 
.09 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 


108 

109a 

109b 

110a 

110b 

113 


.01 

.01 
.07 
.00 


.01 
.20 
.03 


.01 

.07 
.07 
.00 
.00 
.16 


.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 


114 

115a 
115b 
115c 


.01 




117a 


.19 




.10 


117b 






118a 








.00 
.03 

.05 
.07 
.02 
.01 












.00 
.00 

.01 
.09 


U8b 


.01 




.00 

.01 
.13 


.00 

.02 
.21 
.01 


.00 

.01 
.02 
.00 


.00 

.03 
.01 


.00 

.01 
.02 

.00 


.00 

.02 
.06 




Use 


.01 




119 


• H .05 


.OS 


120 
122a 








122b 


.00 




.00 
.05 
.02 
.08 
.04 
.00 
.06 
.03 












.01 

.01 

.02 
.00 
.01 
.00 


.00 

.01 
.00 

.07 


.04 
00 
.04 
.04 
.00 

.02 


122c 


.05 
.02 


.09 
no 


.07 
.03 
.02 
.07 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.06 


.07 
.01 
.07 
.05 
.03 
.03 


.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 


.01 


.00 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 


122d 


.10 .00 




123 


.04 
.00 
.07 


.04 
.00 
.04 


.00 

.01 


124a 
124b 


.03 




.01 


125b 






.00 
.00 
.02 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.22 

.00 
.04 
.37 
.49 
.17 
.06 
.13 
.04 
.01 
.07 
.08 
.03 
.06 
.03 


125c 


.01 




.01 
.03 
.01 
.04 
.02 
.05 


.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.02 




.00 
.00 

.01 

.oo 

.00 

.02 


.01 
.01 
.01 

.on 

.05 

.00 
. 05 
.39 
.33 
.24 
.40 
.08 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.05 
.00 
.03 
.01 


.01 
.07 
.06 
.00 
.02 

.01 
.02 
.19 
.25 
.04 
.08 
.00 
.00 
.05 
.04 


.01 
.04 
.43 
.02 
.09 

.04 
.12 
.41 
.20 
.05 
.10 

.01 
.02 
.04 


.03 


.05 




127a 
127b 
127c 
127(1 
127e 

142 

143a 

143b 

144a 

144b 

145a 

145b 

145c 

145d 

145b 

145f 

145k 

145h 

1451 

115) 

145k 

1451 

145m 

145n 

1450 


.01 .03 
.05 .02 


.00 


.02 
.05 


.03 

.08 


.01 

.02 


.03 




.03 
.29 
.13 
.31 
.19 
.17 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.09 
.01 
.03 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.23 


.03 
.24 
.19 
.32 
.20 
.23 
.00 
.01 
.05 
.14 
.00 
.01 
.08 


.01 
.02 
.04 

.04 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 




.01 

.02 
.04 
.03 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 

.01 
.00 
.00 


.33 
.12 
.33 
.19 


.14 
. 15 
.19 
. 18 


.00 
.02 
.02 


.20 .05 
.01 .00 
.01 .03 








.02 






.09 

.01 


.08 
.00 




.03 .01 
.06 .02 
.00 .00 
.00 


.01 
.03 
.02 


.02 

.00 






.00 
.03 
.06 

.58 


.02 
.03 
.01 
.44 
.46 






.01 


.00 
.00 
.04 
.03 




.00 
.00 
.03 
.02 


.00 
.05 
.03 
.25 


. 10 
.20 


.00 

.on 

.02 
.32 


.02 . 

.03 .01 

.26 .09 






.01 



254 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colore 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Cause. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 

Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joints 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted) 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of 

XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 

Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 

Total 



Total United States Army. 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 



0.05 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.00 
.05 
.in 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.05 
.36 
.01 
.02 
.28 



.02 
1.15 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 

Bites .00 

Burns .08 

Burns, chemical and X-ray .02 

Compression .00 

Concussion .02 

Contusion .41 

Crushing .05 

Dermatitis from traumatisms ! .03 

Dislocation of joint .09 

Dislocation, articular cartilege of knee .04 

Drowning, except suicide .00 

Epiphyseal separation ] .00 

Eyo and annexa, traumatisms of | .02 

Foreign bodies .02 

Fracture, simple 1. 18 

Fracture, compound .46 

Fracture, faulty union ! .01 

Gas, deleterious absorption .03 

Gunshot wounds .01 

Hemorrhage and results .01 

Homicides .00 

Poisoning by food j 01 

Poisoning, other acute ' .01 

Secondary result of injury .09 

Sprain of joint .55 

Strain .OS 

Suicide .00 

Synovitis, traumatic .06 

Wounds, multiple .09 

Wounds, penetrating ■ .13 

Wounds, perforating | .10 

Wounds (others) .63 

Traumatisms (others) ■ .26 

Total I 4. 50 

Grand total 46. 10 



Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 



Total 
officers. 



0.05 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.1*1 
.05 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.05 
.37 
.in 
.02 
.28 



.02 
1.15 



.00 
.08 
.02 
.mi 
.ii-» 
.41 
.05 
.03 
.09 
.04 
.00 
.no 
.02 
.02 
1.19 
.47 
.01 
.1)3 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.09 
.55 
.08 
.00 
.06 
.09 
.13 
. II 
.63 
.26 



.52 



0.04 
.01 
.05 
.02 
.01 
.06 
.01 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.03 
.10 
.00 
.03 
.15 



.01 

.7.'. 



28. 36 



.00 
.07 
.'II 



.06 
.28 
.03 
.03 
. II 
.08 



.00 
.01 
.01 

1.50 
.52 
.01 

.03 
.00 

.01 
.00 

.III 

.00 
.08 
.45 

.08 

.oil 
.09 
.13 
.08 

. I).") 
.38 
.22 



4.29 



32.65 



Total enlisted men, American 
troops. 



White. 



0. 05 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.oil 
.05 
.01 
.1)2 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.05 
.38 
.in 
.02 
.28 



.02 

1.09 



39. 94 



.00 
.08 

02 
.00 
.02 

39 
.05 
.03 
.09 
.01 

.IK) 

.00 
.02 
.01 
1.16 
.45 
.01 
.03 
.1)1 
.00 

.1*) 
.1)1 

.01 

. Ill) 

.54 
.08 
.00 

.m; 

.08 
.12 
.11 
.61 
.25 



4.37 



44.32 



Colored. Total. 



0.07 
.05 
.06 
.03 
.00 
.04 

.IHI 

.02 
.03 

.ill 
.01 
.05 
.28 
.00 
.01 
.28 



.03 

1.60 



59. 85 



3.49 



0.05 
.04 
.06 
.03 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.05 
.38 
.ill 
.02 
.28 



.112 
1.17 



01 


.00 


08 


.08 


02 


.02 


00 


.00 


111 


.02 


33 


.41 


1)4 


.05 


III 


.03 


07 


.09 


01 


.04 


1)0 


.00 


00 


.00 


03 


.02 


03 


.02 


7* 


1.17 


37 


.46 


01 


.01 


01 


.03 


01 


.01 


00 


.00 


00 


.09 


00 


.01 


00 


.01 


II) 


.09 


33 


.55 


06 


.09 


00 


.00 


01 


.06 


07 


.09 


12 


.13 


07 


.11 


63 


.64 


21 


.26 



46.97 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



255 



Filipino, Poiio Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in 


United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 






Enlisted men. 








Enlisted men 






Inter- 
nationa] 










Total 










Total 


classifi- 










officers 










officers 
















cation 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


Officers. 








and 
enlisted 


No. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




0.03 


0.06 


0.10 


0.06 


0.06 


004 


0.04 


0.04 


004 


0.04 


146a 


.01 


.05 


.07 


.05 


.05 


.00 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


146b 


.05 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.06 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.06 


146e 


.02 


.04 


.115 


.04 


.04 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.02 


.02 


147a 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


147b 


.OS 


.05 


.05 


.05 


.05 


.08 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.06 


147c 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


147d 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 , 1476 


.01 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.02 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 | 149a 


.00 


.04 


.01 


.03 


.03 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


149b 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


149c 


.02 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.06 


.08 


.06 


.06 


149d 


.OS 


.34 


.25 


.33 


.32 


.17 


.45 


.35 


.46 


.45 149e 


.00 
.03 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 




.00 

.02 


.00 
.01 


.00 
.02 


.00 149f 


.03 


.02 


149g 


.14 


.30 


.30 


.30 


.29 


.18 


.26 


.28 


.28 


.27 


149h 


.01 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


150 


.64 


1.37 


2.47 


1.45 


1.40 


.97 


.76 


.71 


.86 


.86 


189 


26. Ofl 


44.62 


75.01 


40. 72 


45. 61 


32.55 


35. 75 


47.72 


39. 16 


38.87 
























Office 






















classifi- 






















cation. 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


01 


1 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.06 


.06 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.12 


.12 


2 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


3 




.00 
.02 


.00 
.01 


.00 
.02 


.00 
.02 




.00 
.02 




.00 
.03 


.00 
.03 


4 


:o5 


.09 


.02 


5 


.25 


.34 


.26 


.34 


.33 


.33 


.48 


.44 


.55 


.54 


6 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.07 


.06 


.07 


.07 


7 


.04 


.05 


.01 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


8 


.11 


.08 


.05 


.08 


.08 


.12 


.09 


.07 


.10 


.10 


9 


.04 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.03 


.14 


.06 
.00 

.00 


.01 
.00 


.06 
.00 
.00 


.06 
.00 
.00 


10 
11 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


12 


.00 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.05 


.03 


.03 


13 


.00 


.01 


.03 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.02 


14 


1.23 


.96 


.60 


.93 


.95 


2.06 


1.46 


1.05 


1.53 


1.56 


15 


.34 


.29 


.23 


.28 


.29 


.81 


.68 


.58 


.72 


.72 


16 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


17 


.01 


.02 


.00 


.02 


.02 


.05 


.04 


.03 


.05 


.05 


18 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.00 


.00 


.60 


.01 


.01 


19 


.02 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


20 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


21 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 .01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


22 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.01 .01 


.oo 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.01 


23 


.05 


.13 


.14 


.13) .13 


.07 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


24 


.34 


.46 


.31 


.44 .44 


.65 


.67 


.35 


.72 


.72 


25 


.06 


.08 


.04 


.08 ' .07 


.06 


.09 


.08 


.10 


.10 


26 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 .00 


.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 


27 


.08 


.06 


.03 


.05 


.06 


.10 


.07 


.06 


.07 


.07 


28 


.12 


.05 


.03 


.05 


.05 


.16 


.13 


.13 


.14 


.15 


29 


.04 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.07 


.14 


.20 


.20 


.22 


.22 


30 


.04 


.10 


.08 


.10 


.10 


.05 


.11 


.06 


.12 


.12 


31 


.34 


.58 


.54 


.58 


.57 


.46 


.65 


.74 


.74 


.72 


32 


.15 


.22 


.22 


.22 .21 


.36 


.30 


.28 


.33 


.33 


33 


3.44 


3.74 


2.82 


3.68 3.66 


5.87 


5.34 


4.44 


5.81 


5.82 




30.13 

; = = 


48. 36 


77.84 


50. 40 49. 27 


38.42 


41.09 


52. 16 


44.97 


44.68 





256 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 

Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers, and enlisted men while, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Cause. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of. 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 



Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism excepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis. 



Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 



Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 



Total. 



Bites 

Burns 

Burns, chemical and X-ray. 

Compression 

Concussion 



Contusion. 

Crushing 

Dermatitis from traumatisms 

Dislocation oJ joint 

Dislocation, articular cartilage of knee. 

Drowning, except suicide 

Epiphyseal separation 

Eye and anncxa, traumatisms of 

Foreign bodies 

Fracture, simple 

I'Yacture, compound 

Fracture, faulty union 

Gas, deleterious absorption 

Gunshot wounds 

Hemorrhage and results 

Homicides.. 



Poisoning by food 

Poisoning, other acute 

Secondary result of injury . 

Sprain of joint 

strain . 



Suicide 

Synovitis, traumatic... 

Wounds, multiple 

Wounds, penetrating. . 
Wounds, perforating... 

Wounds (others) 

Traumatisms (others). 

Total 



Grand total . 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



0.02 
.02 
.07 
.04 



.07 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
. 03 



.03 
.04 



.00 
.51 



XVIII. External causes (excluding battle injuries). 



.SI 



.00 
.03 
.75 
.66 



.05 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
. OS 
.19 
.04 



.05 
.05 
.10 
.ill 
.20 
.10 



2.79 



Philippine Islands. 



White 




.03 
.04 
.01 
.03 
.02 
.43 
.01 
.00 
.22 



.00 
1.31 



.01 
.05 
.03 



.03 
.01 
1.02 
.19 
.01 



.01 
.02 



.06 
.02 
.10 
.41 
.08 
.00 
.04 
.05 
.02 
.09 
.90 
. 26 



3.85 



42.51 



.00 
.24 



.00 
1.38 



.02 
.04 
.03 



.04 
.40 
.02 
.02 
.30 



.02 
.1)11 
.85 
.12 
.00 



.07 



.00 

.ill 
.01 

.III 
.'.III 
.11 



.06 
.04 
.03 

.16 

1.95 

.82 



6.42 



44.23 



.03 
.04 
.01 
. 02 
.02 
.34 
.01 
.00 
.23 



.00 
1.32 



38.47 



.02 

.Ml 



.IS 

.111 



.02 

.112 
.00 

. Il.-I 

.02 
.16 

.52 
.09 
.00 
.05 
.05 
.02 
.10 
1.12 
.37 



4.38 



42.85 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



257 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men) 














Native troops (enlisted men). 




Hawaii. 


Panama. 


Other 

countries 

and not 

stated. 




Transports. 




Filipinos. 

0.00 
.01 
.04 
.00 


Hawaiian*. 


Porto 
IUcans. 


i 

C 
( 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 




0.05 
.04 
.22 
.05 
.01 
.08 


0.09 
.01 
.04 
.16 


0.06 
.04 
.19 
.07 
.01 
.07 


0.12 
.00 
.06 
.01 


0.03 
.16 
.04 
.06 


0.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.00 
.00 
.00 


0.00 
.00 
.01 


0.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.06 
.00 
.00 
.02 

.00 
.23 


0.10 

.28 
.10 
.00 


0.01 
.03 
.02 

.01 








.01 


.06 


.07 
.03 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.07 
.26 
1.19 
.00 
.04 
.67 

.01 
2.13 


.02 


.04 


.03 


.01 




.03 
.02 
.04 
.00 
.03 
.65 




.02 
.03 
.04 
.00 

.03 
.58 


.01 
.07 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.27 


.00 


.00 
.02 

.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 


.06 


.01 

.01 




.09 






.01 




.01 

.07 
.28 


.oo 


.00 

.03 
.00 




.01 
.07 
.00 
.00 

.02 

.00 
.22 


.02 
.14 




.02 




.02 
.30 

.01 

l.oo 


.01 

.35 

.13 
.94 


.01 

.31 

.03 
.99 


.01 

.17 

.03 
.73 




.01 
.14 

.00 
.70 


.01 
.11 

.01 
.65 






.04 


.10 

.03 
1.38 




.25 




26.02 


18.86 


24.79 


25.16 


88.54 


7.96 


10.44 


8.25 


20.38 


19.09 


38.56 




.02 
.12 
.02 




.02 
.10 
.03 


.00 
.07 
.06 


.01 
.22 
.03 


.00 
.01 
.00 




.00 
.01 
.00 


.01 
.04 
.01 




.00 
.01 
.01 


c 
< 


.00 
.11 


.00 


.06 










.07 

.34 
.06 

.07 
.10 
.04 


.02 

.19 


.06 
.32 
.05 
.06 
.10 
.03 


.00 
.24 
.01 
.06 
.10 
.05 


.01 
.56 
.06 
.03 
.18 
.21 


.00 
.03 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.01 


.00 
.02 
.04 
.00 
.00 


.00 
.03 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.01 


.01 

.23 


.03 

.15 
.01 


.01 
.27 




.01 

.14 


.01 
.08 


.01 
.06 
.03 




.04 














.02 
.02 
.02 
2.33 
.55 
.00 
.00 
.04 
.01' 




.02 
.02 
.03 
2.05 
.46 
.00 
.00 
.03 
.01 


.00 
.01 
.01 
1.49 
.15 
.01 


.00 

.08 

.04 

2.47 

1.99 










.03 
.02 
.01 
.68 
.16 
.03 




.01 
.07 
.67 
.04 


.00 
.00 
.22 
.11 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.21 
.10 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 


.05 
.01 
.39 
.06 


.00 
.02 
.68 

.12 








.08 
.04 






.22 




.00 
.02 

.01 






.01 

.02 


.03 

.01 






.00 
.01 




.03 




.00 








.03 
.01 
.11 

1.00 
.13 
.00 
.05 
.01 
.00 
.05 

1.08 
.22 


.00 
.00 
.12 
.66 
.09 
.00 


.03 

.01 

.11 

.94 
.12 
.00 
.04 
.03 
.01 
.07 
.99 
.19 


.02 
.01 
.12 
.46 

.07 


.02 
.02 

.18 
1.20 
.22 


.00 
.00 
.02 
.08 
.01 




.00 
.00 
.02 
.08 
.01 


.00 
.01 
.03 
.30 
.02 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.83 
.21 




.01 
.00 
.00 
.19 

.02 










.02 
.06 

.00 


.00 
.19 

.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.01 




.02 
.02 
.01 
.12 
1.13 
.27 


.23 
.39 
1.29 
.24 
1.68 
1.64 


.01 
.02 
.05 
.03 
.14 
.04 




.01 
.02 
.04 
.03 
.13 
.04 


.00 
.01 
.04 
.04 
.44 
.18 




.13 
.05 

.21 
.55 
.06 


.02 
.01 
.02 
.07 
.02 




.25 

.14 




6.52 


3.16 


5.95 


4.59 


13.26 


.83 


.42 


.80 


2.37 

— 


1.73 


2.26 




32.54 


22.02 


30.74 


29.75 


101.80 


s. 79 


10.86 


9.05 


22.75 


20.82 


40.82 





Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
es) ion 

N... 



258 



MEDICAL AND CASCAI.TY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colored, 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 





Agent. 


Total United States Army. 


1 


Office 
classifi- 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 

men, 

including 

native 

troops. 


Total 
officers 

and 
enlisted 
men, 
Ameri- 
can 
troops. 


Total 
officers. 


Total enlisted men, 
troops. 


American 


Total 
native 
troops. 


> 


cation. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


• 


1 


Agent causing injury (txcluding battle injuries). 

(The following are included ahove.) 

Knife 


0.03 
.11 
.21 
.16 
.31 
.00 
.08 
.21 
.16 
12 
.02 
.13 
.16 
.00 
.18 
.00 
.78 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.00 

1.69 


0.03 
.11 
.21 
.16 
.31 
.00 
.08 
.21 
.16 
.12 
.02 
.14 
.17 
.00 
,18 
.00 
.79 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.01 
.00 

1.70 


0.02 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.24 
.00 
.70 
.33 
.30 
.07 
.01 
.08 
.09 
.00 
.16 
.00 
.81 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 

."02" 

.01 
.00 
1.23 


0.03 
.11 
.22 
.15 
.30 
.00 
.05 
.21 
.16 
.12 
.02 
.13 
.19 
.00 
.18 
.00 
.78 


0.05 
.13 
.15 
.17 
.21 
.00 
.00 
.09 
.03 
.11 
.01 
.11 
.07 


0.03 
.11 
.22 
.16 
.32 
.00 
.05 
.21 
.15 
.12 
.02 
.14 
.17 
.00 
.18 
.00 
.79 
.01 
.02 
.03 
.C2 
.01 
.00 
.01 
.01 
.00 

1.72 


0.03 

.02 
.03 
.23 
.03 


1 
• 


2 


Pistolball 




3 


Rifleball 




4 






5 






6 






7 




."«' 

.01 
.02 
.01 
.05 
.06 


' 


8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






13 






14 






15 




.18 
.00 
.52 


.07 


1 


16 






17 


Falls 


.57 
.01 
.02 




is 




.01 .01 
.02 .02 
.02 1 .07 
.02 1 .02 
. 01 . 03 




19 






20 




/ 


21 




.01 

.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 


l 


22 






23 




.00 
.03 






24 




.03 


\ 


25 




.01 .01 
.00 .00 
1.62 1.46 




26 






27 




.91 






Total 






4.50 


4.52 


4.29 


4. 37 a« 


4.53 


2.23 















DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



259 



!, Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



United States Army in United States (including Alaska). 


United States Army in Europe (excluding Russia). 






Enlisted men. 




Total 

officers 

and 




Enlisted men 




Total 
officers 

and 


Office 
classifi- 


Officers. 








Officers. 








cation 










enlisted 










enlisted 






White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


men. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


u. 




0.01 


0.03 


0.04 


0.03 


0.03 


0.03 


0.03 


0.06 


0.04 


0.04 


1 


.07 


.06 


.13 


.07 


.07 


.09 


.17 


.14 


.18 


.17 


2 


.06 


.16 


.14 


.15 


.15 


.05 


.30 


.17 


.31 


.30 


3 


.05 


.16 


.18 


.16 


.16 


.08 


.15 


.17 


.16 


.16 


4 


.14 


.19 


.12 


.18 


.18 


.39 


.45 


.35 


.51 


.50 


5 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


6 


.58 


.05 , .00 


.05 


.08 


.97 


.05 


.00 


.05 


.09 


7 


.31 


. 20 I .10 


.19 


.20 


.37 


.24 


.10 


.24 


.25 


8 


.19 


.10 


.03 


.10 


.10 


.51 


.24 


.04 


.23 


.24 


9 


.04 


.08 


.08 


.08 


.08 


.13 


.17 


.16 


.18 


.18 


10 


.02 


.03 


.01 


.03 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


11 


.04 


.07 


.06 


.07 


.07 


.16 


.23 


.19 


.24 


.24 


12 


.10 


.21 


.09 


.20 


.19 


.08 


.14 


.03 


.14 


.14 


13 


.00 


.00 
.17 




.00 
.17 


.00 
.17 


.01 
.19 


.00 

.19 




.00 

.21 


.00 

.21 


14 


.13 


.13 


.24 


15 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.01 


.00 


.00 


16 


.72 


.69 


.44 


.67 


.67 


.99 


.90 


.64 


.95 


.95 


17 




.01 


.ni 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.01 




.01 


.01 


.01 
.02 


.01 
.02 


18 


.00 


.02 1 .01 


.00 


.02 .02 


19 


.00 


.01 


.07 


.02 


.02 


.01 


. 03 . 07 


.04 


.03 


20 


.01 


.03 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.00 


.01 .01 


.01 


.01 


21 


.00 


.00 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 .05 


.01 


.01 


22 




.00 
.03 




.on 

.03 


.00 
.03 




.00 

.04 .03 


.00 
.05 


.00 

.05 


23 


.02 


.02 


.02 


24 


.01 


.01 .01 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 .02 


.02 


.01 


25 


.00 


.00 1 .00 
1.42 i 1.11 


.00 
1.39 


.00 

1.37 




. 00 . 00 
1.95 1.95 


.00 
2. 22 


.00 
2.20 


26 


.93 


1.78 


27 


3.44 


3.74 


2.82 


3.68 


3.66 


5.87 


5.34 


4.44 


5.81 


5.82 





260 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 53. — Days lost, by countries, including transports, officers and enlisted men, white, colore 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Office 
classifi- 
cation. 



Agent. 



American troops in other 



Officers, 

other 
countries. 



Philippine Islands. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



Agent causing injury (.deluding battle injuries). 
(The following are included above.) 



Knife 

Pistol ball. 
Ride ball. 



Cutting and piercing instruments. 

Other military agents 

Si i i king ships 

Air machines 

A utomobiles 

Motorcycles 

Railroad accidents 

Street car accidents 

Other vehicles 

Animals 

Conflagration 

Crushing 

Electricity 

Falls 

Splinters 

Machinery 

Excessive cold 

Excessive heat 

Stones.. 



Strangulation 

Hot liquids 

Fire, conflagration excepted. 

Poisons 

Other external agents 



Total. 



0.00 
.20 
.07 
.04 
.40 



.16 
.07 
.03 
.00 



.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.85 



o.os 

.12 
.04 
.23 
.08 



.09 
.Of. 
.02 
.07 
.06 
.09 
.01 

• 27 [ 
.01 

.84 

.00 

.02 



.HI 
.in 



.03 
.01 
.00 

1.71 

3.85 



0.09 
.38 
.03 
. 11 
.00 



-'• 



.04 
.01 
.04 



1.19 
.03 
.07 



.00 
.02 



.04 

.00 

.01 

2.45 

6.42 



0.09 
.17 

.1)4 
.27 
.05 



.08 

.05 

.02 

.06 

.10 

.20 

.01 I 

.36 

.01 

.91 

.01 



.ill 
.01 



.03 

."I 

.01 

1.86 

4.38 



DAYS LOST OFFICERS, AND ENLISTED MEN BY COUNTRY. 



2G1 



Filipino, Porto Rican, and Hawaiian, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

RATIOS PER 1,000. 



countries (enlisted men). 


Native troops (enlisted men). 










Other 
















Hawaii. 




Panama. 


countries 
and not 
stated. 




Transports. 




Filipinos. 


Hawaiians. 


Porto 
Ricans. 


Office 
classili- 
cat ion . 




















White. 


Colored . 


Total. 


White. 


Total. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 










0.09 


0.07 


0.09 


0.07 


0.03 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.04 


0.03 


0.02 


1 


.05 
.09 


.08 
.10 


.06 
.09 


.13 
.11 


.33 
1.91 


.01 
.05 




.01 
.05 


.01 
.02 




.05 
.05 


2 


.04 


.00 


3 


.21 


.15 


.20 


.36 


.31 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.33 


.05 


.17 


4 


.05 


.11 


.06 


.17 


1.73 


.14 


.05 


.13 


.03 


.01 


.05 


5 


.00 

.00 

41 

.42 




.00 
.00 
.35 
.38 




.00 

.13 
.15 
.13 


.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 




.00 
.00 
.01 
.00 








6 




.00 
.18 
.05 








7 


.09 
.21 




.02 

.00 


.15 
.05 


.11 
.00 


8 




9 


.07 

.01 
.07 
.28 




.06 
.01 
.06 
.23 


.03 


.46 

.17 
.24 
.25 


.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 


.06 

.01 


.02 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.02 


.01 
.02 


.06 
.00 


.02 

.OS 
.03 

.02 


10 




11 


.02 
.01 


.07 
.17 


.03 l .06 
.09 I .01 

.11 .04 


12 




13 






.43 .05 


.37 


.30 


21 


.01 


15 


.01 
1.34 




.00 
1.20 




.02 
2.11 












16 


.51 


1.08 


.28 


.06 


.26 


.58 .51 


.59 


17 


.02 


.01 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.00 




.00 


.01 .06 


.00 


IS 


.04 


.01 


.04 


.03 


.01 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.03 .02 


.02 


19 










.89 
.07 


.00 

.00 




.00 
.00 


.01 i .01 


.01 


20 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.03 


21 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 


.01 


.00 


.01 .01 


.01 

.00 

00 

.00 

1.03 


22 
23 


.07 

.03 

.00 

2.83 




.06 
.02 

.00 
2.64 


.04 

.02 


.10 

.02 


.00 
.00 
.00 

.25 


.oo 


.00 
.00 
.00 
.25 


.03 .03 

.01 .02 

1.00 .61 


24 




25 


.00 
1.74 


26 


1.73 


3.95 


.17 


27 


6.62 


3. 10 


5.95 


4.59 


13.26 


.83 


.42 


.80 


2.37 


1.73 


2.26 





262 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Adynissions, by months, white enlisted men in 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Monthly strength. 



183,758 



24.5,454 



309,205 



458,817 



582,714 



776,466 



1 

4 

5 

6 

7 

S 

9 
111 
11 
18 
I'U 
1'ib 
19c 
19d 
19e 
191 
19g 
19h 
19i 
19 
19k 
191 
19n 
I'm 
I9p 
20a 
2<)h 
20c 
22 
24 
25a 
25b 
26 
47 



28a 

28b 
29 
30-35 



XT 

38a 
38b 



36 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 

51b 
52a 
52b 
53a 
Mb 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
55d 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



Year, 1917. 



Cause. 



April. 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Typhoid fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others). . . 

Ch icken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Mumps 

1'aratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench "fever 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes capsulatus Infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 



Tetanus. 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



II. Tuberculosis (all). 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 
Tuberculosis, others 



III. Venereal diseases (all). 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection. 
Gonococcus infect ion . 



IV. General diseases (others). 

Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, bengin 

Arthritis 

Gout 

Scurvy. 



Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 

Acromegaly 

Leucemia 

Hodgk in's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spieen. diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases, (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



May. 



Till 
115 



15 

858 

27 

30 

1 



l.i 
164 

lv 

485 
2 



178 

111 

5 

2 



208 
10 



33 



IT. I 
llil 

942 



4 

222 

6 

1,449 

150 

2 

37 

963 

36 

30 



16 
359 

35 
634 



530 

1,050 

5 

4 



June. 



5 
375 

7 

1,555 

170 

1 

67 

511 

62 

37 



July. 



12 

411 

3 

1,000 

118 

1 

Ids 

398 

24 

29 



August. September 



10 
425 

22 

TT1 
1 



289 

22 

754 

2 



45S 
702 



622 

776 

IS 

1 



2 
231 



1 
8 

1,516 

IT'i 
228 

1. 112 



4 


4 


53 


70 


2 




84 


103 


' 


3 



234 
»7 

'J I 



237 

IT.'. 
152 



2,153 

226 

252 
1,675 



3 
20 

3,033 

293 

365 

2,375 



1 

2 
79 

4 
66 

7 



1 

74 



32 

428 

7 

669 

66 

3 

152 

687 

II 

35 



4 

190 

15 

578 



1,325 

1,390 

14 

2 

1 



3 

1 

255 

416 

384 



4 
2S 

4,550 

414 

511 

3,625 



3 

11 

53 

149 

1 



10 



1 
2 

137 
4 

85 
is 
2 I 



3 

6 
299 

7 
224 
94 

1 



Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon General's Office. 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



263 



the United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



"I 1,032,214 


1,061,422 


1,129,065 


1,096,434 


1,095,039 


1,129,223 


1,168,558 


1,197,757 


1,303,746 


1,328,513 


1,281,247 


Inter- 


' 






















national 


Year, 


1917— Contii 


lued. 








Year, 


1918. 








classifi- 
cation 
























No. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 




1 

66 


45 


12 


4 


1 


2 


3 


10 


27 


57 


37 


1 


858 


349 


156 


lis 


117 


233 


287 


567 


813 


919 


761 


4 


► 15 


19 


39 


36 


10 


55 


51 


91 


57 


23 


15 


5 


4,417 


21,265 


11,690 


7,813 


3,094 


2,743 


2,110 


1,621 


2,200 


3, 067 


2, 997 


6 


130 


319 


631 


1,130 


1,099 


1,092 


947 


449 


131 


92 


50 


7 


6 


1 


3 


2 


1 


3 


6 


S 


4 


HI 


5 


8 


300 


401 


349 


424 


434 


531 


607 


356 


160 


HI 


101 


9 


3,488 


6,941 


11,990 


13,515 


9,256 


21,124 


3.5, 714 


10.217 


4,617 


3,848 


3, 994 


10 


62 


57 


32 


33 


13 


47 


48 


79 


127 


101 


74 


14 


53 


108 


194 


257 


204 


151 


145 


87 


49 


34 


24 


18 


28 


131 


84 


232 


351 


341 


250 


166 


104 


64 


91 


19a 


74 


4 

806 


3 

379 


2 
335 




3 

238 


7 
274 


4 
131 


2 

248 


1 

158 




19b 


365 


80 


We 


ii 


2 
40 


I 
81 






1 
68 


3 
53 


2 
72 


17 

25 


5 
29 


7 
31 


19d 


131 


81 


19o 


367 


2,133 


4,313 


2,980 


1,139 


788 


608 


500 


268 


126 


(O 


191 


93 


273 


371 


409 


222 


142 


122 


83 


74 


61 


30 


19g 
19h 


1,683 


4,179 


10,368 


19, 460 


21.092 


13,950 


7,181 


4,136 


2,366 


2,211 


1,SS3 


' 


1 














1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


19i 












1 


1 


19j 
19k 


6 


3 


2 




2 


1 
2 

1,541 


1 




3 




5 








191 


3,093 


556 


753 


603 


488 


1,619 


1,990 


4,014 


2,505 


2,217 


19n 


i. 1,600 


458 


530 


440 


410 


943 


712 


1,299 


1,490 


1,291 


1,228 


19o 


18 


9 


4 


19 


41 


27 


33 


29 


21 


25 


49 


19p 


9 


9 




4 


3 


7 


5 


3 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
5 
4 


1 


1 


5 
2 

1 
16 


20a 
20b 




1 
3 
1 




1 










20c 


' 


1 
3 
1 
3 
5 


1 




5 


11 


27 

1 


22 






21 


1 
3 
3 


2 
2 

7 






1 
5 
7 


2 


2 
3 
11 


25a 


i 

5 


3 

5 


2 
3 


2 
12 


25 b 


6 


26 


667 


641 


1,315 


1,950 


2,020 


1,802 


1,411 


1,063 


664 


503 


397 


47 


1,406 


1,68S 


1,970 


2,414 


1,707 


1,733 


1,229 


1,251 


1,380 


1,078 


1,277 




1,305 


1,572 


1,882 


2,303 


1,619 


1,642 


1,148 


1,154 


1,277 


1,567 


1,160 


28a 


i 






4 
10 


2 
4 


5 

7 


4 
3 


7 
6 


14 
3 


23 
4 


26 

1 


28b 


• 13 


5 


5 


29 


87 


111 


83 


97 


82 


79 


74 


84 


86 


84 


90 


30-35 


14,773 


10,771 


7,763 


6,346 


5,650 


7,813 


9,466 


15,081 


16,693 


18,521 


15,171 




1,924 


1,594 


1,358 


1,385 


1,313 


1,703 


2,021 


2,735 


2,683 


2,949 


2,590 


37 


1,534 


1,131 


922 


549 


559 


594 


543 


786 


636 


758 


575 


38a 


11,315 


8,046 


5,483 


4,412 


3,778 


5,516 


6,902 


11,560 


13,374 


14,814 


12,006 


38b 


28 


33 


32 


46 


48 


30 


29 


44 


67 


88 


71 


36 


10 


14 


15 


17 


20 


17 


19 


20 


19 


25 


25 


39-45 


124 


138 


131 


175 


172 


199 


214 


265 


2S6 


319 


295 


46 


700 


726 


762 


934 


879 


1,030 


972 


929 


907 


1,045 


1,059 


48 


3 

1 
23 


4 

1 

23 


3 

1 
15 


4 




4 


3 


5 


4 


2 




48b 






49 


19 


21 


16 


20 


27 


28 


29 


28 


50 


116 


165 


224 


328 


181 


230 


180 


245 


266 


397 


522 


51a 




1 


1 


1 


1 
1 

1 
2 
3 






1 




1 
1 


1 


51b 




2 
3 

1 
4 


2 
5 
1 
3 


2 


52a 




2 




1 
1 
2 




52b 




1 
3 


1 

3 


3 
1 


53a 


1 


2 


3 


1 


53b 


65 


58 


54 


51 


47 


61 


48 


75 


98 


88 


119 


88 


2 


4 


3 


4 

4 
10 




3 
6 
18 


3 
4 
14 


5 
5 
14 


1 

10 
18 


3 
21 
29 


6 
10 
27 


116 


7 
17 


530 


32 


24 


21 


54 


4 
3 




4 
3 


2 
2 


3 

4 


4 
6 


4 

7 


7 
6 


1 

17 


4 
29 


1 
11 


55a 


2 


55b 


4 


3 


3 


15 


12 


10 


9 


10 


8 


7 


10 


55c 


543 


479 


442 


474 


352 


553 


212 


240 


290 


263 


246 


55d 


5 


13 


13 


791 


567 


426 


353 


362 


280 


234 


88 


55e 


151 


85 


140 


92 


92 


133 


168 


210 


145 


132 


84 


56a 


116 


61 


78 


56 


62 


78 


148 


257 


234 


306 


218 


56b 


1 


7 


7 


9 


3 


3 


7 


9 


9 


11 


4 


57-59 



264 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in tht 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. / 



Inter- 
nationa) 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



1 
4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
14 
18 
19a 

HID 

19c 

19d 
19c 

191 

19g 

l!lh 
19i 
19j 
19k 
191 

19m 

1911 

190 

19p 

20a 

20b 

20c 

22 

24 

25a 

25b 

26 

47 



28a 
28b 
29 
30-35 



Monthly strength. 



37 

38a 

38b 



36 
39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 
52b 
53a 
53b 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
."..it. 
55C 
55d 
55c 
56a 
56b 
57-59 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases (.excluding tuberculosis and 
venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

.Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

I nfluenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

TrencrTfever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogencs capsulatus infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumat ism 



1,321,440 1,313,933 1,255,195 941,219 



Year, 1918— Continued. 



September. October. November. December 



26 

592 

17 

2,613 

46 

3 

111 

95, 734 

90 

24 

64 



65 

4 

21 

.-.2 

41 

1,872 

6 



13 
L78 

12 

2,866 

107 

2 

79 

204,175 

33 

27 

37 

2 

64 

4 

22 

20 

136 

1,817 



8 

HIT 

12 

3,052 

446 

1 

122 

21, 335 

38 

37 

49 

4 

76 

5 

19 

9 

70 

2,729 



3 

48 

9 

1,533 

277 



122 

12, 178 

30 

52 

239 

1 

84 

12 

23 

65 

63 

4,718 

3 



1,606 

612 

71 

2 



1,041 

33S 

387 

4 



1 

1,264 

8,53 

382 



112 
310 
205 



II. Tuberculosis (all). 

Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis'(others) 



III. Venereal diseases (all). 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection. 
Gonococcus infection. 



IV. General diseases (others). 

Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors — 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout. 



2 

8 

275 

1..074 

925 

65 

1 

83 

13,265 

2,290 

505 

10,470 



46 

19 

197 

910 



Scurvy 

Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 

Acromegaly 

Leuceuua 

Hodgkin's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



2 

4 

1 

308 

979 

836 
71 

3 

69 

6,069 

1,199 

256 

4,614 



49 
IE 

109 

'.ill 
1 



1 
3 
2 
3 
4 
11 
321 

1,159 

1,012 

78 

1 

66 

5,562 

1,2S2 

215 

4,065 



58 

18 

179 

1,236 

1 



1 

21 

542 

1 



3 
1 

2 
42 
6 

17 
19 
5 
8 
4 
244 
71 
76 
194 
3 



14 

731 

1 

1 

4 

1 

3 I 
33 

5 
12 
18 

6 

4 

2 

363 

55 

62 

93 

3 



29 
1,059 



12 
3 
6 

227 

553 

400 

121 

1 

28 

3,386 

872 

168 

2,346 



43, 
13 
74 
738 
2 



672,937 471,815 



Year, 1919. 



January. February. , March. 



410 
401 



172 
7,822 
29 
60 
1117 
1 

69 
25 
30 
67 
45 
6,027 
1 



18 
285 



217 
503 

401 

72 

1 

29 

2,581 

723 

167 

1,691 



11 
10 
80 

530 



16 

123 
1 



2 


1 


53 


28 


2 


1 


6 


8 


12 


12 



5 
i 
359 
109 
99 
60 
3 



1 
4 
4 
2111 
53 
7-1 
28 
2 



1 

164 
58 

02 

20 

1 



237 

278 

1 

147 

2,344 

15 

39 

113 



82 
6 
20 
62 

26 
3,972 



2 
2 
4 
3 
2 
164 

298 

247 

32 

1 

18 

1,580 

445 
159 
976 



11 

8 

74 

382 



2 

111 
50 
OS 
8 

2 



ADMISSIONS — WHITE ENLISTED MEN — UNITED STATES. 



2G5 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. ■!!, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



* 


339.S36 

April. 

11) 
53 

68 

mi 


291,810 

May. 


216,903 
Juno. 


215,104 
Year, 


156,791 149,360 


139,877 


132,403 


135,441 










1919— Continued. 




Month not 




July. 

9 

102 

5 

18 

8 


August. 

7 
134 
3 
2:, 
4 
1 

9 
112 
3 
7 
6 


.September. 

6 

117 

1 

22 

2 

2 

9 

108 

7 

3 

15 


October. 

1 
153 

2 

II 

2 

2 

10 

118 

"i 

2 

22 


November. 

1 

182 

1 

32 

8 


December. 

3 
74 

33 
19 
1 

in 
57 
3 
3 
8 


stated. 


1 


6 

u 

3 

41 

5S 


12 

44 

2 

29 

9 








\ 














130 

(Oil 
10 
29 

155 

1 

27 

3 

19 
3fi 
21 

S43 


73 
409 
18 
20 
89 


27 

262 

10 

49 


16 
131 

5 

5 

11 


8 
57 
6 
5 
5 






9 










■■ 




12 

1 
22 

11 

17 

344 


7 




1 


3 
2 
2 
1 
2 

62 
1 
1 












1 

4 








k 


16 

2 
9 

172 


9 
1 

7 
56 


2 

1 

5 

56 




12 
1 
1 

52 










1 
31 


1 
24 


o 










2 


2 










i 

3 
















2 


















i 

135 

53 

4 

1 


2 

276 

110 

4 

3 


1 

180 

67 

4 




1 
153 

48 
3 


169 

68 

6 


1 

158 

87 

4 






103 

23 

6 

1 


213 
74 
11 

2 


153 

41 
3 










1 































1 
1 

3 

1 






1 








1 


















3 


5 


2 




1 1 


o 
































83 

386 

319 

45 

2 

20 

1,434 

406 
176 
852 

7 

5 

79 

299 

2 


71 

425 

361 
39 


27 

339 

280 

41 

1 

17 

1.6S3 

411 

253 

1,019 

4 
10 
52 

172 


25 

274 

230 

41 

1 

2 

2,092 

523 

365 

1,204 

1 

5 

46 

114 


25 

157 

125 
22 


15 

146 

ll.'i 
IS 

2 

11 

1,377 

298 
199 
880 

2 

2 

40 

59 


26 

78 

58 
17 


19 

68 

47 

17 

1 

3 

1,033 

212 

158 

663 


17 

52 

30 
22 






17 

14 
3 




25 

1,831 

451 

243 

1,137 

7 

8 

68 

230 


10 
1,406 

309 

229 
868 

2 
2 

37 

79 

1 


3 

1,266 

233 
190 
843 

2 

1 

26 

66 






■ 


951 

169 
147 
635 


61 
35 


1 








17 
35 


19 

54 


1 
4 














6 
33 


9 
33 


42 


1 

49 


1 


4 


2 
6 
1 


3 


3 
2 


1 
3 



























1 












1 


1 
15 


1 

1 
10 
2 
3 
5 
1 
1 






r 








1 
1 


4 


1 






10 
3 


11 


7 


3 

1 

3 










2 
6 


5 
5 


2 
4 






1 


























1 

22 
56 

9 


1 
43 
19 
79 
13 




1 


36 

18 
49 

8 


35 

15 

31 

6 


2 
40 

8 
53 

9 






39 
24 
56 
11 
2 


33 

19 
45 

5 


32 
5 

42 
9 


33 

9 

38 

12 


2 
2 
2 


f 





1,965,29" 



Tol al for 
period. 



Inler- 

national 

chsslli- 

eation 

No. 



483 

'.'.'.17 


1 


80,546 


6 


8,778 


i 


77 


8 


5. 577 


9 


476,816 


10 


1.261 


14 


1.858 


18 


2, '.'.'.7 


19a 


41 


19b 


3. 650 


19e 


104 


19d 


942 


19e 


15,449 


19f 


2. 166 


19c 
19h 


117.498 


24 


191 


9 
44 


19i 

19k 


11 


191 


11 


19m 


30,08(1 


19n 


18,8117 


19o 


1,510 


19p 


99 


20a 


5 


20b 


in 


20c 


'ii 


22 


i.i 


24 


64 


25a 


53 


25b 


103 


26 


15,982 


47 


26, 28.-, 




23,864 


28a 


839 


28b 


88 


29 


1.491 


30-35 


198. 727 




34,915 


37 


11.739 


38a 


149,073 


38b 


783 


36 


360 


39-45 


3,688 


46 


16.972 


48a 


46 


48b 


6 


49 


426 


50 


5,965 


51a 


11 


51b 


9 


52a 


26 


52b 


18 


53a 


38 


53b 


1,108 


88 


57 


116 


131 


53c 


362 


54 


50 


55a 


121 


55b 


134 


55c 


6, 703 


55d 


3,718 


55e 


3,017 


56a 


2,251 


56b 


93 


57-59 



266 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the t 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



60 

61 

62 

63a 

63b 

64 

68a 

60b 

66c 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74f 

72 

73a 

73b 

73c 

73d 

74- 



Cause. 



V. Nervous sr/stem, diseases of (all). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others) 

Apoplexy 

Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia 

Paralysis without specified cause (others) 

Epilepsy 

Jacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 

Neurosis 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea 

Hysteria and results ( psychoses excepted) 

Neuralgia 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



Year, 1917. 



April. 



May. 



VI. Mental alienation. 



67 General paralysis of the insane 

68a Constitutional psychopathic states. 

68b Mental deficiency 

68c Malingering 

6Sd Dementia precox 

68e Psychasthenic 

68f Psychoneurosis 

68g Psychosis, alcoholic 

6Sh Psychosis, manic-depressive 

6Si Psychoses (others) 



VII. Kyes and their anneza, diseases of. 



75a 
75a 
76a 

78a 
75a 

75b 
75c 
75d 

75e 
75f 
75g 
75h 
75i 

i ok 
751 j 
75m' 



75o 
75p 
75q 
75r 



Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision (cause not stated). 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract 

Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis 

Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nystagmus 

Glaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 



VIII. Ear, diseases of. 



7Sa Otitis media 

76b Mastoiditis 

76c ' Otitis externa 

76d Defective hearing (cause not stated) . 

76e Ear, other diseases of 



IX. Xasalfossse, diseases of. 



86a 
86b 
86c 
86d 
86e 
8C f 
86g 
86h 
86i . 



Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum (and spurs). 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) '. 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated ) 

Nasal fossa?, other diseases of 



17 



II 



2 
1 

III 
6 
3 
4 
3 
7 



1 
5 

202 

4 



159 
11 
4 



183 
7 
5 



2 
3 3 



164 
6 



314 

111 



June. 



July. 



2 
3 
191 
8 
3 
1 
1 
7 
7 
3 



8 
18' 



tea 

n 

8 



219 
7 



191 
12 

I."; 



12 



150 
4 



August. 



2 

4 
111 

1 
38 
31 

1 



47 
73 

22 



III 



1 

I'll 
55 
17 
59 
:i 
1.' 
10 
14 
24 



29 
14 

6 
5 

4 

3 
1 

1 

12 

202 

8 

7 

1 

2 

16 

2-' 

."> 



3 

Hi 



273 
18 

12 



17 



1 

36 

6 



237 
9 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



26' 



United Stales, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Year, 1917 — Continued. 








Year, 


1918. 








Inter- 
national 






















classifi- 




















1 




October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


cation 

No. 




2 
12 




1 
22 


2 
11 


4 
15 


2 
14 


1 

14 


2 

in 


3 

16 


l 

6 


i,n 


5 


19 


61 


8 


5 


9 


5 


1(1 


8 


8 


9 


10 


10 


(i 


62 


17 


T 


7 


5 


10 


19 


13 


13 


15 


18 


18 


63a 


16 


13 


20 


13 


2(1 


15 


18 


37 


32 


46 


49 


63b 


13 


14 


14 


IS 


8 


8 


13 


16 


18 


10 


13 


64 






1 

4 


1 
1 




5 
1 


2 

2 


2 
3 


9 
2 


2 
1 


4 

4 


66a 


1 


3 


2 


66b 


39 


37 


37 


38 


25 


47 


42 


34 


53 


43 


60 


66c 


350 


276 


317 


294 


231 


301 


307 


392 


456 


546 


548 


69 


27 
174 


15 

182 


9 
174 


2 
181 


2 
162 




2 

209 


2 
359 


3 

367 


4 

478 




74a 


196 


437 


74b 


175 


200 


215 


165 


125 


119 


98 


126 


126 


146 


140 


74C 


7 


15 


13 


16 


15 


26 


23 


39 


55 


80 


59 


71,1 


2 


1 




■1 


1 


5 


17 


55 


105 


210 


311 


746 


N 


1 

1(1 


1 
14 


1 
13 


5 


3 
14 




3 
23 


22 


3 
21 


1 
23 


7-1 f 


18 


15 


72 


138 


131 


113 


159 


113 


159 


166 


204 


239 


292 


382 


73a 


178 


190 


190 


256 


230 


237 


183 


166 


162 


187 


166 


73b 


124 


128 


103 


187 


159 


219 


1711 


170 


180 


203 


175 


73c 


4 


6 


7 


5 


10 


7 


6 


11 


20 


20 


11 


73d 


127 


99 


141 


164 


138 


215 


214 


216 


266 


238 


221 


74g 


5 


7 


4 


11 


15 


12 


8 


10 


11 


15 


21 


67 


t 73 


124 


149 


242 


230 


333 


247 


272 


219 


263 


274 


68a 


306 


337 


556 


578 


598 


693 


482 


699 


598 


706 


691 


1,81) 


44 


57 


48 


43 


30 


20 


24 


24 


28 


24 


22 


68c 


156 


144 


168 


243 


210 


258 


271 


441 


414 


421 


394 


68d 


23 


21 


26 


38 


21 


32 


28 


15 


34 


34 


42 


68e 


44 


71 


67 


131 


132 


153 


157 


239 


259 


334 


323 


681 


23 


14 


11 


6 


9 


18 


23 


36 


32 


23 


17 


6Sg 


39 


42 


69 


66 


38 


58 


77 


100 


89 


93 


89 


68h 


77 


72 


67 


55 


37 


34 


56 


92 


72 


69 


88 


68i 


160 


134 


157 


259 


262 


220 


209 


280 


343 


360 


202 


75a 


58 


54 


62 


91 


68 


79 


73 


108 


112 


107 


60 


75a(l) 


38 


34 


21 


42 


32 


36 


33 


32 


44 


57 


36 


75a(2 


31 


24 


30 


42 


62 


34 


41 


61 


84 


101 


45 


75a(3 


33 


22 


44 


84 


100 


71 


62 


79 


103 


95 


61 


75a(4) 


6 


18 


20 


35 


22 


30 


35 


44 


51 


85 


38 


75b 


, 2 


5 


1 


3 


1 


2 


1 


3 


7 


8 


7 


75c 


13 


4 


1 


6 


8 


15 


8 


14 


11 


15 


13 


75d 


197 


89 


46 


48 


49 


78 


95 


98 


124 


240 


148 


75e 


668 


1,170 


837 


623 


525 


578 


546 


521 


513 


459 


360 


75f 


33 


19 


17 


21 


25 


41 


59 


43 


55 


60 


38 


75 g 
75h 


46 


52 


67 


34 


60 


57 


33 


33 


55 


55 


48 


4 


10 


8 


8 


10 


7 


3 


4 


4 


2 


2 


75i 


12 


7 


7 


22 


21 


19 


24 


19 


17 


34 


24 


ft 


63 


57 


36 


57 


43 


46 


45 


48 


46 


60 


57 


. 79 


43 


54 


53 


52 


81 


88 


91 


112 


118 


119 


751 


12 


13 


5 


19 


14 


17 


15 


21 


24 


23 


26 


75m 


5 

6 


2 

2 


4 
4 




3 

6 


3 

4 


7 
6 


5 
5 




12 
IS 


4 

16 


75n 


6 


19 


780 


49 


65 


51 


60 


39 


48 


57 


68 


76 


93 
1 


63 


75p 
75q 
75r 


111 


129 


135 


107 


100 


120 


100 


86 


131 


153 


104 


889 


1,200 


1,664 


2,277 


2,129 


1,794 


1,388 


1,034 


928 


1,101 


1,041 


76a 


31 


41 


69 


129 


99 


100 


68 


37 


44 


40 


33 


76b 


, 20 


19 


22 


37 


30 


27 


26 


23 


36 


39 


87 


76e 


6 


7 


4 


29 


20 


11 


10 


10 


32 


19 


15 


76d 


48 


59 


56 


58 


48 


52 


31 


37 


57 


61 


37 


76e 


38 


41 


32 


38 


43 


45 


46 


56 


34 


26 


25 


86a 


191 


283 

1 

29 


311 


422 


302 


393 


419 


453 


530 


578 

1 

40 


485 


86b 

86c 


20 


30 


27 


27 


34 


22 


28 


28 


19 


86d 


114 


152 


219 


343 


323 


371 


305 


240 


206 


198 


182 


86e 


14 


25 


11 


13 


10 


14 


18 


27 


18 


24 


32 


86f 


J 1 
' 1,187 


1 
1,439 




1 
2,115 




1 
1,114 


4 
1,335 




3 

434 


1 
505 


1 
573 


86g 
86h 


1,978 


965 


660 


56 


58 


55 


69 


50 


48 


56 


46 


1 68 


80 


i 53 


86i 



268 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54.- —Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in th 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. ) 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


Cause. 




Year, 1918— Continued. 






Year, 1919. 


1 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


• 
March. 


60 


V. Serious system, diseases of (all). 






1 

5 
13 
13 
49 
16 
14 

5 

48 

341 

2 
345 
99 
30 
513 

10 
15 
262 
156 
250 
11 
246 

8 

341 

1,096 

11 

305 

25 

555 

11 

83 

95 

172 
34 
16 
39 
83 
24 

5 
12 
75 
256 
23 
27 

3 
26 
42 
78 
36 

2 

37 
2 
95 

982 
53 
24 
30 
34 

3 

272 


5 


7 

5 
4 


4 
2 
3 
1 
4 
2 
16 


II 


61 
62 


Meningitis, simple 


8 

10 
17 
51 
16 
10 
8 
35 

432 
3 

280 

141 
49 

355 

7 
19 
275 
144 
156 
10 
226 

11 
237 
722 

17 
297 

22 

254 

6 

87 

57 

167 

.56 

39 

31 

41 

37 

3 

11 

110 

277 

41 

43 

2 

17 
68 
102 
21 
6 
16 
52 


13 
6 
17 
26 
15 
12 

A 

363 




Multiple sclerosis 


1 


63b 


22 
16 
11 
1 
30 

134 
1 

169 
40 
18 

152 

3 
6 
103 
126 
127 
3 
132 

113 

296 

2 

145 

6 

123 

8 

41 

54 

104 

27 

14 

25 

38 

6 

2 

10 

50 

250 

7 

14 

1 

19 

28 

55 

10 

2 

3 

36 


5 
9 

8 


2 . 


64 




1 


66a 




4 


66b 




3 


66c 
69 




16 

79 


16 
44 


6 
17 ' 


74a 




1 


Till 




246 
88 
32 

327 

8 
18 
218 
159 
193 
11 
273 

14 
250 
734 

13 
303 

29 
278 

16 
100 
103 

113 

24 

13 

23 

.53 

20 

4 

7 

71 

198 

18 

14 


209 
23 

7 
68 

9 


110 
14 
3 

47 

8 
3 
43 
57 
57 
1 
73 

5 
51 
63 

2 
76 

7 
21 

4 
27 
19 

35 

12 

9 

5 

9 

10 

4 

11 

17 

120 

4 

9 

1 

9 

20 

28 

6 


124 


74c 




10 1 


74(1 

740 

74f 


Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of 
the heart). 


3 

13 

C 


72 




3 


73a 
73b 




88 
130 

87 


54 
56 


73c 






73d 




8 


74g 
67 




148 

5 
74 

103 
1 

117 
11 
47 
10 
53 
29 

66 
19 
13 
10 
24 
14 
6 

a 

27 

200 

4 

18 


47 

3 

52 . 


VI. Mental alienation. 


68a 




68b 




70 


68c 






68d 




55 


68e 




4 


68J 




23 


68g 
68h 




4 




36 


6Si 




16 


75a 


VII. Eyes and their annera, diseases of. 


47 






18 | 


75a 




7 • 




(3) Myopia 


10 


75a 
75b 
75c 
75d 




IS 

12 
4 


75e 
75f 




17 
96 


75g 
75h 
75i 


Pterygium 

Amblyopia 


8 
6 


75j 




28 

47 
57 
24 

1 

7 

38 


4 

36 
41 
13 
2 


5 


75k 
751 
75m 
75n 


Retinitis 


23 
25 

• 

3 


75o 






2 


7op 
75q 
75r 




40 


18 


13 
1 




103 

978 
27 
56 
21 
48 

IS 
406 


74 

987 
33 
31 
20 
14 

7 
99 

2 
21 
166 

9 


59 

765 
36 
15 
28 
16 

7 
115 


61 

603 

36 

21 

9 

11 

13 
111 


41 

426 

31 

16 

5 

13 

11 
122 


51 

406 
12 
15 

7 

5 

5 
103 

1 

14 
128 


76a 


VIII. Ear, diseases of. 


76b 




76c 




76d 




76e 




86a 


IX, Nasal fossse , diseases of . 


86b 


Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 


86d 




39 

147 

21 

2 

1,770 

4,093 


24 
190 
13 


12 

155 

8 

1 

2.096 

233 


6 

192 

12 

1 

1,984 

281 


9 
125 

8 






86f 




7 


86g 
Still 








4, 563 
1,503 


3,245 
306 


878 
155 


rail 


8«i 


Nasal fossa?, other diseases of 


151 1 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN EXITED STATES. 



269 



United Stales, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 









Year, 


1919— Continued. 








Monti) not 
stated. 


Total for 
period. 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


1 

4 
2 

9 




2 
1 
2 


1 










1 




37 

2118 
153 
206 
476 
212 
132 
49 
770 

6, 237 
89 

5, 272 

2.3S3 
512 

2,335 

87 
27S 
3, 643 
3, 499 
3,118 
161! 
3,646 

194 
3, .882 
9,947 

511 
5,016 

468 
3,399 

367 
1,395 
1,350 

3,885 
1,253 

658 

890 
1,084 

563 
.83 

210 
1,S06 
9,996 

63x 

753 
86 

362 
1,031 
1,483 

349 
65 

146 

1,124 

5 

2,143 

23, 659 

1,067 

699 

365 

837 

596 

6,471 

6 

546 

4,360 

342 

20 

31,245 

7,674 


60 


1 
2 
1 
6 
2 
6 




1 


3 


1 




61 




1 






62 


2 
3 

1 
2 










63a 


1 
1 
5 


1 
2 
2 


2 
2 


2 
5 


1 
3 


1 
1 


•_) 


63b 


6 


«'>a 






06b 


5 
33 


8 
29 


40 
19 


9 

24 


5 

27 

1 

50 

10 

1 
10 

1 
1 

19 
19 

22 


3 

27 


3 
26 


1 
18 




2 
1 


66c 


12 


69 
74a 


105 
11 
3 
38 

2 
2 

44 
35 
41 
3 
41 

2 
42 
61 

2 
62 

7 
31 

3 
26 
23 

32 
14 
5 

I 

7 

2 

4 

22 

78 

9 

7 

1 

7 

28 

22 

! 

i 

10 

1 

20 

257 

22 

11 

7 

8 

7 
83 


88 
7 
3 

25 

5 
1 
49 
22 
42 
1 
33 

4 
33 
65 

1 

63 
6 

22 
4 

25 

20 

81 
22 
2 
40 
17 
8 
3 
11 
19 
100 
14 
14 


143 
9 
2 
19 

7 


127 
7 
2 
16 

3 

1 
23 
23 
32 

3 
31 


44 

18 
1 
2 


31 

21 

1 

5 

3 


20 

17 

1 


25 
14 


4 


74b 
74c 




74d 


2 
1 




74e 






74f 


2 
32 

18 

30 






72 


37 

13 
34 


28 
17 
18 
2 

25 


23 

17 
15 
3 
13 


20 
30 
25 
2 
13 

2 

7 
15 


2 


73a 
73b 


2 


73c 

73d 


30 

5 
32 
36 

2 
44 

3 
31 

2 
30 
26 

163 
18 
64 
65 

16 
7 
2 
5 

27 
124 

15 
9 
1 
6 

20 

12 
1 


22 

2 
24 
23 

5 
24 

3 
14 

2 
14 

7 

29 

12 
5 

10 
2 
4 
1 
3 
4 

59 
9 
3 


20 




74g 
67 




31 
36 

2 
52 

3 
18 

1 
21 
14 

86 

28 

20 

31 

7 

4 

1 

5 

10 

60 

10 

4 


18 

26 
2 

23 
2 
7 
2 


10 

11 
7 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
3 
5 

62 
7 
4 


18 
29 

1 
27 


16 

13 
4 

17 
2 
2 
3 
7 

11 

17 

10 

5 

1 

1 
1 


2 
3 


68a 
68b 
68c 


14 

2 

9 
2 
5 
17 

16 
8 
6 
1 

i 


6 

1 
2 


68d 


4 

11 
5 

14 
4 

6 
1 
3 
6 
o 
1 
6 
45 
6 
2 


6Sf 
6Sg 
fish 
68i 

75a 
75a(l) 
75a(2) 
75a (3) 


3 

2 

1 
1 


1 


75a(4) 
75b 




i 

4 
44 

1 
5 




75d 


6 

51 
3 
2 


1 


75e 

75f 






12 
22 
26 

5 


4 
13 
18 

4 


4 
6 
15 
4 

1 

16 






2 
9 
6 
1 


1 





4 
12 
2 


9 
7 
2 


7 
8 

1 
1 

5 


7ol 
751 

75m 


1 

20 


1 
30 


1 
20 


1 
16 


10 


12 


1 
1 


75o 
75p 
75q 
75r 

76a 
76b 
76c 
76d 


40 

303 
7 
7 
16 
14 

7 
96 


43 

312 

7 

10 

37 

8 

8 
85 


25 

270 

7 

22 

12 

22 

1 
81 


19 

191 

6 

14 

4 

8 

1 
68 


13 

103 

2 

10 


17 

79 
3 
9 
2 

7 

3 

53 

1 

7 
29 


5 

79 
4 
5 
1 
3 

1 
36 


11 

78 
3 
4 


10 
1 
1 


1 

7 
72 


7 

4 
28 


1 

1 
7 


76e 

86a 
86b 

' SOc 


20 
94 
2 


18 
79 
11 
2 
194 
27 


15 

47 
8 


7 

45 

2 


15 

35 

3 


5 
29 

4 


4 

29 

1 


2 
22 


1 


86d 
86e 
86f 




S6g 
. 86i 


r 4 327 
93 


140 

17 


162 
18 


245 
29 


226 
31 


287 
15 


299 
6 


314 
19 


2 
i 2 



270 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Admissions, by months, xchite enlisted men in thei 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



87a 

87b 
100a 
I mil) 

100C 
100,1 

100c 



77 

7S 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79d 

79e 

80 

81a 

8lb 

81c 

81d 

82 

53a 

83b 

S3c 

S3d 

84a 

S4b 

85a 

85b 

85c 

85d 

85e 

85f 

S5g 

85b 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 
98 



99a 
99b 

99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 



Cause 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal. . 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillitis , acute 

Tonsillitis, chrcnic 

Tonsils, focal infection from.. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseases of. . . 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis...." 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic. . . 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency . 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis.. 



Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of. . 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of. 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho-a.. 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative. . . 
Pleurisy, serofibrinous.. . 
Pleura, other diseases of. 

Ganrgene of lungs 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of.. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pvorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm) . 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 



Year, 1917. 



April. 



1,439 
39 



270 
4 



1,097 
40 
179 
7 
15 
62 



May. 



1,792 
50 



311 
12 



2 

mi 

39 

12 

4 



llll 

1 



1,143 
34 

171! 

4 

11 

711 



54 



5 

1 

126 

2 

32 

27H 
7 



1 

132 

92 

5 

5 

456 



202 

1 

51 

350 

14 

2 

8 

2 

204 

108 

4 

15 

90S 



June. 



140 



1,824 
51 



293 

8 



3 

150 

84 
21 
2 



L37 



857 
22 
114 
8 
23 
75 
1 
16 



2 
1 

301 

1 

121 

012 

9 



4 
3 

244 

151 
5 

7 
1,131 



July. 



67 

1 

1,600 

86 



237 



2:12 

12:! 

42 

4 



189 
1 
1 
2 



736 
15 
103 

7 
10 
64 



If, 



112 



16 

1 

459 

6 

208 

1,028 

15 



13 

1 

392 

277 

6 

23 

1,384 



August. September 



1,939 
196 



235 
15 



1 

1 

300 

101 

59 
8 



1 302 
31 

llv 

10 
29 
146 
1 
58 



IS 



15 



149 



19 

3 

735 

7 

291 

2,033 

35 

1 

14 

2 

533 

307 

7 

22 

2,042 



a Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES 



271 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Year, 1917— Continued. 








Year, 


1918. 






Inter- 






















national 


October. 


November. 


December. 


1 
January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


L lilhSlll- 

eation 
No. 


358 


1,063 


1,898 


1,546 


718 


655 


469 


271 


143 


11(1 


| 
79 


87a 


2 

3,874 

502 




1 
11,598 


4 
13,352 


4 
10,697 


5 
9,516 


7,029 


1 
4,608 


5 
2,991 




1 
2,653 


871) 


7,969 


2, OSS 


100a 


877 


825 


1,034 


954 


1,220 


1,103 


1,090 


1,243 


1,516 


1,756 100b 








1 
3,512 


1 

2,3S4 






3 
1,245 


2 

904 


SIC, 


5 100c 




717 


1,603 


2,768 


3,039 


2,546 


sin; inod 


63 


61 


51 


53 


37 


56 


54 


50 


54 


69 


100 


lOOe 


10 


8 


11 


15 


is 


11 


20 


12 


20 


11 


15 


77 


15 


13 


21 


21 


24 


24 


16 


16 


6 


7 


16 


78 


521 


598 


693 


1,173 


921 


S76 


723 


777 


S43 


747 


750 


79a 


60 


56 


65 


166 


79 


70 


60 


75 


83 


si 


1112 


79a(l) 


9 
339 


5 


5 


14 


19 


11 


14 


6 


14 


18 


24 


79a(2) 


396 


457 


564 


523 


511 


430 


513 


550 


451 


440 


798(3) 


104 


134 


157 


358 


237 


225 


181 


131 


127 


139 


112 


79a(4) 


5 


1 


3 


7 


11 


8 


10 


15 


13 


25 


36 79a(5) 


2 


1 


1 


2 








1 


1 




79a(6) 


2 




2 




3 


2 




1 


1 


1 


3 79a(71 




47 


3 

32 


62 
56 


4'.i 
39 


49 
37 


28 
31 


35 

:..i 


54 

87 


29 
65 


33 

56 


79a(8) 
79b 


39 


24 


19 


13 


36 


25 


20 


26 


17 


31 


39 


27 


79C 


76 


77 


82 


113 


145 


109 


115 


137 


119 


148 


124 


79d 


131 


99 


96 


118 


113 


80 


70 


54 


49 


48 


63 


790 


13 


12 


7 


3 


8 


10 


11 


10 


13 


11 


16 


80 


3 




2 




3 


5 


1 


4 


6 


8 1 


5 


81a 


11 


19 


14 


19 


12 


23 


29 


21 


15 


13 


20 


Sib 








1 
2 
3 








2 

1 
7 


1 

1 
9 


1 
1 


1 


81c 




1 
3 


1 
4 


1 
5 


1 
11 


2 

8 


Sid 


8 


7 


82 


832 


650 


519 


591 


501 


650 


729 


956 


1,129 


1,337 


1.171 


83a 


420 


431 


393 


373 


400 


512 


441 


592 


862 


747 


651 


83b 


214 


214 


179 


194 


178 


261 


209 


276 


422 


414 


363 


83c 


33 


22 


29 

1 

376 


23 


29 


32 


19 


22 


33 


34 


37 

5 

2S7 


83d 

84a 


376 


321 


369 


358 


417 


368 


315 


267 


270 


84b 


6 


8 


5 


12 


13 


15 


30 


64 


71 


76 


58 


85a 


7 


3 


4 


5 


8 


15 


5 


14 


18 


23 


18 


85b 


33 


26 


13 


14 


23 


25 


43 


108 


187 


213 


289 


85C 


5 


6 


1 


2 


2 


8 


4 


5 


6 


6 


7 


85d 






1 


4 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 




1 


85e 


134 


125 


92 


148 


126 


197 


175 


200 


283 


326 


355 


85! 


23 


16 


9 


23 


16 


16 


16 


21 


23 


30 


31 


85g 
85h 


9 


10 


11 


19 


11 


15 


26 


47 


35 


45 


21 


4,789 


8,907 


14,776 


14,745 


7,131 


11,054 


10,340 


5,686 


4,094 


3,716 


4,285 


89-90 


139 


393 


586 


412 


199 


274 


322 


179 


138 


103 


184 


91 


838 


1,789 


2,091 


2,812 


1,672 


1,793 


1,653 


638 


487 


428 


425 


92a 


21 


23 


30 


56 


39 


54 


53 


36 


51 


61 


58 


93a 


45 


71 


81 


118 


108 


168 


141 


125 


92 


87 


89 


93b 


> 439 


468 


583 


744 


636 


665 


678 


465 


384 


398 


364 


93c 


1 
265 




1 
226 






2 
189 


1 

177 






1 
432 




95 


200 


179 


165 


207 


316 


529 


96 


8 


15 


6 


30 


11 


12 


22 


24 


28 


36 


29 


97 


32 


30 


43 


25 


19 


31 


27 


32 


27 


26 


41 


98 


51 


40 


45 


44 


33 


52 


24 


37 


50 


30 


50 


99a 










1 




1 


1 


3 


4 


2 


99b 


357 


317 


312 


382 


280 


262 


264 


259 


252 


633 


356 


99c 


1 

58 

3 




1 
51 






3 
59 


2 
53 


3 
62 


2 
71 


3 
89 


6 

77 


101 


70 


46 


42 


102a 




1 


12 


111 


19 


19 


37 


38 


49 


52 


102b 


1,040 


820 


848 


971 


1,052 


1,579 


1,770 


1,623 


1,719 


1,931 


1,833 


102c 


38 


33 


33 


44 


44 


59 


49 


43 


42 


49 


63 


105a 


418 


92 


65 


110 


86 


113 


388 


527 


1,062 


1,255 


1,462 


105b 


1,527 


686 


632 


617 


618 


918 


1,270 


1,559 


2,031 


2,207 


2,321 


105c 


61 


36 


51 


28 


43 


475 


2,093 


1,427 


513 


1,824 


2,089 


106 


2 


3 




2 




3 


3 


20 




11 


9 


107a 
107b 


26 


34 


19 


29 


24 


43 


242 


226 


103 


90 


174 


4 


4 


9 


5 


2 


9 


5 


17 


22 


21 


20 107c 


1,033 


895 


903 


879 


815 


1,112 


1,092 


1,212 


1,144 


1,333 


1 , 255 


108 


1,215 


1,022 


926 


1,065 


904 


1,575 


2,073 


2,938 


3,682 


3,878 


2,652 


109a 


I 16 
' 91 


8 


15 


16 


9 


21 


25 


28 


27 


21 


25 


109b 


88 


69 


88 


64 


97 


103 


113 


130 


132 


152 


110a 


1,919 


1,570 


1,514 


1,572 


1,539 


2,427 


2,854 


2,857 


3,694 


3,532 


3,643 


110b 



272 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Iable 54. — Admissions, by montlis, white enlisted men in tht 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Cause. 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



87a 
87b 
100a 
100b 
100c 
100(1 
lOOe 



77 
78 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79(1 

79e 

80 

81a 

81b 

81c 

8ld 

82 

83a 

83b 

S3o 

S3d 
S4a 
S4b 
Ma 
83b 
85c 
Sod 
8.5c 
85f 
S5g 
85h 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93 b 
93c 
95 
96 
97 



99a 
99b 
99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107C 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal . . 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillitis, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal . 
Pharynx, other diseases of. . . 



XL Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic 

(6) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardiacl insuffiieney . 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 

Arteries, other diseases of 

Embolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 

Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphaticus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-1 >!ock 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of 



XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho-. . . . 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative 

Peurisy, serofibrinous 

Pleura, other diseases of. . 

Gangrene of lungs 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of. . 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal infection from 

Mouth and annexa, other diseases of 

Esophaeus, diseases of 

Ulcer of the stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm). 

Ascaris lumbrieoides. 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 



Year, 191S— Continued. 



Year, 1919. 



September. 



183 

2 
2,853 
L432 

2 

1,743 

101 



5 

6 

558 

55 

14 

321 

107 

26 



4 
855 
429 
225 
21 

1 

45 
12 

."■ 

2 

257 

27 
1^ 



7,899 

1,596 

2,050 

37 

61 

284 



455 
17 
S3 



28 

1 

2SI 

4 

63 

39 

1,314 

41 

950 

1,293 

2,012 

47 
16 

984 

1,992 

32 

101 
2,234 



October. 




January. February. 



298 

1 

5,180 

400 

8 

1,500 

150 



2 

3 

185 

12 

3 

128 

18 

l.'i 

1 



1 
164 



110 

9 

3 

57 

2 



63 
7 
1 



2,751 
180 
151 
32 
29 
120 



120 


72 


5 


2 


34 


12 


15 


10 


4 


5 


153 


115 


1 




18 


18 


18 


9 


736 


436 


21 


10 1 


136 


46 ! 


242 


161 


115 


69 




2 

8 


19 


7 


8 


513 


340 


653 


503 


9 


8 


49 


34 


028 


647 



March. 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



273 



Jnited Slates, Apr. 1, 1017, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

' ' ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 









Year, 


1919— Continued. 








Month not 
stated. 


Total for 
period. 

U,1S2 

42 

129,492 

18,653 

129 

3S.65S 

2,SS2 

220 
211 

12,840 

1,374 

209 

7, 755 

2,552 

2S9 

15 

25 

621 

853 

414 

1,972 

1,285 

216 

65 

301 

19 

19 

126 

1 1, 360 

8,177 

4,431 

592 

10 

6,469 

72S 

166 

3,254 

80 

28 

3,955 

393 

356 

14S. 401 

13,297 

21,886 

86S 

1,732 

8.S12 

8 

5, 153 

317 

851 

733 

43 

6,406 

43 

1,088 

406 

26,609 

752 

9,604 

25,383 

11,638 

12S 

1,277 

254 

19,599 

32,114 

437 

1,848 

49,274 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


110 


61 


28 
1 
666 
229 
7 
207 
115 

2 


37 


22 


20 


21 


56 

1 

570 

94 

1 
176 
162 

3 


37 


87a 






87b 


2,117 

23 4 

16 


1,348 
233 

13 
34.8 

86 

2 


558 
179 
7 
190 
137 


444 
187 
3 
150 
156 

2 


422 
145 
2 
162 
187 

1 


464 
106 
2 
218 
174 


861 
110 


10 
3 


100a 
100b 
100c 


666 


237 
166 

1 

17 
4 

10 

1 




lOOd 


96 

4 


3 

5 

3 
1 


lOOe 
77 


2 


1 

117 
20 

1 
59 
29 

8 


1 
26 


78 


116 
10 


171 
31 

4 
98 
22 
10 

1 


206 

35 

4 

109 

47 

8 


51 

10 

2 

25 

1 


29 

2 


25 
1 
1 

19 
2 
2 


79a 

79a(l) 

79a(2) 

79a(3) 

79a(4) 

79a(5) 

79a(6) 

79a(7) 

79a(8) 


1 




81 
19 
3 


20 
6 
1 


20 
3 
2 


















2 


2 
It 
3 
17 
9 
3 
2 
7 


3 
8 
1 
21 
9 
4 
2 
2 


4 
1 
15 
3 
1 


1 




1 
1 
1 
4 


3 

\ 

1 
3 


2 

2 
3 
2 
2 

1 
1 


1 

1 


3 


2 
1 
3 

2 
2 


3 






29 

7 


\ 

3 
3 


79d 
79e 


1 
2 


2 


80 
81a 


3 


2 


2 


2 
1 




1 






I 












1 
1 
67 
19 
7 


2 

2 

1 


Bid 


2 


2 

196 

99 

31 

12 


3 
170 
94 
58 


1 

158 

78 

36 

! 


2 
146 

56 

38 

4 


1 
SI 
57 
15 

1 








206 
76 
64 

6 


91 
37 

7 
5 


52 

22 

6 

2 


83a 
83b 
83c 
83d 


100 
13 
2 


85 
S 
1 

3S 


89 
9 
1 
5 


101 

7 
1 

13 
I 
1 

23 
4 
4 

694 
23 
48 
6 
11 
59 


62 
3 
1 

11 


83 
3 


68 
4 


49 
2 
3 
9 


41 
1 

4 

1 


1 
1 


84b 
85a 
85b 


19 


12 
1 


9 


85c 
S5d 






1 

2t 
7 
1 

785 
32 
37 
14 
31 
90 







31 
6 
2 


33 

8 
2 

1,079 
56 
57 
22 
21 
116 


11 
5 
2 

616 
li 
22 
10 
12 
51 


9 
2 
1 

612 

10 

10 

1 

7 

37 


16 
4 
3 

601 
7 
10 


S 
1 
2 

693 
11 
5 
2 
10 
22 


17 
4 
5 

739 
9 
19 


1 
1 


85f 
85h 


1,412 
93 

87 
18 


13 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2 


89-90 

91 

92a 


34 

157 


2 
37 


7 
30 


93b 
93c 


32 


29 


27 
4 
8 

13 

1 
60 


23 
1 
4 

14 

2 

59 


21 


21 
2 
7 

9 
2 
108 


24 
1 

1 

7 

1 

42 


24 


19 




96 






97 


6 


7 

12 

3 

82 

1 

6 

4 

281 

8 

63 

121 

68 

2 

7 

2 

263 

487 


5 

6 
3 
52 
1 
7 
2 
260 
1 

71 

194 

15 

3 

6 

22 

156 

192 

3 

10 

362 








98 


14 

2 


7 


3 


1 
1 


99a 


, 8 f 


47 


43 


99c 
101 


13 

9 

2S3 

6 


4 

2 
300 

8 
63 
182 

9 


8 

5 
293 

3 
73 
195 

5 


4 
4 

217 
1 

44 
117 

15 


5 
1 

156 
3 
68 
76 
7 
2 
3 
1 

129 

109 
3 
10 

374 


4 

5 

129 

1 

35 

83 

55 

2 

2 

2 

83 

67 


4 

1 

137 


3 

1 

1 


102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 


62 

109 
36 


23 
101 

7 


105b 
105c 
106 


5 

1 


4 


4 

2 
215 
311 

5 

16 

456 


6 

14 

136 

115 

8 

7 

392 


2 

19 

82 

70 

4 

7 

295 


5 
12 

1 

1 


107b 


, 251 

526 
5 


221 

371 

5 

15 

418 


108 
109a 


32 

s 356 


23 
397 


5 
328 


110a 
110b 



274 



MEDICAL, AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in th 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



113 

114 

115a 

115b 

115c 

117a 

117b 

118a 

118b 

118c 



119 
120 

122a 

122b 

122C 

122(1 

122e 

123 

124a 

124b 

125a 

125b 

125c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127.1 

127e 



142 

143a 

1431) 

144a 

1441) 

145a 

1451) 

145c 

145(1 

145e 

1451 

145g 

I l.Mi 

145i 

145j 

145k 

1451 

145 m 

145n 

1450 



146a 
1461) 
146c 
147a 

I 171. 
147c 
147.1 
147e 

149a 
149b 
149c 
149(1 
149e 
149f 
149g 
149h 



150 



Cause. 



Year, 1917. 



April. 



May. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of— Continued. 



Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

( 'holecystitis 

Gall-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of(nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (non venereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (non venereal) 

If vdrocele 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal).. 



XV. Skin and cellular tissue, diseases of. 



Gangrene 

Carbuncle 

Furuncle 

Abscess 

Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Oavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

N nevus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 

Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism 

excepted ) 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organ's of locomotion, other diseases of 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-drfined diseases. 



Congenital ma] formations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases. 

Total for diseases 



1 

!3 
11 

13 
1 

2 



12 
8 
16 

7 



23 
73 



«l 

"9" 
72 



June. 



July. 



August. 



6 
2 
15 
9 

38 
1 
2 

1 



14 

103 

101 

87 

8 

81 

6 

8 

9 

22 

10 

21 

8 

2 



2 

5 

35 

111 



'."17 



11,945 



16,914 



4 

16 
10 
20 

2 
17 

4 



16 

184 

120 

11(1 

11 

83 

9 

25 

in 

28 

13 

19 

20 

1 

1 

3 

7 

33 

168 



1 

10 
9 

6 
12 

100 

1 

17 

118 



3 
987 



2 

2 

21 

24 

55 

2 



1 

4 
20 
14 
27 

8 
20 

7 



1 
15 
379 
225 
238 
27 
IV! 

IN 

25 
14 

2d 

8 
34 

21 



2 
4 
2 

58 
1 93 



1 

32 

1 

2 
20 
17 
9 
27 
165 
1 
16 
149 



6 
1,140 



18,183 



20.S33 



2 

28 

668 

364 

295 

25 

249 

50 

52 

I t 

35 

23 

26 

13 



2 

6 

9 

55 

270 



48 
2 

1 

22 

18 

19 

46 

245 

2 

20 

195 



11 

1,741 



29, 545 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



•275 



■United States, Apr. 1, I'll?, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive— Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



i ear 


, 1917 — Con limed. 








Veai 


, 1918. 








1 Inter- 
























national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May . 


June. 


July. 


August. 


2 


6 


4 


7 


2 


2 


3 


4 


1 


1 


3 


113 


13 


9 


7 


12 


S 


5 


1 





4 


12 


10 


11 1 


llll 


80 


8,", 


76 


64 


76 


71 


78 


79 


85 


7s 


11.5a 


98 


107 


73 


75 


78 


70 


19 


67 


56 


60 


70 


1151) 


92 


9.5 


105 


112 


130 


258 


222 


110 


202 


231 


180 


11.5c 


6 


4 


2 


7 


5 


2 


_3 


6 


1 


2 


s 


11 T;l 


56 


41 


46 


79 
2 
1 
9 


4S 
1 
4 

14 


58 


76 
1 
3 

10 


87 


111 
2 

13 
28 


121', 


123 


117b 
II 8a 




2 
19 




8 
11 


5 
11 



15 


3 

10 


1181) 


24 


27 


118c 


:v\ 


50 


61 


39 


35 


32 


33 


27 


37 


29 


20 


119 


69 


68 


75 


93 


74 


76 


70 


83 


84 


88 


81 


120 


3 


6 


3 


3 


2 


4 


4 


3 


3 


13 


5 


122a 


3 

2 
22 


5 
17 


2 


2 

4 

25 


3 

2 
19 




4 

5 

28 


7 

5 

27 


6 

4 

33 


6 

4 

43 


7 

1 

51 


1221) 




122c 


15 


19 


122d 


54 


50 


54 


65 


51 


53 


53 


80 


04 


67 


60 


122e 


43 


45 


39 


23 


33 


43 


46 


52 


53 


67 


73 


123 


130 


145 


131 


123 


119 


135 


104 


135 


123 


153 


135 


124a 


61 


57 


66 


112 


81 


97 


85 


85 


111 


113 


129 


1241) 


4.5 


58 


55 


47 


54 


45 


50 


162 


228 


246 


149 


12.5a 


53 


42 


22 


27 


20 


18 


31 


26 


30 


42 


33 


12.51) 




23 


3 

25 


3 

28 


1 
15 


2 

28 


4 

28 


2 
31 


8 
32 


6 

30 


10 
29 


125c 


23 


126 


66 


75 


73 


72 


51 


87 


82 


106 


99 


95 


81 


127a 


65 


61 


79 


S3 


80 


92 


74 


88 


77 


64 


68 


1271) 


90 


86 


61 


81 


57 


91 


129 


172 


220 


207 


196 


127c 


15 


16 


22 


38 


27 


38 


43 


70 


86 


126 


82 


127(1 


214 


211 


299 


615 


712 


528 


4,3 


317 


236 


197 


143 


127e 


3 


1 
74 


2 
67 




2 
37 


1 
60 




1 
66 


2 

68 


5 
65 


7 
90 


142 


SI 


71 


69 


14.1a 


SOS 


634 


562 


513 


440 


60S 


596 


614 


851 


1,04s 


1,174 


1431) 


592 


521 


460 


494 


437 


527 


4S9 


493 


601 


727 


907 


114a 


403 


361 


349 


392 


345 


387 


391 


471 


5S4 


649 


657 


1441) 


40 


62 


12 


61 


55 


58 


71 


94 


93 


143 


197 


1 15a 


455 


356 


274 


258 


219 


269 


2S2 


312 


346 


398 


398 


1451) 


gg 


52 


49 


36 


40 


37 


28 


64 


249 


98 


91 


11.5c 


75 


57 


51 


53 


29 


60 


50 


46 


40 


31 


41 


14.5(1 


18 


8 


18 


9 


12 


IS 


15 


39 


49 


49 


74 


145e 


111 


105 


124 


123 


105 


123 


122 


161 


176 


205 


204 


14.51 


31 


47 


61 


61 


74 


71 


52 


82 


55 


73 


89 


14.5g 


74 


83 


68 


SS 


85 


101 


101 


145 


140 


110 


137 


1 1.51i 


77 


66 


59 


56 


42 


48 


52 


49 


50 


83 


112 


1 151 


4 


1 


1 


2 




3 


6 


7 


8 


1 


7 


145] 

115k 


r 3 


2 


6 


5 


4 


3 


3 


5 


4 


'-' 


1 


s 


IS 


20 


22 


30 


25 


22 


42 


40 


45 


21 


1451 


31 


40 


43 


47 


35 


68 


43 


60 


60 


58 


38 


11.5m 


271 


315 


2% 


258 


261 


351 


296 


365 


438 


432 


330 


145n 


544 


513 


502 


489 


370 


591 


557 


SMs 


834 


985 


953 


1450 


57 


59 


35 


42 


34 


41 


52 


13 


64 


68 


71 


146a 




1 


1 


85 


80 


53 


69 


126 


266 


3.50 


290 
124 


116b 
146c 


115 


111 


98 


121 


110 


117 


109 


109 


130 


136 


67 


35 


36 


82 


60 


55 


69 


70 


85 


151 


107 


147a 


2 


3 
125 


3 
99 


11 

136 




9 

110 


11 
113 


9 
119 


9 
127 


6 
147 


7 
107 


1471) 
147c 


125 


105 


6 


9 


13 


8 


6 


15 


12 


10 


12 


17 


25 


147(1 


6 


8 


18 


35 


42 


31 


25 


53 


60 


116 


114 


147e 


90 


100 


102 


107 


92 


112 


63 


69 


97 


128 


66 


149a 


71 


95 


102 


88 


67 


69 


55 


69 


65 


67 


62 


1491) 


67 


4S 


39 


47 


51 


61 


57 


77 


63 


81 


53 


149c 


144 


176 


119 


120 


US 


161 


139 


111 


102 


120 


119 


149(1 


9.54 


1, 182 


1,235 


1,331 


1,030 


835 


671 ; 


744 


933 


1,366 


850 


149e 


It 


8 


21 


10 


10 


17 


17 


26 


31 


25 


37 


1491 


M 


87 


125 


164 


125 


128 


121 


110 


82 


65 




149K 
149h 


719 


651 


680 


922 


812 


1.024 


943 


1,105 


1,315 


1 , 330 


1,211 


37 


11 


43 


55 


59 


67 


74 


76 


92 


100 


114 


1.50 


4,387 


5,059 


5,429 


4,458 


3,799 


4,901 


4,499 


5,121 


6,275 


6,635 


6,053 


189 


76,444 


101,880 


119,870 


132,197 


102,625 


120. S50 


125,445 


95. 172 


92,816 


98,115 


90,814 





3553—25 



276 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 54. — Admissions, by months, while enlisted men in the 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 




Cause. 



Year, 191s— Continued. 



113 

114 

115a 
i i.-»i. 

U5C 

117a 
117b 
UNa 
118b 
118c 



119 

1211 

122a 

122h 

122c 

122(1 

122c 

123 

124a 

1211) 

125a 

12.il i 

125c 

126 

127a 

127b 

127c 

127.1 

127c 



142 

143a 

143b 

Ilia 

1411. 

145a 

1 45b 

145c 

145d 

145c 

145f 

145k 

145h 

1451 

145i 

145k 

1451 

145m 

14.">n 

1 !.-«) 



1 Ifia 
14Hli 
llfio 
147a 
1471> 
147c 
117.1 
147c 

1193 
149li 
149c 
149d 
149c 
149f 
1491! 
149h 



ISO 

189 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases u/— Continued. 



Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Gall-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of. 

Liver, ol her diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, olher diseases of 



XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases nf (non- 
venerfal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and anncxa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, ot her diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

Hydrocele 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (non- 
venereal)..'....* 



XV. Skin and cellular tissu/ , dis{ascs of. 

• iangrenc : 

Carbuncle 

Furuncle 

Abscess 

Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

Njpvus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of... 



September. October. November. December. 



XVI. finnr.i and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 

Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheu- 
matism excepted) 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Mcta tarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 

Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of 



XVII. Congmital malformations and iXUdefined 
diseases. 

Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 



Total for diseases. 



31 

73 

3 

7 

2 

47 

75 

51 

121) 

94 

si 

SO 

9 

24 

75 

68 

136 



12S 



5 

59 

97* 

658 

532 

149 

312 

IP. 

28 

37 

117 

53 

124 

70 

3 

4 

17 

45 

13. 

taxi 



58 
184 
110 
105 

6 

Hi'. 
P.. 

97 
46 

46 
29 

in-.. 

501 
46 
52 

'.7^ 



80 
5, 319 



37 
72 

43 
107 
67 
34 
16 
6 
21 
27 
51 
63 
21 

ins 



1 

51 
646 
443 
368 
119 
214 

43 

36 

S!> 

32 

54 

41 

1 

1 

17 

40 

423 

4.50 



52 
197 

93 
si 
6 

ion 
12 

96 
Pi 
26 
35 
83 
433 
34 
68 
1,002 



44 

5,367 



I'll 
62 
2 
5 
4 

45 
52 
44 
114 
85 
42 
26 
6 

64 

37 

79 
83 
28 

152 



723 

463 

359 

64 

242 

58 

30 

30 

136 

17 

96 

39 



15 
29 

l!l| 

is:, 



63 
386 
1 27, 
127 
4 
169 

13 

142 
75 
34 
56 
145 
1,430 
49 
174 
1,443 



58 
4,368 



180,469 



278, 



97,493 



2 

44 

196 

307 

238 

64 

1 52 

30 

20 

31 

87 

35 

59 

17 

2 

4 

12 

34 

417 

356 



54 

27. 1 

70 

97 

8 

92 

7 

S9 
48 
14 
40 

70 

l.UTO 

13 
75 

sill 



26 
2,974 



Year, 1919. 



January. February. March 



21 

;..-, 
40 
25 

112 



51 

349 

226 

141 

101 

91 

58 

10 

15 

75 

26 

73 

30 

1 

1 

12 
21 
396 
269 



21 
72 
33 
28 
3 
41 
11 

25 
32 

14 

20 
68 

364 
8 
74 

522 



2, 05 



23 

243 

125 

100 

74 

59 

28 

4 

12 

65 

36 

38 

17 

2 

I 

9 

20 

337 

186 



9 
35 
22 
29 

3 
28 

4 

10 
14 

16 

6 

40 

243 

5 
20 

27.'. 



22 

1,370 



55,420 



31,459 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



277 



1 United Stales, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 









Year 


1919— Con tl 


nued. 
September 

1 
l 

18 

20 
5 


1 i, lulKT. 


1 

November 

l 
i 

10 

8 
3 




Month not 


Total for 
period. 

7s 
158 

1 . .',23 

1 . 179 

2. 409 

ss 

1.317 

9 

90 

333 

716 

1,479 

76 

72 

50 

588 

1,106 

921 

2.270 

1,404 

2.070 

532 

66 

529 

1 . 42s 

1 . 4911 

.'.1172 

931 

5. 361 

42 

1 , 3S7 
15.120 
10.S71 

S.039 

2,165 

6.172 

1 . 5S4 

S52 
049 

2. 7115 
1.1311 
2.069 
1 . 393 

64 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


December. 


stilled. 




1 




2 
24 
32 

11 
2 
10 




113 


2 
13 
30 

7 


5 

17 
30 

12 


2 

it 

24 

10 

1 

4 


1 

17 
16 
8 


l 




114 


12 
29 
9 

1 
22 


it 

17 
1 




115a 




ll.-.ll 




II. 'it 


j 

1 




20 


13 


5 


10 


s 


9 

1 


1 1.1' 


5 

2 

17 

28 


2 
4 

Hi 

32 

1 

1 


3 

2 

12 
29 


3 


2 




2 
5 

4 

7 
1 








5 
10 








3 

19 
1 
1 
1 
3 
6 
9 

12 

7 

121 


2 
13 

2 
1 
1 
4 
8 
4 
7 
4 
65 
3 


4 
6 


3 
5 




119 


4 


120 














1221) 


1 
17 
10 
12 
17 

5 
47 

7 








1 

3 
5 
3 

8 

5 

26 


2 





122c 
122<1 


13 

7 
10 
23 

5 
44 

6 


12 
8 

11 

17 
7 

54 
8 


2 
10 

8 
11 

5 
64 

2 


4 

3 

16 

4 
47 


8 

5 
10 

6 
23 

2 


1 

1 


122c 
123 

124a 
1241> 


2 


1 25a 
125l> 










10 
27 
30 
37 
12 

44 

1 


6 

17 
24 
21 
19 

33 

30 

199 
103 

90 
49 
4.1 
3- 

7 
11 
4fi 
19 
::.. 
62 

3 


9 
21 
25 
22 
18 

34 

1 
2! 
195 
III 
62 
61 
44 
27 
4 
7 
40 
12 
36 
4s 


7 
17 
25 
19 
32 

33 


3 

20 

9 

12 

20 

22 


2 
21 
13 

12 
14 

19 


2 
10 
6 

4 
15 

20 


5 

s 
6 

II 

17 


21 
12 
5 

12 

24 




126 




127a 




127li 




127c 


1 


127(1 
127n 






26 
ISO 


14 
204 
129 

81 

59 
76 
27 

3 
in 
41 
10 
38 
37 

1 


14 
206 
117 
57 
53 

ai 

17 
I 
9 

35 
5 

21 

36 


16 
193 
113 

S3 
80 
60 
23 
5 

8 
35 
11 
22 
19 

1 


19 
155 
92 
55 
62 
61 
is 
3 

23 
2 
20 
13 


12 
145 
59 
55 
31 
60 

10 
2 
16 
17 
7 
24 
13 


6 

131 


1 


1 43a 
1 431) 


111 
93 
53 
56 

25 

6 

16 

59 

.'1 
37 


79 
70 
40 
32 
20 
1 

6 
17 

20 

11 

1 


2 

1 


144a 

Mil 

145a 
1451. 
14V 

II"! 


1 


USe 

1 45f 




1 45c 


1 
1 


I45h 
USi 

!& 

1451 
1 4.5m 
145n 
1450 

140a 
1461) 

i lu- 
ii:.! 

U7t) 


1 




1 
1 

8 
304 
137 

6 
11 
12 

9 


• i 

: 

255 
65 

3 
6 

11 
1 






6 

19 

775 

162 

7 
2s 
20 
U 


7 

16 

835 

175 

In 
2.". 

20 
Is 

1 
11 

1 

7 

15 

1 

111 

25 

203 

3 

9 

2011 

111 
1,139 


10 

14 

715 

168 

10 
18 
14 
40 




4 
4 

299 
116 

2 
4 

12 


2 

6 

294 

68 

1 

2 
6 


2 


119 

S62 

11. 191 

12.030 

933 
2. 608 
2,009 
1 , 4 .VI 

107 
2,155 

222 

1,019 
1.444 
1 091 


13 

546 
195 

9 

II 
13 
III 


« 
424 
66 

2 

2 
2 


1 

7 
2 

1 


6 


22 
5 

12 
16 
8 
10 
39 


13 
2 

6 

i» 
19 

219 
3 
8 

188 

12 
970 


9 

1 

2 
13 
9 
3 
14 
146 

4 
96 

7 

1.0IIS 


5 

1 

6 

4 

15 

103 

1 

3 

117 

6 

700 


11 
1 

2 


.' 
4 
12 
85 
1 
4 
93 

6 

540 


11 

2 
2 

1 

3 
15 

57 
1 
3 

97 

4 

514 


6 






147d 


3 
4 
4 


1 
3 
3 
2 
13 
33 




147e 




149a 




1491) 


1 i 


939 




16 
41 

1 

95 

9 
501 




2,350 

17.594 

397 

1 . 795 

Is. 20s 

1 Us 


ir.xl 


237 

4 


6 


149e 
U9f 


14 

200 

IS 


6 
91 


l\ 


U9e 

I19h 

1.50 


I.IM 


453 


33 


94.137 


18V 


18,479 


15,845 


13,406 


12,386 


9. Hi' 


8,530 


7.>>12 


7,173 


7, 563 327 

1 


2,141,107 





278 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in ' 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,1)0(1. ) 



Inter- 
nationa! 
classifl 
cation 
No. 



Monthly strength . 



183,758 243,454 309,205 458,817 



1 
4 
5 
6 

7 
s 
9 

10 

14 

IX 
19a 
19b 
19c 
19d 
19c 
191 
19g 
19h 
19i 
19] 
19k 
191 
19n 
1 '.K i 
19p 
20a 
20b 
20c 
22 
24 
25a 
25b 
20 
47 



28a 
28b 
20 
30-35 



562, 714 



776, 466 



Year, 1917. 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases {excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 

M easlea 

Scarlet fever 

VVnooping cough 

1 iiplitheria and results 

Influenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas ■ 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others) 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Parat yphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench' fever 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes eapsulatus infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 



April. 



August. September. 



9. 86 

. 59 

49. 70 

7. 51 



,9S 

56, 03 

1.76 

1.96 

.07 



0. 211 

10. 85 

.29 

7d. S4 

7. 33 
.10 

LSI 
47. OS 

1.76 

1.47 



0. 19 

1 I. 55 

.27 

00. 35 

0. 00 
.04 

2.60 
21.00 

2.41 

1.44 



0.31 
10.83 

.ox 

26. 15 

3.09 

.03 

2. S2 

10.41 

. 63 

.76 



.05 



.03 



.9S 

10. 71 

1.18 

31.67 

.13 I 



.78 

17. 55 
1.71 

30. 00 



.39 
16. 49 

.S5 

29. 92 

.04 



.21 

7. 56 



19. 72 
. 05 



.04 



11.63 

26. S4 

.33 

.13 



25. 91 

51.33 

.24 

.20 



17.77 

27. 25 

. 35 

.16 



Hi. 27 

20. 29 

.47 

.03 



.13 



.12 



Tetanus. 

Trench foot 

Mycoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism. 



. Ill 
11.29 



II. Tuberculosis (all). 



2.01 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis. ... 
Acute miliary tuberculosis. 
Tuberculosis, others 



3.76 
3. 53 



6. 20 
4. 58 
3.98 



III. Venereal diseases (all) . 



37 
38a 

3Sb 



36 

39-45 
46 
4Sa 
4sb 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 
52 b 
53a 
53b 
xs 

116 

53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55) ■ 
55d 
55e 
•Via 
56b 
57-59 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroidal infection 

Gonococcus infection 

IV. (lincral diseases (others). 

Rickets 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

(lout . 



9. 86 
10.51 
61.52 



.07 
.13 

.OS 



S. 60 
11.15 
54.36 



Scurvy 

Diabetes, melhtus V 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 

Acromegaly 

I.eucemia 

Hodgkin's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity. 



. 05 
I. OS 
3.67 

.15 



.33 
.13 



.15 



Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

General diseases (others) 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drue addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



.26 
3 46 

.13 
5.49 

.46 

.ii7 



.05 

.20 

3.72 

"s.'oV 

.15 



.23 

S3. 57 

s. 77 
9.7s 
65.01 



.01 

.23 

.62 

3.07 



.OS 
. 52 



7.00 
9. 55 
62.11 



.05 
.13 



.04 
.31 



.03 
.13 
.34 



.16 



.64 

.OS 
3.07 

.16 
2. 56 

.27 



.10 



.05 
.03 

2. 56 
.03 

1.94 
.21 
.03 



0. 68 

9. 13 

. 15 

14.27 

1.41 

. on 

3.24 
14.65 



.09 

4.05 

.32 

12. 33 



2S. 26 

29.64 

.30 

.04 

.02 



.06 

.02 

5. 44 

8. 87 

s. 19 



97. 03 

S. S3 
10.90 
77.311 



.06 

.23 

1.13 

3. is 

.02 



.21 



.02 
.04 

2.92 
.09 

LSI 
.3S 
.04 



0. 76 
14. 23 

.OS 
15.15 

1. 50 
. II 

3.29 
20. 25 

1.2S 
.37 
.12 
.66 
.02 
.02 
.20 

5.12 

lb 30 
.03 



.02 



30. 73 

21.20 

.14 

.09 



Source of information: Medical report- to t hi 1 Surgeon General's Office. 



ADMISSION'S WHITE ENLISTED HEX VXITET) STATES. 



279 



the United States, Apr. 1, 1917. to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive. 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 



1,032,244 


1,061,422 


1,129,065 


1 . 11%, 434 


1,095,039 


1, 12: 1.223 


1. 168 55v 


1 J 97, 757 


I.3'I3,7H1 


1 328,513 


1,284! 217 


Inlor- 
























nalionaj 


Year 


1917— Conti 


Hied. 








Year. 


1918. 








rlassifi- 
calion 
























No. 


October. 


November, 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August . 




11.77 


0. 51 


0. 13 


0.04 


0.111 


0. 112 


0.03 


(1. in 


0. 25 


(1.51 


0. 35 


l 


!). (17 


3. 95 


1.66 


1.29 


1.28 


2. IS 


2. 95 


5. ov 


7. Is 


s. 30 


7. 11 


i 


. 17 


.21 


.41 


.39 


.."ill 


. 5 s 


. 52 


.91 


. 52 


. 21 


. II 




51.35 


240.41 


124.25 


85.51 


33.01 


29. 15 


21.67 


16. 27 


20. 25 


27. 70 


2s. 01 


ii 


1.51 


3.61 


6. 71 


12.37 


12.04 


11.60 


9. 72 


1. 50 


1.23 


. S3 


.47 


1 


.117 


.111 


.03 


.02 


.01 


.113 


. ml 


. OS 


.01 


.09 


.05 


s 


3.49 


4. 53 


3.71 


4. 6 1 


1. 711 


5. 64 


0. 23 


3. 57 


1. 17 


1.00 


.94 


9 


40. 55 


7S. 47 


127.43 


147.91 


101.43 


224. 4S 


366. 71 


102.36 


42. 50 


31.76 


37. 32 


10 


.72 


.114 


.34 


.36 


. 14 


.50 


.49 


.79 


1.17 


.91 


.69 


14 


.62 


1.22 


2. OK 


2.81 


2.24 


1.00 


1.49 


. 87 


.45 


.31 


.22 


18 


.33 


1.48 


.S9 


2.54 


3. So 


3. 02 


2. 57 


1.66 


. 96 


.5s 


.85 


19a 


."1 
.86 


.OS 
9.11 


.03 

4.03 


.02 
3.67 




.03 
2.53 


.07 
2.81 


.04 

1.31 


.02 
2. 2S 


.01 

1.43 






4.00 


. 75 


1 9c 


.(11 
.22 


.02 
.4.") 


.01 

.86 






.01 
.72 


.113 
.54 


.02 
.72 


. Id 
.23 


. 05 
.26 


.07 
. 29 


19(1 
ISe 


1.43 


.89 


4.27 


24.11 


45. 84 


32. 62 


12. 48 


8.37 


6. 24 


5. 01 


2. 17 


1.14 


.711 


191 


1.0S 


3.09 


3.94 


4.4S 


2.43 


1.51 


1.25 


.S3 


.68 


. 55 


.28 


19c 

19h 


19.57 


47. 25 


110.19 


212. 98 


231. 14 


14S.24 


73. 74 


41.41 


21.78 


19. 97 


17.00 




.01 














.01 


.01 
.01 


.01 
.01 
. 05 


19i 
19i 

19k 
191 
1911 












.01 
.01 


.01 


.07 


.03 


. 02 




.02 


.01 

.02 

Hi. 38 


.03 








35. 96 


6.29 


8.1X1 


6. 60 


5. 35 


16. 62 


19.94 


30. 95 


22. 03 


20.72 


IS. 00 


5. 1 S 


5. 03 


4. 82 


4.49 


10. 02 


7.31 


13.02 


13.72 


11.66 


11.48 


190 


.21 


. Ill 


.04 


.21 


. 45 


.29 


.34 


.29 


. 22 


.23 


.46 


19|l 

20a 


. HI 


.10 


.07 


.01 


.03 


.07 


. 05 


.03 


III 


.02 


.05 
















.01 




.01 








.01 




.01 






.01 








20c 

22 


. 05 


.03 
.111 


.01 
.03 

.01 
.03 




.01 




. 05 


.06 
.01 
.02 
. 05 


. 10 


.24 
.01 


. 15 








.01 


.1)2 
.02 






.01 
05 


.02 


.02 
.03 




.03 


.III 


.03 


02 


.02 


251 j 


.03 


.(III 


. 05 


.OS 


.05 


.03 


.07 


.04 


.06 


. 11 


. Ill 


26 


«. 75 


7. 25 


13. 98 


21.34 


22. 14 


19. 15 


14.49 


111.65 


(1. 1 1 


4.51 


3.71 


47 


16. 35 


19.09 


20.94 


20. 42 


1S.71 


is. 41 


12. 62 


12.53 


12.70 


15. Ill 


11.93 




15. 18 


17.77 


211. (HI 


25. 21 


17.71 


17.45 


11.79 


11.58 


11.75 


11. 15 


10.84 


28a 








.04 


.02 


.05 


.04 




. 13 




.24 
.01 


2sl, 
29 


. 15 


.05 


. 05 


. 11 


.04 


.07 


.03 


.011 


.113 


.01 


1.01 


1.25 


.88 


1.06 


.90 


.S4 


.76 


.S4 


.79 


. 76 


.84 


30 35 


171.74 


121.77 


S2. 52 


69. 45 


61.91 


S3. 01 


97. 19 


151.09 


151.65 


167.30 


141.76 




22. 37 


18.02 


14. 13 


15. Hi 


14.39 


is. 10 


211.75 


27. 40 


21. 70 


26.64 


21.20 


37 


17.83 


12.79 


9.80 


6.01 


6.13 


0.31 


5. 58 


7.SS 


5. 85 


6. 85 


5.37 


3s a 


131.54 


90.96 


58.28 


48.29 


41.40 


5s. 62 


70. S7 


115. si 


123. 10 


133, M 


112.18 


38b 


.33 


.37 


.34 


.50 


.53 


32 


.30 


.44 


.62 


.79 


.66 


36 


.12 


.16 


.16 


.19 


.22 


.18 


.20 


.20 


. 17 


.23 


.23 


39-45 


1.44 


1.56 


1.39 


1.92 


1.88 


2.11 


2.20 


2.66 


2.63 


2. 88 


2.76 


46 


8.14 


8.21 


8.10 


10.22 


9.63 


10.95 


9.98 


9.31 


s. 35 


9.44 


9.9(1 


48a 


.03 
.01 
.27 


.05 
.01 
.2(1 


.03 

.01 
.16 


.01 




.04 


.03 


.05 


.04 


.02 












.21 


.23 


.17 


.21 


.27 


.26 


.26 


.26 


50 


1.35 


1.S7 


2.38 


3. 59 


.198 


2.44 


1.85 


2.45 


2. 45 


3.59 


4.88 






.01 


.01 


.01 


.01 
.01 






.01 




.02 


.01 




.Mli 
52a 
521) 
53a 
Mb 




.02 


.02 






.02 




.01 




.01 


.01 






.01 












.01 


.01 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.04 


.113 


.03 


.03 


.01 


. i6 


.66 


.57 


. 56 


.52 


.65 


.49 


. 75 


.90 


.79 


1. 11 


ss 


.02 


.05 


• 03 


.04 




.03 


.03 


.05 




.03 
. 19 
.26 


.09 
.25 


116 
53C 
54 








.04 


.08 








.09 
. 17 


.37 


.27 


.22 


. 11 


. 19 


.19 


.14 


.14 


.05 




.04 












.01 
.16 


.04 

. 20 


.01 

. In 


55a 
55b 


.03 


.02 


.03 


.02 


.04 


.06 


.07 


.06 


. 05 


.03 


.03 


.16 


.13 


. 11 


.09 


. Ill 


.07 


.06 


.09 




6.31 


5.42 


4.70 


5. 19 


3.86 


5. ss 


2. Is 


2.40 


2.67 


2. 38 


2.30 


55d 


.06 


.15 


.14 


8.66 


6.21 


4. 53 


3.62 


3. 63 


2. 56 


2.11 


.82 




1.76 


.96 


1.49 


l.lll 


1.01 


1.41 


1.73 


2. Ill 


1.33 


1. 19 


-7S 


.V.a 


1.35 


.69 


.83 


.61 


.68 


.83 


1.52 


2. 58 


2. 15 


2. 76 


2.04 


56b 


.01 


.08 


.07 


.10 


.03 


.03 


.07 


.09 


.08 


.10 


1 .04 


57-59 



280 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, ichite enlisted men in the 
ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



s 
y 

10 
14 

18 

19a 

19b 

19c 

I'M 

l»e 

19f 

19R 

19h 

19i 

191 

19k 

191 

19m 

19n 

18o 

I9p 

20a 

2(lh 

211c 

22 

24 

25a 

25b 

26 

47 



Monthly strength. 



Cause. 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 

Typhoid fever 

Malarial fevers (all) 

Smallpox 



Measles 



Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others;. . . 

( !hicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic). 

Mumps 

Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute 

Trench" fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases (others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes capsuiatus infection 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

Mycoses ( others ) 

Pellagra 

Acut e an iculur rheumatism 



II. Tuberculosis (nil). 



28a Tuberculosis of lungs 

28b Suspected tuberculosis... 

29 Acute miliary tuberculosis 

30-35 Tuberculosis (others) 



III. Venereal diseases (all). 



37 Syphilis (all) 

38a Chancroidal infection 
38b Oonococcus infection . 



IV. General diseases (others). 

36 Rickets 

39-45 Cancer and other malignant tumors 

4ti Tumors, benign 

48a Arthritis 

48b Gout 

49 Scurvy 

50 Diabetes, mellitus 

51a Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism) 

51b Cretinism and myxedema 

52a Addison's disease 

52b Acromegaly 

53a Leucemia .' 

53b Hodgkin's disease 

88 Goiter, simple 

116 Spleen, diseases of 

53c Other diseases of the ductless glands 

54 Anemia, chlorosis 

5.",a Hemophilia 

55b Obesil y 

55c Purpura 

55d Muscular rheumatism 

55e General diseases (others) 

56a Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

56h Drug addict ion 

57-59 I Poisoning, chronic 



1, 321, 440 1,343, 933 1 , 255, 1 9: 



041,219 672,937 



471,815 



Year, 1918- Continued. 



Year, 1919. 



September. October. November. December. January. February. 



(1.24 

5. 38 

.15 

23. 73 

.42 

.03 

1. 01 

869. 54 

.82 

.22 

.58 



.59 
.04 
.19 

. 17 

.37 

17.00 

.05 



0.12 

1.59 

.11 

25. 59 

.96 

.02 

.71 

, 823. 09 

.29 

.24 

.33 

.02 

.57 

.04 

.20 

.18 

1.21 

16. 23 



.06 



14.58 

5.56 

.64 

.02 



J is 

.III 



9.30 

3.02 

3.46 

.04 



.02 

.07 

2.50 



8.40 
.59 

."I 



120.46 

20. SO 

4.59 

95. 07 



.42 
.17 

I. 70 
8.26 



.02 

.04 

.01 

2.73 

S.74 

7.47 
.63 
.03 
.62 

54.20 

10.71 
2.29 
41.20 



.44 
. 13 
.97 
8.14 
.01 



.01 
.19 

4.92 
.01 



.03 
.01 
.02 
.38 
. 05 
. 15 
.17 
.0.-, 
.07 
.04 

2.22 
.64 
.69 

1.76 
.03 , 



. 13 
6. 53 
.01 
.01 
.04 
.01 
.03 
.29 
.04 
.11 
.16 
. 05 
.04 
.02 
3.24 
.49 
. 55 
.83 
.03 



0.08 

1.02 

.11 

29. IS 

4.26 
.01 

1.17 
203.97 
.36 
.35 
.47 
.04 
.7;i 
.05 
.18 
.09 
.67 
26.09 



0.04 

.61 

.11 

19. 55 

3. 53 



1.56 

155.26 

.38 

.66 

3.05 
.01 

1.07 
.15 
.29 
.83 
.80 
60.16 
.04 



.03 



.01 

12.08 
8.15 
3.65 



.05 
.01 



1.43 

3.95 

2.61 

.03 



.1)1 
.03 
.02 
.03 
.04 
. II 
3.07 

1 1 . 08 

9.68 
. 75 
.01 
.65 

53.18 

12.26 
2. 06 

:;s. s.; 



.17 
1.71 

11.82 
.01 



.HI 



.28 
HI. 13 



.01 
.03 



.02 
.51 
.02 
.06 
.11 



.05 
.04 
3. 43 
1.04 
.95 
. 57 
. 03 



. 15 

.04 

.08 

2.89 

7. 05 

5.10 

1.58 

.01 

.36 

43. 18 

11.12 

2.14 

29.91 



.17 

.94 

9.41 

.03 



.23 

3. 63 



.01 . 
.36 
.01 I. 
.10 
. 15 
.01 . 
.05 . 
.05 
2. 56 
.68 
.94 
.36 
.It! 



0.09 

.55 

.04 

7.31 

7.15 



3.07 
139. 49 

.52 
1.07 
1.91 

.02 
1.23 

.45 

.54 
1.19 

.80 
107.48 

.02 



.04 
.07 
.41 
.12 
.95 
.09 



.09 
.02 



3.87 

8.97 

7.15 
1.28 
.02 
.52 

46.03 

12.89 

2.98 

30. 16 



.20 

.18 
1.43 

9.81 



.29 

2.19 

.02 



.02 
.45 



.07 
.21 



.02 
2.92 
1.03 
1.11 
.36 
.02 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



281 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dee. .31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ANNUAL RATIOS I'ER 1.000. 



406, 839 


339, 836 


291,810 


246, ma 


215, 104 


156, 791 


149,360 


139,877 


132, 103 


135,441 


1,065.297 


Inter- 








Year, 1919 — Continued. 










Total for 
period. 


national 
classifi- 

eat ion 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 

0.09 
16. 19 

.09 
2. 90 

.73 


December. 


No. 


0. 12 
1.06 

.15 
3.60 
6. 49 

.03 
4.90 
45.57 

.38 
1.36 
4.04 


0. 35 
1.87 

.28 
2.40 
3.67 


1 

0. 25 
1.81 
.12 
1.69 
2.39 


0. 58 
2.14 

.10 
1.41 

.44 


0. 50 
5. 69 

.28 
1.00 

.45 ; 


0.54 

1(1. 26 
. 2i 

1.91 
.31 
.08 
.69 

8.57 
.23 
.54 
.46 


0. 48 

9. in 
.08 

1.77 
.17 
.17 
.72 

8. 68 
.56 
.24 

1.21 


0.09 
13. 13 

. 17 
.HI 
.17 
.17 
..86 
10. 12 
. 13 
.17 
1.89 


0.27 

6. 56 

.62 

2. 92 

L.68 

.09 

.89 

5. 05 

.27 

.27 

.71 


(I. 25 

4. 89 

.29 

40. OS 

4.47 
.04 

2.84 

242. 62 

. 64 

.95 

1. 50 
.02 

1.S6 
. 05 
.48 

7. 86 

1.25 
59. 78 
.01 
.00 
.02 
.01 
.01 
15.30 

9. 57 

.05 
. (HI 

.01 
. 05 
.111 
.03 
.03 
. 115 
s. 12 

13.37 

12. 14 
.43 
.01 
.76 

101.12 

17.76 
7.50 
75.84 

.40 
.IS 

l.ss 

8.(3 

.02 

.(X) 

. 22 

3.04 

.01 
■ IX) 
.01 
.01 
.02 
. 56 

.03 

.07 
.is 
.03 
.06 
.07 
3.41 
1.89 
1..54 
1. 15 
.05 


1 

4 
5 
6 

S 


4.59 

33. 16 

.35 

1.02 

5.47 
.04 
.95 
. 11 
.67 

1.27 

.74 

29.77 


3.00 

10. 82 

.74 

.82 

3.66 


1.31 

12. 73 

.49 

.39 

2. 38 


.89 
7.31 

.28 
.28 
.61 


.73 
5. 17 
.54 
.45 
.45 


9 
1(1 

14 

IS 

19a 
19b 


2.06 
.03 
.71 
1.95 
..50 
66.48 
.06 


.49 

.04 
.90 

. 15 

.70 
14.15 


.34 




.08 


.24 
.17 
.17 

.17 
1.9s 








19c 




.09 
.34 

.09 
2.66 






I9d 


.78 

.10 

. II 

8.36 


.50 

.06 

. 30 

3.12 


.15 

.08 

.38 

4.29 


.09 

.09 ' 
2.18 


1.06 
.09 
.09 

4.61 


19e 
19f 
19g 
19h 
I9i 








.11 


.15 










19i 

r.<k 


.03 


.01 
.11 
















.10 














191 




.04 

5. 55 

2.18 

.16 

.04 


.11 

15.40 

6.14 

.22 

.17 


.08 

13. 78 

5.13 

.31 




.09 

13. 13 

4.12 

.26 




.09 
14.00 

7.71 
.35 


19m 


.29 

.27 
.29 
.06 


3. 64 
.81 

.18 
.04 


10. 35 

3.60 
.53 
.10 


12. 29 

3.29 

.24 


15. 32 

6. 16 

.54 


19n 
190 

19p 
20a 












20b 
















20c 


.03 


.04 
.04 
.11 
.01 






.06 













22 






24 


.29 


. 12 


.24 


. 11 




.08 


.09 


. IS 




25a 








25b 


.03 


















26 


4.57 

11. (XI 

8.67 
1.39 
.06 
.88 

48. 67 

13. 45 
5.01 
30.20 

.29 

.12 

2.04 

12.09 


2.93 

13. 63 

11.26 
1. 59 

.07 
.71 

.50.63 

14.34 

6.21 

30.08 

.25 

.18 

2.79 

10. 56 

.07 


2.92 

17. 4S 

14.85 
1.60 


1.31 

16. 47 

13.61 
1.99 
. 05 
.83 

81.80 

19.97 
12. 30 
49.52 

.19 

.49 

2.53 

8.36 


1.39 

15.29 

12.83 

2.29 

.06 

.11 

116.71 

'29. 18 
20. 36 
67.17 

.06 

.28 
2.57 
6.36 


1.01 

12.01 

9. 57 
1.68 


1.21 

11.73 

9.24 
1.45 
.17 
.88 

110.63 

23.94 
15.99 
70.71 

.17 

.17 

3.21 

4.74 


2.23 

6. 69 

4. 98 
1.46 


1.72 

6.10 

4. 26 
1.54 
.00 

.27 

93.62 

19.21 
14. 32 
60.09 


1.51 

4.61 

2.66 
1.95 


47 

2sa 
2Sb 

29 


1.03 

75.31 

IS. 55 

0.99 

46. 77 

.29 

.33 

2.80 

9.46 


.77 

107.61 

23. 65 
17.53 
66.43 

.15 

.15 

2.83 

6. 05 
.08 


.26 

10S. 60 

19.99 
16. 30 
72.32 

.17 

.09 

2.23 

5. 66 


30-35 


si. 27 

1 1. 97 
13.03 

56. 27 


37 
38a 

38b 

36 






30 45 


1.54 
3.17 


l.OS 
4.78 


46 
48a 

4Sb 
















49 


.35 
1.21 


.21 
1.17 


.37 
1.36 


.34 

2. 04 


.06 

2.73 


.08 
1.45 

.08 




.17 
.51 




.27 
.Is 




.32 


.27 


( 51a 














52a 




















52b 


.06 




.04 




.00 
.110 
50 
. 11 
.17 
.28 
.06 
.06 










53a 






. 05 
.73 






.09 
.00 






53b 


.18 


.35 

.04 
.04 
.11 


.45 


.54 


.24 
.08 

.24 


.36 


.09 


ss 




.08 
.25 


.24 
.24 


.15 
.31 


.09 






53c 


.18 

.06 
.03 

.06 
2.24 

.01 

1.68 

.11 
.06 


. 09 




























.111 
1.98 

.78 
1.98 

.32 


.04 
1.77 

.78 
3.25 

.53 




.08 
2.45 

.38 
3.21 

.69 






.18 
3.54 

.71 
4.71 

.8(1 




1.90 

1.17 

2.72 

.53 

.10 


1.84 
1.06 

2.51 

.28 


2.65 
.72 

3.05 
.96 


3.09 
1.54 

4.20 
.69 


3.17 

1.36 

2.81 

.54 


55d 
558 
Via 
56b 
57-59 



282 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the 
ANNUAL RATIOS FEU 1,000. 



Inter- 
national 








Year 


, 1917. 






cation 
No. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


September. 


60 


V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 














61 




n. 13 


0.111 


0.04 

.08 

!6i' 


0.10 

. (15 
.03 
.08 
.03 


0.02 
.04 
.11 
.11 
.0(1 




62 




.08 ' 


63a 






.05 

. II.") 
. ()."i 


.116 
. 05 
.05 


631) 




.13 

. 33 


66a 






66b 

title 
69 








.03 
.16 

2.33 
. (15 

1.26 
.55 
.08 
.03 


.04 
.09 
2.37 
.02 
.81 
.66 
.02 


" 




.21) 

1.89 

.13 

.91 

1.31 


.34 
2.(10 
.111 
. 59 
1.98 


.in 

2.21 

.114 
.66 
.97 


.17 

3.65 

.11 




74a 




74li 




1.61 


74c 




1.27 


74d 




.06 


74e 








.OS 


.02 


74 f 






.05 
. 05 
.64 
2.15 
.21 




72 




.13 
1.18 
1.7(1 

.52 


.in 

1.12 

1.32 

.43 

.04 

1.55 

.54 

.97 

.39 

1.16 


.10 

.97 

1.23 

.37 


.13 
1.00 
1.56 

.47 


.19 
1.28 
1.67 

.70 


73a 




73b 




73c 




73(1 




74g 
67 




1.11 

.07 
. 52 
.52 
.26 
1.18 


.88 

.24 
.34 
.24 
1.37 
.10 
. (15 
.24 
.29 
.49 

.54 
.44 
. 05 
.05 

"'.'i(V 


1.05 

05 
.34 
.58 
.37 
1.05 
.03 
.16 
.Hi 
.21 
.47 

.(ill 
.34 
.08 
.13 
.05 

.lis 


1.04 

.02 
.43 

1.17 
.36 

1.26 
.06 
.26 
.21 
.30 
.51 

.62 
.3(1 
.13 
.11 
.09 
.06 
.02 
.02 
.26 
4.31 
.17 
.15 
.02 
.(14 
.34 
.47 
.11 


1.08 

.03 
.85 

3.01 
.49 

1.41 


VI. Mi ntal alh nation. 


68a 
6Sb 




tisc 




C.Sil 




tisc 




.23 


68( 




.2(1 
.33 
.33 
.33 

.78 

.411 
.13 
.13 
.07 


.16 
.27 
.12 
.47 

. 66 

.31 
.19 
.12 
.04 


.34 
.68 
.37 

.83 

.82 
.25 
.17 
.29 
.11 
.06 
.03 


6X;; 




BSh 




OSi 






VII. Eyes and their anneia, diseases of. 


















75b 












751 




.13 
.117 
7.44 
.39 
.2(1 
.26 
.20 
.46 
.07 
.07 


. 05 
.24 
9.87 
.20 
.29 
.20 


.08 
.12 
7.41 
.31 
.12 
.04 
.04 
.27 
.27 
.12 


.03 

.in 

4.86 
.29 
.13 
.08 
.03 
.31 
.34 
.08 






1.50 
4.23 
.17 
.12 
.03 
.09 
.57 
.42 
.09 
.02 
.11 
.49 


75 1 








75h 








75| 




75k 




.54 
.54 


7.51 














7.V) 






.10 
.44 




.03 
.31 


.06 

.34 


75p 




.26 


.31 




7.".r 




1.44 

to. :!s 
.72 
,2li 


1.03 

8.95 
.34 
.24 


.7(1 

6.21 
.43 
.31 


.81 

5. (HI 
.31 
.39 


.79 

5.82 
.38 
.26 


.79 

6.01 
.42 

.28 
.05 
.34 

.23 
1.50 


76a 


V 1 1 1 . Kit, diseases eif. 


76b 

7tic 






7tkl 




76c 
86a 


Ear, other diseases of 

IX. Nasal fossa, diseases of . 


.46 

.65 

1. 1-. 


.34 

.39 
.93 


.27 

.19 
1.01 


.31 

.34 
.73 


.32 

.36 
1.68 


86b 




86c 




86(1 
86c 

Mil 




.13 
2.02 
.20 | 


.10 
1.32 
.24 


.16 
.97 
. 19 


.08 
.71 
.13 


.09 

.77 
.13 


.14 
.83 
.05 
.02 
7.53 
.31 


86g 




siih 




10.71 
.39 1 


15.35 
.49 1 


8. 50 | 
.27 1 


3.92 
. 10 


5.05 
.19 . 


86i 


Nasal fossrr, other diseases of 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



283 



1 United Slates, Apr. 1 , 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 
I ANNUAL RATIOS PEK 1,000. 



Year, 


1917— Continued. 








Year 


1918. 






j Inter- 
national 


October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


uraaaiu- 

cation 
No. 


! 


0.02 
.14 




0.01 
.24 


0.02 
.12 


0. 04 
.16 


0.02 
.14 


0.01 
.14 


0.02 
.09 


0.03 
.14 


0.01 
.08 


60 


II. Wi 


0.20 


61 


.09 


.OB 


.10 


.05 


. 11 


.09 


.08 


.09 


.09 


.09 


.08 


62 


.20 


.08 


.07 


.05 


. 11 


.20 


.13 


.13 


.14 


16 


.17 


63a 


.19 


. 15 


.21 


. 14 


.22 


.16 


.IS 


.37 


.29 


.42 


. 46 


63b 


.15 


.16 


.15 


. in 


.09 


.09 


.13 


.16 


.17 


.09 


.12 


64 






.01 
.04 


.01 
.01 




.05 
.01 


.02 

.02 


.02 

.03 


.OS 
.02 


.02 
.01 


.04 
.04 


66a 


.01 


. 03 


.02 


66b 


.45 


.42 


.39 


.42 


.27 


.50 


.43 


34 


49 


.39 


. 56 


06c 


4.07 


3.12 


3.37 


3.22 


2. 53 


3.20 


3.15 


3.93 


4.20 


4.93 


5. 12 


69 


Y .31 
2.02 


.17 
2.06 


. 10 
1.85 


.02 

l.gs 


.02 
1.78 




.02 
2.15 


.02 
3.60 


.03 
3. 38 


.04 
4.32 




74a 


2.08 


4. OS 


74b 


2.03 


2.26 


2.29 


1.81 


1.37 


1.26 


1.01 


1.26 


1.16 


1.32 


1.31 


74c 


.OS 


.17 


.14 


.IS 


.16 


.28 


.24 


39 


.51 


.72 


. 55 


74(1 


.02 


.1)1 
.01 

. 11 




.02 
.01 
.14 


.01 


.05 
.03 
.15 


.17 

."is" 


.55 
.03 
.23 


.97 


1.90 
.03 
.19 


2.91 
.01 
.21 


74e 


.01 
.15 


741 
72 


.21 


.05 


.20 


1.60 


1.48 


1.20 


1.74 


1.24 


1.69 


1.70 


2.04 


2.20 


2.64 


3.57 


73a 


2.07 


2.15 


2.02 


2.80 


2.52 


2. 52 


1.S8 


1.66 


1.49 


1.69 


1.55 


73b 


1.44 


1.45 


1.09 


2. 05 


1.74 


2.33 


1.84 


1.70 


1.66 


1.S3 


1.64 


73c 


.05 


.07 


.07 


. 05 


.11 


.07 


.06 


.14 


. 1^ 


.18 


.10 


73(1 


1.4S 


1.12 


1.50 


1.79 


1.51 


2.28 


2.20 


2.16 


2.45 


2.15 


2.H7 


"*g 


1 
























.06 


.08 


.04 


.12 


.16 


.13 


.OS 


.10 


.10 


.14 


.20 


67 


.85 


1.40 


1.5S 


2.65 


2. 52 


3.54 


2.54 


2.73 


2.02 


2.38 


2. .56 


68a 


3. .56 


3.81 


5.91 


6.33 


6. 55 


7.36 


4.95 


7.00 


5.50 


6. 3S 


6.46 


6S1, 


.51 


.64 


.51 


.47 


.33 


.21 


.25 


.24 


. 26 


.22 


.21 


68c 


1.81 


1.63 


1.79 


2.66 


2.30 


2.74 


2.78 


4.42 


3. SI 


3. SO 


3.6S 


68(1 


.27 


.24 


28 


.42 


.23 


.34 


.29 


.15 


.31 


.31 


.39 


68,. 


.51 


.SO 


.71 


1.43 


1. 45 


1.63 


1.61 


2.39 


2.38 


3.02 


3.02 


681 


.27 


. 16 


.12 


.07 


.10 


.19 


.24 


.36 


.29 


.21 


. 16 


68g 


.45 


.47 


.73 


.72 


.42 


.62 


.79 


1.00 


.82 


.S4 


.S3 


6Sh 


.90 


.81 


.71 


.60 


.41 


.36 


. 58 


.92 


.66 


.62 


.82 


68i 


1.86 


1. 52 


1.67 


2. S3 


2.87 


2.34 


2.15 


2.81 


3.16 


3. 25 


1.89 


75a 


.67 


.61 


.66 


1.00 


.75 


.S4 


.75 


1.08 


1.03 


.97 


.56 


75a(D 


.44 


38 


.22 


.46 


. 35 


.38 


.34 


.32 


.41 


.51 


.34 


75al 2 ) 


.36 


.27 


.32 


.46 


.68 


.36 


.42 


.61 


.77 


.91 


.42 


75a(3) 


.38 


.25 


.47 


.92 


1.10 


.75 


.64 


.79 


.95 


.86 


. 57 


75a(4) 


.07 


.20 


.21 


.38 


.21 


.32 


.36 


.44 


.47 


.77 


. 36 


75b 


.02 


.06 


.01 


.03 


.01 


.02 


.01 


.03 


.06 


.07 


.07 


75c 


.15 


.05 


.01 


.07 


.09 


.16 


.08 


.14 


. in 


.14 


.12 


75d 


2.29 


1.01 


.49 


. 53 


.54 


.83 


.98 


.98 


1.14 


2.17 


1.3S 


75e 


7.77 


13. 23 


S.90 


6. 82 


5.75 


6.14 


5.61 


5.22 


4.72 


4. 15 


3. 36 


751 


.38 


.21 


.IS 


.23 


.27 


.44 


.61 


.43 


.51 


..54 


.30 


75a 

75h 


i .58 


.59 


.71 


.37 


.66 


.61 


.34 


.33 


.51 


..50 


.45 


.05 


.11 


.09 


.09 


.11 


.07 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.02 


.112 


75i 


.14 


.08 


.07 


.24 


.23 


.20 


.25 


.19 


.16 


.31 


.22 


--1 
75R 


I .73 


.64 


38 


.62 


.47 


.49 


46 


.4S 


. 42 


.54 


. 53 


.92 


.49 


.57 


. 58 


.57 


.86 


.90 


.91 


1.03 


1.07 


1.11 


751 


.14 


.15 


.05 


.21 


.15 


.18 


.15 


.21 


.22 


.21 


.24 


75m 


.06 
.07 


.02 
.02 


.04 
.04 




.03 
.07 


.03 
.04 


.07 
.06 


.05 
.05 




.11 
.16 


.04 
. 15 


75n 
75o 


.07 


.17 


.57 


.73 


.54 


.06 


.43 


.51 


.59 


.68 


.70 


.81 
.01 
1.38 


.59 


75p 
75q 
75r 


1.29 

1 

10.34 


1.46 


1.43 


1.17 


1. 10 


1.28 


1. 03 


.96 


1.21 


.97 


13.57 


17.69 


24.92 


23. 33 


19.07 


14.25 


10.36 


8. 54 


9.95 


9.73 


76a 


, .36 


.46 


.73 


1.41 


1. OS 


1.06 


.70 


.37 


.41 


.36 


.31 


76b 


.23 


.21 


.23 


.41 


.33 


.29 


.27 


.23 


.33 


. 35 


.M 


76c 


.07 


.OS 


.04 


.32 


. 22 


.12 


.10 


. 10 


.29 


. 17 


.11 


76d 


1 .56 


.67 


.60 


.63 


.53 


. 55 


.32 


.37 


.52 


. 55 


.35 


76e 


.44 


.46 


.34 


.42 


.47 


.4S 


.47 


..56 


.31 


.23 


.23 


86a 


2.22 


3.20 
.01 
.33 


3.31 


4.62 


3.31 


4. IS 


4.30 


4.54 


4.88 


5.22 
.01 
.36 


4.53 


86b 
86c 
86d 


L .23 


.32 


.30 


.30 


.36 


.23 


.2S 


.26 


.18 


L f2 


1.72 


2.33 


3.75 


3.54 


3.94 


3. 13 


2.40 


1.90 


1.79 


1.70 


86c 


-,',? 


.28 


.12 


. 14 


. 11 


.15 


. 1^ 


. 27 


.17 


.22 


.30 


86f 


.01 

13.80 


.01 
16.27 




.01 
23. 15 




.01 
11.84 


.04 
13. 71 




.03 
4.00 


.01 
4.56 


.01 
5.35 


86g 
86h 


21. 02 


10. 57 


6.61 


.65 


.66 .58 

okko o= on 


.76 


. 55 


.51 


.58 


. 46 


.63 


.72 


.50 


86i 



■2 si 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, while enlisted men in thlt 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Cause. 



Year, IMS— ConCnued. 



September. October. November. December 



V. Nervous system, diseases of (all). 



Encephalitis 

Meningitis, simple 

Locomotor ataxia 

Multiple sclerosis 

Spinal cord, diseases of (others). 
Apoplexy. 



Facial paralysis 

Paraplegia.. 

Paralysis without specified cause (others). 

Epilepsy 

.lacksonian epilepsy 

Neurasthenia 

Enuresis 



Neurosis 

Neurocirculatory asthenia (disordered action of the heart). 

Shell-shock (cause not given) 

Chorea. 



Hysteria and results (psychosesexcepted). 

Neuralgia 

Neuritis 

Speech, defective 

Nervous system, other diseases of 



VI. Mental alienation. 



Genera] paralysis of t he insane. . — 
Constitutional psychopathic states,.. 

Mental deficiency 

Malingering 

Dementia precox 

Psychasthenia 

Psyehoneurosis 

Psychosis, alcoholic 

Psychosis, manic-depressive 

Psychoses (others) 



VII. Eyes and their annexa, diseases nf. 



Refractive errors (all) 

(1) Astigmatism 

(2) Hyperopia 

(3) Myopia 

(4) Defective vision (cause not stated) . 

Strabismus 

Leucoma 

Cataract. 



Trachoma 

Conjunctivitis (others) 

Pterygium 

Amblyopia 

Amaurosis 

Choroiditis 

Iritis 

Keratitis 

Retinitis 

Nvstagmus 

Glaucoma 

Eyelids, diseases of 

Color-blindness 

Eyes and annexa, other diseases of 

VIII. Ear, diseases of. 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis externa 

Defective hearing (cause not stated) 

Ear, other diseases 



IX. ynsal foss.r, diseases of . 

Adenoids 

Deviation of nasal septum, and spurs 

Nose, external deformity of 

Turbinate hypertrophy 

Sinusitis (all) *. 

Polypus, nasal 

Perforated nasal septum 

Rhinitis (cause not stated) 

Nasal fossae , ot her diseases of 



II. (is 

.09 

.15 

.40 

.15 

.00 

.07 

.32 

3.92 

.03 

2.54 

1.28 

.45 

3.22 

.06 

. 17 

2. 50 

1.31 

1.42 

.09 

2.05 



. in 
2.15 
6.56 

.15 
2.70 

.20 ! 
2.31 

.05 J 

.79 



1.52 
.51 
. 35 
.28 
.37 
.34 
.03 
. 10 
I. mi 
2. 52 
.37 
.39 
.02 
.15 
.62 
.93 
.19 
.05 
.15 
.47 



.94 



s. ss 
.25 
.51 
.19 
.44 



.16 

3. 69 



. 35 
1.33 
.19 
.02 
16.07 
37.16 



0.12 
.05 
. 15 
.23 
.13 
. 11 
.04 
.47 

3.24 

'2.'2(V 

.79 

.29 

2.92 

.07 

.16 

1.95 

1.42 

1.72 

.10 

2.44 



.13 

2.23 

6. 56 
.12 

2.71 
.26 

2.48 
. 14 
.8.9 
.92 



1.01 
.21 
.12 
.21 

. 17 
. is 
.04 
.06 
.63 
1.77 
. 16 
.13 



.25 
. 12 
.51 
.21 
.01 
.06 
.34 



8. SI 
.29 
.28 
. Is 
.13 



.06 

.88 
.02 
.19 
1.48 

.08 



0.01 
. 05 
.12 
.12 
.47 
.15 
.13 
.05 
.46 

3.26 
.02 

3. 30 
.95 
.29 

4. 90 
. 10 
. 14 

2. 50 
1.49 
2.39 
.11 
2.35 



.08 

3.26 

10.48 

.11 

2.92 

.24 

5.31 

.11 

.79 

.91 



1.64 
.33 
.15 
.37 
.79 
.23 
.05 
.11 
. 72 

2. 45 
.22 
.26 
.03 
.25 
.40 
. 75 
.34 
.02 
.07 
.35 
.02 
.91 



.51 
.23 
.29 
.33 



.03 
2.60 



.23 

1.82 

.12 



0.06 

.09 



.28 
.20 
. 11 
.01 
.38 

1.71 
.01 

2. 15 
.51 
.23 

1.94 
.ill 
.08 

1.31 

1.61 

1.62 
.04 

1.68 



. OS 
1.44 
3.77 
.03 
1.85 
.08 
1.57 
. Id 
. 52 
!69 



9.75 
.46 
. Ill 
.36 
.20 



.09 
1.47 



40.75 
13. 42 



31.02 
2.93 



.15 
1.98 
.10 
.01 
26.73 
2.97 



Vear, 1919. 



January. February. 



(>. 12 
.09 



,08 

. 16 
. 11 



.29 
1.41 



3.73 
.41 

. 12 
1.21 
.16 



1. 57 

2.32 
1.55 



2.64 



1.32 
1.84 
.02 
2.09 
.20 
.84 
.18 
.95 



1.33 


1. 18 


.34 


.34 


. IS 


.23 


.32 


. IS 


.48 


.43 


.08 


. 25 


.03 


. 11 


.13 


. 11 


.64 


.48 


3. 26 


3.57 


.09 


.07 


. 18 


.32 


.01 




.24 


.07 


.36 


.64 


.70 


.73 


.13 


.23 


.03 


.04 


.04 




.46 


.71 



.23 
1.98 



.11 

3.42 

.21 

.02 

35.38 

5.01 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



285 



United States, Apr. 1, 1.917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,1100. 











Year, 1919— 


Continued. 










Total for 
period . 

0.02 

.11 

.08 

.10 

.24 

.12 

.07 

.02 

. 39 

3.17 

.11.5 

2. OS 

1.21 

.20 

1.19 

.04 

.14 

1.85 

1.78 

1.59 

.08 

1.85 

.10 

1.98 

5. Oli 

.26 

2. 55 

.24 

1.73 

.19 

.71 

. 69 

1.98 
.1.4 
.33 
.4.5 

. 29 
.04 
. 11 
.92 

.5. 09 
.32 
.38 
.04 
.18 
.52 
. 75 
.18 
.03 
.07 
.57 
.00 

1.09 

12.03 
.54 

. 36 
.19 
.43 

.30 

3.29 

.00 

.28 

2.22 

. 17 

.01 

15. Ml 

1 3.90 


Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


March. 

0.06 
.03 
.03 

.03 
.06 
.03 
.12 
.09 
.1.5 

1.39 
.03 

3.66 
.29 
.09 

1.27 
.18 
.09 

1.59 

1.65 

1.62 
.06 

1.39 

.09 
1.53 
2.06 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 

0. 06 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


0.04 
.14 

.07 
.04 
.32 




0.10 
.10 






0. 09 


00 


0.04 
.IK 
.04 
.2.5 
.08 
.2.5 




0.08 


0.26 


0.09 


61 


.11 

. 17 
. 00 
.11 












.05 
. 0.5 
.24 


.08 
.15 
.15 


• ••--• 

.17 


.17 




.09 
. 09 


63b 


.09 
.27 


64 


.21 


.43 


66a 






.18 

1.17 


. 33 
1.19 


1.94 
.92 


..50 
1.34 


.38 
2.07 


.24 
2.17 


.20 

2.^ 


.09 
1.03 


"i.'oo" 


OOC 
69 


3.7i 

.39 

.11 

1.34 

.07 

.07 

1.55 

1.24 

1.45 

.11 

1.4.5 

.07 

1.48 

2.15 

.07 

2.19 

.25 

1.09 

.11 

.92 

.81 

1.13 
.49 
.18 
.2.5 
.21 
. 2.5 
.07 
.14 
.78 

2.75 
.32 
.2,5 
.04 
.2.5 
.99 
.78 
.21 
.04 
.04 
.35 
.04 
.71 

9.07 
.78 
.39 
.2.5 

.28 

.2.5 
2.93 


3. 02 
.29 
.12 

1.03 

.21 

.0.4 
2.01 

.90 
1.73 

.04 
1.36 

.16 

1.30 

2. 07 

.04 

2.59 

.25 

.90 

.16 

1.03 

.82 

3.31 
.90 
.08 

1.64 
.70 
.33 
.12 
.4.5 
.78 

1.11 
.58 
.58 


0. 95 
.41 
.10 
.92 
.34 


7.08 
.39 
.11 
.89 
.17 
. 00 
1.28 
1.28 
1.79 
. 17 
1.73 


3.83 
.77 
.08 
.77 
.08 
.(is 
1.4.5 
1.4.5 
1.08 


3. 54 

1.45 

.08 

.17 


2.00 

1.80 

.09 

.43 

.26 


1.81 
1.54 

.09 


2.22 
1.24 

" "'.Hi' 

.09 


74b 
74c 
71.1 
74c 
74f 


.17 
2.57 
1.4.5 
2.41 




72 


1.80 

.63 

1. 6.5 


2.40 
1.40 
1.54 
.17 
2.14 


2. 08 
1.54 
1.36 
.27 
1.18 


1.77 
2. 66 
2.22 
.18 
1. 15 

.18 

.62 

1.33 


73a 
73b 
73c 
73d 


1.46 

.24 
1.56 
1.75 

.10 
2.14 

.15 
1. .51 

.10 
1.46 
1.20 

7. 92 

.87 

3.11 

3. 16 

.78 

.34 

.10 

.24 

1.31 

6. 03 

.73 

.44 

.05 

.29 

.97 

.58 

.0.5 


1.68 


1.01 


74g 

67 

68a 

68b 


1.73 
2.01 

.11 
2.90 

.17 
1.00 

.00 
1.17 

. 78 

4.80 

1. 50 

1.12 

1.73 

.39 

.22 

.00 

.28 

.50 

3.35 

. .50 

.22 


1.84 
1.76 

.38 
1.81 

.23 
1.07 

.1.5 
1.07 

.54 

2.22 
.92 

.38 
.77 
.1.5 
.31 
.08 
.23 
.31 
4.52 
. 69 
.23 


1.45 
2.09 
.17 
1.85 
.17 
.50 
.17 
.48 
.80 

.88 
. .56 
.08 
.08 
.17 
.32 
.08 
.24 
.40 
1.98 
.56 
.32 


1.54 

2.49 

.09 

2.32 


1.4.5 

1.18 
. 30 

1.54 
.18 
.18 
.27 
.63 

1. 00 

1.54 
.91 
.4.5 
.09 
.09 
.09 


1.62 
.12 
.68 

.12 
1.06 
.47 

1.39 
..53 
.21 
.29 
.35 
. 35 
.12 
.1.5 
.50 

2.83 
.24 
.18 


1.24 
.18 
.80 
.18 
.44 

1.51 

1.12 

:S 

.09 
.09 
.18 


68d 


.34 


68f 
68g 
68b 
68i 

7.5a 

75a(l) 

7.5a(2) 

7.5a(3) 

7.5a(4) 

75b 


.94 
.43 

1.20 
.34 
.51 
.09 
.26 
.51 
.17 
.09 
.51 

3. 86 
.51 
.17 




.09 
. 3.5 
3.90 
.09 
.44 


7.5(1 


.54 

4. 62 

.27 

.18 


7.5c 
75f 
75g 
75h 


.1.5 
.68 
.74 
.18 
.09 
.06 
.38 
.03 
1.50 

11.97 
.35 
.44 
.21 
.15 

.15 

3.04 

.03 

.41 

3.78 
.21 


.49 

.90 

1.07 

.21 


.22 
.73 
1.00 

.22 


.31 
.40 
1. 15 
.31 
.08 








.18 
.80 
.53 
.09 


75 
75k 
751 
7.5m 


.32 
. 96 
.17 


.77 
.60 
.17 


. 63 

.73 

.09 
.09 


.04 

.82 


.05 
1.46 


.06 
1.12 


.08 
1.29 






1.22 


.80 


.4.5 


1.00 


75p 
75q 
75r 

76a 
76b 
76c 


1.64 

12.46 
.29 
.29 
.66 

.58 

.29 
3.95 


2.09 

10. 02 

.34 

.49 

1.80 

.39 

.39 
4.13 


1.39 

15.00 
.39 
1.23 

.67 
1.23 

.00 
4.52 


1.4.5 

14. 62 

.46 

1.07 

.31 

.01 

.08 
5.20 


1.04 

8.28 
.17 
.80 


1.46 

6. 78 
.26 
.77 
.17 
.00 

.26 
4.55 

.80 

2.49 


.45 

7. 10 
.30 
.45 
.09 
.27 

.09 
3.26 

. 30 

2. 63 

.09 


.97 

0.91 
.27 
. 3.5 


.32 

.56 
5. 78 


.62 

.35 
2.48 

.18 
1.9.5 


76e 

80a 
86b 
80c 
sod 
86e 
80f 


.71 
3.32 

.07 


.74 
3.25 

.45 


.73 

2.28 

.39 


.39 

2.51 

.11 


1. 1.5 

2. 68 
.23 


.40 

2.33 

.32 






8I>K 

86h 

| 86i 


18.79 
4.4.5 


11.55 
3.28 


7.98 
1.11 


0.80 
.83 


9.04 
1.00 


18. 75 
2.22 


18. 16 
2.49 


24. 62 
1.29 


27. 10 
.54 


27. 82 
1.68 



286 



MEDICAL AXI) CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the I 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 1 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 


Cause. 






Yea I 


.1917. 






April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 

1.73 


September. 




X . Throat, diseases of. 


8. 95 


11.00 


5. 43 


1.75 

.03 

43. 57 

2. 25 


1.72 


87b 




100a 


Tonsillitis, acute 


93. 98 

2.55 


87. 60 
2.44 


70. 79 
1.9S 


41.35 
4.18 


33. 46 
3.26 


inni, 




100c 




100(1 




17.63 

.28 

.07 
.20 
1.37 

.26 
.07 
.98 
.07 


15. 20 
.59 

.10 

. 05 

1.37 


11.37 
.31 

.01 
.16 

2.02 
.27 
.12 

1.51 
.12 


6.20 
.21 

.10 

.08 

1.44 

.18 


5.01 
.32 

.02 
.13 

1.73 
.17 
.06 

1.39 
.11 


4.95 
.51 

.08 
.11 

3.15 
.37 
.09 

2.16 
.46 
.02 


100c 






XI. Circulatory sysletn, diseases of. 


78 




79a 




79a 




79a 


(2) Aortic stenosis 




79a 


(3) Mitral Insufficiency 


1.32 

.05 


1.12 

.08 


7»a 












.03 




79a 










.03 
.02 
.37 
.12 
.70 
.66 
.19 
.03 
.15 


79a 










.03 
.10 
.16 
.52 
.18 
.18 
.03 
.08 




79b 




.13 
.07 
.52 
.46 
.07 


.10 
.10 
.39 
.54 
.20 
. 10 


.12 
.23 
.47 
.19 
.04 


.21 
.15 
.49 
.38 
. 15 
.02 
.08 


79d 




79c 




SO 








811) 




.04 




Aortitis 




81(1 












.02 

.02 

6.40 

3.50 

1.26 

.17 


.02 

.05 

6.88 

3.62 

1. 55 

.29 


82 




.07 
4.64 
1.83 
1.04 

.13 


. 10 
4.94 

1.91 
.59 
.20 


.12 
5.82 
3.26 

.82 
.08 








6.07 

3.22 

1.10 

.10 






83c 
83d 


Phlebitis 


841) 
S5a 
8 5b 


Lymphatic system, other diseases of 


5. 16 
.07 


4.94 
. 05 


5.32 

.'6i' 

.23 
.04 


4.94 
.03 
.03 
. 05 


4.27 


3.76 
.06 


.85c 


Cardiac disorders, functional 


.07 
.07 


. 10 


.15 
. 11 


.09 
.02 


85e 
851 






" 




.91 
.20 
.07 

71.64 
2.61 
11.69 
.46 
.98 
4.05 


.24 
. in 
.10 

55. 87 

1.66 

8.46 

.20 

.54 

3.42 


.50 

.16 
.08 

33.26 
.8.", 
4.42 
.31 
.89 
2.91 
.04 
.62 


.73 

.08 


.62 
.04 

.06 

27.77 
.66 

2. 52 
.21 
.62 

3.11 
.02 

1.24 

•---jj" 
.32 


.7i 
.09 
.05 

33.72 

.94 

3.32 

. 15 

.53 

3.37 


85g 








XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 


19. 25 

.39 

2.69 

.18 

.42 

1.67 


91 
92a 


Pneumonia, lobar 


93b 




93c 

95 

96 






. 85 


.39 


.47 
.03 
.10 

.42 


2.01 
.09 
.54 

.42 

.02 
3.28 
.02 
.53 
.02 

14. 82 

.19 

6.54 

32. 05 
.45 


97 
98 






.33 

.30 


. 15 
.24 


.39 
.19 




XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 


991) 
99c 




Mouth and annexa. other diseases of 


3. 53 


4.11 


2.79 


2.93 


3. 18 


102a 

1021) 
102o 




.33 

.07 
8. 23 

.13 
2.09 
17. 63 

.46 


. 05 


.08 

.04 
11.68 

.16 
4.70 
23. 75 

.35 


. 42 

. 03 
12. 00 

.16 

5.44 

26. 88 

.39 


.41 
.06 

15.67 

. 15 

6.21 

43. 36 

'.m 

.30 
.04 

11.37 

6. 55 

.15 

.47 

43. 55 




9.87 
.05 

2.49 
17.11 
. 68 
.10 
.39 
. Ill 

9.97 

5. 28 

.211 

.73 

44. 39 






105c 

106 

107a 

107b 

107C 

108 

109a 










.39 

.07 

8.62 

6.01 

. 33 

.33 

29. 78 


. 16 

. 12 

9.47 

5.86 

. 19 

.27 

43. 90 


.34 

. 03 

10. 25 

7.24 

. 16 

.60 

36.20 


.22 

.08 

10. 60 

9.27 

.12 

.85 

30.09 






Hernia 




lioa 
iioi> 







(i Includes pneumonia, unclassified. 



ADMISSIONS — WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



287 



United States, Apr. I, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 



Year, 1917— Continued. 



Year, 1918. 



October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August, 


4.10 


12.02 


20.17 


16. 92 


7.87 


0. 96 


4.82 


2. 72 


1.32 


0. 99 


0. 71 


.02 

45. 04 




.01 
123. 27 


.04 
146. 13 


.04 
117. 22 


. 05 
101. 12 


.05 
72. IS 


!oi 

46. 17 


. 05 
27. 54 


26.99' 


.01 


90. 09 


21.79 


5.84 


9.91 


8.77 


11.32 


10. 45 


12.90 


11.33 


10. 92 


11.44 


13. 70 


16.41 








.01 
38. 44 


.01 
20. 13 






.03 
12.47 


. 02 
8.32 


.00 
7.37 


. 05 
7. 53 


8.34 


18. 12 


29. 42 


32. 30 


26. 14 


.73 


.69 


.54 


. 58 


.41 


.00 


. 55 


.50 


..50 


. 02 


.93 


.12 


.09 


.12 


. 16 


.20 


.12 


.21 


.12 


. IS 


. 10 


. 14 


.17 


.15 


.22 


.23 


.26 


.20 


. 10 


.16 


.00 


.00 


.15 


6.06 


6.76 


7.37 


12.84 


10. 09 


9.31 


7.42 


7.79 


7.76 


6. 75 


7.01 


.70 


.63 


.69 


1.82 


.87 


.74 


.62 


.75 


.76 


.76 


.95 


.10 


.06 


. 05 


.15 


.21 


. 12 


. 11 


.06 


.13 


. 10 


.22 


3.94 


4.48 


4. SO 


6.17 


5.73 


5.43 


4.42 


5.14 


5.06 


4.07 


4. 11 


1.21 


1.52 


1.67 


3. 92 


2.00 


2.39 


1.S6 


1.31 


1. 17 


1.20 


1. 05 


.06 


.01 


.03 


.08 


.12 


.09 


. 10 


. 15 


. 12 


.23 


.34 


.02 
.02 


.01 


.01 
.02 
.03 
.34 


.02 








.01 
.01 
. 35 
. 50 


.01 
.01 
.511 
.80 






.03 
.54 
.43 


.02 
. 52 
.39 




.01 
.20 
. 59 


.03 


.06 

. 53 


.68 

.01 


.29 
.32 


.31 


.45 


.52 


.28 


.21 


. 14 


.39 


.27 


.21 


.27 


. 17 


.29 


. 35 


.25 


.88 


.87 


.87 


1.24 


1.59 


1.10 


1.18 


1.37 


1.10 


1.34 


1.16 


1.52 


1. 12 


1.02 


1.29 


1.24 


.85 


.72 


.54 


.4.5 


.43 


59 


.15 


.11 


.07 


.03 


.09 


. 11 


.11 


. 10 


. 12 


. 10 


15 


.03 
.13 


....... 


.02 
. 15 




.03 
.13 


.05 
.21 


.01 
.30 


.01 
.21 


.00 
. 14 


.07 
. 12 


.05 
. 19 




.21 








.01 
. 02 
. 03 








. 02 
.01 
.07 


.01 
.01 
.08 


.01 
.01 
.06 


.04 




.01 
.03 


.01 
.01 


.01 
. 05 


:? 2 


.02 

.OS 


.09 


.07 


9.67 


7.35 


5. 52 


6.47 


5. 49 


6.91 


7.49 


9. 58 


10. 39 


12. OS 


10. 94 


4.88 


4.87 


4. is 


4. OS 


4. 38 


5. 44 


4.53 


5.93 


7.94 


6.75 


6.08 


2.49 


2. 12 


1.90 


2.12 


1.95 


2.77 


2.15 


2.77 


3.89 


3.74 


3.39 


.38 


. 25 


.31 

.01 

4.00 


. 25 


.32 


.34 


.20 


. 22 


.30 


.31 


. 35 
. 05 


4.37 


3. 63 


4.04 


3. 92 


4.43 


3.78 


3. 10 


2. 40 


2.44 


2. 68 


.07 


.09 


.05 


. 13 


.14 


. 10 


.31 


.64 


.65 


.69 


.54 


.08 


. 03 


.01 


. 05 


.09 


. 16 


. 05 


. 14 


.17 


.21 


.17 


.38 


.29 


.14 


.15 


.25 


.27 


.44 


l.OS 


1. 72 


1.92 


2.70 


.06 


.07 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.Oil 


.01 


. 05 


.00 


. 05 


.07 






.01 
.98 


.01 
1.62 


. 02 
1.38 


.01 
2. 09 


.02 
1.80 


.01 
2. (X) 


.01 
2.01 


.00 
2. 95 


. 01 


1.56 


1.41 


3. 32 


.27 


.18 


. 10 


.25 


. is 


. 17 


.16 


.21 


.21 


. 27 


.29 


.10 


.11 


.12 


.21 


. 12 


. 10 


.27 


.47 


.32 


^41 


.20 


55, 67 


100. 70 


157. 05 


161.38 


7S. 15 


117. 47 


100. IS 


56. 97 


37. 69 


33. 57 


40.04 


1.62 


1.44 


6. 23 


4. 51 


2. 18 


2.91 


3. 31 


1.79 


1.27 


.93 


1.72 


9.74 


20. 23 


22. 23 


30. 78 


IS. 32 


19. 05 


10. 97 


6. 39 


4.48 


3.87 


3.97 


.24 


.26 


.32 


.01 


.43 


.57 


.54 


.36 


.47 


. 55 


.54 


. 52 


.80 


.86 


1.29 


1.18 


1.79 


1. 45 


1.25 


.85 


.79 


.83 


5.10 


5.29 


6. 20 


8.14 


6.97 


7.07 


6.96 


4.66 


3. 54 


3.60 


3. 40 


.01 
3.08 




.01 
2.40 






.02 
2.01 


.01 
1.82 






.01 
3.90. 




2.26 


1. 90 


1.81 


2.07 


2.91 


4.94 , 


.09 


.17 


.06 


.33 


.12 


.13 


. 23 


.24 


.20 


.33 


.27 


.37 


.34 


.46 


.27 


.21 


.33 


.28 


.32 


.25 


.23 


.38 


.59 


.45 


.48 


.48 


.36 


.55 


.25 


.37 


.40 


.27 


.47 










.01 




.01 


.01 


03 


.04 
5.72 


.02 
3.33 


4.15 


3.58 


3.64 


4.18 


3.07 


2.78 


2.71 


2. 60 


2.32 


.05 
.67 




.01 
. 54 






.03 
.63 


.02 
.54 


.03 
.62 


.02 
.65 


.03 
.80 


.06 
.72 


.79 


.50 


.46 


.03 




.01 


.13 


.11 


.20 


.20 


.37 


.35 


.44 


.49 


12.09 


9.27 


9.01 


10. 03 


11.53 


16.78 


18. 17 


16. 26 


15.83 


17.44 


17.13 


.44 


.37 


.35 


.48 


.48 


.63 


.50 


.43 


.39 


.44 


.59 


4.86 


1.04 


.69 


1.20 


.94 


1.20 


3.98 


5. 28 


9.78 


11.34 


13.66 


17.75 


7.76 


6.72 


6. 75 


6.77 


9.76 


13. 04 


15.62 


18.70 


19.94 


21.69 


.71 


.41 


.54 


.31 


.47 


5.05 


21.49 


14.30 


4.72 


16.48 


19. 52 


.02 


.03 




.02 




.03 


03 


.20 


00 


.10 
.81 


.08 
1.63 


.30 


.38 


.20 


.32 


.26 


.46 


2.48 


2. 20 


. 9.5 


. 05 


.05 


. 10 


.05 


.02 


.10 


. 05 


.17 


.20 


. 19 


.19 


12.01 


1(1. 12 


9.60 


9. 62 


'.i. 20 


11.82 


11.21 


12. 14 


10.53 


12. 04 


11.73 


14.12 


11.55 


9.84 


11.66 


9.91 


16.74 


21.2s 


29. 44 


33. 90 


35. 03 


24. 78 


.19 


.09 


.16 


.18 


.10 


.22 


.20 


.2s 


2.5 


.22 


.23 


1.06 


.99 


.73 


.96 


.70 


1.03 


1.06 


1.13 


i!i) 


1.19 


1.42 


22.31 


17.75 


10.09 


17.20 


16.87 


25.79 


29.30 


28. 63 


34.01 


31.91 


34.04 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



S7a 

87b 

100a 
100b 

100c 
100(1 
100c 



99a 
99b 

99c 
101 
102a 
102b 
102c 
105a 
105b 
105c 
106 
107a 
107b 
107c 
108 
109a 
109b 
110a 
110b 



288 



MEDICAL. AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, while enlisted men in the 
ANNUAL KATIOS PER 1,000. I 



Inter- 
nationa] 
classifi- 
cation 
No. 



X. Throat, diseases of. 



87a 

S7b 
100a 
1001) 
100c 
lOOd 
100c 



77 
7X 

79a 

79a 
79a 

79a 
79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79a 

79b 

79c 

79(1 

79c 

80 

Sla 

81b 

81c 

M.I 

82 

83a 

83b 

83c 

Kill 

84a 
84b 
85a 
85b 

X5c 

X5d 
85e 
851 

85g 

85h 



Laryngitis, acute catarrhal . . 

Larynx, other diseases of 

Tonsillit is, acute 

Tonsillitis, chronic 

Tonsils, focal infection from.. 
Pharyngitis, acute catarrhal. 
Pharynx, other diseases of. . - 



XI. Circulatory system, diseases of. 



Pericarditis 

Endocarditis, acute 

Valvular diseases of the heart, 

(1) Aortic insufficiency 

(2) Aortic stenosis 

(3) Mitral insufficiency 

(4) Mitral stenosis 

(5) Combined lesions, mitral aortic. . . 
(0) Pulmonic lesions 

(7) Tricuspid lesions 

(8) Valvular lesions, unclassified 

Cardiac hypertrophy 

Cardiac dilatation 

Myocarditis and myocardial insufficiency. 

Heart, other organic diseases of 

Angina pectoris 

Aneurysms 

Arteriosclerosis and hypertension 

Aortitis 



Arteries, other diseases of. 
Kmbolism and thrombosis 

Hemorrhoids 

Varicocele 



89-90 
91 
92a 
93a 
93b 
93c 
95 
9fi 



99a 
99b 
99c 
101 

102a 

102b 

102c 

105a 

105b 

105c 

106 

107a 

1071) 

107c 

ins 

]09a 

11191) 

110a 

nob 



Varicose veins 

Phlebitis 

Status lymphatieus 

Lymphatic system, other diseases of. 

Cardiac arrhythmias 

Cardiac murmurs, not organic 

Cardiac disorders, functional 

Bradycardia 

Heart-block 

Tachycardia 

Hemorrhage 

Circulatory system, other diseases of. 






XII. Respiratory system, diseases of. 



Bronchitis 

Pneumonia, broncho- . . . 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pleurisy, suppurative. . . 
Pleurisy, serofibrinous... 
Pleura," other diseases of. 

Gangrene of lungs 

Asthma 

Pulmonary emphysema. 
Lungs, other diseases of.. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of. 



Pyorrhea alveolaris 

Abscess, periapical, focal in feci ion from 

Mouth and annexa. other diseases of 

Esophagus, diseases of 

Ulcer of t he stomach 

Gastroenteroptosis 

Stomach, other diseases of 

Duodenal ulcer 

Diarrhea 

Enteritis and colitis 

Ankylostomiasis (uncinariasis, hookworm) . 

Ascaris lumbricoides 

Cestodes 

Intestinal parasites (others) 

Appendicitis 

Hernia 

Intestinal obstruction 

Fistula in ano 

Intestines, other diseases of 



Year, 191.x— Continued. 



Year, 1919. 



September. October. November. December. January. 



i.(w; 

.02 
25. 91 
13.00 

.02 
15.83 

.92 



4.20 

.02 

24. 60 

3. 36 



10. 9X 
.95 



.02 
.49 
.38 

. 19 

.76 
.38 
.16 
.04 
.12 



.04 

'.76 

;.90 

:.04 

.19 

.01 

!.02 

.41 I 

.11 

.99 

.05 

.02 

1.33 

.25 

.16 



71.72 
14.49 
IX. 01 
.34 
.55 
2.5X 



.02 
.05 
3. X9 
1.13 
1. 39 
.21 
.01 
1.62 
.44 
.04 
2.40 
.03 
.02 
3. 35 
.19 
.16 



X4.77 
45. 70 
24.59 
.36 
.63 
3. 33 



4.13 
.15 



3.35 
.27 
1.64 



.16 

.01 

2.09 



.42 

.15 

11.73 

.28 

4.4X 

6.21 

.87 

.01 

.28 

. 05 

6.21 

6. 63 

.56 

.70 

23. 16 



4.71 

.01 

51. 55 

8.06 

.03 

24.61 

1.10 



.14 
.05 
7.6X 
.88 
. 10 
4. 45 
1.08 
.15 
.02 
.03 

.'.is 

.71 
.20 
1. 56 
.70 
.11 



7.13 

.04 

87.39 

5.71 

.08 

32. 86 

1.26 



.lis 

.09 

5.62 
.56 
.03 

3. 53 
. 85 
.06 
.01 



.19 
.01 

.HI 

.09 

5. 51 

2.02 

2.11 

.45 

.01 

1.75 

.X2 

.07 

8. 54 

.02 



.33 

.20 
I. Id 

.36 ! 

.06 

.01 ' 

.06 

.01 

.01 

.09 
3.90 
1.39 
1.79 

.64 



4. 20 
.27 
.15 



75.26 
13. 75 
3.29 
.38 
.56 
3.38 



4. 02 
.42 
.43 



.27 



3.77 

.05 

.75 

.23 

13.87 

.46 

4.67 

5.47 

2. IS 

.07 

.34 

. 14 

6. 76 

12.41 

.23 

.98 

23.07 



1.91 
1.12 

.03 
6.69 

.01 



2.50 
.15 
.13 



96.23 

10.49 

4.67 

. 59 

. 77 

3.06 



3.21 
.14 



.09 

.01 

2. 22 

.04 

.57 

.11 

12. 05 

.40 

2.83 

4.31 

1.61 

.48 

.27 

.08 

7.31 

8.39 

.18 

.92 

1.8.31 



10.01 

.01 

127.97 

9. 59 

.32 

50. 13 

3.69 



.04 

.02 
6. 14 
.62 
.07 
3.91 
.84 
.50 
.02 



.18 
.23 
.18 
1.00 
.37 
.04 
.05 
.11 



.07 

5.31 

2. 07 

1.85 

.39 

.02 

2.71 

.11 

.11 

1.37 

.02 



1.67 
.12 
.16 



116.61 

10.95 

4. 85 

.71 

.95 

4.12 



2.14 
.09 
.61 



.27 

.07 

2.73 

.02 

.32 

.32 

13. 13 

.37 

2.43 

4.32 

2.05 

".34 

.12 

9.15 

11.65 
.16 
.87 

18. 33 



AHM1SSIUXS WHITK EXLISTKI) HEX I'XITKD STATES. 



289 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dee. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued, 

ANNUAL RATIOS PEB 1,000. 











Year, 1919- 
July. 

2.00 


Continued. 
August. 










March. | 


April. 
3.88 


May. 


June. 


September. 


October. 


November. 

5. (Is 

. 00 

51.65 

8. 52 
.09 

15.95 

14. OS 

.27 


Ilcccmhcr. 

3. 28 

"70.29' 
9. 75 


4.48 
.03 


2. 51 


1.36 


1.(8 


1.01 


2. 01 i 


IDS. 90 

10. 12 

.65 


7."i. si 

S.26 

.57 

23. 52 
3. 39 

.14 

.07 
1. in 
.35 
.04 
2. 86 
.67 
.11 


55. 44 

9. 58 

. 53 

14.31 
3. 54 

.08 


32. 37 

11.13 

.34 

10.00 

5. 59 

.10 


31. 13 

9.99 

. 39 

10.60 

7.01 


33. 98 

14.31 

.23 

11.4S 

11.94 


33. 91 
11.65 
. 17 
1.3.02 
15.03 

.08 


39.80 

9. 09 

.17 

is. 70 

14.93 

"'.'69' 

2.21 


33. 39 

2.77 

.03 


21.0(1 
14.71 

.0:1 
.09 
1.51 
. 35 


.03 


.00 
6. 53 
1.12 

.00 
3.29 
1.62 

.45 


5.28 
.44 


7. 03 
1.40 
.16 
4. 03 
.90 
.41 
.04 


10.01 
1.70 

.19 
5.30 
2.28 

.39 


3.90 
. 77 
. 15 

1.91 

.84 
.15 


2-33 
.17 


2. 27 
.09 
. 09 

1.72 

. is 

.18 


.09 




3.33 

.77 
.41 


1.61 

.48 
.08 1 


1.72 
.26 
.17 


.Sll 
.09 




















.24 


.07 

. 11 

.11 

1.02 

. 25 

.04 

.07 

.11 

.04 

.04 

.07 

7.27 

2.68 

2.26 

.21 


.08 

.58 
.12 
.70 
.37 
.12 
.08 
.29 


.15 
.39 
. 05 
1.02 
.44 
.19 
.10 

. 10 


.'22" 

.00 
.84 
. 17 
.00 


.08 




.09 
.09 
.09 
.34 




. is 


. 18 


.17 
.08 
.24 
.17 
.17 


.27 
.18 

.is 

.00 
.27 




.06 




.is 
.27 
. Is 


.77 
.41 


.40 
.15 

. 23 
.23 


.06 
,03 


.17 


. Is 
.09 


. 18 




.17 


. 17 


. 18 

.09 


.09 






















.09 


.03 

5. (it; 

2.51 
1 89 
.44 


.08 

8.06 

4.07 

1.40 

.49 


.15 

8. 26 

4. :.7 

2.82 

.34 


.06 

8.81 

4.35 

2.01 

.22 


. 15 
11.17 
4.29 
2.91 

.31 


.08 
0. 51 
4.58 
1.21 

.US 


7.81 

3.17 

.60 

43 


4.71 

1.99 
.54 

.18 


.09 
5. 94 

l.l.s 
.02 


3. is 
.38 


3. 53 

.46 
.07 
1.73 


3.50 
.33 
.04 

1.56 


4.33 
.44 
. 05 

.24 


5. oi 

.39 
. 00 
.73 

.m; 
.06 
1.28 
.22 
.22 

38.72 

1.28 

2.68 

.33 

.61 

3.29 


4.75 
.23 
.08 

1.07 


6. 67 
.24 

".'96' 


5. S3 
.31 

. 77 


4.44 
.18 
.27 
.82 


3.63 
.09 


1.83 


. 35 

.09 








. 05 
1.17 
.34 
.05 

38.15 
1.56 
1.80 
.68 
1.51 
4.37 






1.53 
.15 
.06 

64.71 

4. 16 

3.69 

.91 


1.20 

.21 

.07 

49.86 
3.28 
3.07 
.64 
1.20 
5.54 


1.36 

.33 
.08 

44.38 

2. .10 

2.34 

.90 

.86 

4.77 


.84 
.38 
.15 

47.14 

1.07 

1.6S 

.77 

.92 

4.13 


.72 
.17 
.08 

49.18 
.80 
.80 
.08 
.50 
2.98 


1.37 
.31 
.26 

51.82 
.60 

.86 

.17 
3.17 


.73 
.09 

. is 

62. so 
1.00 
.45 
.18 

.91 
1.99 


•:8 

. 11 

67. 25 

-SO 
1 . OS 


.88 
4.19 


. 62 

2.00 


1.50 
.06 


1.13 


1.19 


1. 31 
.19 
.39 

.63 

.05 

2.92 


1.28 
.00 
.22 

.78 

.11 

3.29 


1. 61 


1.09 
.17 

.50 

.72 

.17 

8.68 


2. (Hi 
.09 

.00 

.09 

3.60 


2.18 

. 63 
4.26 


1.68 


.21 

.32 
.09 

2.65 
06 


.21 

.49 

.07 

2.90 

.04 

.46 

.32 

9.99 

.21 

2.19 

3.85 

1.27 

.'is' 

.04 

8.86 

18. 57 

.is 

1.13 

12. 57 


.29 

.49 

.12 

3.37 

.04 

.25 

.16 

11.56 

.33 

2.59 

4. 98 

2. SO 

.OS 

.29 

.us 

10. 82 

20.03 


.38 

.46 
.23 
3.9S 
.08 
.54 

19.90 

.08 

5.43 

14. s:, 

1.15 

.23 

.40 

1.88 

11.94 

14.69 

.23 

.77 

27. 70 


.27 
3. si 


.27 

.29 

11.41 

.27 

1.59 

4.45 

.71 

.15 


.19 

.10 
14.58 

.39 
3.06 
8.85 

.44 


.45 

.28 
16.35 

i. 07 

10.8.8 
.28 


.32 

.32 

17.44 

.08 

3.54 

9.40 

1.21 


.43 
.09 

13. 3* 
.20 
5.83 
6.52 
.60 
.17 
.26 
.O.l 

11.07 

9. 3:, 

.20 

.so 

32.08 


.36 

. 45 

11.69 

.09 

3.17 

7. 52 

4. 9s 

. is 

. Is 

Is 

7. 52 

6.07 

. 45 
29.72 


. 35 

.09 
12.14 

" "i'04 

s, 95 

.62 


.21 
.03 


.19 


.22 

.11 

11.99 

17.35 

.28 

.89 

25.44 


.4s 

1 12 

lO.'.W 

9. 24 

.04 

.56 

::i M 


.is 
1 . r.s 


10.38 

16.02 
.15 


111.74 

is. 03 

.24 

.73 

20.32 


7.27 

6. 20 

. 35 


.94 

1>. .17 


.95 
16.33 


.02 
1 20.14 



Total for 
period. 



5. 69 

.02 

65. 87 

9. 49 

.07 

19.00 

1.47 



Inter- 
national 
classin- 
ration 
No. 



S7a 
S71) 

100a 

lOOli 
100c 
100(1 
100c 



.12 


7s 


0.53 


79a 


.70 


79a(l) 


.11 


79-.ll 2) 


3. 95 


79a(3) 


1.30 


79-.ll 4 1 


.15 


79.1(5) 


.01 


79a(0) 


.01 


79:il 7 1 


.32 


79a s 


.43 


791) 


.21 


79c 


1.00 


79.1 


.05 


79c 


.11 


80 


.03 


sla 


.15 


sll. 


.ill 


81c 


.ill 


Kill 


.00 


82 


7.30 


via 


4. 10 


830 


2. 25 


Vie 


.30 


83d 


.01 


sla 


3.29 


sll. 


.37 


S5a 


.08 


v",l. 


1.66 


85c 


.01 


v-,,1 


.01 


8.5c 


2 111 


851 


.20 


v,h 


.is 


75.51 


89-90 


0.77 


91 


11.14 


92a 


.44 


93a 


.89 


93 h 


4.4s 


93c 


.00 


95 


2. 62 


90 


.18 


97 


. 13 


98 


.37 


99a 


.02 


991 1 


3. 20 


99c 


.02 


101 


. .i.p 


102a 


.21 


102b 


13. .54 


102c 


.38 


105a 


4. so 


105b 


12.92 


105c 


5. 92 


100 


.07 


107a 


. 65 


11170 


.13 


107c 


9.97 


10s 


10.34 


109a 


.22 


109b 


.94 


110a 


25. 07 


HOli 



290 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the 
ANNUAL RATIOS PER 1,000. 



149a 

149l> 
149c 
149d 
1490 
149f 
149g 
1491) 



130 
1S9 



XIII. Vigestlvi system, diseases of— Continued. 



Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Gall-bladder and bile-duct, oilier diseases of 

Liver, oilier diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 

XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephritis, chronic 

Abseess, perinephrltic 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis 

Pyogenic infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and annexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cyst his 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Striettire (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other disesases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

H ydrocele 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal)... 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene. 
Carbuncle 
Furuncle. 

All' 



Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of. 

Ectoparasites 

Cla 



Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Erythema 

Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

Nsevus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



XVI. Hones and organs erf locomotion, diseases of. 



Osteomyelitis 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

.Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism ex- 
cepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Me 



Year, 1917. 



April. 



May. 



June. 



July. 



0. 07 
.85 
.72 
. s.'i 
.1)7 
.1.3 



.68 

.44 
1.32 



.15 

'.'26' 



0. 23 
.OS 
.5S 
.33 

1.47 
.04 
.08 
.04 



. 03 
. 33 
.03 
1.44 
. 03 
.24 



August. 



.44 
.34 

.24 



.13 

.39 

.20 



.13 
.33 
.39 



.13 

i\. 33 
3. 33 
4.77 

.46 
3.27 

.211 



1.04 
.411 



.07 
.39 
1.50 

4.77 



.33 
.13 



Myositis. . . 
Pes planus 



Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases 

Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 

Total for diseases 



.26 
.33 
. 13 
.59 
3. 42 



.59 
4.70 



35. 39 



7s0. 00 



. 05 
1.12 
.93 
.73 
.10 
2. IK) 



.OS 
5. 04 
4.94 
4.25 
.39 
3.95 
.29 
.39 
.41 
1.08 
.411 
1.03 
.39 
. 10 



. 10 
.24 
1.71 

5.43 



.29 



.64 
.15 



.93 



.05 

.24 
.29 
. II) 
. 49 

3.67 
.05 
.04 

4.64 



.08 



.35 
.50 



.16 
. 62 
.39 
.78 

.(is 
.05 
.16 



S26. v 



.04 
.99 



.02 
7. 14 
4.66 
4.27 

.43 
3.22 

. 35 

.97 

.39 
1.09 

.50 

.74 

. 7s 

.01 

.04 

.12 I 

.27 
1.2s 
6. 52 



.31 

.04 
.5) 
.08 
.04 
.74 



.12 
38. 30 



.21 
.42 
.50 
. 52 
!(>5 
1.65 



. 03 

. 33 

9.91 

5. 89 

0. 22 

.71 

4.79 

.47 

.65 

.37 

.OS 

.21 

.S9 

. 55 



. 1)5 
. 10 
.05 
1.52 
5. 05 



. 10 
.03 
.84 

.03 
. 05 

. 52 
.44 
.24 
.71 

4.32 
.03 
.42 

3. 90 



. 16 
29. S2 



0. 06 
. II 
.85 
.62 

1.43 
.17 
.28 



.23 



.02 
.03 



.28 



.01 
.13 
.19 

1.17 
5.76 



.70 
. 15 

T62" 
.04 
.02 

.47 
.38 
.41 

.9K 
5.22 
.04 
.43 

4. 16 



.23 
37.13 



. 15 
.49 
.41 
.94 
.17 
.33 
.26 
.02 
.15 
.92 
.62 
.43 
.15 
2.07 



.04 

. 60 
14.25 
7.76 
0.29 

. 53 
5. 31 
1.07 
1. II 

.39 

. ,5 

.49 



.12 

.11 

1.73 

5.67 



.25 
.03 

.87 
.46 

.05 
..S3 
.05 
.02 

.40 

.37 

.28 

1.47 

6.27 



.57 

5.9S 



.34 

38. 56 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATE? 



291 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. 31, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ANNIWL RATIOS I'EK 1,000. 



Year 


1917— Continued. 








Year 


191'-. 








Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
























October. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


cation 

No. 


0. 02 


0, 07 


0. 04 


0. 08 


0. 02 


0. 02 


0.03 


0.01 


0.01 


0.01 


0.03 


113 


.15 


.10 


.07 


. 13 


.09 


. 05 


.04 


.(Hi 


.04 


. 11 


.09 


111 


1.3.5 


. go 


.91 


.83 


.70 


.81 


.70 


.78 


.73 


. 77 


.73 


115a 


1.14 


1.21 


.78 


.82 


.85 


.74 


.50 


.07 


. 52 


. 00 


. 05 


U5I> 


1.07 


1.07 


1.12 


1.23 


1.42 


2.74 


2.28 


1.40 


1.80 


2.09 


1.68 


1 15c 


.07 


. 05 


.02 


.08 


.05 


.02 


.03 


. 06 


.04 


. 02 


.07 


117a 


.65 


.40 


.49 


.80 
.02 
.01 
.10 


. 53 
.01 
.01 
.15 


. 62 


.78 
.01 
.03 
.10 


. 87 


1.02 

.02 
. 12 
. 20 


1. 11 


1.15 


1171) 

1 18a 




.02 
.21 


.»• 


. 09 
.12 


. 05 
. II 


.05 
.14 


.03 
.18 


U8l> 


.28 


118c 


.42 


.57 


. 65 


.43 


.38 


.34 


.34 


. 27 


.34 


.20 


.24 


119 


.NO 


.77 


.SO 


1.02 


.81 


.81 


. 72 


.83 


. 77 


.79 


. 78 


120 


.03 


.07 


.03 


.03 


.02 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.12 


. 05 


122a 


.03 
.02 
.26 




.02 


.02 
.04 
.27 


.03 
.02 
.21 




.04 
.05 
.29 


.07 
.05 
.27 


,06 

.04 
.30 


. 05 
.04 

.39 


.07 
.01 
.48 


122b 


. 06 

. 19 


1 22c 


.10 


.20 


122(1 


.63 


.57 


. 57 


.71 


.56 


.56 


.54 


!so 


. 59 


.01 


. 56 


122e 


.50 


.51 


.41 


.25 


.36 


.46 


.47 


. 52 


.49 


.01 


.08 


123 


1.51 


1.64 


1.39 


1.38 


1.30 


1.43 


1.07 


L35 


1.13 


1.3S 


1.20 


124 a 


.71 


.04 


.70 


1.23 


.89 


1.03 


.87 


. 85 


1.02 


1.02 


1.21 


124b 


.52 


. 66 


.58 


. 51 


.59 


.48 


.51 


1.02 


2.10 


2. 22 


1.39 


125a 


.62 


.17 


.23 


.30 


.22 


.19 


.32 


.20 


.33 


.3s 


.31 


125b 




.01 

.26 


.03 
.27 


.03 
.31 


.01 
. 16 


.02 
.30 


.04 
.29 


.02 
.31 


.07 
.29 


. 05 
. 27 


.09 


125c 


.27 


126 


.77 


.85 


.78 


.79 


.59 


.92 


.84 


1.06 


.91 


.80 


.70 


127a 


.76 


.72 


.84 


.91 


.88 


.98 


.70 


. 88 


.71 


.58 


.64 


127b 


1.05 


.97 


.65 


.89 


.62 


.97 


1.32 


1.72 


2. 03 


1.S7 


1.83 


127c 


. 17 


.18 


.23 


.42 


.30 


.40 


.44 


76 


.79 


1. 14 


77 


127(1 


2.49 


2.39 


3.18 


0. 73 


7. SO 


5.61 


4.24 


3. IS 


2. 17 


1.7s 


1.34 


127c 


.03 


.01 

.84 


.02 
.71 




.02 
.41 


.01 
.114 




.01 
. 60 


.02 

. 03 


.05 
. 59 


.07 
.84 


1 12 


.04 


. 78 


.71 


143a 


9.39 


7.17 


5. 97 


5.61 


4.82 


6. 40 


6.12 


0. 15 


7. S3 


9. 47 


10.07 


143b 


6.88 


5. 89 


4. 89 


5.41 


4.79 


5.60 


5.02 


4.94 


5. 53 


0. 57 


8. is 


144a 


4.68 


4. 0.S 


3.71 


4.29 


3. 78 


4.11 


4.01 


4.72 


5. 38 


5. SO 


0. 1 4 


144b 


.47 


.70 : .45 


.67 


. 60 


.62 


.73 


. 94 


. SO 


1.29 


1.84 


145a 


5.29 


4.03 2.91 


2.82 


2.40 


2. S6 


2.90 


3. 13 


3. 18 


3. 60 


3. 72 


145b 


1.03 


.59 ! .52 


.39 


.44 


.39 


.29 


. 64 


2.29 


.811 


. K5 


145c 


.87 


. 04 . 54 


. 58 


.32 


.64 


.51 


.40 


.37 


.31 


.38 


14.5<1 


.21 


. 09 . 19 


. 10 


.13 


.19 


. 15 


. 39 


. 45 


.44 


.69 


145c 


1.29 


1.19 1.32 


1.35 


1.15 


1.31 


1.25 


1.61 


1.62 


1.85 


1.91 


1451 


.40 


. 53 . 65 


.07 


.81 


. 75 


.53 


.82 


.51 


. 00 


.83 , 145L' 


.80 


.94 


. 72 


.96 


.93 


1.07 


1.04 


1.45 


1.29 


1.32 


1.2s 145h 


.90 


. 7") 


'.S3 


.01 


.46 


.51 


.53 


.49 


.40 


. 75 


1.05 1451 


.05 


.01 

.1)2 


.01 

.06 


.02 
.05 




.03 
.03 


.00 
.03 


.07 
. 05 


.07 
.04 


.01 
.02 


.07 USI 


.03 


.04 


.04 


145k 


.09 


.20 


.21 


.24 


.33 


.27 


.23 


.42 


. 37 


.41 


.20 


1451 


.40 


.45 


. 46 


.51 


.38 


.72 


.44 


.60 


. 55 


.52 


.36 


145m 


3.15 


3.56 


3.15 


2.82 


2.86 


3.73 


3.04 


3.66 


4.03 


3.90 


3. (is 


145(1 


6.32 


5. SO 


5.34 


5. 35 


4.05 


6.28 


5.72 


8.10 


7.68 


8.90 


8.91 


145o 


.66 


.07 


.37 


.46 


.37 


.44 


.53 


.43 


. 59 


.01 


.66 


146a 




.01 

1.26 


.01 
1.04 


.93 
1.36 


.88 
1.21 


.56 
1.24 


.71 
1.12 


1.26 
1.09 


2.45 

1.20 


3.16 
1.23 


2.71 
1.16 


1401) 


1.34 


146c 


.78 


.40 


.38 


.90 


.06 


.58 


.71 


.70 


. 78 


1.36 


1.00 


147a 


.02 


.03 
1.41 


.03 
1.05 


. 12 
1.49 




. 10 
1.17 


.11 
1.16 


.09 
1.19 


.08 
1.17 


. 05 
1.33 


.07 
1.00 


147b 


1.45 


1.15 


147c 


.07 


. 10 . 14 


.09 


.07 


.10 


12 


.10 


. 11 


.15 


.23 


147(1 


.07 


.09 


.19 


.38 


.46 


.33 


.26 


.53 


• 55 


1.05 


1.07 


147c 


1.05 


1. 13 


1.08 


1.17 


1.01 


1.19 


.65 


.69 


.89 


1.16 


. 02 


149a 


.83 


1.07 


1.08 


1.07 


.73 


.73 


.56 


.69 


.60 


.61 


.5s 


1491) 


.78 


.54 


.41 


.51 


.59 


.65 


.59 


. 77 


.58 


.73 


.50 


149c 


1.67 


1.99 


1.26 


1.31 


1.29 


1.71 


1.43 


1.11 


.94 


1.08 


1.11 


149(1 


11.09 


13. 36 


13. 13 


14. 60 


11.29 


8.87 


6. S9 


7. 45 


8. 59 


12.34 


7.94 149e 


.16 


.09 


.22 


. 11 


. 11 


.18 


.17 


.26 


.29 


.23 


.35 


1491 


1.03 


.98 


1.33 


1.79 


1.37 


1.36 


1.24 


1.10 




. 59 


. 53 


149 B 


S.36 


7. 30 


7.23 


10.09 


9.23 


10. SS 


9.68 


11.07 


12! 10 


12.07 


11.32 


149h 


.43 


.40 


.40 


.60 


. 65 


.71 


.70 


.70 


. 85 


.90 


1.07 150 


51.00 


57. 19 


57. 70 


48.79 


41.63 


52. OS 


46.20 


51.31 


57. 70 


50. 93 


56. 56 


180 


svs. 67 


1,185. SO 1,274.02 


1,440.83 


1,124.62 


1,284.25 


1,288. IS 


953. 51 


854. 30 


888. 95 


Sis. 57 



292 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 55. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in the 
ANNUAL RATIOS PEK 1,000. 



Cause. 



XIII. Digestive system, diseases of— Continued. 

Cirrhosis of the liver 

Cholelithiasis 

Cholecystitis 

Call-bladder and bile-duct, other diseases of 

Liver, other diseases of 

Peritonitis 

Peritoneal adhesions 

Pancreatitis 

Visceroptosis 

Digestive system, other diseases of 

XIV. Genitourinary system, diseases of (nonvenereal). 

Nephritis, acute 

Nephrit is, chronic 

Abscess, perinephritie 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis , 

Pyogenic Infection of the kidneys 

Kidney and atinexa, other diseases of 

Nephrolithiasis 

Cystitis 

Bladder, other diseases of 

Urethritis (nonvenereal) 

Stricture (nonvenereal) 

Urethra, other diseases of 

Prostate, diseases of 

Balanitis 

Epididymitis (nonvenereal) 

H ydrocele .' 

Warts, external genital organs 

Genitourinary system, other diseases of (nonvenereal) ... 



Year, 1918 — Continued. 



September, October. November. December 



XV. Skin and cellular tissues, diseases of. 



Gangrene.. 

Carbuncle. 
Furuncle. 
Absce 



Cellulitis 

Trichophytosis 

Nails, defects and diseases of. 

Ectoparasites 

Clavus 

Dermatitis 

Eczema 

Ervthe 



Herpes 

Impetigo 

Lichen 

Na'vus 

Pityriasis 

Psoriasis 

Scabies 

Skin and cellular tissue, other diseases of. 



XVI. Bones and organs of locomotion, diseases of. 

Osteomyelit is 

Fractures, faulty union of 

Bones, other diseases of 

Ankylosis of joint 

Loose bodies in joint 

Synovitis 

Floating cartilage 

Joints, other diseases of (tuberculosis and rheumatism ex- 
cepted). 

Hallux valgus 

Hammer-toe 

Metatarsalgia 

Myositis 

Pes planus 

Talipes 



Tenosynovitis 

Organs of locomotion, other diseases of. 



XVII. Congenital malformations and ill-defined diseases. 

Congenital malformations 

Not specified or ill-defined diseases 



Total for diseases . 



I). 03 

.(is 



.2S 
.66 
.03 
.06 
.02 
. 13 
.68 
.46 

1.1)9 
.85 
.74 
.27 
.08 
.22 
.68 
.62 

1.23 
.68 

1.17 



.05 

.54 

s. 86 

5. 97 

1. v. 
1.35 

2. S3 
1.05 

.25 
.34 

1. 06 
.48 

1.13 
.64 
.03 
.04 
.15 
.41 

3. S7 
5. 45 



.53 
1.67 
1.00 

.95 
.05 
. 99 

. I 7 
.88 

. 12 
.42 
.26 

.93 

4. 55 

.42 

.47 

s. ss 



.73 
4S. Ill) 



0. 05 
.06 
.60 
.46 
.69 
.04 
.40 



.04 
.19 



.01 

.46 

5. 72 

3. 96 
3.29 
1.08 
1.91 

.as 

.15 
.32 
.79 
.29 
.48 
.37 
.01 
.01 
.15 
.36 
3.7* 

4. 02 



.4(1 
1.76 
.83 
.72 
.05 
.89 
. II 
.86 

.17 
.23 
.31 

.74 

3.87 
.30 
.61 

S.95 



.39 
47. 39 



1,638.84 2,489.18 



t). 02 
.06 
.66 
.65 
.54 
.04 
.66 
.111 
.1)9 
.23 



.25 
.59 
.02 
.05 
.04 
.43 
.50 
.42 

1.09 
.81 
.40 
.25 
.06 
.61 
.35 
.76 
.79 
.27 

1.45 



.01 

.64 

6. 91 

4.43 

3.43 

.61 

2.31 

.55 

.29 

.29 

1.30 

.45 

.92 

.37 

.01 



.14 

.28 

4. 69 

4.04 



.60 
3. 69 
1.20 
1.21 

.04 
1.62 

.12 
1.36 



.33 

.54 
1.39 
13.67 
.47 
1.66 
13.80 



.55 
41.76 



932. 06 



0.05 
. 05 
.66 
.62 
.61 



Year, 1919. 



January. February 



.ill 



.01 
.06 
.01 
.29 
.34 
.45 
.93 
.27 
.54 
. II 
.05 
.17 
.34 
.83 
.37 



.03 

.50 

6.32 

3.91 

3.03 

.82 

1.94 

.3S 

.26 

.40 

1. 11 

.45 

. 75 

.60 

.03 

.05 

. 15 

.43 

5. 32 

4.54 



.69 
3.24 
.S9 
1.24 
.10 
1.17 
09 
13 



1 

.HI 

. Is 

.51 

.89 

12. S7 

'.96 
10.25 



.33 
37.92 



0.04 
.07 
. 55 
.75 
.59 
.04 
.0* 



.07 
.29 



.37 
.73 
.04 
.05 
.04 
.37 
.32 
.54 
.80 
.25 
.95 
.20 



.43 
.29 
.98 
.71 
.45 
2. 00 



.91 

6.22 

4. 03 

2. 51 

1.85 

1.62 

1.03 

.18 

.27 

1.34 

.46 

1.30 

.54 

.02 

.02 

.21 

.37 

7.06 

4. SO 



.43 
1.28 

.59 

.50 
.05 

.7:1 
.20 
.45 

.57 
.25 
.36 
1.21 
6.49 
.14 
1.32 
9.31 



.45 

36.6s 



9S8. 27 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN UNITED STATES. 



293 



United States, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ANNUAL RATIOS PEE 1,000. 









Year. 1919— Continued. 








I 


Inter- 






















Total for 


national 












































cation 
No. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 




0.03 
.06 
.74 




0.04 




0.06 

.11 

1.34 




0.08 
.08 

1.45 




0.09 
.09 

.91 




0. 04 
.08 

.78 


113 


0.07 
.46 


0.24 
.83 


0.15 


0.09 
1.46 


0.09 
.97 


114 


.49 


115a 


.74 


1.06 


1.19 


1.46 


1.79 


1.84 


2.09 


1.37 


.73 


1.51 


. 75 


115b 


.50 


.25 


.37 


.58 


.61 


.77 


.40 


.51 


.27 


.09 


1.26 


115c 


.06 

.50 




.04 
.90 




.11 

.56 


.08 
.31 










.04 
.67 


117a 


.71 


.63 


.40 


.86 


.73 


.80 


117b 


1 


















. 09 


.0(1 
.05 
.17 


118a 


.09 

.09 


.IS 

07 


.08 
.16 


.15 
.10 


.17 


. 15 




.18 
.45 


118b 


.08 




118c 


.53 


.60 


.e6 


.58 


.17 


.15 


.40 


.34 


.36 


.27 


.36 


119 


1.09 


.99 


1.32 


1.41 


1.06 


1.00 


.80 


.51 


. >;:i 


.44 


. 75 


120 


.Oti 
.OB 




.04 
.04 




.06 
.06 
.06 
.17 
.33 


.15 

.08 






.09 




.04 
.04 
.03 
.30 
.56 


122a 












122b 


.04 

.60 
.35 




.08 
.31 
.61 






.09 
.27 
.45 


.18 


122c 


.27 
.27 


.53 
.29 


.58 
.39 


.17 , 
.80 I 


.34 
.26 


122d 


.71 


122e 


.56 


.42 


.41 


.53 


.50 


.31 


.64 


.60 


.27 


.44 


.47 


123 


.53 


.60 


.95 


.83 


.67 


.54 


.88 


1.37 


.73 


.89 


1.15 


124a 


.21 


.18 


.21 


.34 


.39 


.31 


.40 


.34 


.45 


. 53 


.71 


1241) 


.97 


1.66 


1.81 


2.62 


6.75 


4.97 


5.14 


4.03 


2.36 


2.04 


1.05 


125a 


.03 


.25 


.25 


.39 


.39 


.23 


.17 






.18 


.27 
.03 
.27 


125b 







125c 


.24 


.35 


.25 


.44 


.39 


.23 


.17 


.17 


.45 


.09 


126 


.50 


.95 


.70 


1.02 


.95 


1.53 


1.69 


.86 


.73 


1.86 


.73 


127a 


.74 


1.06 


.99 


1.22 


1.39 


.69 


1.04 


.51 


.54 


1.06 


.76 


127b 


.71 


1.31 


.86 


1.07 


1.06 


.92 


.96 


.34 


.63 


.44 


1 i 15 


127c 


.32 


.42 


.78 


.87 


1.79 


1.53 


1.12 


1.29 


1.00 


1.06 


.47 


127.1 


2.63 


1.55 

.04 
.92 


1.36 


1.65 

.05 
1.12 


1.84 

1 


1.68 


1.53 


1.72 


1.54 


2.13 


2. 72 

.02 

.71 


127e 
142 


.97 


1.23 


.78 


1.07 


1.29 


1.63 


1.09 


.53 


143a 


5.46 


5. 30 


8.18 


9.48 


11.38 


15.76 


15.51 


13. 30 


13.14 


11.61 


7. 69 


143b 


3.63 


3.92 


4.24 


5.39 


7.20 


8.95 


9. OS 


7.89 


5. 35 


7.00 


5.53 


144 a 


3.45 


3.28 


3.70 


3.01 


4. 52 


4.36 


6.67 


4.72 


4.9S 


6.73 


4.40 


1441) 


1.95 


1.87 


2.01 


2.96 


3.29 


4.06 


6.43 


5.32 


2.81 


3.54 


1.10 


145a 


1.68 


1.98 


1.85 


2.14 


4.24 


4.97 


4.82 


5.23 


5.44 


2.84 


3.14 


1451) 


.97 


.88 


1.86 


1.31 


1.51 


1.30 


1.85 


1.54 


.91 


1.77 


.81 


115c 


.18 


.21 


.29 


.19 


.17 


.08 


.40 


.26 


.18 


. 09 


.43 


145d 


.53 


.57 


.45 


.34 


.56 


.69 


.64 


.09 


1.45 


.53 


.33 


145e 


1.98 


2.08 


1.89 


2.23 


2.29 


2.68 


2.81 


1.97 


1.54 


1.51 


1.38 


145f 


.68 


.74 


.78 


.58 


.56 


.38 


.88 


.17 


.63 


.62 


.58 


145k 


1.00 


1.31 


1.48 


1.75 


2.12 


1.61 


1.77 


1.72 


2.18 


1.77 


1.05 


14,ih 


1.18 


2.12 


2.55 


2.33 


2. Oti 


2.76 


1.53 


1.12 


1.18 


1.24 


.71 


145i 






.12 




. 06 




.OS 

"".'32' 

.32 






.09 


.03 
.03 
.23 
.44 


145J 
145k 


.09 
.35 
.50 


.04 
.21 
.67 




.08 
.08 
.61 


.09 
.51 

.60 




.29 

.66 


.49 

.68 




.18 
.54 


.18 
.53 


1451 


.73 


145m 


18.23 


27.37 


31. 35 


34.75 


30.46 


23.26 


24.03 


21.88 


26.64 


37.57 


5.85 


145n 


5.96 


5.72 


7.20 


8.16 


10.88 


10.48 


9.32 


5.58 


6.16 


5.85 


6.12 


145o 


.27 


.25 


.41 


.49 


.50 


.46 


.17 


.26 


.09 


.35 


.47 


146a 


1.33 


.99 


1.03 


.87 


.78 


.84 


.32 


.51 


.18 


.18 


1.33 


146b 


.62 


.71 


.82 


.68 


.73 


.92 


.96 


.94 


.54 


.18 


1.02 


146c 


.44 


.71 


.74 
.04 
.45 


1.94 


.56 


.69 


.08 


.09 




.18 


.74 

.05 

1.10 


147a 


.09 
.54 


1471) 


.68 


.78 


.63 


.50 


.38 


.88 


.94 


.53 


147c 


.15 
.29 


.18 
.42 


.04 

.29 


.10 
.29 


.06 
.11 


.08 

.08 


.08 
.17 


.09 
.17 






.11 

.52 


147(1 


.27 


.09 


147e 


.53 


.57 


.62 


.6S 


.73 


.46 


.48 


.17 


.36 


.27 


.73 


149a 


.15 


.28 


.16 


.24 


.50 


.08 


.17 


.09 


.36 


.27 


.56 


149b 


.21 
1.36 


.35 
1.38 


.41 
1.03 


.29 
.92 


.17 

.78 


.31 
1.15 


.32 

.96 


.26 

1.29 




.18 
1.15 


.48 
1.20 


149c 


1.45 


149(1 


8.14 


8.37 


8.35 


10.64 


8.14 


7.88 


6.83 


4.89 


3.72 


2.92 


8.95 


1 19c 


.18 
.44 


.14 
.49 


.12 
.37 


.15 
.39 


.06 
.22 


.08 
23 


.08 
.32 


.09 
.26 


.09 
.09 




.20 

.91 


1491 


1 .'53 


149 K 


8.85 


7.06 


8.23 


9.14 


5.36 


8.95 


7.47 


8.32 


8.61 


8. (Hi 


9.29 


149h 


.38 


.64 


.41 


.58 


.39 


.46 


.48 


.34 


.82 


.44 


.58 


150 


37.43 


41.81 


46.84 


47 14 


56.23 


53.57 


43. 39 


44.10 


45.41 


40.14 


47.90 


189 


757.01 


652. 51 


651.58 


651.56 


690. 99 


719. 80 


685. 31 


670. 15 


650. 07 


670.07 


1,089.46 





294 



MEDICAL AXD CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table ■">(). — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men\ 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 







13. 120 


28,821 


50,882 


70, 236 


92, 139 


123, 429 


160, 178 


Inter- 




national 
classifi- 
cation 


Cause. 


June 
and pre- 
ceding. 


July. 


August. 


Year, 1917. 






No. 


Septem- 
ber. 


October. 


Novem- 
ber. 


Decem- 
ber. 


1 


I. Infectious diseases (deluding tuberculosis and venereal). 








2 

19 




5 
8 


1 
9 


4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
in 
1 1 
18 
19a 
19b 
19c 
19rl 
19e 
19f 
19g 
19h 
ISi 
19j 
19k 
191 
19m 
19n 
l!lo 
I9p 
20a 
20b 
20c 
22 
24 
2.ia 

25b 

26 

47 

28a 
2sb 




1 


30 


25 


14 






7 


210 


50 


48 


154 

15 

1 

8 

44S 

5 

4 


401 

28 


350 

122 














1 
11 
2 


13 

38 
7 


7 

81 

1 

3 

3 


10 

139 

3 
1 
2 


15 

1,503 

10 
5 


18 

2,302 

12 

8 












5 
















1 


3 


1 




1 


15 












2 
ll 

256 




1 

S 
2 
258 
1 
1 
1 
2 


10 

49 

14 

708 


3 
29 
35 

1,478 




1 
1 
9 


9 

2 

335 


52 

4 
288 
















1 


3 


















1 


1 


3 


8 


4 








37 
5 


13 

8 


9 
9 


4 
2 
1 


3 
12 


2 
3 
1 


13 

2 












2 

















































Tetanus 






















14 


83 


23 


















""' 




3 


40 
IS 
17 


34 
10 
o 


22 


70 
38 
30 


82 
34 
31 


98 
52 
44 


II. Tuberculosis (all) 










29 
















30-35 






1 

147 

23 
39 


5 

271 

45 

47 
179 




8 

606 

97 
115 

394 


3 

570 

110 

78 
382 

I 
1 

s 
60 


8 

522 

89 

76 

357 






15 

2 
2 
11 


375 

64 

91 

220 


37 


Syphilis (all) 


3sn 




:M> 




36 


IV. General diseases (others). 


39-45 
46 
48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
51b 
52a 
52b 
53a 
.53b 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
55a 
55b 
55c 
S5<1 
55e 
56a 
56b 

57-59 • 














2 

7 

82 






2 

8 


3 
13 


3 

10 


4 
39 






(lout 






















1 








2 










i 




3 












































1 




































i | 




















































5 


2 
















Obesity 






1 

1 

18 




1 






1 










7 


s 


28 


61 


98 

25 
1 










4 1 


3 


10 

1 


14 

1 


14 
3 

1 















Source of information: Medical reports to the Surgeon (leneral's Office. 



ADMISSIONS — WHITE ENLISTED MEN EUROPE. 



295 



in Europe, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. .11, 1919, inclusive. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



193,284 


223, 130 


2.83,268 


388,048 


587,240 


796,427 


1,063,192 


1 , 266, 592 


1,527,793 


1,035,321 


Inter- 






March. 


April. 


Year, 


1918. 










national 
classifi- 
cation 


January. 


February. 


May. 


•Illlio. 


July. 

63 

96 
1 

261 
71 

237 

4,061 

121 

11 

110 


August. 


September. 

:,i 

68 

1 

896 

51 


October. 

13 

45 

1 

856 

68 

3 

248 

42,933 

546 

26 

77 


No. 




1 

1 






1 
30 


10 

57 


56 
76 


1 


3 


5 

1 
136 
230 

1 

323 

1,571 

8 
25 
181 


8 
3 

100 

171 

1 

209 

2,147 

6 

31 

80 


I 
5 


507 

168 


174 
152 


221 

185 


226 

136 

3 

321 

5, 557 

10 

17 

79 


696 

47 

3 

182 

5,954 

366 

16 

152 


6 
7 
8 


43 
1,559 

9 

15 


62 

1,071 
3 

17 
15 


338 

3,884 

9 

19 

77 


ISO 

27,300 

375 

20 

74 

1 

30 

2 

5 

23 

78 

3,018 

'.i 

1 

2 

22 

6 

4 

1 

7 

8 


8 
10 

11 
18 
19a 




191) 


17 


27 


5 


5 


11 

2 

5 

24 

33 

1,579 

1 

1 


15 
1 

4 

s 

42 

1,293 
2 


11 

2 

5 
4 
21 
1,264 
2 


35 

3 

10 

13 

35 

1,587 

5 

6 

1 

27 

5 

4 

5 

7 

3 


73 
3 
5 

7 

197 

4,347 

6 

3 


19c 

I'.M 


2 

65 

54 

2,693 


5 
11 
25 

3,087 


16 

40 

3,234 


1 
19 

'11 

1,626 

1 


19e 

19f 
19K 
19h 
19i 






19j 
19k 




1 

12 




1 

20 

1 

10 
1 
5 
1 


5 


4 


5 


48 


52 

i 


36 
3 

1 

1 

15 

9 


191 
19m 


2 


6 
3 
3 
3 




3 

10 

3 

7 


6 
10 
2 
1 


19n 


5 


5 
4 
3 


19o 




19p 

20a 




2 




20b 


1 












1 

2 

1 
27 




1 

2 
I 
47 
2 
1 
363 

345 

259 

42 

4 

411 

1 . 826 

535 
265 

1,026 

7 

12 

37 

792 

1 




20c 




2 


3 


4 


4 


2 


3 


22 




24 


2 6 


3 

1 
3SS 

91 

72 
1 
2 

16 

816 

159 
112 
545 

1 

1 

27 

126 


17 


IS 

1 


9 

1 

1 

2S4 

136 

101 

111 

2 

23 

1,21s 

323 
176 
719 

4 

5 

38 

230 

2 

1 

4 

17 


6 


632 
2 
1 

69S 

355 

254 

65 

3 

33 

1,813 

508 

279 
1,026 

8 

10 

70 

1,251 


25a 
251) 


2 
152 

SO 

63 
1 
2 

14 

513 

119 

88 

306 

3 

4 

31 

81 


2 
224 

54 

45 


3 
460 

87 

69 
2 
3 

13 

971 

196 
147 
628 

3 

4 

21 

135 


1 

217 

175 

139 
9 
2 
25 

1,114 

312 
151 
651 

5 

11! 

57 

271 




26 


462 

133 

115 

4 

1 

13 

1,305 

283 

194 
828 

3 
5 
42 

1S2 


266 
251 

199 

24 

2 

26 

1,685 

534 

223 
928 

9 

7 
73 
418 

1 


47 

2Sa 
28b 




29 


9 

Ml 

124 

78 

329 


30-35 

37 

3Sa 

38b 

36 


44- 
66 


39-45 

46 

4Sa 

|s!> 


1 








1 
1 

30 


1 
10 
56 


49 


1 
5 


3 
4 


4 
8 


1 
16 


4 

19 


15 
35 


12 

31 


50 
51a 

511) 


1 




1 
1 
3 


1 








1 




52a 
















52!) 


1 








1 




1 


i ! 

is 

1 

7 
6 
1 


53a 








1 
G 




1 
15 

2 

s 

1 

2 

4 

114 

26 

38 

2 


53b 




2 




2 


9 


10 
1 
3 
8 
2 


19 

3 

10 

1 

1 

5 

227 

"l 

46 


ss 






111. 








1 
3 


53c 




1 


3 

1 
1 
3 
65 
41 
14 


1 

1 

1 

2 

101 

54 

20 

1 

1 


5 
2 


54 








55b 


1 
50 
20 
18 

3 


1 
54 
20 
13 


3 
127 
54 
39 

1 


9 

97 

55 

36 

2 

2 


4 

63 

30 

37 

6 

1 


43s 

92 

34 

1 

2 


55c 

55(1 
55e 
.Via 
50b 










57-59 



29(5 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 56. — Admissions, by months, white enlisted men in, 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 

classifi- 
cation 
No. 



Monthly strength. 



10 

II 

18 

19a 

19b 

19c 

19d 

19e 

191 

19g 

19h 

19i 

191 

19k 

191 

19m 

19n 

190 

19p 

20a 

20b 

20c 

22 

24 

25a 

2.5b 

20 

47 



28a 
28b 
29 
30-3.5 



37 

38a 

38b 



36 

39-45 

40 

48a 
48b 
49 
50 
51a 
511) 
52a 
52b 
53a 
53b 
88 
116 
53c 
54 
5.5a 
5.5b 
55c 
55(1 
55e 
56a 
56b 
57-59 , 



I. Infectious diseases (excluding tuberculosis and venereal). 



Typhoid fever 

-Malarial fevers (all) 
Smallpox 



Measles 

Scarlet fever 

Whooping cough 

Diphtheria and results 

Influenza 

Dysentery (all) 

Erysipelas 

Carrier, bacillus, diphtheria 

Carrier, bacillus, typhoid 

Carrier, meningococcus 

Carrier, epidemic diseases (others)... 

Chicken-pox 

German measles 

Meningitis, cerebrospinal (epidemic) . 
Mumps. 



Paratyphoid A 

Paratyphoid B 

Poliomyelitis, anterior, acute.. . 

Trench fever 

Trench mouth 

Typhoid vaccination 

Vaccinia 

Epidemic diseases ( others) 

Septicemia, general 

Aerogenes capsulatus infection . 

Pyemia, surgical 

Anthrax 

Tetanus 

Trench foot 

M vcoses (others) 

Pellagra 

Acute articular rheumatism 



II. Tuberculosis (all). 



Tuberculosis of lungs 

Suspected tuberculosis 

Acute miliary tuberculosis. 
Tuberculosis'(others) 



III. Venereal diseases {all). 



Syphilis (all) 

Chancroids lin feet ion . 
Gonococcus infection. 



IV. General diseases (others). 



Rickets 

Canceraud other malignant tumors. 

Tumors, benign 

Arthritis 

Gout 

Scurv\ 



Diabetes, mellitus 

Exophthalmic goiter (hyperthyroidism). 

Cretinism and myxedema 

Addison's disease 

Acromegaly 

Leucemia. 



llodgkin's disease 

Goiter, simple 

Spleen, diseases of 

Other diseases of the ductless glands . 

Anemia, chlorosis 

Hemophilia 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Muscular rheumatism 

I M-utTfil diseases "llicrs i 

Alcoholism (acute or chronic) 

Drug addiction 

Poisoning, chronic 



1,682, ,836 1,591,902 



Year, 1918— Continued. 



Novem- 
ber. 



Decem- 
ber. 



83 

25 

I 

804 

71 

1 

282 

I 590 

261 

37 

143 



127 
21 



58 
4 

13 
6 

141 

,477 



440 

124 

1 

2ss 

18,(151 

103 

34 

138 

1 

51 

8 

17 

14 

180 

8, .864 

12 

4 

I 

30 

3 

13 



1 
1 

521 



2 
606 



325 

I 111.' 

5 

38 

2, 0.57 

571 

326 

1, 100 



8 
13 

72 

1,450 

1 



1 

16 

J 

2 

8 

1 

1 

4 

372 

31 

62 

4 

I 



2 

104 

2 

3 

582 



336 

172 

4 

47 

2,937 

689 
WW 

1,111s 



111 

9 

98 

1,470 



2 

423 

41 

69 

6 

2 



Month 

not 
staled. 



1, 488, 683 



I, 115,693 



Year, 1919. 



January 



131 
17 



129 

71 



270 

12, 70S 

35 

26 

86 

4 

51 

2 

16 

22 

122 

6, 399 

16 

10 

2 

95 

8 

26 

1 

7 

7 

] 



February 



60 

8 

3 

142 

83 

1 

248 
14,979 
28 
11 
99 
1 
51 
14 

15 

16 

108 
3, 835 



1 

61 

1 



440 

118 

7 

48 

3,039 

672 

682 

1,685 



100 
1,112 



335 
1.50 
12 
45 

2, 6.56 

567 

635 

1,454 



5 

7 

60 

844 

1 

1 

9 

68 



2 

8 
1 

1 
5 

226 

54 

s'2 
5 



27 



March. 



204 

44 

I 

187 

5,417 

3 

25 

98 

2 

84 

12 

23 

23 

81 

2, 048 

1 

I 



31 

7 

126 

15 
70 



236 

1 29 

4 

37 

2,672 

605 

640 

1,427 



11 I 

5 
im 
651 

1 



1 

1 

147 

80 

s| 

4 

2 



3 
U'4 
81 
71 
4 
3 



ADMISSIONS WHITE ENLISTED MEN EUKOPE. 



297 



Europe, Apr. 1, 1917, to Dec. SI, 1919, inclusive — Continued. 

ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



569,842 


271,633 


111,634 


48,006 


30,315 


21. DISS 


18,920 


18,379 




1,469,656 

Total for 
period. 

776 

(197 

16 

7,529 

1,959 

19 

3,921 

17(1,240 

1,975 

378 

1,661 

15 

586 

65 

209 

473 

1,384 

57,554 

77 

Is 

18 

519 

59 

363 

119 

178 

65 

2 

n 

26 
6 

1 , 647 
12 
17 

5, 745 

5,172 

3,588 

1 , 027 
60 

517 

41,(111 

8,672 

8,902 

23, 437 

103 

131 

1,078 

10, 191 

7 

7 

146 

655 

2 

5 

10 

13 

14 

230 

7 

1 34 

108 

15 

11 

50 

2,976 

X15 

1,146 

55 

20 








Inter- 








Year, 1919— Continued. 








national 
classifi- 
cation 


May. 


Juno. 


July. 


August. , September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


Month 

not stated. 


No. 


11 

28 


11 
20 


8 
14 

2 
Is 
111 

1 
29 
162 

9 

2 
17 


4 

7 
1 


4 
2 


'2 
6 


2 

2 


1 


i 




4 






78 
17 


15 

1\ 
77 
271 

5 

5 
3(1 

5 


37 


1 


3 
6 


8 


51 

i 






6 1 2 












101 
891 


16 

60 

22 

9 


4 

38 

3 


15 

32 
2 
1 
3 


14 
17 


138 


in 

86 
3 


9 

10 

1 t 


6 

40 


1 
66 


3 
20 


18 


1 


14 
1 


19a 
19b 


8 












19c 


7 
5 
9 
10 

198 

1 














19d 


30 

10 
23 
539 


6 

1 

in 

153 

1 


1 
1 
5 






2 


2 
1 




19e 




3 
9 
3 




191 


4 


1 
1 




19g 
19h 

19i 


94 24 

3 i 1 
1 


2 


37 




..... 








19j 
19k 


1 
6 
3 
5 
1 
1 








2 








1 
2 
6 












4 


191 


1 
1 

1 




1 








19m 




1 


3 


1 

1 




19n 








19n 


3 

2 


1 










19p 

20a 


1 




















21 il> 















20c 
















22 
















24 


6 


1 


2 






1 




1 


25a 










25b 


















26 


28 

142 

85 

42 

3 

12 

1,815 
416 
400 
999 


16 

87 

51 
26 

2 

8 

1,995 

331 

395 

1,269 

1 

7 

18 

106 


9 

55 

34 
16 


9 

21 

19 
o 


8 
20 

19 

1 


5 
12 
11 


7 

4 

2 
2 


ti 
4 
4 


3 

711 

56 

12 


47 

28a 

2sb 






29 


5 

1,104 

157 
355 
592 






1 

1,153 

106 
419 
628 




2 

133 

23 
26 

84 

1 
2 
3 
60 


311 35 


1,751 

248 
586 
917 

1 
3 
10 
30 


2,172 

267 

720 

1,185 


618 

34 
229 
355 


457 

30 
161 

266 


37 

38a 

38b 

36 


5 
52 

215 


1 
12 
57 










39-45 


15 

21 


3 
9 


2 
6 


3 
11 


46 

1 48a 

1st) 




















111 


3 
31 


2 

7 


4 

7 












1 
HI 


50 


2 




2 






51a 








51b 


1 















52a 




2 




1 










52b 






1 










53a 
















53b 


10 

1 
1 

2 


8 


1 
1 




3 


1 





1 


88 








1 116 


2 














;,:>,<■ 


2 




1 




1 




54 














1 

1 

33 

33 

63 

3 

1 
















1 
20 

8 
61 










55c 


14 

8 
52 


7 

2 

49 

1 


2 

3 

43 

2 


34 


.1 


4 

1 , 11 

J 1 


4 
1 


55d 

55e 
56a 
56b 


2 


57-59 



298 



MEDICAL AND CASUALTY STATISTICS. 



Table 5(5. — Admissions, by mouths, white enlisted men in 
ABSOLUTE NUMBERS. 



Inter- 
national 
classifi- 
cation 

No. 



60 
81 

62 

i;:< , 

63b 

64 

66a 

B61l 

66C 

69 

74a 

74b 

74c 

74d 

74e 

74 f 

72 

73a 

73 1) 
73c 
73d 



67 

68a 

6X1) 

6Xc 

6*d 

6Xc 

6Sf 

68g 

6Sli 
6Si 



<oa 
75a 
75a 
75b 

75c 

7.VI 

7:,e 

751 

7Sg , 

7.-1I1 

..,k 

7.">l 

75m 

75n 

75o 

75p 

75q 

75r 



76a 
76b 
76c 
76(1 
76e 



86b 

X6c 
Mid 

me 

vif 
S6g 

.Mill 
Nil 











Year, 1917. 






Cause. 


June 
and pre- 
ceding. 


July. 


August. 


Septem- 
ber. 


October. 


Novem- 
ber. 


Decem- 
ber. 


V, Nervous system, diseases of (alt). 






























3 
1 










1 


2 




























1 
1 














2 


































3 
4 




4 

12 
2 
6 




1? 

1 

10 

8 






1 


11 


10 










1 


1 


1