Full text: Problems in eugenics

Interval afterChemnitz (1904-905)England Upper Classes 
(1874) (2)Employés at the cen­ 
tral administrations 
of the ministries 
France(1905)Railwaymen in 
City of Paris 
(1905)Paris workmen 
(1905)Total 
preceding birth.Number of 
birthsPercentage and 
totalsNumber of 
birthsPercentage and 
totalsNumber .of 
birthsPercentage and 
totalsNumber of 
birthsPercentage and 
totalsNumber of 
birthsPercentage and 
totalsNumber of 
birthsPercentage and 
totals 
12345678910111213 
1 year or less ...............5144-61949ç-l12I'I212J-ç1452’23692-6 
1-2 years611853'2I24IS5*’321319'519451751177i8'i3335H'9 
Less than 2 years ...66325771436467-422520'62157195132220'4370419-9 
Total ...................................11498IOO 'O21302IOO'OIO94IOO 'O11086IOO'O6477100 •018657IOO'O 
(') The Data for Chemnitz were taken by the Author from Monatliche Mitteilungen of this town ; those for England are taken from Westergaard 
Page 371 and were taken by this Author from Ch. Ansell Statistics of Families 1874; those for France are taken by the Author from Rapport 
préliminaire de la Commission statistique des fonctionnaires Rapports au Conseil supérieur de statistique. Bulletin numéro 10, Paris Imprimerie 
Nationale 1908. 
(2) Year of publication of the figures.324 TABLE XXV. D. C. Gini 
Number of Second Births according to Interval after Preceding Birth(i>.
	        

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