Full text: papers communicated to the first International Eugenics Congress held at the University of London, July 24th to 30th, 1912

D. C. Gini.Sociology and Eugenics.3 27 
See Statistique internationale de la papulation, published by Statistique 
Générale de la France. Paris. Imprimerie Nationale, 1907. 
(2)—At three years exactly 90,645 horses survive out of every 100,000 born. 
See Caramanzana, Ensayo de una “ Table de Mortalidad ” de los èquidos 
domesticos. Cor. published in the Boletin Oficial de Seguros Ministerio de 
Formento, 1910. Madrid, R. Rojas. 
(3)—From the tables of mortality in the above-mentioned Stat. internat, 
de la population, I find the maximum number of survivors after the first 
year of life = 9,054 in every 10,000 born in Ireland (1881-90), and = 8,947 
in every 10,000 males and 9,132 in every 10,000 females born in Norway 
(1891-92—1900-01). The minimum survival at one year of age is given by 
Baden (1881-90) with 7,163, by Saxony (1900) with 7,232, and by India 
(1901) with 7,146 survivors for the males, and with 7,412 for the females 
in every 10,000 born. The survival at one year of age amongst the native 
population of Egypt appears to be even smaller according to the data 
found in the Annuaire Statistique de l’Egypt, 1911. Ministère des finances. 
Direction de la Statistique. Lecairè, Imprimerie Nationale, 1911. Between 
1902 and 1910 deaths under one year of age represented 28‘94% of the 
births. (4)—These are the co-efficients of mortality between one and 17 years 
according to the calculations of Caramanzana and the observations of the 
“ Scandinavian Society for the Insurance of Live Stock.” 
Death Rate for Horses. 
Age in Years.CaramanzanaThe Scandinavian Society for 
the Insurance of Live Stock 
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