Michigan State Hospitals annual Statistical Reports, Movement of Population and Statistical Details for the Calendar Year of 1931

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Michigan State Hospitals annual Statistical Reports, Movement of Population and Statistical Details for the Calendar Year of 1931

Subject

Psychiatric hospitals.

Description

"The statistical data included in the tables contained in this report have been collected and compiled in the State Welfare Department from reports as made during the year 1931 by the different State Hospitals. These monthly reports cover the detailed information relating to each patient as he or she is admitted, paroled or discharged from the institution. By the machine tabulation method the summaries relating to the state as a whole are quickly and conveniently compiled and are readily made available for study and comparison, both with conditions in other states and with previous years in our own state."- from preface. Details the population numbers, especially admission by psychoses, age of individual, and origin of birth divided into native (to the United States) and foreign-born individuals.

Creator

State Hospital Commission, State Welfare Department (Mich.)

Source

Original document held by Traverse Area District Library.

Publisher

State Hospital Commission, State Welfare Department (Mich.)

Date

1931

Contributor

Board of Trustees at the State Hospitals across Michigan.

Rights

This document is in the public domain.

Relation

See other reports from the Board of Trustees at various institutions in the "Traverse City State Hospital" Digital Collection.

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PDF.

Language

English.

Type

Document.

Identifier

MSH0009

Coverage

Michigan, United States

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Michigan State Hospitals
Annual

Statistical

Reports

Movement of Population and Statistical Details
for the
Calendar Year
of

1931

State Hospital Commission
R. G. FergusorvChairman

SaultSte. Marie
Kalamazoo

Dr. E. P. Wilbur

BayCity

Mrs. May Belle Downing
Bradley T. Fowlkes

Grand B\apids

Mrs. J. C. Hoskins

Pontiac

Fred Warded

Detroit

Enoch T. White

Lapeer

William S. Carpenter^ Director
State Welfare Department

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS

Data collected and compiled under direction
of Gilbert R. Haigh, Accounting
Consultant.

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS
The statistical data included in the tables contained in
this report have been collected and compiled in the State
Welfare Department from reports as made during the year
1931 by the different State Hospitals.

These monthly re-

ports cover the detailed information relating to each patient
as he or she is admitted, paroled or discharged from the institution. By the machine tabulation

method the sum-

maries relating to the state as a whole are quickly and conveniently compiled and are readily made available for study
and comparison, both with conditions in other states and
with previous years in our own state.

Table 1—Showing the population movement for all institutions of the hospital group for the year 1931.
In
Institution

Ypsilanti
Kalamazoo
Pontiac . .
Traverse City
Newberry
Ionia.
. .
Psychopathic
Eloise
Totals for Mental
Hospitals
Wahjamega
. ..
Lapeer
Northville
. ..
Totals for Epileptics and
Mental Defectives

AT BEGINNING OF YEAR
Absent
Total on Books
But on Books

M
0
1315
939
1117
640
612
27
1291

P

M

F

0
1291
795
970
512
75
30
1162

0
205
66
80
62
3
42
198

0
164
67
76
54
2
65
164

5941

4835 657

11

F

In

Institutions
T

0

0

1521

1455

F

T

19
222
68
99
58
4
37
186

476
1573
1007
1285
711
624
63

29
186
73
82
57
2
49
155 1524

458
1529
875
1132
567
84
79

1200

934
3102
1882
2417
1278
708
142

2724

5291 693

5924

13187

420
1801

782 427

39G 26
1695 108
267 79

633 7263
431
24 1681
106 506
60

4678 2405

2358 213

190 2618

2543

M

1197

1046

702
615
69
1489

566
77
95
1326

0 457
2976 1351
1867 939
2243 1186
1268 653
692 620
164 26
2815 1338

592 6598

5427

12025 6570

1005

862

413
1487
410

386 25
1252 172
260 63

19 440
142 1659
49 473

1394

2310

1898 260

210 2572

2106

403
309

AT CLOSE OF YEAR
Absent
Total on Books
But on Books

843 405

3053 1573

F
429
1343
802
1050
510
82
30.
1045

M

F

M

327

851

3482

833

5166

Aeeresrate
8251
6733 917
802 9170
7533
16703 8975
7649 906
823 9881
8472
18353
The detail of admissions as divided between first admissions, readmissions and transfers is shown on the next page. Also the
division of separations into discharges, transfers and deaths, is shown in detail.

Table 1 Cent.—Details of total admissions and total separations for all institutions for year 1931.
First
Admission
M

F

ReAdmission
M

F

M

25
51
20
3.3
27
8
3
60

20 31?
40 ^
27
6
SO
8
22
1
1 26
5 0
52 12

1491

1029 230

197 372

Wahjanieg'a
. . 53
87
Lapeer
77
Northville
Totals for Epileptics
and Mental Defectives. 217

45 2
486 18
55 0

<j
19
0

586 20

25

Ypsilanti .
. . .
Kalamazoo
Pontiac
Traverse City
Newberry
Ionia
Psychopathic , . . . .
Eloise
Totals for Mental
Hospitals

Ag-p-reg'ate. .

161
309
91
181
95
13
97
544

1708

132
215
56
125
58
2
122
313

16J5 250

Total
Admissions

Transfers
to
F
325
5
4
10
0
6
0
11

M
503
362
117
225
123
47
100
616

F
477
260
8"
165
80
9
127
382

Discharges
M

Transfers
From

F

M

Total Separations

Deaths

F

M

12
80
30
37
33
1
1
63

27
310
115
137
114
38
106
581

F

4
154
46
36
55
8
72
170

3
3
7
94
8
35
5
40
0
44
7
0
100 34
142 305

2
12
9
2
2
1
42
303

3.31 2093

1587 545

458 369

373 514

0
2
0

0 55
1 107
0 77

51 14
506 62
55 43

• 9
59
37

1
0
1

0 47
0 23
0 0

27
40
0

62
85
44

36
99
37

?

1

239

612 119

105

2

0 70

67

191

172

362 2332

2199 664

563 371

373 584

222 374

20
149
61
96
59
23
0
106

M

F

19
186
74
79
79
2
143
508

o

ffi
I—I
o

257 1428

324 1619

1090

1262

M
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co

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS

NOTE

The Wayne County Hospital at Eloise and the training school at Northville are not under the State Hospital Commission, but all the mentally diseased and
mentally defective patients contained in these two institutions are included in the scope of these tabulations.

TABLE 2—First admissions and deaths in mental hospitals
psychoses
PSYCHOSES

„,

Total.

,

-

!

-

,

!

1931 in relation with

FIRST ADMISSIONS
Male

Traumatic
Senile
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis....
General Paralysis
Cerebral Syphilis
Huntington's Chorea
Brain Tumor
Other Nervous Diseases
Alcoholic
Drugs and Toxins
With Pellagra
Other Somatic Diseases....
Manic-Depressive
Involution Melancholia
Dementia Praecox
Paranoia
Epileptic
Psychcner oses and Neuroses
Psychopathic Personality....
With Mental Deficiency
Undiagnosed Psychoses
Diagnoses Deferred
Alcoholism without
Psychosis....
Drug Addiction '
"...
Psycho Personality"
"...
Mental Deficiency "
"...
Others without Psychosis..

during

Female Total

74
46
44'
13
3



o
„„_
Of
-.
o-.

149
181
204
57
6
0
11 39
70
13: 19
0
21 36
135 230
19! 21
196' 483
35 70
7 21
53 84
4 15
19 47
108
31 118
1
6
15
21
31

1300

22
10
40
50
78

862 2162

type of

DEATHS
Percent Male
0.1
6.9 51
8.4 116
9.5 79
2.6 14
o.: 5

i.

3.2
0.9

Female Total
45 96
33 149
21 100
3 17
1 6

13.0
20.2
13.5
2.3
0.8

18
19
2

2.4
2.5
0.3

18
52
4
139
16 39
8
5
3
7 17
20
5

2.4
7.0
0X3
18.9
5.3
1.1
0.7
0.5
2.3
2.7
0.7

14
19
2

1.1
9
10
27
0.9
1
22.-! 87
3.2 23
l.f
6
3.1 2
0.6
3
2.£ 10
5 0 12
5.5
4

Percent

25

1.0
0.6
1.9
23
3.6

1
2
9
5

1
2
13
5

0.1
0.2
1.8
0.7

100

501

237i 738

100.0

Does not include admissions and deaths in Ypsilanti State Hospital.

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TABLE 3—First admissions during 1931 of mentally diseased.epileptic and mentally defective, showing different diagnosis
divided according to age of patients on admission date.
Under 15
Yrs. 35-39
Yrs.
Yrs. 30-34
Yrs. 25-29
15-19
Yrs. 20-24
Total
PSYCHOSES
Years
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
T M
M
F
M
F
F
1
1
4
4
Traumatic
75
74
149
Senile
46
181 1
Cerebral Arteriosclerosi: 135
1
6
2 25
2 23
1 6
160
44
204 1
I
2 1
General Paralysis
2 6
4
3 5
44
13
o7
Cerebral Syphilis
2
1
1 1
3
6
Huntingten's Chores. . . . 3
Brain Tumor
2
10
1
1 4
2
3 2
11
39
Other Nervous Diseases 28
4
1 8
2
63
7
70 1
Alcoholic
1
Q
1
1
6
13
19 1
Drugs and Toxins
Q
With Pellagra
1
O 1
9 0
1
2 1
21
36
Other Somatic Diseases 15
10 12
19
8
14 9
14
1 6
1 4
95
135
230
Manic-Depressive
2
19
21
Involution Melancholia .
42
36
25 49
28
6 55
Dementia Praecox
287
196
483 3
3^ 2
26
3 41
1
1
35
35
70 3
Paranoia
1
6
3
2
2
1
2
1
1
2 3
Epileptic
14
7
21 2
Psychoneuroses and
1 1
0 2
10
31
53
84
Neuroses
7 4
7 4
3 6
1
1
1
Psychopathic Personality 11
4
15
1
1
1 2
r
3
2 9
1
2
4 1
With Mental Deficiency. 28
19
47 1
5
2
5 3
5
4 7
Undiagnosed Psychoses . 51
57
108
5 4
5
3 12
Diagnoses Deferred . . . . 87
31
118 2
5 9
3 16
4
1 6

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TABLE 3 continued.
PSYCHOSES
Alcoholism without
Psychoses
Drug Addiction
without Psychoses . . . .
Psycho Personality
without Psychoses . . . .
Mental Deficiency with
Psychoses
Others without Psychosi
Total

Under lt>
Years

Total
M

F

T M

15-19
M

F

Yrs. 20-24
F

M

F

M

Yrs. 30-34
M

F

2

21

1

22

4

6

10

25

15

40

2

3 2

29
47

21
31

50
78

5

3 .4

1300

862

2162

90

2 2
4
6
3 2
100

1 A

Idiots
Imbeciles
Morons
Not Feeble Minded
Total Mental
Defectives
. .
Epileptics . .
...

26
24
65
36

117
161
1>36
62

143 91
185 21
231 56
98 34

151
60

uO>5
72

1 Q9
1R

9RR 10
°,1 14

11°

1 32

Afi-ereuate

1511

1440 2951 183

333 84

1 58 112

657

Yrs. 25-29

3
90 2
80
42 1
7fi

First admission patients at Ypsilanti State Hospital not included.

0 4

2 3
4

2 3

1 2

2 1

2

7

5 7

3

8Q 1 AQ

27

7t; 1fi1

4t
*

1 °,

F

1 1

3
9

1

M

F

1 1

15 1

OK

Yrs.

1

1',
i -j
If4

1 A

1

4

Yrs. 35-39

Sfi 1 3fi

4
6

1

>j
1

12 1

1

'99

1

4

7

Q

i2i- 106

1

115 140

1

*

0

5
1

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M

O
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z;

1-3
M

1A
3

103

1 K4

9

1 OR

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TABLE 3—continued.
PSYCHOSES
Traumatic
Senile
Crrcbral Arteriosclerosis . .
General Paralysis
Cerebral Syphilis
.. .
Huntingdon's Chorea
Brain Tumor
Other Nervous Diseases . . . .
Alcoholic
.
Drugs and Toxins
With Pellagra
Other Somatic Diseases . . . .
Manic-Depressive
Involution Melancholia
Dementia Praecox
Paranoia
Epileptic

40-44
M
1

Yrs. 45-49

Yrs. 50-54

F

F

M

M

2
£5
6

2
11 23
4 7

1
5 3
14 20
1 h'

5
10
1

12
4 1

1 1
1 0
1 2

1
10
1
30
4
2

Psychoneuroses and Neuroses 7
Psychopathic Personality . . 1
3
With Mental Deficiency
Undiagnosed Psychoses . . . . 3
16
Diagnoses Deferred

6
23 ! 1
32 10
4 6
7
1
2
4
4

2
5
4
7

1 1
16 13
6 I
21 1 -3
1 2
••>
5
1
6
9
3

1
2
8
7

'

Yrs. 55-59

Yrs. 60-64

Yrs. 65-69

Yrs. 70 and Over

K

F

F

F

M
1 1
1 2
2 9
3 15
1 4

M
6
5 29
3 6
2 2
1

M
13
r, 13
1 17
2
1

1
? 8
1

1
2 6

3
<5

2
14 10
5
4 3
5 3
2

3
3
3 3
1

1 4

2

2
U
4
G
7

9
3

4
3
9 8
2 3

M
4 54
6 72
2
1 1

1 2
1
4

F
50
23
1

1

g

1

o
ffi

2

2

2
2 •

1

4

2
(5 3
3 1

5
1 2

s

4 4
2

1
1

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TABLE S Contined
40-44

PSYCHOSES

M
Alcoholism without Psychoses 1
Drug Addiction . "

". . . .

Psycho Personality " .". .
Mental Deficiency
Others
." .

" "
. ."

Totals
Idiots
Imbeciles
Morons
Not Feeble Minded

3

F

M
6

Yrs. 50-54
F

M
2

1 1

1 2

9

3 3

151

109 110

98 105

154

F M
1 1
1

1
2 4

..

Yrs. 55-59

1

2 1

Total Mental Defectives . . .
3
Epileptics
Aggregate

Yrs. 45-49

2 1
2
2

1

6 1
1 3

2
3 2

116 114

103 107

2
2
65 80

1

Yrs. 60-64
F

M
1

Yrs. 65-69
F

M

Yrs. 70 and Over
M

F

F

2
1 2
1
1 2

56 82

3
48 48

1 3

1

24 145

79

Q
>

1

1

1

1 1

z;

1

3
1

66 80

57 84

o
M

49 48

27 145

80

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TABLE 4—First admissions in mental hospitals during 1931 divided into native and foreign born and in relation with types o.f
psychoses.

Native

M
Traumatic
2
26
Senile
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis . . . . -16
General Paralysis
71
Cerebral Syphilis
16
Huntington's Chorea
2
Brain Tumor .
Other Nsrvous Diseases . . . . 9
Alcoholic
16
Drugs and Toxins
1
With Pellagra
Other Somatic Diseases
8
Manic-Depressive
30
Involution Melancholia
Dementia Praecox
123
14
Paranoi'i . .
Epileptic
10
Psychonevr-OKe.; and Neuroses 18
Psychopathic Personality. . . . 5
With Mental Deficiency
9
Undiagnosed Psychosis
24
Diagnoses Deferred
35
Alcoholism without Psychosis 7
Drug Addiction "
"
2
Psycho Personality. " . . " . . . . 10
11
Mental Deficiency ".
Others without Psychosis . . . 16
Total

MJHLKiN

NATIVE BORN

PSYCHOSES

511

F
19
15
25
6

PARENTAGE
'
j
Unknown
Foreign
Mixed
F M
M
F M
F M
1
1
4
12
10 5
63
4 46
4 8
t> 92
15
4 23
18
6 16
a 3
1 108
9
4 5
32
2
1
1
1
3

5 2
3 10
8

2 C
1 10
3

11
1

9
4£ 20

4 4
33 13
5
39 26
4 3
1
12 2
1 1
7 5
10 10
5 4
4
1 1
4 2
7 5
7 •5

25
10
41
20 5
4 1
S
41

167 152

76 46

e 1
87 52
11 6
4 1
29 5
1 2
8 6
27 9
9 10
5
4
4 6
8 9
11 11
348 211



23
52
25
1
? 2
21

15
37
4
17
2 63
2
6 206
2 24
12
1 26
8
1 23
1 45
2 54
1 16
4
1 20
2 26
1 33
30 920

TOTALS
F

Aggregate

BORN

39
28
35
10
2

T
4
85
120
143
42
5

8
4
8

23
41
12

16
29

39
70
19

15
94
15
152
21
7
46
2
18
43
18
1
5
12
19
19

32
157
17
358
45
19
72
1 0
41
88
72
17
9
32
45
52

4
73
4
125
25
2
12

36
230
21
483
70
21
84
15
47
108
118
22
10
40
50
78

.< 541

621

621

64
61
61
15
1

r

C
O

6
20
46
5
1
8
5
26

4
149
181
204
57
6

2162

To'.al of native born are herein divided according to their parentage,' indicating over 55% have parents who also are native born.
Ypsilaati Hospital not included.

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS

The total of foreign born shown in Table 4 on opposite page is further divided in Table 5 indicating

the

numbers born in several of the principal countries of
Europe.

TABLE 5—First admissions to mental hospitals during 1931 of patients who are foreign born, divided into countries of
birth in relation with types of psychoses.
PSYCHOSES

TOTAL— ALL COUNTRIES
M

F

T

29
43
52
12

35
18
9
3
1

64 1
61 1
61
15 1
1

13
26
2

3
3
5

16
29
7

1
29

3
44
4
44
14
1
7
2
1
13
13
18

Traumatic
Senile
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis . . .
General Paralysis
. ..
Cerebral Syphilis
....
Huntingdon's Chorea
....
Brain Tumor
Other Nervous Diseases
Alcoholic
. . .
Drugs and Toxins
..
With Pellagra
....
Other Somatic Diseases . . . .
Manic Depressive
Involution Melancholia
Dementia Praecox
Paranoia
.
.
Epileptic
Psychoneuroses and Neuroses
Psychopathic Personality
With Mental Deficiency
Undiagnosed Psychoses . . . . .
Diagnosis Deferred
....
Without Psychoses

81
11
1
5
3
5
7
33
27

Totals

380

Ypsilanti State Hospital not included.

241

M

4
73
4
125 4
25 1
2
12
5
6
20
46 2
45
621 10

Austria

England

F

M

1 1
2
1

Finland
M

F
3
2

I
11

Germany
F

M
4
] 7
1
2

1
2

2

11

32

4 4
1

4 1

6 3
1
25
1

12

2
2

2
2
178

Greece

F

M

10
3
2
1
11
1

33

B
a
J
H

O
OQ

1

15 30

o

31

1

2
2 2
3

F

1
1
31
27 9

Table five continued
PSYCHOSES

Ireland
M
F

3
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis . . . . 1

Italy
M
1
1

Poland
F

M

1 5

2

4
1 10

2

4
7

2

France
F
3
1
i

M

Scotland
M
F

F
1

2

2

1 1
1

Others

Russia
M

1 2

F

M

1 15

24
30

4
1

5

F
1
!
<

1

Other Nervous Diseases . . . .

1

With Pellagra
Other Somatic Diseases . . . .
Manic-Depressive
1
Involution Melancholia
2
Dementia Praecox
Psychoneuroses and Neuroses
Psychopathic Personality ....
With Mental Deficiency
Undiagnosed Psychoses . . . .
I
Diagnoses Deferred
2
Without Psychoses

2 1
7
1

1

1
2 2
15

1 3
1

1

5
1

1
1 1
4
8

1

1

3

^
2
11
1

2

4

1

19

*

2

1

3

4

1 PV

9"

11

2

97

-j r

6

1

2

;

1

1

1

3
q

1
3
2

1

1
3

1 6
iU

2

n

]
-I

/

o

o5
CQ

H

H

ffi
O
02
hj

c

21
7 66
33
2 6
6 25
109
Totals
:
11
13 179
The percentage of first admissions who are foreign born is well over ten percent greater than the proportionate total of
foreign born in the states population. The proportions from Poland and Russia are indicated as particularly high in this
connection.

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TABLE 6-—Deaths and discharges occuring in 1931 in mental hospitals in relation with length of hospital life.
Condition at Discharge
HOSPITAL LIFE
1 to 3 months
3 months to 1 year . . . .
1 year to 3 years
3 years to 5 years
5 years to 10 years . . .
10 years to 20 years.
20 years to 30 years . .
30 years to 40 years . .
40 years to 50 years . .
50 years to 60 years . .
Total

Total
Discharges
M
F
T
63
72 135
43
65 108
353
274 627
51
39
90
21
19
40
9
8
17
1
1 2
2
1
1

Recovered
M
4
7
62
5
4
1

Improved

F M
8 17
9 19
36 235
3 37
1 14
1 6
1

Unimproved Without Psychoses & Unk
F
M
"F M "
20
20
21 22
4
9
32 8
5
38
29 18
1
8
12 1
1
1
7 2
1
1 1

F
23
20
204
23
10
6
1
1 1

542
479 1021 83
58 329
288 78
Deaths and discharges at Ypsilanti State Hospital not included.

102 52

M
11-3
85
84
52
57
36
30
29
10
2
31 501

Total
Deaths and
Discharges

DEATHS
F
40
45
39
24
26
29
17
7
8
2

T
156
130
123
7-3
S3
65
47
36
38
4

237

738

T

291
238
750
166
123
82
49
38
18
4
1759

TABLE 7—Condition of patients at time of discharge: from mental hospitals during 1931 shown in relation with types of
psychoses.
"'"
~ '~
Without Psychoses
Unimproved
Improved
'Recovered
All
Conditions
and condition Unk.
PSYCHOSES
F
T M
F
T
M
F
T M
M
P
T M
, F
T
Trautmatic
Senile
... .
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis . .
General Paralysis
Cerebral Syphilis
Huntingdon's Chorea.
Brain Tumor
Other Nervous Diseases . . .
Alocholic Psychosis
..
Drugs and Toxins
With Pellagra
Somatic Diseases
Manic Depressive
Involution Meloncholia
Dementia Praecox
Paranoia
Epileptic Psychoses . . .
Psychoneuroses and Neuroses
Psychopathic Personality . . .
With Mental Deficiency . . . .
Undiagnosed
Diagnosis Deferred
Without Psychoses

3
4
19
51
21

0
12
» flu
8
9

3
16
29
59 4
30 3

7
46
4

1
5
6
4

1
12 2
52 12
8 1

3
75
2
141
17
5
19
4
12
24
11
73

29
142
9
90
21
6
43
7
5
29
6
37

32 1
217 26
11
231 10
38 1
11
62 6
11 1
17 1
53
17
110 14

1

1
1
3
25
5
1
11
1
6
3

16
4 45
3 12

8
7
6
9

3
8
23
51
21

3
3
2
6

3
3
1

6 1
6
3
6

2 4
13 28
2 3

1
4
5
2

1
8 1
33 4
5

1

2
4 2
1

4 2
51 41
2
15 97
2 10
3
17 11
2 3
1 9
6 19
5
17 16

21
90
6
56
11
3
25
3
4
17
2
8

23
131 7
8
153 30
21 4
6 2
36 1
6
13 2
36 3
7 5
24 5

5
23
3
29
9
3
6
3
1
5
3
3

288

617 78

102

1

3

1
1

1
O

1

5
30 1
3
59 3
13 2
5
7 1
3
3
8 2
8 1
8 39

2

4

5

3
2,

1

2

1
1
23

3
2
62

'

Totals

542

479

Not including Ypsilanti State Hospital.

1021 82

58

140 329

180 52

31

HI

83

K

W
O

VI

MICHIGAN STATE HOSPITALS

TABLE &—Total deaths in mental hospitals during 1931 showing average age at
death with relation with type of psychoses.
PSYCHOSES
Traumatic
Senile
Cerebral Arteriosclerosis....
General Paralysis
Cerebral Syphilis
Huntington's Chorea
Brain Tumor
Other Nervous Diseases....
Alcoholic
Drugs and Toxins
With Pellagra
Other Somatic Diseases
Manic-Depressive
Involution Melancholia
Dementia Praecox
Paranoia
Epileptic
Psychoneuroses and Neuroses
Psychopathic Personality....
With Mental Deficiency
Undiagnosed Psychoses . . . .
Diagnoses Deferred
Alcoholism without Psychoses
Drug Addiction."
".. ..
Psycho. Personality.".."....
Mental Deficiency."
"....
Others Without Psychoses..
Totals .

Av. Yrs of Av. Age at
Hosp. Life
Death

Discharge by Death

M

M
51
ne
79
14
5

45
33
21
3
1

14
19
2
9
27
1
87
23
6
2
3
10
12
4

3.75
4.16
3.16
2.25
2.66

18 2.75
19 12.66
2 12.58
9
25
3
52
16
2
3

i
2
9
5
501

96
149
100
17

18
52
4
139
39
8
5
3
17
20
5

0.75
8.16
14.50
20.08
18.58
5.33
4.92
9.00
11.41
9.33

1.33

1 5.75
2 7.41
9 16.00
5 14.16
237

Ypsilanti Hospital not included.

Documents

738

8.08

F

M
75
71
51
51
52

76
71
46
47
62

7.00 48

57

4.08
1.83
2.75
0.92
5.66

53
54
55
61
72
51
67
52
55
64
11.25 51
3.25 67
1.25 37 2.25
6.92
7.08
19.08
17.00
5.66
1.50

49
79
18.00 51
69
6.92 57

50
56
55
55
68
69
47
39
56
56

55
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