Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content
Scientific Data Documentation
Detailed Mortality File, 1962-1992

Contents:

Data
Abstract 1962-1987
Record Layout 1962-1963
Record Layout 1964-1967
Abstract 1968-1978
Record Layout 1968-1978
Technical Appendix 1976
Addendum 1976
Addendum 1977
Addendum 1978
Geographic Codes 1968-1978
Abstract 1979-1992
Record Layout 1979-1987
Technical Appendix 1979
Technical Appendix 1985
Addendum 1979
Addendum 1980
Addendum 1981
Addendum 1982
Addendum 1983
Addendum 1984
Addendum 1985

Data

Detailed Mortality 1962-1992 fixed-format simple text files in compressed (zip) format:

MORT62
MORT63
MORT64
MORT65
MORT66
MORT67
MORT68
MORT69
MORT70
MORT71
MORT72
MORT73
MORT74
MORT75
MORT76
MORT77
MORT78
MORT79
MORT80
MORT81
MORT82
MORT83
MORT84
MORT85
MORT86
MORT87
MORT88
MORT89
MORT90
MORT91
MORT92


Abstract 1962-1987
 DETAILED MORTALITY 1962-1987

 ABSTRACT

 Mortality (underlying cause of death) data include all deaths
 occurring within the United States. Deaths of U.S. civilians and deaths
 of members of the Armed Forces occurring outside the United States are
 not included. Data are obtained from certificates filed for deaths
 occurring in each State. (Data were obtained from all certificates
 for 1968-71 and for 1973-86. Data were obtained from a 50-percent sample
 of certificates for 1972.) Causes of death for 1979-87 were coded
 according to the Ninth Revision, International Classification of
 Diseases.

 These files include one tape record for each death occurring in the
 data year.  Death certificate numbers are not on the tapes.
 Data items contained in the files include:
       Data year
       Residence of decedent
            State
            County
            City (100,000 persons or more)
            Population size
            SMSA
            Metropolitan/nonmetropolitan
       Age at death (single years)
       Month of death
       Day of death
       Place of death (State, county)
       Race (9 categories)
       Sex
       Underlying cause of death
       Whether autopsy performed
       Hospital and status of decedent
       Marital status
       State of birth

            **************** NOTES *****************

 1) NCHS geographic codes used with 1979-1981 data are stored in
    OS disk file - CC36.GEOCOD70 on the CDC-Atlanta mainframe.  FIPS codes
    not available on the Vital Statistics files prior to 1982.

 2) NCHS geographic codes used with 1982-1987 data are stored in
    SAS disk file - CC36.NCHSFIPS.XWALK on the CDC-Atlanta mainframe.
    This file contains the FIPS codes matched with the NCHS Vital Statistics
    codes.  The documentation for this file is included in the documentation
    for this mortality data.

 3) Place of death is classified by State and county. In residence
    classification, all deaths are allocated to the usual place of residence as
    reported on the death certificate and are classified by State, county, and
    city.

 4) Place of residence for decedents who were nonresidents of the U.S.
    has been coded to the country of residence (8 categories).

 5) Beginning with 1979, cities of 100,000 persons or
    more are classified.

 6) Geographic classification for 1979-81 is based on the 1970 census
    enumeration.  Geographic classification for 1982-87 is based on the
    1980 census enumeration.


Record Layout 1962-1963

 MORTALITY 1962-1963
 Tape Locations 1-29

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

     1            1     Year (2)

     2            1     Reporting Area
                        0   ...  All areas except New York City.  Note:
                                 Refer to State of occurrence to identify
                                 reporting area.
                        1-5 ...  New York City
                        1   ...  Bronx Borough
                        2   ...  Manhattan Borough
                        4   ...  Queens Borough
                        5   ...  Richmond Borough

    3-8           6     Certificate Number
                        This number is assigned within reporting area.

     9            1     Record Type (Computer generated) - Refer to the item
                              Geographic Ident. for further explanation of
                              differences in types of records.
                        1...  Residents (State and County of Occurrence and
                              Residence are the same).  Geographic Ident.
                              codes for State and County in this record
                              represent occurrence of residence allocations.
                              City codes refer to city of residence only.

                        2...  Nonresidents by place of residence - (State
                              and/or County of Occurrence and Residence are
                              different).  Coded for place of residence in
                              Geographic Ident.  Duplicate of record 3 except
                              for Geographic Ident. codes.

     10           1     Resident Status (Computer generated)
                        1...  Residents (State and County of Occurrence-and
                              Residence are the same)
                        2...  Intrastate nonresidents (State of Occurrence
                              and Residence are the same but County is
                              different)
                        3...  Interstate nonresidents (State of Occurrence
                              and Residence are different)

    11-23        13     Geographic Identification (Computer generated)
                        See attachment for area listings for Illinois, New
                        Jersey, Pennsylvania.

    11-12         2     State - The states are numbered in alphabetical
                        sequence from 01-51.

    13-15         3     County - Counties are numbered in alphabetical
                        sequence beginning with 001.

    16-18         3     City - These codes identify each city with a
                        population of 10,000 or more in the 1960 Census.
                        Cities are numbered alphabetically within State.
                        Balance of county is coded 999 in these positions.

    19            1     Population Size (Place of residence)
                        0   ...  Places of 1,000,000 or more
                        1   ...  Places of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                        2   ...  Places of 250,000 to 500,000
                        3   ...  Places of 100,000 to 250,000
                        4   ...  Places of 50,000 to 100,000
                        5   ...  Places of 25,000 to 50,000
                        6   ...  Places of 10,000 to 25,000
                        7   ...  Places of 2,500 to 10,000
                        9   ...  All other areas (rural)

    20-22         3     Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA)
                        035 ...  New York City
                        133 ...  Philadelphia

     23           1     Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County Code
                        1   ...  Metropolitan County
                        2   ...  Nonmetropolitan County

    24-25         2     Month of Death
                        01  ...  January          07  ...  July
                        02  ...  February         08  ...  August
                        03  ...  March            09  ...  September
                        04  ...  April            10  ...  October
                        05  ...  May              11  ...  November
                        06  ...  June             12  ...  December

    26-27         2     Day of Death
                        01-31  ...  Day of death*
                           99  ...  Not stated
                        *Codes 01-30 for September, April, June,
                         and November.
                         Codes 01-28 for February

    28-29         2     Place of birth (See 1962 Instruction Manual for a
                          complete listing of States and countries with
                          corresponding codes.)
                        01-51  ...  Each state
                           52  ...  Puerto Rico
                           53  ...  Virgin Islands
                           54  ...  Other Possessions
                           55  ...  Born in United States, State unknown
                        56-98  ...  Foreign Country
                           99  ...  Not stated or unknown
 Tape Locations 30-46
 
    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

     30           1     Race Recode R3 (Computer generated)

                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Nonwhite
                        3   ...  Not stated (New Jersey residents only)

     31           1     Race Recode R4 (Computer generated)

                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Negro
                        3   ...  Other nonwhite
                        4   ...  Not stated (New Jersey residents)

     32           1     Race - detail code
                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Negro
                        3   ...  Indian
                        4   ...  Chinese
                        5   ...  Japanese
                        6   ...  Aleut
                        7   ...  Eskimo
                        8   ...  Filipino
                        9   ...  Hawaiian
                        0   ...  Other nonwhite
                        X (numeric) ... Not stated (New Jersey residents
                                                     only)

     33           1     Sex
                        1   ...  Male
                        2   ...  Female

    34-36         3     Age

                        Unit of Age (34)             No. of Units (35-36)*
                        0   ...  100 years +   ...   00-99
                        1   ...  Years         ...   00-99
                        2   ...  Month         ...   00-11
                        3   ...  Days          ...   00-27
                        4   ...  Hours         ...   00-23
                        5   ...  Minutes       ...   00-60
                        6   ...  Unknown       ...   00
                        *Code 00 in No. of Units represents not
                        stated or unknown.

    37-38         2     Age Recode A12 (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 year
                        02  ...  1-4 years
                        03  ...  5-14 years
                        04  ...  15-24 years
                        05  ...  25-34 years
                        06  ...  35-44 years
                        07  ...  45-54 years
                        08  ...  55-64 years
                        09  ...  65-74 years
                        10  ...  75-84 years
                        11  ...  85 and over
                        12  ...  Unknown

    39-40         2     Age Recode A27 (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 month
                        02  ...  1 month - 11 months
                        03  ...  1 year
                        04  ...  2 years
                        05  ...  3 years
                        06  ...  4 years
                        07  ...  5-9 years
                        08  ...  10-14 years
                        09  ...  15-19 years
                        10  ...  20-24 years
                        11  ...  25-29 years

    39-40         2     Age Recode A27 (Computer generated)

                        12  ...  30-34 years
                        13  ...  35-39 years
                        14  ...  40-44 years
                        15  ...  45-49 years
                        16  ...  50-54 years
                        17  ...  55-59 years
                        18  ...  60-64 years
                        19  ...  65-69 years
                        20  ...  70-74 years
                        21  ...  75-79 years
                        22  ...  80-84 years
                        23  ...  85-89 years
                        24  ...  90-94 years
                        25  ...  95-99 years
                        26  ...  100 years +
                        27  ...  Unknown

    41-42         2     Age Recode A22 (Infant List) - (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 hour
                        02  ...  1-23 hours
                        03  ...  1 day
                        04  ...  2 days
                        05  ...  3 days
                        06  ...  4 days
                        07  ...  5 days
                        08  ...  6 days
                        09  ...  7-13 days
                        10  ...  14-20 days
                        11  ...  21-27 days
                        12  ...  1 month
                        13  ...  2 months
                        14  ...  3 months
                        15  ...  4 months
                        16  ...  5 months
                        17  ...  6 months
                        18  ...  7 months
                        19  ...  8 months
                        20  ...  9 months
                        21  ...  10 months
                        22  ...  11 months

    43-46         4     Cause of Death Detail Code
                        See International Statistical Classification of
                        Diseases, 1955 Revision, Volume I, adapted for
                        NVSD use.
 Tape Locations 47-69

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

     47           1     4th digit recode of detail cause code
                        Computer generated recode of the 4th digit of the
                        cause code to satisfy requirements of the annual
                        each cause table where all 4th digits coded are not
                        shown.

    48-50         3     258 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 258 groups as specified in the 1962 Cause Lists.

     51           1     261 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated code.  This code identifies the
                        following three groups of Certain diseases of early
                        infancy. It is used in combination with the 258 group
                        recode to collapse the 258 list into the 60 cause
                        groups specified for 1962.

                        1   ...  Codes 760-762
                        2   ...  Codes 763-768
                        3   ...  Codes 769-776

    52-53         2     60 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 60 groups as specified in the 1962 Cause Lists.

    54-55         2     55 Infant Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 55 groups as specified in the 1962 Cause Lists.

     56           1     WHO Infant List
                        This code used in combination with 55 Infant Cause
                        recode provides the more detailed breakdown of causes
                        needed to satisfy WHO requirements.  See the document,
                        CAB - Cause of Death Edit, for complete listings of
                        these codes.

     57           1     CDC Causes
                        A code 9 in this character identifies those causes
                        which are of special interest to the Communicable
                        Disease Center. See the document "CAB - Cause of
                        Death Edit" for a complete listing of these Causes.

     58           1     FDA Causes
                        A code 1 in this character identifies those causes
                        which are of Special Interest to the Food and Drug
                        Administration.  See the document "CAB - Cause of
                        Death Edit" for a complete listing of these causes.

     59           1     Accident At Work
                        1   ...  Injury occurred while at work
                        2   ...  Injury did not occur while at work
                        3   ...  Not applicate (causes other than E800-962)
                        4   ...  Not stated (incl. unknown and not reported)

                        Country of Birth and Parents of Decedent
                        This item was coded only for occurrences in
                        California, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. See
                        1962 Instruction Manual for listing of codes.

    60-61         2     Country of birth of Mother

    62-63         2     Country of birth of Father

    64-68         5     Place of Occurrence (CAB codes)
                        State and County of occurrence are recorded in this
                        field for all record types.  See the 1963 Geographic
                        Code Manual for a complete listing of countries and
                        codes.

     69           1     Record Mark (=)

 Information Regarding Geographic Codes Used

 A listing of the geographic codes used for the 1962-1969 mortality data
 is contained in a publication:  VITAL STATISTICS INSTRUCTION MANUAL,
 GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE MANUAL (Codes Used in Computer Operations Effective
 with 1962 Data), (U.S.) National Center for Health Statistics,
 Hyattsville, MD.  These codes are not currently contained in an
 on-line computer file; they exist only in hard copy.  A copy of this
 geographic codes manual can be requested from the CDC Information
 Center, ext. 3396 (FTS 236-3396).


Record Layout 1964-1967

 MORTALITY 1964-1967
 Tape Locations 1-18

                 Outline of Items and Codes Arranged by Location
                         in the Final Death Tape Record

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

     1            1     Year (4)

     2            1     Reporting Area
                        Baltimore          ........................... 1
                        Bronx Borough      ........................... 1
                        Brooklyn Borough   ........................... 2
                        Chicago            ........................... 6
                        Manhattan Borough  ........................... 3
                        New Orleans        ........................... 1
                        Queens Borough     ........................... 4
                        Richmond Borough   ........................... 5
                        All  other Areas   ........................... 0
                        NOTE:  Use these codes in conjunction with state of
                                occurrence codes to identify reporting areas.

     3-8          6     Certificate Number
                        This number is assigned within reporting area.

      9           1     Record Type (Computer generated) - Refer to the item
                             Geographic Ident. for further explanation of
                             differences in types of records.
                    1   ...  Residents (State and County of Occurrence and
                             Residents are the same).  Geographic Ident.
                             codes for State and County in this record
                             represent occurrence or residence allocations.
                             City codes refer to city of residence only.

                    2   ...  Nonresidents by place of residence - (State
                             and/or County of Occurrence and Residence are
                             different.)  Coded for place of residence in
                             Geographic Ident.  Duplicate of records 3
                             except for Geographic Ident. codes.
                    3   ...  Nonresidents by place of occurrence - (State
                             and/or County of Occurrence and Residence are
                             Different.)  Coded for place of occurrence in
                             Geographic Ident.  Duplicate of record 2 except
                             for Geographic Ident. codes.

     10           1     Resident Status (Computer generated)
                    1   ...  Residents (State and County of Occurrence - and
                             Residence are the same)
                    2   ...  Intrastate nonresidents (State of Occurrence
                             and Residence are the same but County is
                             different)
                    3   ...  Interstate nonresidents (State of Occurrence
                             and Residence are different)

    11-23        13     Geographic Identification (Computer generated)
                        This is a geographic code generated in computer
                        processing and does not conform with codes punched in
                        the cards.  See the 1964 Geographic Code Manual for a
                        complete listing of areas and codes.

                        This field represents either place of occurrence or
                        place of residence depending upon the code in Record
                        Type (char. 9).

    11-12         2     State - The states are numbered in alphabetical
                        sequence from 01-51.

    13-15         3     County - Counties are numbered in alphabetical
                        sequence beginning with 001.

    16-18         3     City - These codes identify each city with a popula-
                        tion of 10,000 or more in the 1960 Census.  Cities
                        are numbered alphabetically within State.  Balance of
                        county is coded 999 in these positions.  The place of
                        occurrence record (Type 3) is filled with 222 in
                        these positions.
 Tape Locations 19-38

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

     19           1     Population Size (Place of Residence)
                        0   ...   Places of 1,000,000 or more
                        1   ...   Places of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                        2   ...   Places of 250,000 to 500,000
                        3   ...   Places of 100,000 to 250,000
                        4   ...   Places of 50,000 to 100,000
                        5   ...   Places of 25,000 to 50,000
                        6   ...   Places of 10,000 to 25,000
                        9   ...   All other areas (rural)
                                  Place of occurrence records (Type 3)

    20-22         3     Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA)
                        001-201   ...   SMSA codes as outlined in 1960
                                        Geographic Code Manual
                        000       ...   Nonmetropolitan counties except those
                                        coded VVV.
                        VVV (numeric)   ... Nonmetropolitan counties included
                                        in the Standard Consolidated Areas.

     23           1     Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County Code
                        1   ...   Metropolitan County
                        2   ...   Nonmetropolitan County

    24-25         2     Month of Death
                        01  ...  January          07  ...  July
                        02  ...  February         08  ...  August
                        03  ...  March            09  ...  September
                        04  ...  April            10  ...  October
                        05  ...  May              11  ...  November
                        06  ...  June             12  ...  December

    26-27         2     Day of Death
                        01-31  ...  Day of Death*
                           99  ...  Not stated
                        *Codes 01-30 for September, April, June, and November
                         Codes 01-29 for February

 28-29            2     Shipment Number
                        Shipments from each reporting area are numbered
                        consecutively beginning with 01.

     30           1     Race Recode R2 (Computer generated)

                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Nonwhite

     31           1     Race Recode R3 (Computer generated)

                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Negro
                        3   ...  Other nonwhite

     32           1     Race - detail code
                        1   ...  White
                        2   ...  Negro
                        3   ...  Indian (includes Aleuts and Eskimos)
                        4   ...  Chinese
                        5   ...  Japanese
                        6   ...  Hawaiian (includes Part-Hawaiian)
                        7   ...  Other Non-white

     33           1     Sex
                        1   ...  Male
                        2   ...  Female

    34-36         3     Age
                        Unit of Age (34)                No. of Units (35-36)
                        0   ...  Years (less than 100)  ...      01-99
                        1   ...  Years (100 or more)    ...      00-99
                        2   ...  Months                 ...    00-11, 99
                        3   ...  Weeks                  ...    01-03, 99
                        4   ...  Days                   ...    01-27, 99
                        5   ...  Hours                  ...    00-23, 99
                        6   ...  Minutes                ...    01-59, 99
                        9   ...  Unknown                ...        99

    37-38         2     Age Recode A12 (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 year
                        02  ...  1-4 years
                        C3  ...  5-14 years
                        04  ...  15-24 years
                        05  ...  25-34 years
                        06  ...  35-44 years
                        07  ...  45-54 years
                        08  ...  55-64 years
                        09  ...  65-74 years
                        10  ...  75-84 years
                        11  ...  85 and over
                        12  ...  Unknown
 Tape Locations 39-51

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline
    39-40         2     Age Recode A27 (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 month
                        02  ...  1 month - 11 months
                        03  ...  1 year
                        04  ...  2 years
                        05  ...  3 years
                        06  ...  4 years
                        07  ...  5-9 years
                        08  ...  10-14 years
                        09  ...  15-19 years
                        10  ...  20-24 years
                        11  ...  25-29 years
                        12  ...  30-34 years
                        13  ...  35-39 years
                        14  ...  40-44 years
                        15  ...  45-49 years
                        16  ...  50-54 years
                        17  ...  55-59 years
                        18  ...  60-64 years
                        19  ...  65-69 years
                        20  ...  70-74 years
                        21  ...  75-79 years
                        22  ...  80-84 years
                        23  ...  85-89 years
                        24  ...  90-94 years
                        25  ...  95-99 years
                        26  ...  100 years +
                        27  ...  Unknown

    41-42         2     Age Recode A22 (Infant List) - (Computer generated)

                        01  ...  Under 1 hour
                        02  ...  1-23 hours
                        03  ...  1 day
                        04  ...  2 days
                        05  ...  3 days
                        06  ...  4 days
                        07  ...  5 days
                        08  ...  6 days
                        09  ...  7-13 days
                        10  ...  14-20 days
                        11  ...  21-27 days
                        12  ...  1 month
                        13  ...  2 months
                        14  ...  3 months
                        15  ...  4 months
                        16  ...  5 months
                        17  ...  6 months
                        18  ...  7 months
                        19  ...  8 months
                        20  ...  9 months
                        21  ...  10 months
                        22  ...  11 months

    43-46         4     Cause of Death Detail Code
                        See International Statistical Classification of
                        Disease, 1955 Revision, Volume I, adapted for DVS
                        use.

     47           1     4th digit recode of detail cause code
                        Computer generated recode of the 4th digit of the
                        cause code to satisfy requirements of the annual each
                        cause table where all 4th digits coded are not shown.

    48-50         3     258 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 258 groups as specified in the 1964 Cause Lists.

     51           1     261 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated code.  This code identifies the
                        following three groups of Certain diseases of early
                        infancy.  It is used in combination with the 258
                        group recode to collapse the 258 list into the 60
                        cause groups specified for 1964.

                        1  ...  Code 760-762
                        2  ...  Codes 763-768
                        3  ...  Codes 769-776
 Tape Locations 58-69

    Tape      Size of
  Location     Field                        Code Outline

    52-53         2     60 Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 60 groups as specified in the 1964 Cause Lists.

    54-55         2     55 Infant Cause Groups
                        Computer generated recode of the detail cause codes
                        into 55 groups as specified in the 1964 Cause Lists.

     56           1     WHO Infant List
                        This code used in combination with 55 Infant Cause
                        recode provides the more detailed breakdown of
                        causes needed to satisfy WHO requirements.  See the
                        document, PB - Cause of Death Edit, for complete
                        listing of these codes.

     57           1     CDC Causes
                        A code 9 in this character identified those causes
                        which are of special interest to the Communicable
                        Disease Center. See the document "PB - Cause of Death
                        Edit" for a complete listing of these Causes.

     58           1     FDA Causes
                        A code 1 in this character identifies those causes
                        which are of Special Interest to the Food and Drug
                        Administration.  See the document "PB - Cause of
                        Death Edit" for a complete listing of these causes.

     59            1    Accident at Work Discontinued with 1966 Data Year
                        1  ...  Injury occurred while at work
                        2  ...  Injury did not occur while at work
                        8  ...  Item not on certificate
                        9  ...  Not stated (incl. unknown and not reported)
                        Blank  ...  Causes other than accidents

     60           1     Citizenship Discontinued with 1965 Data Year
                        1  ...  United States Citizen
                        2  ...  Alien
                        8  ...  Item not on certificate
                        9  ...  Unknown or not stated

    61-63         3     These characters are blank in 1964 Data Tapes

    64-68         4     Place of Occurrence (PB Codes)
                        State and County of occurrence are recorded in this
                        field for all record types.  See the 1964 Geographic
                        Code Manual for a complete listing of counties and
                        codes.

     69           1     Record Mark (=)

 Information Regarding Geographic Codes Used
 
 A listing of the geographic codes used for the 1962-1969 mortality data
 is contained in a publication:  VITAL STATISTICS INSTRUCTION MANUAL,
 GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE MANUAL (Codes Used in Computer Operations Effective
 with 1962 Data), (U.S.) National Center for Health Statistics,
 Hyattsville, MD.  These codes are not currently contained in an
 on-line computer file; they exist only in hard copy.  A copy of this
 geographic codes manual can be requested from the CDC Information
 Center, ext. 3396 (FTS 236-3396).



Abstract 1968-1978

  MORTALITY 1968-1978

          DOCUMENTATION FOR 
          UNDERLYING CAUSE OF DEATH 
          PUBLIC USE TAPES FOR 
          ICDA-8 DATA (1968-1978)

    The mortality tape files are maintained by calendar year.  For
 calendar year 1972, only 50 percent of the death records were coded
 and processed.  For all other calendar years, there is one tape record
 for each death, formatted according to the tape documentation on the
 pages which follow.

 SPECIAL NOTES:

   1.  A code entry of "Z" represents the alphabetic configuration of
       the letter Z.

   2.  A code entry of "V" (numeric) represents the EBCDIC code 12.

   3.  Data items may vary between calendar years.  Therefore, it is
       important to determine the availability of items in the specific
       file(s) being used.

   4.  Before 1970, mortality statistics included all deaths occurring
       in the United States, with nonresident aliens assigned to place
       of death.  Beginning in 1970, resident mortality data refer to
       deaths of residents of the United States only.

       Tables by place of occurrence include deaths of nonresident
       aliens, so totals will differ slightly from resident tables.
       If your tabulations differ from our published figures, different
       handling of nonresident aliens may be responsible.

       Codes 52 through 59 in positions 13-14 of the detail mortality
       record can be used to identify nonresident aliens.

 Total Number of Deaths per Year

    Data Year                          Number of Records

      1968                                  1,930,082

      1969                                  1,921,990

      1970                                  1,922,966

      1971                                  1,929,476

      1972                                    983,001

      1973                                  1,975,126

      1974                                  1,936,476

      1975                                  1,895,135

      1976                                  1,911,907

      1977                                  1,902,106

      1978                                  1,930,627

 Summary of Changes

       Although the code outline has been designed to cover data year
 1968 through 1978 under one basic format, there are certain changes
 in item content among these years. The most significant is the geo-
 graphic codes for the residence and occurrence items. For 1968 and
 1969 these codes are based on the 1960 Census of Population. For 1970-
 1978 these codes are based on the 1970 Census of Population. A summ-
 ary of differences is as follows:

     Item                     Change                Affects Positions

 Foreign Residents  For data years 1970-1978,       12,13-25,48-49
                    foreign residents are uni-
                    quely identified. However,
                    for 1978 data, code 58 (other
                    Western Hemisphere) for state
                    of residence has been elimi-
                    nated. For data years 1968-
                    1969, the place of residence
                    is coded the same as place of
                    occurrence for foreign resi-
                    dents.

 Geographic Codes   For data years 1970-1978,         15-25, 28-30
                    classification of residence/
                    occurrence data is based on
                    the 1970 Census of Population.

                    For data years 1968-1969,
                    classification of residence/
                    occurrence data is based on
                    the 1960 Census of Population.

 Day of Death       Day of death was not coded for        33-34
                    1968-1971 data.

 Race               In coding race of decedent,             36
                    codes 0 (Guamian for 1969-1977
                    data) and 8 (Filipino for 1969-
                    1978 data) were not used for
                    1968 data.

                    Codes 0 is defined as "Other
                    Asian or Pacific Islander" for
                    1978 data.

 Autopsy Performed  Autopsy performed was not coded         52
                    for 1968-1971 data.

 Findings Used      Findings used was not coded for         53
                    1968-1971, 1978 data.

 Place of Accident  Place of accident was not coded         152
                    for 1968 data.



Record Layout 1968-1978


 Record Layout 1968-1978
 Tape Locations 1-25

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size Item and Code Outline

 1        1     Last Digit of Data Year

                  8... 1968 or 1978
                  9... 1969
                  0... 1970
                  Etc.
                  to
                  7... 1977

 2-3      2     Shipment Number

                Shipments from each reporting area are numbered
                consecutively beginning with 01.

 4        1     Reporting Area

                The following codes when used with the State of
                occurrence codes, tape locations 26 27, identify
                separate reporting areas.

                1    ...  Bronx Borough
                2    ...  Brooklyn Borough
                3    ...  Manhattan Borough
                4    ...  Queens Borough
                5    ...  Richmond Borough
                6    ...  Chicago
                0    ...  All other areas

 5-10     6     Certificate Number

                These positions are blank.

 11       1     Record Type (Computer Generated)

                1    ... Residents
                         State and County of Occurrence and
                         Residence are the same.
                2    ... Nonresidents
                         State and/or County of Occurrence and
                         Residence are different.

 12       1     Resident Status (Computer Generated)

                1    ... Residents
                         State and County of Occurrence and
                         Residence are the same.
                2    ... Intrastate Nonresidents
                         State of Occurrence and Residence
                         are the same, but County is different.
                3    ... Interstate Nonresidents
                         State of Occurrence and Residence are
                         different, but both are in the U.S.

                4    ... Foreign Residents
                         (Not applicable to 1968-1969 data.)
                         State of Occurrence is one of the 50 States
                         or the District of Columbia, but Place of
                         Residence is outside the U.S.

 13-25     13   PLACE OF RESIDENCE

                  1968-1969 Data
                     Refer to the "Vital Statistics Instruction Manual,
                     Geographic Reference Manual: Codes Used in Computer
                     Operations Effective With 1962 Data" for a complete
                     list of areas and codes.

                  1970-1978 Data
                     Refer to the "Geographic Code Manual: Codes
                     Used in Computer Processing Effective With
                     1970 Data" for a complete list of areas and
                     codes.

                  The appropriate manual (or manuals) is enclosed
                  for the applicable data year being supplied to
                  the requestor.

                  Foreign Residents were not uniquely identified
                  in 1968 or 1969. The Place of Residence was
                  allocated to the Place of Occurrence (State and
                  County).

 13-25   13     PLACE OF RESIDENCE - continued

 13-14    2     State
                  01-51... Each State and the District of Columbia
                  are numbered alphabetically (see Appendix A-1).

                Foreign Residents (Not applicable to 1968-1969)

                  52... Puerto Rico
                  53... Virgin Islands
                  54... Guam
                  55... Canada
                  56... Cuba
                  57... Mexico
                  58... Other Western Hemisphere
                  59... Remainder of the World

                NOTE:  Code 58 was deleted in 1978.

 15-17    3     County

                  001-nnn...  Counties and county equivalents are
                              numbered alphabetically within each
                              State.
                  ZZZ...      Foreign Residents (not applicable to
                              1968-1969)

 18-20    3     City

                  001-nnn...  Cities are numbered alphabetically
                              within each State and identify each
                              city with a population of 250,000 or
                              more.
                  999...      Balance of County
                  ZZZ...      Foreign Residents (not applicable to
                              1968-1969)

                1968-1969 Data

                Population is based on the 1960 Census.

                1970-1978 Data

                Population is based on the 1970 Census.

 13-25   13     PLACE OF RESIDENCE - continued

 21       1     Population Size of City of Residence

                  0... 1,000,000 or more
                  1...   500,000 to 1,000,000
                  2...   250,000 to   500,000
                  3...   100,000 to   250,000
                  4...    50,000 to   100,000
                  5...    25,000 to    50,000
                  6...    10,000 to    25,000
                  9... All other areas in the U.S.
                  Z... Foreign Residents (not applicable to 1968-1969)

 22-24    3     Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA)

                1968-1978 Data

                  000... Nonmetropolitan counties except those
                         coded &&&.
                  &&&... Nonmetropolitan counties included in
                         the Standard Consolidated Areas.

                1968-1969 Data

                  001-201... The 201 SMSA's established in 1960.
                             See Section VI of the 1962 Geographic
                             Reference Manual for a complete list
                             of codes and names.

                1970-1978 Data

                  001-229... The 229 SMSA's established in 1970.
                             See Appendix A-6 for a complete list
                             of codes and names.
                  ZZZ...     Foreign Residents

 25       1     Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County of Residence

                  1... Metropolitan County
                  2... Nonmetropolitan county
                  Z... Foreign residents (not applicable to 1968-1969)

 Tape Locations 26-38

  Tape      Field
  Location  Size Item and Code Outline

 26       5     PLACE OF OCCURRENCE

                1968-1969 Data

                Refer to the "Vital Statistics Instruction Manual,
                Geographic Reference Manual: Codes Used in Computer
                Operations Effective With 1962 Data" for a complete
                list of areas and codes.

                1970-1978 Data

                Refer to the "Geographic Code Manual: Codes Used
                in Computer Processing Effective With 1970 Data"
                for a complete list of areas and codes.

 26-27    2     State

                  01-51... Each State and the District of Columbia
                           are numbered alphabetically (see Appendix
                           A-1 for a complete list of State names and
                           codes).

 28-30    3     County

                  001-nnn... Counties and county equivalents are
                             numbered alphabetically within each
                             State.

 31-34    4     DATE OF DEATH 1/

 31-32    2     Month of Death

                  01... January          07... July
                  02... February         08... August
                  03... March            09... September
                  04... April            10... October
                  05... May              11... November
                  06... June             12... December

 33-34    2     Day of Death

                  01-31... As applicable to month of death
                     99... Day of death not stated

                NOTE: For 1968-1971 data, day of death was not
                      coded.

 1/ Year of death is identified in tape location 1.

 35       1     Sex

                  1... Male
                  2... Female

 36-38    3     RACE
 36      1     Detail Race

                  0... Guamian
                  1... White
                  2... Black
                  3... Indian  (includes Aleuts and Eskimos)
                  4... Chinese
                  5... Japanese
                  6... Hawaiian (includes Part-Hawaiian)
                  7... All other races
                  8... Filipino

               NOTE: Codes 0 and 8 are not used for 1968 data.
                     For 1978 data, code 0 is defined as "Other
                     Asian or Pacific Islander."

 37       1     Race Recode 2 (Computer Generated)

                  1... White
                  2... All other races

 38       1     Race Recode 3 (Computer Generated)

                  1... White
                  2... Black
                  3... Other races

 Tape Locations 39-47

  Tape      Field
  Location  Size Item and Code Outline

 39-47    9     AGE OF DEATH

 39-41    3     Detail Age

                Three positions are used to code detail age.
                Location 39 identifies age in years, months,
                days, etc. Locations 40-41 are the number of
                years, months, days, etc.

                Loc. 39                            Loc. 40-41 2/
                   0      Years less than 100        01-99
                   1      Years 100 or more          01-99
                   2      Months                     01-11, 99
                   3      Weeks                      01-03, 99
                   4      Days                       01-27, 99
                   5      Hours                      01-23, 99
                   6      Minutes                    01-59, 99
                   9      Age not stated             99

 42-43    2     Age Recode 12

                  01... Under 1 year
                  02... 1-4 years
                  03... 5-14 years
                  04... 15-24 years
                  05... 25-34 years
                  06... 35-44 years
                  07... 45-54 years
                  08... 55-64 years
                  09... 65-74 years
                  10... 75-84 years
                  11... 85 years and over
                  12... Aged not stated

 2/ Unknown in infant age are recoded:

     Code and                       Tape Locations
     Meaning                     42-43   44-45   46-47

     299 - Months                  01      02      12
     399 - Weeks                   01      01      09
     499 - Day                     01      01      03
     599 - Hours                   01      01      01
     699 - Minutes                 01      01      01

 44-45    2     Age Recode 27

                   01... Under 1 month
                   02... 1 month-11 months
                   03... 1 year
                   04... 2 years
                   05... 3 years
                   06... 4 years
                   07... 5-9 years
                   08... 10-14 years
                   09... 15-19 years
                   10... 20-24 years
                   11... 25-29 years
                   12... 30-34 years
                   13... 35-39 years
                   14... 40-44 years
                   15... 45-49 years
                   16... 50-54 years
                   17... 55-59 years
                   18... 60-64 years
                   19... 65-69 years
                   20... 70-74 years
                   21... 75-79 years
                   22... 80-84 years
                   23... 85-89 years
                   24... 90-94 years
                   25... 95-99 years
                   26... 100 years and over
                   27... Age not stated

 46-47    2     Infant Age Recode 22

                Blank... Age 1 year and over or not stated
                   01... Under 1 hour
                   02... 1-23 hours
                   03... 1 day
                   04... 2 days
                   05... 3 days
                   06... 4 days
                   07... 5 days
                   08... 6 days
                   09... 7-13 days
                   10... 14-20 days
                   11... 21-27 days
                   12... 1 month
                   13... 2 months
                   14... 3 months
                   15... 4 months
                   16... 5 months
                   17... 6 months
                   18... 7 months
                   19... 8 months
                   20... 9 months
                   21... 10 months
                   22... 11 months

 Tape Locations 48-124

 48-49    2     Division and State Subcode of Residence

                States are coded within Division. The code
                structure is designed to sequence the States
                as they appear in NCHS publications.

                Location 48 identifies the Division and location
                49 identifies States within that Division.

                  00... Foreign Residents (not applicable to
                        1968-1969)

                  Loc.     Loc.
                  48       49

                  1...          New England
                           1... Maine
                           2... New Hampshire
                           3... Vermont
                           4... Massachusetts
                           5... Rhode Island
                           6... Connecticut

                  2...          Middle Atlantic
                           1... New York
                           2... New Jersey
                           3... Pennsylvania

                  3...          East North Central
                           1... Ohio
                           2... Indiania
                           3... Illinois
                           4... Michigan
                           5... Wisconsin

                  4...          West North Central
                           1... Minnesota
                           2... Iowa
                           3... Missouri
                           4... North Dakota
                           5... South Dakota
                           6... Nebraska
                           7... Kansas

                  5...          South Atlantic
                           1... Delaware
                           2... Maryland
                           3... District of Columbia
                           4... Virginia
                           5... West Virginia
                           6... North Carolina
                           7... South Carolina
                           8... Georgia
                           9... Florida

                  6...          East South Central
                           1... Kentucky
                           2... Tennessee
                           3... Alabama
                           4... Mississippi

                  7...          West South Central
                           1... Arkansas
                           2... Louisiana
                           3... Oklahoma
                           4... Texas

                  8...          Mountain
                           1... Montana
                           2... Idaho
                           3... Wyoming
                           4... Colorado
                           5... New Mexico
                           6... Arizona
                           7... Utah
                           8... Neveda

                  9...          Pacific
                           1... Washington
                           2... Oregon
                           3... California
                           4... Alaska
                           5... Hawaii

 50-51    2     Division and State Subcode of Occurrence

                States are coded within Divisions. The code
                structure is designed to sequence the States
                as they appear in NCHS publications.

                Location 50 identifies the Division and location
                51 identifies States within that Division.

                  Loc.     Loc.
                  50       51

                  1...          New England
                           1... Maine
                           2... New Hampshire
                           3... Vermont
                           4... Massachusetts
                           5... Rhode Island
                           6... Connecticut

                  2...          Middle Atlantic
                           1... New York
                           2... New Jersey
                           3... Pennsylvania

                  3...          East North Central
                           1... Ohio
                           2... Indiana
                           3... Illinois
                           4... Michigan
                           5... Wisconsin

                  4...          West North Central
                           1... Minnesota
                           2... Iowa
                           3... Missouri
                           4... North Dakota
                           5... South Dakota
                           6... Nebraska
                           7... Kansas

                  5...          South Atlantic
                           1... Delaware
                           2... Maryland
                           3... District of Columbia
                           4... Virginia
                           5... West Virginia
                           6... North Carolina
                           7... South Carolina
                           8... Georgia
                           9... Florida

                  6...          East South Central
                           1... Kentucky
                           2... Tennessee
                           3... Alabama
                           4... Mississippi

                  7...          West South Central
                           1... Arkansas
                           2... Louisiana
                           3... Oklahoma
                           4... Texas

                  8...          Mountain
                           1... Montana
                           2... Idaho
                           3... Wyoming
                           4... Colorado
                           5... New Mexico
                           6... Arizona
                           7... Utah
                           8... Nevada

                  9...          Pacific
                           1... Washington
                           2... Oregon
                           3... California
                           4... Alaska
                           5... Hawaii

 52       1     Autopsy Performed

                  1... Yes
                  2... No
                  8... Item not on certificate
                  9... Not stated

                NOTE: Item was not coded for 1968-1971 data.

 53       1     Findings Used

                  1... Yes
                  2... No
                  8... Item not on certificate
                  9... Not stated

                NOTE: Item was not coded for 1968-1971, 1978 data.

 54-120  65     Used for internal processing.

 121-138 18     Cause of Death

 121-124  4     Underlying Cause of Death

                See the "Eighth Revision International Class-
                fication of Diseases, "Volume 1, adapted for
                use in the United States. For accidents,
                poisonings and violence, the external cause of
                injury (E800-E999) is coded. The nature of
                injury (800-999) is not coded.

                These positions fo NOT include the letter E
                for the external cause of injury.

                For those underlying causes that do not have
                a 4th digit, location 124 is blank (Hex 40).

 Tape Locations 125-160

 125-129  5     281 Cause Recode

                A recode of the underlying cause into 281 groups for
                NCHS publications. See Appendix for a complete
                list of recodes and the underlying causes included.

                00200-33800... Code range (not inclusive)

 130-132  3     69 Cause Recode

                A recode of the underlying cause into 72 groups for
                NCHS publications. See Appendix for a complete
                list of recodes and the underlying causes included.

                010-810... Code range (not inclusive)

 133-135  3     65 Infant Cause Recode

                A recode of the underlying cause into 65 groups for
                NCHS publications. See Appendix for a complete
                list of recodes and the underlying causes included.

                010-710... Code range (not inclusive)

 136-138  3     34 Cause Recode

                A recode of the underlying cause into 34 groups for
                NCHS publications. See Appendix for a complete
                list of recodes and the underlying causes included.

                010-370... Code range (not inclusive)

 139-151 13     Used for internal processing.

 152      1     Place of Accident Code for Causes E850-E929

                Blank... Causes other than E850-E929
                    0... Home
                    1... Farm
                    2... Mine and Quarry
                    3... Industrial Place and Premises
                    4... Place of Recreation and Sport
                    5... Street anf Highway
                    6... Public Building
                    7... Resident Institution
                    8... Other Specified Places
                    9... Place Not Specified

               NOTE: Item was not coded for 1968 data.

 153-158  7     Sequence Number (Computer Generated)

                 0000001-1930627... Each record in assigned
                                    a unique number.
               NOTE: Item coded for 1978 data only.

 159-160  2     Reserved Positions

 Cause of Death Recodes
 Cause of Death 281 Recode

            Mortality Tape Files for Calendar Years 1968-78
                    Cause of Death Lists

 Definition of 281 Cause List Recodes

 281
 RECODE    DETAIL CAUSES REPRESENTED

 00200     000
 00300     001
 00400     002,003
 00500     004,006
 00600     005
 00700     008,009

 00900     010-012
 01000     013
 01100     014
 01200     015
 01300     018
 01400     016, 017, 019
 01500     020
 01600     022
 01700     023
 01800     030
 01900     032
 02000     033
 02100     034
 02200     035
 02300     036
 02400     037
 02500     038
 02600     007, 021, 024-027, 031, 039
 02700     040-043
 02800     044
 02900     050
 03000     055
 03100     060
 03200     062-065
 03300     066
 03400     070
 03500     071
 03600     045, 046, 051-054, 056, 057, 061, 067, 068, 072-079
 03700     080-083
 03800     084
 03900     086, 087
 04000     088

 04200     090
 04300     091
 04400     093.0
 04500     093.9
 04600     094.0
 04700     094.1
 04800     094.9
 04900     095, 097.0, 097.9
 05000     098
 05100     120
 05200     122
 05300     125
 05400     126
 05500     121, 123, 124, 127-129
 05600     Remainder of 000-136

 06000     140
 06100     141
 06200     142-145
 06300     146-149

 06500     150
 06600     151
 06700     152

 06900     153.0
 07000     153.1
 07100     153.2
 07200     153.3

 07300     153.8
 07400     153.9
 07500     154
 07600     155
 07700     156
 07800     157
 07900     158, 159

 08100     161
 08200     162
 08300     160, 163

 08500     170
 08600     171
 08700     172, 173
 08800     174

 09000     180
 09100     181, 182
 09200     183
 09300     184
 09400     185
 09500     186, 187

 09700     188
 09800     189

 10000     190
 10100     191, 192
 10200     193
 10300     194-199

 10500     204
 10600     205
 10700     206
 10800     207

 11000     200
 11100     201
 11200     203
 11300     202, 208, 209

 11500     218-221
 11600     224, 225
 11700     210-217, 222, 223, 226-228
 11800     234-236
 11900     238
 12000     230-233, 237, 239

 12200     240, 241
 12300     242
 12400     243-246
 12500     250
 12600     253
 12700     254
 12800     255
 12900     262
 13000     260, 261, 263-269
 13100     273.0
 13200     251, 252, 256-258, 270-272, 273.1-279

 13500     280, 281
 13600     282, 283
 13700     284
 13800     285
 13900     287
 14000     286, 288, 289

 14200     290
 14300     291
 14400     294-299

 14500     303
 14600     300-302, 304-309
 14700     310-315

 14900     320
 15000     330
 15100     340
 15200     342
 15300     343
 15400     345
 15500     360-369
 15600     374
 15700     375
 15800     381-383
 15900     321-324, 331-333, 341, 344, 346-358, 370-373, 376-380,
            384-389

 16100     390-392

 16300     394
 16400     395
 16500     397
 16600     393, 396, 398

 16800     400

 16900     401
 17000     402
 17100     403
 17200     404

 17601     410.0
 17602     410.9
 17701     411.0
 17702     411.9
 17801     412.0
 17802     412.9
 17901     413.0
 17902     413.9

 18100     420, 422
 18200     421

 18400     424.0
 18500     424.1
 18600     424.9
 18700     427
 18800     428
 18900     423, 425, 426, 429

 19301     430.0
 19302     430.9
 19401     431.0
 19402     431.9
 19501     433.0
 19502     433.9
 19601     434.0
 19602     434.9
 19701     432.0, 435.0
 19702     432.9, 435.9
 19801     436.0
 19802     436.9
 19901     437.0, 438.0
 19902     437.9, 438.9

 20100     440
 20200     441
 20300     445
 20400     442-444, 446-448

 20600     450-453
 20700     454-458

 20900     460-465
 21000     466
 21100     470-474

 21300     480
 21400     481, 482
 21500     484
 21600     485
 21700     483, 486

 21900     490
 22000     491
 22100     492
 22200     493
 22300     500
 22400     510, 513
 22500     511
 22600     517
 22700     518
 22800     501-508, 512, 514-516, 519

 23000     520-525

 23200     531
 23300     532
 23400     533
 23500     535
 23600     540-543
 23700     550-553, 560
 23800     561
 23900     562
 24000     563

 24200     571.0
 24300     571.8
 24400     571.9
 24500     574, 575
 24600     526-530, 534, 536, 537, 564-570, 572, 573, 576, 577

 24900     580
 25000     581
 25100     582-584
 25200     590
 25300     592, 594

 25400     591, 593, 595-599
 25500     600
 25600     610, 611
 25700     601-607, 612-629

 25900     631
 26000     636-639
 26100     632, 651-653

 26300     640, 641
 26400     642
 26500     643
 26600     644, 645
 26700     670, 671, 673
 26800     630, 633-635, 654-662, 672, 674-678
 26900     650

 27100     680-686
 27200     690-709

 27400     710-715
 27500     716-718
 27600     720
 27700     727, 735-738

 27800     721-726, 728-734

 28000     741
 28100     740, 742, 743
 28200     746
 28300     747
 28400     749
 28500     744, 745, 748, 750-759
 28600     760-778

 28800     794
 28900     780-792, 795, 796

 29200     E800-E807

 29500     E810
 29600     E812
 29700     E814
 29800     E811, E813, E815
 29900     E816-E818
 30000     E819
 30100     E820-E823

 30200     E825-E827
 30300     E830-E838
 30400     E840-E845

 30600     E850-E859
 30700     E860-E869
 30800     E870-E877

 31000     E880-E884
 31100     E885-E886
 31200     E887
 31300     E890-E899
 31400     E910
 31500     E911, E912
 31600     E922

 31800     E920
 31900     E923
 32000     E924, E926
 32100     E925
 32200     E916-E919, E921, E927, E928
 32300     E930-E936
 32400     E900-E909, E913-E915, E929, E940-E949

 32600     E950
 32700     E951, E952
 32800     E953
 32900     E955
 33000     E954, E956-E959

 33200     E965
 33300     E966
 33400     E960-E964, E967-E969
 33500     E978
 33600     E970-E977
 33700     E980-E989
 33800     E990-E999

 Cause of Death 69 Recode

 69
 RECODE    DETAIL CAUSES REPRESENTED

 010       004, 006
 020       008, 009

 040       010-012
 050       013-019
 060       033
 070       034
 080       036
 090       038
 100       040-043
 110       055
 120       090-097
 130       Remainder of 000-136

 150       140-149
 160       150-159
 170       160-163
 180       174
 190       180-187
 200       188, 189
 210       170-173, 190-199
 220       204-207
 230       200-203, 208, 209
 240       210-239

 250       250
 260       260-269
 270       280-285
 280       320

 310       390-398
 320       402
 330       404

 350       410
 360       411
 370       412
 380       413
 390       424, 428
 400       420-423, 425-427, 429
 410       400, 401, 403

 430       431
 440       433
 450       434
 460       430, 432, 435-438
 470       440
 480       441-448

 490       466

 510       470-474
 520       480-486

 540       490, 491
 550       492
 560       493
 570       531-533
 580       540-543
 590       550-553, 560
 600       571
 610       574, 575

 630       580-581
 640       582-584
 650       590
 660       600

 680       640-645
 690       630-639, 650-678
 700       740-759

 720       764-768, 772, 776

 730       Remainder of 760-778
 740       780-796
 750       Residual

 770       E810-E823
 780       E800-E807, E825-E949
 790       E950-E959
 800       E960-E978
 810       E980-E999

 Cause of Death 65 Recode

 65
 RECODE    DETAIL CAUSES REPRESENTED

 010       009
 020       033
 030       036
 040       037
 050       038
 060       040-079
 070       090
 080       Remainder of 000-136
 090       140-209
 100       210-239
 110       254
 120       273.0
 130       280-289
 140       320
 150       321-389
 160       460-465
 170       466, 490, 491

 190       470-474
 200       480-486
 210       517
 220       492, 493, 500-516, 518, 519
 230       550-553, 560
 240       535, 561, 563
 250       520-534, 536, 537, 540-543, 562, 564-577

 270       740
 280       741
 290       742
 300       743, 744
 310       746
 320       747
 330       748
 340       749-751
 350       752, 753
 360       754-756
 370       759.3
 380       759.0-759.2, 759.4-759.9
 390       745, 757, 758

 410       760

 430       761.0
 440       761.1
 450       761.3
 460       761.2, 761.4-761.7, 761.9
 470       762
 480       763

 500       764-768 (.0-3)
 510       764-768 (.4,.9)
 520       769.0-769.2, 769.4, 769.5, 769.9

 530       770
 540       771
 550       772
 560       774, 775
 570       776.1
 580       776.2
 590       776.9
 600       776.0, 776.3, 776.4
 610       777
 620       778.1
 630       778.2
 640       778.0, 778.3, 778.9
 650       780-796

 670       E911-E912
 680       E913
 690       E800-E910, E914-E949
 700       E960-E978
 710       Residual

 Cause of Death 34 Recode

 34
 RECODE    DETAIL CAUSES REPRESENTED

 010       010-019
 020       090-097
 030       Remainder of 000-136

 050       150-159
 060       160-163
 070       174
 080       180-187
 090       188,189
 100       204-207
 110       140-149, 170-173, 190-203, 208, 209
 120       250

 150       390-398
 160       402, 404
 170       410-413
 180       420-429
 190       400, 401, 403
 200       430-438
 210       440
 220       441-448
 230       470-474, 480-486
 240       490-493

 250       531-533
 260       571
 270       580-584
 280       630-678
 290       740-759
 300       760-769.2,769.4-772.774-778
 310       780-796
 320       Residual
 330       E810-E823
 340       E800-E807, E825-E949
 350       E950-E959
 360       E960-E978
 370       E980-E999



Technical Appendix 1976

Mortality Technical Appendix

 Sources of Data
 
 Death and Fetal-Death Statistics

 Mortality statistics for 1976 are, as for all previous years except 1972,
 based on information from records of all deaths occurring in the United
 States.Fetal-death statistics for every year are based on all reports of
 fetal death received by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

     Although the United States vital statistics system covers the 50 States,
 the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam, in this
 report the term United States refers only to the aggregate of the 50 States
 (including New York City) and the District of Columbia.

 The Virgin Islands was admitted to the "registration area" for deaths in
 1924; Puerto Rico, in 1932; and Guam, in 1970.Tabulations of death statistics
 for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were regularly shown in the annual
 volumes of Vital Statistics of the United States from the year of their
 admission through 1971 except for the years 1967 through 1969, and tabulations
 for Guam were included for 1970 and 1971.Death statistics for Puerto Rico,
 the Virgin Islands, and Guam were not included in the 1972 volume but have
 been included in section 8 of the volumes for each of the years 1973-78 and
 in section 9 beginning with 1979.  Information for 1972 for these three areas
 was published in the respective annual vital statistics reports of the Depart-
 ment of Health of the Virgin Islands, and the Department of Public Health and
 Social Services of the Government of Guam.

 Procedures used by NCHS to collect death statistics have changed over the
 years.  Before 1971, tabulations of deaths and fetal deaths were based
 solely on information obtained by NCHS from copies of the original certifi-
 cates.The information from these copies was edited, coded, and tabulated.
 For 1960-70, all mortality information taken from these records was trans-
 ferred by NCHS to magnetic tape for computer processing.

 Beginning with 1971, an increasing number of States have provided NCHS with
 computer tapes of data coded according to NCHS specifications and provided
 to NCHS through the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program.  The year in which
 State-coded demographic data were first transmitted on computer tape to
 NCHS is shown below for each of the States, New York City, Puerto Rico, and
 the District of Columbia, all of which now furnish demographic or nonmedical
 data on tape.

     1971                                     1977
         Florida                                  Alaska
                                                  Idaho
     1972                                         Massachusetts
         Maine                                    New York City
         Missouri                                 Ohio
         New Hampshire                            Puerto Rico
         Rhode Island
         Vermont                              1978
                                                  Indiana
     1973                                         Utah
         Colorado                                 Washington
         Michigan
         New York (except New York City)

     1974
         Illinois
         Iowa
         Kansas
         Montana
         Nebraska
         Oregon
         South Carolina

     1975
         Louisiana
         Maryland
         North Carolina
         Oklahoma
         Tennessee
         Virginia
         Wisconsin

     1976
         Alabama
         Kentucky
         Minnesota
         Nevada
         Texas
         West Virginia

     In 1974, States began coding medical (cause-of-death) data on computer
 tapes according to NCHS specifications.  The year in which State-coded
 medical data were first transmitted to NCHS is shown below for the 7 States
 now furnishing such data.

     1974                   1975
         Iowa                 Louisiana
         Michigan             Nebraska
                              North Carolina
                              Virginia
                              Wisconsin

     For 1976 and previous years except 1972, NCHS coded the medical
 information from copies of the original certificates received from the
 registration offices for all deaths occurring in those States that were not
 furnishing NCHS with medical data coded according to NCHS specifications.

 Standard Certificates and Reports

     The U.S. Standard Certificate of Death and the U.S. Standard Report of
 Fetal Death, issued by the Public Health Service, have served for many
 years as the principal means of attaining uniformity in the content of
 documents used to collect information on these events.They have been modified
 in each State to the extent required by the particular needs of the State or
 by special provisions of the State vital statistics law.  However, the
 certificates or reports of most States conform closely in content and
 arrangement to the standards.

     The first issue of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death appeared in
 1900. Since then, it has been revised periodically by the national vital
 statistics agency through consultation with State health officers and
 registrars; Federal agencies concerned with vital statistics; national,
 State, and county medical societies; and others working in such fields as
 public health, social welfare,demography, and insurance. This revision
 procedure has assured careful evaluation of each item in terms of its current
 and future usefulness for legal, medical and health, demographic,and research
 purposes.New items have been added when necessary; and old items have been
 modified to ensure better reporting, or in some cases have been dropped when
 their usefulness appeared to be limited.

     New revisions of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death and the U.S.
 Standard Report of Fetal Death were recommended for State use beginning
 January 1, 1968.The certificate of death is for use by a physician, a medical
 examiner, or a coroner.  Two other forms of the U.S. Standard Certificate
 of Death are available and are similar except that the section on
 certification is designed for the physician's signature on one, and for the
 medical examiner's or coroner's signature on the other.

 History

     The first death statistics published by the Federal Government concerned
 events in 1850 and were based on statistics collected during the decennial
 census of that year.  In 1880 a national "registration area" was created for
 deaths.  Originally consisting of two States (Massachusetts and New Jersey),
 the District of Columbia, and several large cities having efficient systems
 for death registrations, the death-registration area continued to expand until
 1933, when it included the entire United States for the first time.
     Statistics on fetal deaths were first published for the
 birth-registration area in 1918, and then every year beginning with
 1922.

Classification of Data
 General Information

     The principal value of vital statistics data is realized through the
 presentation of rates, which are computed by relating the vital events of a
 class to the population of a similarly defined class.  Vital statistics and
 population statistics must therefore be classified according to similarly
 defined systems and tabulated in comparable groups.  Even when the variables
 common to both, such as geographic area, age, sex, and race, have been
 similarly classified and tabulated, differences between the enumeration
 method of obtaining population data and the registration method of obtaining
 vital statistics data may result in significant discrepancies.

     The general rules used in the classification of geographic and personal
 items for deaths and fetal deaths are set forth in two NCHS instruction
 manuals (1976 NCHS Instruction Manual, Part 3 and 4)

     A discussion of the classification of certain important items is
 discussed below.

 Classification by Occurrence and Residence

     Tabulations for the United States and specified geographic areas in this
 report are by place of residence unless stated as by place of occurrence.
 Before 1970, resident mortality statistics for the United States included
 all deaths occurring in the United States, with deaths of "nonresidents of the
 United States" assigned to place of death.  "Deaths of nonresidents of the
 United States" refers to deaths that occur in the United States of
 nonresident aliens, nations residing abroad, and residents of Puerto Rico,
 the Virgin Islands, and other territories of the United States.Beginning
 with 1970, deaths of nonresidents of the United States are not included in
 tables by place of residence.

     Tables by place of occurrence, on the other hand, include deaths of both
 residents and nonresidents of the United States.  Consequently, for each
 year beginning with 1970, the total number of deaths in the United States by
 place of occurrence was somewhat greater than the total by place of residence.
 For 1976 this difference amounted to 2,467 deaths.  Mortality statistics by
 place of occurrence are shown in tables 1-10, 1-19, 1-20, 1-30, 3-1, 7-1,
 and 7-7.

     Before 1970, except for 1964 and 1965, deaths of nonresidents of the
 United States occurring in the United States were treated as deaths of
 residents of the exact place of occurrence, which in most instances was an
 urban area. In 1964 and 1965, deaths of nonresidents of the United States
 occurring in the United States were allocated as deaths of residents of the
 balance of the county in which they occurred.

     Residence error--Results of a 1960 study show that the classification
 of residence information on the death certificates corresponded closely to
 the residence classification of the census records for the decedents whose
 records were matched (NCHS, 1969).

     A comparison of the results of this study of deaths with those for a
 previous matched record study of births (National Vital Statistics Division,
 1962) showed that the quality of residence data had considerably improved
 between 1950 and 1960.  Both studies found that events in urban areas were
 overstated by the NCHS classification in comparison with the U.S. Bureau of
 the Census classification. The magnitude of the difference was substantially
 less for deaths in 1960 than it was for births in 1950.

     The improvement is attributed to an item added in 1956 to the U.S.
 Standard Certificates of Birth and of Death, asking if residence was inside
 or outside city limits.  This new item aided in properly allocating the
 residence of persons living near cities but outside the corporate limits.

 Geographic Classification

     The rules followed in the classification of geographic areas for deaths
 and fetal deaths are contained in the two instruction manuals referred to
 previously.

     The geographic codes assigned by the National Center for Health
 Statistics during data reduction of course information on birth, death, and
 fetal-death records are given in a 1975 NCHS Instruction Manual, Part 8.
 For 1970-78, codes are based on results of the 1970 census.

 For 1976 there is an unpublished computer listing of the geographic codes con-
 tained in the computer tapes.  The 13-digit codes in this listing are not the
 same codes as the 5-digit codes for the State-city or State-balance of county.
 Instead each of these 13-digit codes is a conversion of the two 5-digit
 codes into 1 combination code for "population size," SMSA's and MSEA's, and
 metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties.  This listing for 1976 is the
 same as that used for 1970-75.  It is planned that it will also be used for
 each of the remaining years in this decade.

 Standard metropolitan statistical areas--
 
    Except in the New England States, an SMSA is a county or a group of
 contiguous counties containing a city of 50,000 inhabitants or more or "twin
 cities" with a combined population of at least 50,000 in the 1970 census.
 In addition to the county or counties containing such a city or
 cities, contiguous counties are included in an SMSA if, according to
 specified criteria, they are essentially metropolitan in character and are
 socially and economically integrated with the central city or cities.

     In the New England States, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget uses
 towns and cities rather than counties as geographic components of SMSA's.
 The National Center for Health Statistics cannot, however, use the SMSA
 classification for these States because its data are not coded to identify
 all towns.  Instead the metropolitan State economic area (MSEA) established by
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census, which is made up of county units, is used.

    Standard consolidated areas--For the metropolitan complexes around New
 York and Chicago, several contiguous SMSA's and additional counties that do
 not appear to meet the formal integration criteria for SMSA's but do have
 strong interrelationships of other kinds have been combined into the New
 York-Northeastern New Jersey and the Chicago-Northwestern Indiana Standard
 Consolidated Areas.
     Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties--
 Counties included in SMSA's or in New England MSEA's are called metropolitan
 counties; all other counties are classified as nonmetropolitan.

     Population-size groups--Vital statistics data for cities and certain
 other urban places in 1976 are classified according to the population
 enumerated in the 1970 Census of Population.  In this report "Population
 size groups" refers to two groups.  "Urban places" and "Balance of area".
 "Urban places" consist of the following places:
            1. Each incorporated city and other urban places of 10,000
               inhabitants or more.
            2. Each town in New England and each township in New Jersey and
               Pennsylvania that had no incorported municipality as a sub-
               division and had either 25,000 inhabitants or more or a
               population of 10,000 to 25,000 and density of 1,500 persons
               or more per square mile.
            3. Each county in States other than the New England States, New
               Jersey, and Pennsylvania that had no incorporated municipality
               within its boundary and had a density of 1,500 persons or more
               per square mile. (Arlington County, Virginia, is the only
               county classified as urban under this rule.)
         "Balance of area" consists of all other places.
            Before 1964 places were classified as "urban" or "rural". The
          Technical Appendixes for earlier years discuss the previous
          classification system.

     Early mortality reports published by the U.S. Bureau of the Census
 contained tables showing nativity of parents as well as nativity of
 decedent. Publication of these tables was discontinued in 1933. Mortality
 data showing nativity of decedent were again published in annual reports for
 1939-41 and for 1950.

 Age

     The age recorded on the death record is the age at last birthday.  With
 respect to the computation of death rates, the age classification used by
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census is also based on the age of the person in
 completed years.

 Race and color

     For vital statistics in the United States in 1976, deaths are
 classified by race--white, Negro, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and other races.

     The white category includes, in addition to persons reported as white,
 those reported as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and all other Caucasians.
 The Indian category includes American, Alaskan, Canadian, Eskimo, and Aleut.
 If the racial entry on the death certificate indicates a mixture of Hawaiian
 and any other race, the entry is coded to Hawaiian. If the race is given as a
 mixture of white and any other race, the entry is coded to the appropriate
 other race.  If a mixture of races other than white is given (except
 Hawaiian),the entry is coded to the first race listed. This procedure for
 coding the first race listed has been in use since 1969.  Before 1969, if the
 entry for race was a mixture of black and any other race except Hawaiian, the
 entry was coded to black.

     Most of the tables in this report, however, do not show data for this
 detailed classification by race.  In some tables the divisions are white,
 Negro, and other.  In  other tables where the main purpose is to isolate
 the major group the classifications are simply white and all other.

     Race not stated--For 1976 the number of death records for which race was
 unknown, not stated or not classifiable was 4,244 or 0.2 percent of the total
 deaths.  Of the 4,244 records, 3,511 come from New York.
 Death records with race entry not stated are assigned to a
 racial designation as follows: If the preceding record is coded
 white, the code assignment is made to white; if the code is other than white,
 the assignment is made to black.Before 1964 all records with race not stated
 were assigned to white except records of residents of New Jersey for 1962-64.

     New Jersey, 1962-64--New Jersey omitted the race item from its
 certificates of live birth, death, and fetal death in use in the beginning
 of 1962.The item was restored during the latter part of 1962.The item was
 restored during the latter part of 1962.However, the certificate revision
 without the race item was used for most of 1962 as well as 1963. Therefore
 figures by race for 1962 and 1963 exclude New Jersey.For 1964, 6.8 percent
 of the death records in use for residents of New Jersey did not contain the
 race item.

     Adjustments made in vital statistics to take into account the omission
 of the race item in New Jersey for part of the certificates filed during 1962
 through 1964 are described in the Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of
 the United States for each of those data years.

 Mortality by Month and Date of Death

     Deaths by month have been regularly tabulated and published in the
 annual report for each year beginning with data year 1900.

     Date of death was first published for data year 1972.  In addition,
 unpublished data for selected causes by date of death for 1962 are available
 from NCHS.

    Death rates by month reflect most clearly the influence of the respiratory
 diseases.  Again for 1976, as for each year since the early 1920's, when the
 summer peak of mortality was eliminated, the curve of mortality falls to a
 low during the summer months, and reaches a peak during the winter months.
 The curve by month for the number of deaths from influenza and pneumonia
 for 1976 parallels quite closely that for the curve for the number of deaths
 from all causes.  The greatest number of deaths from influenza and pnuemonia
 occurred in January for 1976.

    The year 1972 was the first data year for which date of death was
 published.  Unpublished data for selected causes by date of death for 1962
 are available in NCHS.

 Report of Autopsy

     Before 1972, the last year for which autopsy data were tabulated was
 1958. Beginning in 1972, all registration areas requested information on the
 death certificate as to whether autopsies were performed.

     Information as to whether the autopsy findings were used in determining
 the causes of death was tabulated for 1972-73 for all but nine registration
 areas and from 1974-77 for all but eight registration areas.The item "autopsy
 findings used" was deleted from the 1978 U.S. Standard Certificate of Death.

 Cause of Death

     Cause-of-death classification--Since 1949, cause-of-death statistics
 have been based on the underlying cause of death, which is defined as "(a)
 the disease or injury which initiated the train of events leading directly
 to death, or (b) the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced
 the fatal injury" (World Health Organization, 1977).

     For each death the underlying cause is selected from an array of
 conditions reported in the medical certification section on the death
 certificate.This section provides a format for entering the causes of death
 in a sequential order.These conditions are translated into medical codes
 through use of the classification structure and selection and modification
 rules contained in the applicable revision of the International Classification
 of Diseases (ICD) published by the World Health Organization (WHO).Selection
 rules provide guidance for systematically identifying the underlying cause of
 death. Modification rules are intended to improve the usefulness of mortality
 statistics by giving preference to certain classification categories over
 others and/or to consolidate two or more conditions on the certificate into
 a single classification category.

     As a statistical datum, the underlying cause of death is a simple,
 one-dimensional statistic; it is conceptually easy to understand and a
 well-accepted measure of mortality.  It identifies the initiating cause of
 death and is therefore most useful to public health officials in developing
 measures to prevent the start of the chain of events leading to death.  The
 rules for selecting the underlying cause of death are included with the ICD
 as a means of standardizing classification, which contributes toward
 comparability and uniformity in mortality medical statistics among countries.

     Beginning with data year 1968, the cause-of-death statistics published
 by the National Center for Health Statistics have been classified according
 to the Eight Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICDA),
 which is based on the 1965 Revision of the International Classification of
 Diseases (ICD) (World Health Organization, 1967). The ICD gives greater
 detail and specificity in some categories than is provided by the Eighth
 Revision of the ICD.  Complete correspondence between these two classifica-
 tions was maintained at the three-digit level, but new four-digit sub-
 divisions were renumbered to accommodate the additional subcategories in
 logical sequence.  In the ICDA, subdivisions which do not correspond exact-
 ly with the ICD are identified by asterisks.

    In addition to specifying that the Classification be used, the WHO rec-
 ommended special lists for mortality tabulations-the Detailed List, con-
 sisting of all three-digit categories; List A, the List of 150 Causes for
 Tabulation of Morbidity and Mortality; List B, the List of 50 Causes for
 Tabulation of Mortality; and List P, the list of 100 Causes for Tabulation
 of Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality.  The recommended tabulation lists have
 been modified for use in the NCHS.

     The Each-Cause List is made up of each three-digit category of the Detail-
 ed List to which deaths may be assigned and each four-digit subcategory of the
 ICDA to which deaths may be assigned.  For category 412 the fourth digits
  1, .2, .3, and .4 are used instead of the fourth digits .0 and .9 which
 appear in the ICDA.  The each-cause table (1-23) does not show the fourth-
 digit subcategories provided for Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E823).  How-
 ever, these subcategories, which identify persons injured, are shown in the
 accident tables of this report (section 4).  Special fifth-digit sub-
 categories are also used in the accident tables to identify place of
 accident when deaths from nontransport accidents are shown.

     The List of 281 Selected Causes of Death is an extension of List A
 designed so that with one exception the original groups can be obtained by
 combining titles.  The individual titles in List A for Certain causes of
 mortality in early infancy are shown as one group title in tables using the
 List of 281 Selected Causes of Death. The individual categories are shown
 in the tables using the List of 65 Selected Causes of Infant Death, which
 was created by extending some titles in List P and by combining others.
 Titles in List P not shown in this list may be found in the each-cause
 table with the exception of causes of death in List P that are applicable
 only to fetal deaths.

     The List of 69 Selected Causes of Death is an extension of List B;  how-
 ever, certain causes of low frequency in the US are not shown separately.
 These causes are Cholera, Typhoid fever, Plague, Diptheria, Smallpox,
 Typhus and other rickettsioses, and Malaria.

     The List of 34 Selected Causes of Death was created by combining titles
 in the List of 69 Selected Causes.

     These lists were designed to be as comparable as possible to the NCHS
 lists most recently in use under the Seventh Revision.  In several instances
 this could not be done.  No attempt will be made here to enumerate these
 changes.  However, the followng changes are especially worth noting.  The
 group title Major cardiovascular diseases (ICDA Nos. 390-448) includes
 all of the titles in Section VII Diseases of the circulatory system
 of the Eighth Revision except the following one: Diseases of veins and
 lymphatics and other diseases of circulatory system (ICDA Nos. 450-458).

    The most nearly  comparable group title in the Seventh Revision is
 Diseases of cardiovascular system (ICD Nos. 330-334, 400-468).

     Both of these group titles include the first and third leading causes of
 death--Diseases of heart (ICDA Nos. 390-398, 402, 404, 410-429) and
 Cerebrovascular diseases (ICDA Nos. 430-438).  They also both include
 Diseases of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries (ICDA Nos. 440-448). The
 comparable title in the Seventh Revision for these latter diseases is
 Diseases of arteries (ICD Nos. 450-456). But the group title Diseases of
 Cardiovascular system (ICD Nos. 330-334, 400-468) in the Seveneth Revision
 includes also the title Diseases of veins and other diseases of circul-
 atory system (ICD Nos. 460-468).  These diseases of veins and other
 diseases of circulatory system (assigned by the Eighth Revision of ICDA Nos.
 450-458) are not included, however, under the Eighth Revision group title
 Major cardiovascular diseases (ICDA Nos. 390-448).

     Effect of decennial list revisions--The International Lists,
 in use in this country since 1900, have been revised approximately
 every 10 years so that the disease classification may be consistent with
 advances in medical science and with changes in diagnostic practice.
 Each revision of the International Lists has produced some break in
 comparability of cause-of-death statistics.  For the first five revisions,
 the continuity in the mortality trends is not considered a problem of great
 concern.  Van Buren described some of the major shifts in the cause-of-
 death statistics up to the Fifth Revision (1938) due to changes in the
 classification of causes of death. (U.S. Bureau of the Census- Vital
 Statistics-Special Reports, January, 1940). Dunn and Shackley measured the
 change in mortality statistics by cause due to the Fifth Revision. (U.S.
 Bureau of the Census- Vital Statistics- Special Reports, June 1944)

    This was done by coding mortality records for 1940 by the 1929 and 1938
 revisions.  The results of the study have been useful in evaluating the
 effects of the Fifth Revision and changes in the joint-cause selection Causes
 procedure.
 Comparability studies were also undertaken between the Eighth and Seventh,

     Sixth Revision-- The Sixth Revision of the International Lists of
 Diseases and Causes od Death was adopted by WHO in July 1948 and used for
 mortality data in the US from 1949 through 1957.  This revision represented
 a more sweeping change than any previous revision.  The classification
 scheme was expanded considerably to provide specific categories for
 nonfatal diseases and injuries in order to provide a classification which
 could be used for coding morbidity as well as mortality records.

     In addition to the expanded scope of the Sixth Revision of the Inter-
 national Classification, there was a major change in the method of selection
 of the cause of death for primary tabulation.  A large proportion of death
 certificates filed annually in the US report two or more diseases or
 conditions as causes of death.  General statistical practice requires
 that cases involving more than one cause of death be assigned to a single
 cause, making it necessay to select the one cause to which the death will
 be assigned.  The method of selection has an important effect upon the
 resulting statistics.

     In 1948 the World Health Assembly adopted, along with the Sixth Revis-
 ion of the International Lists, a form of medical certification and rules
 for classification of the underlying cause of death for international use.
 The  Standard Certificate of Death is designed to facilate the selection of
 underlying cause of death when two or more causes are recorded.  In general
 if the certification is completed properly, the underlying cause of death
 entered by the physician is the cause to be tabulated.  This procedure, used
 in the US beginning with deaths in 1949, differs markedly from that used
 in previous years.  Formerly, definite priority relationships were set up
 for combinations of causes reported on the death certificate.  The single
 cause to be tabulated was chosen according to these fixed rules.

     Comparability between the Sixth and Fifth Revisions.- In order to
 maintain a time series of mortality rates for comparable causes, the
 International Conference for the Sixth Revision of the Interional Lists
 recommended that deaths for a country as a whole in the years 1949 and
 1950 be coded according to both the Sixth and Fifth Revisions.  In the
 US, 1950 mortality data were used for the dual coding.  The differences
 resulting from the use of the two revisions are expressed by a factor termed
 the comparability ratio. This is the number of deaths assigned to a partic-
 ular cause under the Sixth Revision divided by the number of deaths
 assigned to a particular cause under the Sixth Revision divided by the number
 of deaths assigned to that cause using the Fifth Revision.

      Seventh Revision.-Beginning with 1955 the decennial conferences for revi-
 sion of the International Lists are held in years ending in 5 rather than
 later in the decade as had been done previously.  This is to make possible
 the use of revised classification for mortality data beginning with years
 ending in 8.  The new cycle provided time to assess the effect of new
 provisions and variations in interpretation before the next census.  Thus
 stable mortality data will be available for use in the population
 figures from the decennial census.

     Changes in the Seventh Revision were held to a minimum because of the
 relatively short experience with the Sixth Revision.  In compliance with a
 recommendation of the Expert Committee on Health Statistics, the changes
 were limited to essential ones and amendments of errors and inconsistencies.
 Provisions previously contained in an addendum were intergrated into the
 manual.  Since these provisions had been used with the Sixth Revision,
 they did not represent classification changes.  The only change made in
 three-digit categories consisted of rewording a few titles.  In a few
 cases the rewording included redefining morbid conditions classifiable
 to these categories and transferring certain terms from one category
 to another.  The three-digit categories which were affected are listed
 in Section 1, Volume 1, of Vital Statistics of the US, 1958.  There
 were also a number of changes in four-digit subcategories, consisting
 mostly of the addition of subdivisions to provide more detailed class-
 ification of malignant neoplasms of specified sites.  The three-digit
 categories for which there were additions, deletions, or changes in the
 four-digit subcategories are also listed in Section 1 of the 1958 report.

     The international rules for selecting the cause of death for primary
 mortality classification were recast for use with the Seventh Revision to
 simplify them and to organize them from the viewpoint of the coder making
 the cause of death assignment.  The intent of the rules remains the same,
 that is, to code the cause which the medical certifier judged to be the
 underlying cause starting the train of events leading directly to death.
 In recasting the rules, some interpretations were modified--mainly those
 involving selection of the underlying cause for improperly completed
 certifications.  In adapting coding procedures to reporting practices in
 the US, some additional changes in interpretations were made.

     In the majority of cases, application of the rules for the Sixth Revision
 and those for the Seventh resulted in the same code assignment.  There were
 some differences in individual assignments affecting a number of categories.
 Many of these individual assignments were compensatory and resulted in no
 detectable discontinuity of trends for various causes of death; the
 comparability of a number of categories was affected to a limited extent.

     Eighth Revision.--The Eighth Revision contains major modifications in
 in several sections of the lists.  Also, the international rules for selecting
 the  underlying cause have been simpified.  In addition, changes have been
 introduced in the special rules and decisions which adapt the coding
 procedures to reporting practices in the US.

     The Detailed List of the Eighth Revision consists of 671 categories
 of diseases and morbid conditions, 182 categories for classification of the
 external cause of injury, and 187 categories for characterization of
 injuries according to the nature of the lesion.  These detailed categories
 are designated by three-digit numbers.  There are also four-digit
 subcategories in the ICDA that provide further specificity or more
 information regarding etiology or manifestations of the disease.  The
 classification is arranged in 17 main sections, or chapters.  The important
 changes are summarized for each of these sections in the introduction to
 the ICDA, pages xxiv-xxviii.  Following are some of the many changes
 made:

    Infective and parasitic diseases.- In the Seventh Revision, list titles
    for diarrheal conditions were scattered over several sections of the
    Classification.  In the Eighth Revision all the Seventh Revision sub-
    divisions for these conditions, including those for infants, are brought
    together under one category, Diarrheal diseases (009).

    Diseases of the nervous system and sense organs.-Vascular lesions
    affecting central nervous system (330-334) in the Seventh Revision has
    been transferred in the Eighth Revision to Section VII.  Diseases of
    the circulatory system, where they appear as Cerebrovascular diseases
    (430-438).

    Certain causes of perinatal morbidity and mortality-- This section
    represents an integration of Section XV(Certain diseases of early
    infancy) and Classification of causes of stillbirth (Y30-Y39) in the
    Seventh Revision.  The age qualifications used in previous revisions
    to classify the same conditions in or outside this section have been
    deleted.  For example, Pneumonia of newvorn (763) of the  Seventh
    Revision is no longer in this section.  Instead, it is included in the
    Eighth Revision with Pneumonia (480-486), to which pneumonias are
    assigned without regard to age.

    Accidents, poisonings, and violence.- A new subsection (E980-E989)
    has been introduced for the classification of deaths where it was not
    possible for the certifier to determine whether the injuries were
    accidentally or purposely inflicted.

    Significant coding changes during the Eighth Revision.- Beginning with
 1969 a special four-digit subcategory Chronic obstructive lung disease
 (*519.3) has been added to obtain the number of certificates on which
 medical certifiers have entered this more general term rather than a more
 specific diagnosis of chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or asthma.  The
 number of certificates assigned to (*519.3) increased from 2,704 for 1969
 to 21,472 for 1976.  It is necessary to add together the number of deaths
 assigned to this new four-digit category and the number of deaths
 assigned to Bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma(ICDA Nos. 490-493) to
 obtain a measure of mortality from all chronic obstructive lung diseases.

     To provide that deaths would not be assigned to Chronic obstructive lung
 disease (519.3) if a more specific diagnosis such as chronic bronchitis,
 emphysema, or asthma also appeared on the death certificate, the coding
 procedures were updated for 1971 and 1972 data years in accordance with
 the linkages below:

       *519.3  Chronic obstructive lung disease without mention of
               asthma, bronchitis, or emphysema

           Excludes conditions in *519.3 with conditions in:
        490    Bronchitis (491) (Chronic bronchitis)
        491    (Chronic bronchitis) (491)
        492    (Emphysema) (492)
        493    (Asthma) (493)

      But the limitation imposed by these linkage provisions did not alter
 the upward trend in the number of deaths assigned to Chronic obstructive
 lung disease without mention of asthma, bronchitis, or emphysema (#519.3).
 The number of deaths assigned to (*519.3) increased from 6,321 for 1971 to
 8,210 for 1972.

     Under the Eighth Revision of the ICDA, deaths assigned to chronic
 obstructive lung disease, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, were
 assigned to Other diseases sof lung (ICDA No. 519.2).  Despite the transfer
 to these deaths from this category to the new category Chronic Obstructive
 lung disease (No. *519.3), the number of deaths assigned to Other diseases of
 lung (ICDA No. 519.2) also continued to increase - from 1,306 deaths for
 1969 to 2,201 for 1976.

     Also beginning with 1971, a special four-digit subcategory (*E854.8)
 has been added to identify Acute narcotism, not otherwise specified,
 whether or not the circumstances were undetermined.  Also, a preference
 will be given to Drug dependence (ICDA No. 304) when a statement of
 drug dependence or a synonymous term appears on the certificate with mention
 of poisoning by certain addictive drugs.

     In addition, beginning with 1971, the term cerebral sclerosis (general)
 is classified to Generalized ischemic cerebrovascular disease (ICDA No. 437)
 rather than to Other demyelinating diseases of central nervous system
 (ICDA No. 341).  As a result of this transfer the number of deaths
 assigned to this latter category decreased from 569 for 1970 to 96
 for 1971.

     For 1973 the significant codng changes were concerned with the sudden
 infant death syndrome (SIDS).

     SIDS, frequently called crib death or cot death, has been defined as the
 sudden and unexpected death of a previously healthy infant (usually between
 1 and 6 months of age) which remains unexplained after careful post mortem
 studies.  SIDS almost always occurs during sleep periods.  This phenomenon
 seldom occurs in an infant under 1 month or over 1 year of age.  There
 are no specific symptoms identfiable with SIDS.  Therefore, SIDS cannot
 be predicted, even by a physician, and in the light of present knowledge
 SIDS cannot be prevented.  An autopsy usually reveals congestion and edema of
 the lungs and minor inflammatory changes in the respiratory system.  In
 about 85 percent of the cases intrathoracic petechial hemorrhages are
 found.  However, evidence of a conventionally accepted lethal lesion(s)
 is lacking.  Because of these characteristic features, experts and
 researchers in the field consider SIDS a clearly identifiable distinctive
 entity even though the cause and mechanism of death remain unknown.

     Estimates of the number of SIDS deaths vary.  Efforts to obtain
 accurate data on the incidence of SIDS have been hampered by a number of
 factors.  Among these are the following:

    1. The failure of a number of physicians, coroners, and medical
       examiners to diagnose and/or report SIDS as the cause of death.
    2. The lack of uniformity in the terminology used to describe SIDS.
    3. The absence of a category in the Eighth Revision International
       Classification of Diseases, adapted for Use in the US (ICDA), which
       describes SIDS.
    4. The reluctance on the part of certifiers to report conditions that
       they feel may be regarded as unacceptable by vital statistics offices.
    5. The reporting of conditions, including incidental autopsy findings,
       that were in fact unrelated to death on the certificates of death
       for infants who actually died from SIDS.

     NCHS has modified the ICDA and the procedures for classifying infor-
 mation recorded on the death certificate to facilitate the identification
 and analysis of data related to known and suspected cases of SIDS.
    
    Three fourth-digit subdivisions have been created under ICDA category
 795 (Sudden death).  These subdivisions together with the inclusion terms
 are as follows:
     *795.0 Sudden infant death syndrome, under 1 year of age
            Acute fatal infant syndrome
            Cause unknown
            Cot or crib death
            Died without sign of disease, so stated
            Found dead (in bed, cot, cradle, crib, etc.) (infant)

 Maternal Deaths

    Maternal deaths are those for which the certifying physician has
 designated a maternal condition as the underlying cause of death.  The
 maternal conditions are those assigned to Complications of pregnancy,
 childbirth, and the puerperium (620-678).

     A maternal death is defined as the death of a woman while pregnant or
     within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration
     and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated
     by the pregnancy or its management but not from accidental or incidental
     causes.

     Under the Eighth Revision, maternal deaths were assigned to category
 title "Complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium" (ICDA-8
 Nos. 630-678).Although WHO did not define maternal mortality,there was an NCHS
 classification rule that limited a maternal death to a death within a year
 after termination of pregnancy from any "maternal cause," that is, any cause
 within the range of ICDA- Nos. 630-678.  This rule applied only if a
 duration of time for the condition was given.  If no duration was specified
 and the underlying cause of death was a maternal condition, then the duration
 was assumed to be within a year and the death was coded by NCHS as a maternal
 death.  The change from an under-1-year limitation on duration used in the
 Eighth Revision to an under-42-days limitation used in the Ninth Revision is
 not expected to have much effect on the comparability of maternal mortality
 statistics.  However, comparability is affected by the following
 classification change. Under the Ninth Revision, maternal causes have been
 expanded to include Indirect obstetric causes (ICD-9 Nos. 647-648).These
 causes include Infective and parasitic conditions and other current conditions
 in the mother that are classifiable elsewhere but which complicate pregnancy,
 childbirth, and the puerperium, such as Syphilis, Tuberculosis, Diabetes
 mellitus, Drug dependence, and Congenital cardiovascular disorders.

     Maternal mortality rates are computed on the basis of the number of live
 births.  The maternal mortality rate indicates the likelihood that a
 pregnant woman will die from maternal causes.The number of live births used
 in the denominator is an approximation of the population of pregnant women
 who are at risk of a maternal death.

 Infant Deaths

     Age--An infant death is defined as a death under 1 year of age.  The
 term excludes fetal deaths.  Infant deaths are usually divided into two
 categories according to age, neonatal and postneonatal.Neonatal deaths are
 those that occur during the first 27 days of life, and postneonatal deaths
 are those that occur between 28 days and 1 year of age.It has generally been
 believed that different factors influencing the child's survival predominate
 in these two periods:Factors associated with prenatal development, heredity,
 and the birth process were considered dominant in the neonatal period; and
 environmental factors, such as nutrition, hygiene, and accidents, were
 considered more important in the postneonatal period.  Recently, however,
 the distinction between these two periods has blurred due in part to advances
 in neonatology, which have enabled more very small, premature infants to
 survive the neonatal period.

 Fetal Deaths

     In May 1950 the World Health Organization recommended the following
 definition of fetal death be adopted for international use (National Office
 of Vital Statistics, 1950):

     Death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of
 a product of conception, irrespective of the duration of pregnancy; the
 death is indicated by the fact that after such separation, the fetus does
 not breathe or show any other evidence of life such as beating of the heart,
 pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite movement of voluntary
 muscles.

     The term "fetal death" was defined on an all-inclusive basis to end
 confusion arising from use of such terms as stillbirth, abortion, and
 miscarriage.

     Shortly thereafter, this definition of fetal death was adopted by the
 National Center for Health Statistics as the nationally recommended
 standard. Currently all registration areas except Puerto Rico have
 definitions similar to the standard definition. Puerto Rico has no formal
 definition.  (For definitions used by the States and registration areas,
 see NCHS (1981).)

     As another step toward increasing the comparability of data on fetal
 deaths for different countries, the World Health Organization recommended
 that for statistical purposes fetal deaths be classified as early,
 intermediate, and late.  These groups are defined as follows:

     Less than 20 completed weeks of gestation
       (early fetal deaths) ...................................... Group I

     20 completed weeks of gestation but less
       than 28 (intermediate fetal deaths)........................ Group II

     28 completed weeks of gestation and over
       (late fetal deaths) ....................................... Group III

     Gestation period not classifiable in
       Groups I, II, and III ..................................... Group IV

     Until 1939 the nationally recommended procedure for registration of a
 fetal death required the filing of both a live-bith and a death certificate.
 In 1939 a separate Standard Certificate of Stillbirth (fetal death) was
 created to replace the former procedure.This was revised in 1949, 1955, 1956,
 and 1968. In 1978 the Standard Certificate of Fetal Death was replaced by the
 Standard Report of Fetal Death.

     The 1977 revision of the Model State Vital Statistics Act and Model
 State Vital Statistics Regulations (NCHS, 1978) recommended that spontaneous
 fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation, or a weight of 350 grams or more,
 and all induced terminations of pregnancy regardless of gestational age be
 reported and further that they be reported on separate forms. These forms are
 to be considered legally required statistical reports rather than legal
 documents.

     Beginning with 1970 fetal deaths, procedures were implemented that
 attempted to separate reports of spontaneous fetal deaths from those of
 induced terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures were implemented because
 the health implications are different for spontaneous fetal deaths and induced
 terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures are still in use.

     Comparability and completeness of data--Registration area requirements
 for reporting fetal deaths vary.  Most of these areas require reporting
 fetal deaths of gestations of 20 weeks or more. Table A (when available)
 shows the minimum period of gestation required by each State for fetal-
 -death reporting.  There is substantial evidence that not all fetal deaths
 for which reporting is required are reported (Erhardt, 1962)

     Underresgistration is more of a problem near the lower limit for States
 having a minimum gestation period requirement.  Failure to register fetal
 deaths near the lower limit results to a large degree from underestimating
 the gestation period.  This is illustrated by the fact that for areas
 requiring  registration of all fetal deaths, the total number reported for
 20-23 weeks is higher than the numbers reported for 24-27 and 28-31 weeks.
 For most of the other areas, however, the opposite is true.

     To maximize the comparability of data by year and by State, most of the
 tables in section 3 are based on fetal deaths occurring at gestations of
 20 weeks or more.  These tables also include fetal deaths of not stated
 gestation for those States requiring reporting at 20 weeks or more only.
 Beginning with 1969,fetal deaths of not stated gestation were excluded for
 States requiring reporting of all products of conception except for those with
 a stated birth weight of 500 grams or more.  In 1976 this rule was applied to
 the following States:  Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, Mississippi,
 New York, and Virginia.  Each year there are some exceptions to this
 procedure. In 1976 there were three such exceptions: Mississippi,
 Arkansas, and Rhode Island.  Mississippi changed its reporting require-
 ments for fetal deaths from all periods of gestation to 20 weeks or more
 in 1976; however fetal deaths of not stated gestation were excluded unless
 they had a stated birth weight of 500 grams or more.  Arkansas required
 the reporting of fetal deaths of all periods of gestation in 1976; however
 all fetal deaths of not stated gestation were assumed to be of 20 weeks or
 more gestation.  Rhode Island changed its reporting requirements for fetal
 deaths from 20 weeks or more gestation to all periods of gestation in
 1976; however, all fetal deaths of not stated gestation were assumed to be
 of 20 weeks or more gestation.

   In States requiring the reporting of fetal deaths of all periods of
 gestation, generally at least half of the reported fetal deaths are less than
 20 weeks gestation.  Only 5 percent of all fetal deaths reported for
 Arkansas in 1976 were of less than 20 weeks gestation.

     Arkansas--Since 1971, Arkansas has been using two reporting forms for
 fetal deaths:  A confidential Spontaneous Abortion form that is not sent to
 the National Center for Health Statistics and a Fetal Death Certificate that
 is.During the period 1971 through 1980, it is believed that most spontaneous
 fetal deaths of less than 20 weeks' gestation were reported on the confid-
 ential form and, therefore, were not reported to NCHS. During the period
 1981 through 1983, Arkansas specified that fetal deaths of less than 28 weeks'
 gestation or weighing less than 1,000 grams could be reported on the
 confidential form; beginning with 1984 data, the State specified that fetal
 deaths of 20 weeks' gestation or weighing 500 grams be reported on the Fetal
 Death Certificate. Because of these changes, the comparability of counts of
 early fetal deaths may be affected.In particular, counts of fetal deaths
 aged 20-27 weeks during 1981-83 were not comparable between Arkansas and
 other reporting areas nor with data for 1984 and 1985.  It is believed that
 reporting has improved but is still not comparable with data for 1980 and
 earlier years.
 
   In 1976, 786 fetal death certificates were received late from Colorado and
 were not processed.  Of those, 782 were of less than 20 weeks gestation.

    Only 24 percent of all fetal deaths reported for Maine in 1976 were of
 less than 20 weeks gestation.

    New York State changed their fetal death certificates in 1976.  Because
 of this change and an error in processing their new form, a number of induc-
 ed abortions were included in the fetal death file.

    Some liveborn infants who die shortly after birth, particularly those
 born prematurely who die before the umbilical cord is severed or while
 the placenta is still attached, may be erroneously reported as fetal
 as fetal deaths.  This type of error may be more a problem in States
 lacking a precise definition of fetal deaths.

    Georgia.- Beginning with data year 1975 fetal deaths occurring in Georgia
 are reported only to the State and county level.  This affects the figures
 concerning fetal deaths.

     Period gestation--The period of gestation is the number of completed
 weeks elapsed between the first day of the last normal menstrual period
 and the date of delivery.The first day of the last normal menstrual period
 (LMP) is used as the initial date because it can be more accurately determined
 than the date of conception, which usually occurs 2 weeks after LMP. Data on
 period of gestation are computed from information on "date of delivery" and
 "date last normal menses began." If"date last normal menses began" is not on
 the record or the calculated gestation falls beyond a duration considered
 biologically plausible, "gestation in weeks" or "Physician's estimate of
 gestation" is used. When the period of gestation is reported in months on
 the report, it is allocated to gestational intervals in weeks as follows:

    1-3 months to under 16 weeks
    4 months to 16-19 weeks
    5 months to 20-23 weeks
    6 months to 24-27 weeks
    7 months to 28-31 weeks
    8 months to 32-35 weeks
    9 months to 40 weeks
    10 months and over to 43 weeks and over

    With the adoption of the 1968 revision of the fetal death certificate and
 the increased use of the first day of LMP by the reporting areas, the errors
 in reporting length of gestation have been minimized.  The proportion of
 fetal deaths assigned to gestation of 36 and 40 weeks has diminished, while
 the gestation of 37-39 weeks and 41 weeks and gestation length not stated
 has increased.  In 1976 areas using LMP were as follows:
 Alaska          Louisiana                  North Carolina
 Arizona         Maine                      North Dakota
 California      Maryland                   Ohio
 Colorado        Massachusetts              Oklahoma
 District of     Michigan                   Oregon
  Columbia       Minnesota                  Rhode Island
 Florida         Mississippi                South Carolina
 Georgia         Missouri                   South Dakota
 Hawaii          Montana                    Tennessee
 Illinois        Nebraska                   Utah
 Indiana         Nevada                     Vermont
 Iowa            New Hampshire              Washington
 Kansas          New Jersey                 West Virginia
 Kentucky        New York                   Wyoming

     Birth weight--In practically all registration areas birth weight is
 reported in terms of pounds and ounces rather than in grams.  However,
 the metric system has been used in tabulating and presenting the statistics
 to facilitate comparison with other data published in the United States.
 The equivalents of the gram intervals in pounds and ounces are as follows:

        500 grams or less= 1 lb 1 oz or less
         501 -1,000 grams =  1 lb  2 oz- 2 lb  3 oz
     1,001 - 1,500 grams =  2 lb  4 oz- 3 lb  4 oz
     1,501 - 2,000 grams =  3 lb  5 oz- 4 lb  6 oz
     2,001 - 2,500 grams =  4 lb  7 oz- 5 lb  8 oz
     2,501 - 3,000 grams =  5 lb  9 oz- 6 lb  9 oz
     3,001 - 3,500 grams =  6 lb 10 oz- 7 lb 11 oz
     3,501 - 4,000 grams =  7 lb 12 oz- 8 lb 13 oz
     4,001 - 4,500 grams =  8 lb 14 oz- 9 lb 14 oz
     4,501 - 5,000 grams =  9 lb 15 oz-ll lb  0 oz
     5,001 grams or more = 11 lb  1 oz or more

     Race--The race of the fetus is ordinarily classified based on the race
 of the parents. If the parents are of different races, the following rules
 apply.(1) When only one parent is white, the fetus is assigned the other
 parent's race.(2) When neither parent is white the fetus is assigned the
 father's race with one exception: If the mother is Hawaiian or Part-Hawaiian,
 the fetus is classified as Hawaiian.

     When the race of one parent is missing or ill defined, the race of the
 other determines that of the fetus.  When race of both parents is missing,
 the race of the fetus is allocated to the specific race of the fetus on the
 preceding record.

     Total-birth order--Total-birth order refers to the sum of the live
 births and other terminations (including both spontaneous fetal deaths and
 induced terminations of pregnancy) that a woman has had including the fetal
 death being recorded.For example, if a woman has previously given birth to
 two live babies and to one born dead, the next fetal death to occur is
 counted as number four in total-birth order.

     In the 1978 revision of the Standard Report of Fetal Death, total-birth
 order is calculated from four items on pregnancy history:  Number of
 previous live births, now living; number of previous live births, now dead;
 number of other terminations before 20 weeks; and number of other
 terminations after 20 weeks.

     All registration areas use the two standard items pertaining to the
 number of previous live births.Most areas use the two standard items
 pertaining to the number of "other terminations" before and after 20 weeks'
 gestation, but some areas use other criteria.  Total-birth order for all
 areas is calculated from the sum of available information. Thus, information
 on total-birth order may not be completely comparable among the registration
 areas.

    The following registration States requested information on all previous
 fetal deaths (fetuses born dead at any time after conception) on both
 certificates of live birth and fetal death in use during 1976:
 Alaska          Maine                      Ohio
 Arizona         Maryland                   Oklahoma
 Arkansas        Massachusetts              Oregon
 Colorado        Michigan                   Pennsylvania
 Connecticut     Minnesota                  Rhode Island
 Delaware        Mississippi                South Carolina
 Florida         Missouri                   South Dakota
 Georgia         Montana                    Utah
 Hawaii          Nebraska                   Vermont
 Illinois        Nevada                     Virginia
 Indiana         New Hampshire              Washington
 Iowa            New Jersey                 West Virginia
 Kansas          New York                   Wyoming
 Kentucky        North Carolina
 Louisiana       North Dakota

     Legitimacy status.-- Tabulations with legitimacy as a characteristic
 include only residents in States which provided for reporting this item
 on both their certificates of live birth and fetal death in 1976. These
 States are as follows:
 Alabama         Kentucky                   Oregon
 Alaska          Louisiana                  Pennsylvania
 Arizona         Maine                      Rhode Island
 Colorado        Michigan                   South Carolina
 District of     Mississippi                Tennessee
  Columbia       Missouri                   Texas
 Florida         Nebraska                   Utah
 Hawaii          New Hampshire              Virginia
 Illinois        New Jersey                 Washington
 Indiana         North Carolina             West Virginia
 Iowa            North Dakota               Wisconsin
 Kansas          Oklahoma                   Wyoming

     There are no quantitative data on the characteristics of unmarried women
 who may misreport their marital status or who fail to register fetal deaths.
 Underreporting may be greater for the unmarried group than for the married
 person.

     Age of mother--The fetal-death report asks for the mother's "age (at
 time of delivery)," and the ages are edited in NCHS for upper and lower
 limits. When mothers are reported to be under 10 years of age or 50 years
 and over, the age of the mother is considered not stated and is assigned
 as follows: Age on all fetal-death records with age of mother not stated
 is allocated according to the age appearing on the record previously
 processed for a mother of identical race and having the same total-birth
 order (total of live births and fetal deaths).

 Quality of Data

     Completeness of Registration

     All States have adopted laws that require the registration of births and
 deaths, and the reporting of fetal deaths.  These laws are not uniformly
 observed.  In most areas practically all births and deaths are registered.
 For some areas, however, there is enough  underregistration to affect the
 use of the statistics for certain purposes.

     Quantitative information on completemess of death registration is not
 available.  One condition for admission to the national registration areas
 was a demonstrated registration completeness of at least 90 percent although
 the method used in testing completeness was subject to considerable error.
 It is believed that in the past death registration for the US has been more
 complete than birth registration, but the difference now may be rather small.
 There is evidence, however, that in certain isolated areas, incomplete
 registration is still a problem.  For example, a study made in a few selected
 counties of Tennessee, where the death rates for 1949 to 1951 were unusually
 low, served to locate a number of unregistered deaths.  A similar situation
 may exist in other States.

     As stated above, reporting requirements for fetal deaths vary from
 State to State, and registration is probably incomplete in all areas.

     The 1977 revision of the Model State Vital Statistics Act and Model
 State Vital Statistics Regulations (NCHS, 1978) recommended that spontaneous
 fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation, or a weight of 350 grams
 and all induced terminations of pregnancy regardless of gestational a
 reported and further that they be reported on separate forms. These
 to be considered legally required statistical reports rather than leg
 documents.

     Beginning with 1970 fetal deaths, procedures were implemented tha
 attempted to separate reports of spontaneous fetal deaths from those of
 induced terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures were implemented because
 the health implications are different for spontaneous fetal deaths and induced
 terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures are still in use.

     Comparability and completeness of data--Registration area require
 for reporting fetal deaths vary.  Most of these areas require repor
 fetal deaths of gestations of 20 weeks or more. Table A (when availa
 shows the minimum period of gestation required by each State for fetal-
 -death reporting.  There is substantial evidence that not all fetal
 for which reporting is required are reported (Erhardt, 1962)

     Underresgistration is more of a problem near the lower limit fo
 having a minimum gestation period requirement.  Failure to registe
 deaths near the lower limit results to a large degree from under
 the gestation period.  This is illustrated by the fact that for areas
 requiring  registration of all fetal deaths, the total number re
 20-23 weeks is higher than the numbers reported for 24-27 and 28-
 For most of the other areas, however, the opposite is true.

     To maximize the comparability of data by year and by State, most o
 tables in section 3 are based on fetal deaths occurring at gestations o
 20 weeks or more.  These tables also include fetal deaths of not stated
 gestation for those States requiring reporting at 20 weeks or more only.
 Beginning with 1969,fetal deaths of not stated gestation were excluded for
 States requiring reporting of all products of conception except for tho
 a stated birth weight of 500 grams or more.  In 1976 this rule was applied
 the following States:  Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, Mississi
 New York, and Virginia.  Each year there are some exceptions to this
 procedure. In 1976 there were three such exceptions: Mississippi,
 Arkansas, and Rhode Island.  Mississippi changed its reporting require-
 ments for fetal deaths from all periods of gestation to 20 weeks or more
 in 1976; however fetal deaths of not stated gestation were exclud
 they had a stated birth weight of 500 grams or more.  Arkansas re
 the reporting of fetal deaths of all periods of gestation in 1976; howe
 all fetal deaths of not stated gestation were assumed to be of 20 we
 more gestation.  Rhode Island changed its reporting requirements for fe
 deaths from 20 weeks or more gestation to all periods of gestation
 1976; however, all fetal deaths of not stated gestation were assumed to be
 of 20 weeks or more gestation.

   In States requiring the reporting of fetal deaths of all periods of
 gestation, generally at least half of the reported fetal deaths are les
 20 weeks gestation.  Only 5 percent of all fetal deaths reported for
 Arkansas in 1976 were of less than 20 weeks gestation.

     Arkansas--Since 1971, Arkansas has been using two reporting forms
 fetal deaths:  A confidential Spontaneous Abortion form that is not sent to
 the National Center for Health Statistics and a Fetal Death Certificate that
 is.During the period 1971 through 1980, it is believed that most spon
 fetal deaths of less than 20 weeks' gestation were reported on the c
 ential form and, therefore, were not reported to NCHS. During the p
 1981 through 1983, Arkansas specified that fetal deaths of less than
 gestation or weighing less than 1,000 grams could be reported on the
 confidential form; beginning with 1984 data, the State specified t
 deaths of 20 weeks' gestation or weighing 500 grams be reported on t
 Death Certificate. Because of these changes, the comparability of cou
 early fetal deaths may be affected.In particular, counts of fetal deaths
 aged 20-27 weeks during 1981-83 were not comparable between Arkansas and
 other reporting areas nor with data for 1984 and 1985.  It is beli
 reporting has improved but is still not comparable with data for 1980
 earlier years.

    In 1976, 786 fetal death certificates were received late from Color
 were not processed.  Of those, 782 were of less than 20 weeks gestation

    Only 24 percent of all fetal deaths reported for Maine in 1976 were of
 less than 20 weeks gestation.

    New York State changed their fetal death certificates in 1976.  Be
 of this change and an error in processing their new form, a numbe
 ed abortions were included in the fetal death file.

    Some liveborn infants who die shortly after birth, particularly th
 born prematurely who die before the umbilical cord is severed or while
 the placenta is still attached, may be erroneously reported as fetal
 as fetal deaths.  This type of error may be more a problem in State
 lacking a precise definition of fetal deaths.

    Georgia.- Beginning with data year 1975 fetal deaths occurring
 are reported only to the State and county level.  This affects the figu
 concerning fetal deaths.

     Period gestation--The period of gestation is the number of comple
 weeks elapsed between the first day of the last normal menstrual period
 and the date of delivery.The first day of the last normal menstrual per
 (LMP) is used as the initial date because it can be more accurately deter
 than the date of conception, which usually occurs 2 weeks after LMP. D
 period of gestation are computed from information on "date of delivery"
 "date last normal menses began." If"date last normal menses began"
 the record or the calculated gestation falls beyond a duration c
 biologically plausible, "gestation in weeks" or "Physician's estimate of
 gestation" is used. When the period of gestation is reported in m
 the report, it is allocated to gestational intervals in weeks as fol

 Massachusetts Data

     The 1964 statistics for deaths exclude approximately 6,000 events
 registered in Massachusetts, primarily to residents of that State.
 Microfilm copies of these records were not received by NCHS. Figures for the
 United States and the New England Division are also somewhat affected.

 Quality Control Procedures

     Demographic items on the death certificate--As previously indicated, for
 1976 the mortality data for these items were obtained from two sources:  (1)
 Microfilm images of the original certificates furnished by 21 States,
 the District of Columbia, and New York City; and (2) records on data tape
 furnished by the remaining 29 States. For the 21 States, the District
 of Columbia, New York City, that send only microfilm images of the original
 certificates, the demographic items on a 10 percent sample of the
 certificates were dependently verified.  For the 23 States that furnished
 records on data tape prior to 1976 the demographic items on about 200
 records per State per month were independently verified.  For the six
 States (Alabama, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nevada, Texas, and West Virginia)
 that frunished records on data tape for the first time for 1976, the
 demographic items were independently verified for a 50-percent sample for
 the first 3 months, and for about 200 records per State for each of the
 last 9 months of 1976.

     These verification procedures involve controlling two types of error
 (coding and entering into the data record tape) at the same time, and the
 error rates are a combined measure of both types.  While it may be assumed
 that the entering errors are randomly distributed across all items on the
 record, this assumption cannot be made as readily for coding errors.
 Although systematic errors in coding infrequent events may escape detection
 during sample verification, it is probable that some of these errors were
 detected during the initial period when 50 percent of the file was being
 verified, thus providing an opportunity to retrain the coders.

     Medical items on the death certificate--The Automated Classification of
 Medical Entities (ACME) , a computer system for assigning the underlying
 cause of death which was introduced in 1968, was used for assigning the
 1976 underlying causes of death.  The ACME rules for coding conditions
 are very specific, fewer in number, and far less complicated than the
 international rules for selecting the underlying cause of death.

     The coder produces condition codes which the ACME computer program
 matches against decision tables to select the underlying cause of death
 for each record according to the international rules.  These decision tables
 serve two primary purposes.  They provide a comprehensive guide for the
 relationship between conditions classifiable to different categories in
 the ICDA when applying rules of selection and modification, and they
 also provide decisions used when the underlying cause is assigned by the
 ACME system.  The tables were developed from the decisions and conclusions
 employed by NCHS in arriving at the underlying causes of death.  Relation-
 ships between medical conditions involve varying or contradictory opinions.
 Therefore further refinements of the decision tables will be required
 periodically.

     The decision table instruction manual for 1970-71 was again used for
 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1976. (ICDA Eighth revision)

     For the States that did not furnish State-coded medical data, the
 medical items were coded for 100 percent of death records. Then the
 medical items on a 10 percent sample of the records were independently
 verified.  For the seven States (Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska,
 North Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin) that furnished State-coded medical
 data, the medical items were independently verified for about 200 records per
 State.

     For cause of death coding, systematic errors in coding infrequent events
 are controlled by listing the rare and impossible codes from the computer
 and reverifying the cause of death assignment.

     Demographic items on fetal death certificates.--As stated above, fetal
 death certificates for 1976 are based on all fetal death records received.
 Moreover the coding and entering on data tape of fetal death records was
 verified completely because of their relatively small number. (Again for
 1976, as for prior years, medical items on the fetal death certificates
 were not coded.

     Other Control Procedures--After coding and entering on data tape are
 completed, record counts are balanced against control totals for each
 shipment of records from a registration area.  Editing procedures ensure
 that records with inconsistent or impossible codes are modified. Inconsistent
 codes are those, for example, where there is contradiction between cause of
 death and age or sex of the decedent.  Records so identified during the
 computer-editing process are either corrected by reference to the source
 record or adjusted by arbitrary code assignment. All subsequent
 operations in tabulating and in preparing tables are verified during the
 computer processing or by statistical clerks.

 Estimates of Errors Arising From 50-Percent Sample for 1972

     Death statistics for 1972 in this report (excluding fetal-death
 statistics) are based on a 50-percent sample of all deaths occurring in
 the 50 States and the District of Columbia.

     A description of the sample design and a table of the percent errors of
 the estimated numbers of deaths by size of estimate and total deaths in the
 area are shown in the Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of the United
 States, 1972, Volume II, Mortality, Part A.

 Computation of Rates and Other Measures

 Population Bases

     The population bases from which death rates shown in this report are
 computed are prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  Rates for 1940,
 1950, 1960, 1970, and 1980 are based on the population enumerated as of April
 1 in the census of those years.  Rates for all other years use the estimated
 midyear (July 1) population.

     Population estimates for 1976.-Estimates of the total resident population
 of the US by age, race, and sex in 1976 are published by the Bureau of the
 Census in Current Population Reports, Series P25, Number 643, and are
 shown in table 6-2.  Total estimated populations for States shown in table
 6-3 are published in Series P25, Number 646; populations by broad age
 groups were prepared by the Bureau of the Census for NCHS and do not
 appear in the P25 series.

     The population of the 50 largest SMSA's and their component counties
 were obtained from the Bureau of the Census for July 1, 1976, as shown
 in selected reports from Series P26.

     Population estimates for 1971-79--Death rates for 1971-79 used
 revised population estimates that are consistent with the 1980 census
 levels.  The 1950 census enumerated approximately 5.5 million more persons
 than had previously been estimated for April 1, 1980 (U.S. Bureau of the
 Census, 1982a).  These revised estimates for the United States by age, race,
 and sex are published by the U.S. Bureau of the Census in Current Population
 Reports, Series P-25, Number 917.  Unpublished revised estimates for States
 were obtained from the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  For Puerto Rico, the
 Virgin Islands, and Guam, revised estimates are published in Current Popula-
 tion Reports, Series P-25, Number 919.

     Population estimates for 1961-69--Death rates  for 1961-69
 are based on revised estimates of the population and thus may differ
 slightly from rates published before 1976.The rates shown in tables 1-1 and
 1-2, the life table values in table 6-5, and the population estimates in
 table 7-1 for each year in the period 1961-69 have been revised to reflect
 modified population bases, as published in the U.S. Bureau of the Census,
 Current Population Reports, Series P-25, Number 519. The data shown in table
 1-10 for 1961-69 have not been revised.

     Rates and ratios based on live births--Infant and maternal mortality
 rates, and fetal death and perinatal mortality ratios, are computed on the
 basis of the number of live births.  Fetal deaths and perinatal mortality
 rates are computed on the basis of the number of live births and fetal deaths.
 Counts of live births are published annually in Vital Statistics of the United
 States, Volume I, Natality.

     New Jersey--As previously indicated, data by race are not available for
 New Jersey for 1962 and 1963.  Therefore, for 1962 and 1963 the National
 Center for Health Statistics estimated a population by age, race, and sex
 excluding New Jersey for rates shown by race.The methodology used to estimate
 the revised population excluding New Jersey is discussed in the Technical
 Appendixes of the 1962 and 1963 reports.

 Net Census Undercount

     Just as the underenumeration of deaths and the misreporting of
 demographic characteristics on the death certificate can introduce error
 into the annual rates, so can enumeration errors in the latest decennial
 census.  This is because annual population estimates for the postcensal
 interval, which are used in the denominator for calculating death rates,
 are computed using the decennial census count as a base (U.S. Bureau of
 the Census, 1986).  Net census undercount is the result of miscounting and
 misreporting of demographic characteristics such as age.  Age-specific death
 rates are affected by both the net census undercount and the misreporting of
 age on the death certificate (NCHS, 1968b).  To the extent that the net
 undercount is substantial and that it varies among subgroups and geographic
 areas, it may have important consequences for vital statistics measures.

     Although death rates based on a population adjusted for net census
 undercount may be more accurate than rates based on an unadjusted
 population, rates in this volume are not adjusted; rather, they are computed
 using population estimates that preserve the age pattern of the net census
 undercount across the postcensal interval. Thus, it is important to consider
 the possible impact of net census undercount on death rates.

     The U.S. Bureau of the Census has conducted extensive research on
 completeness of coverage on the U.S. population (inluding underenumeration
 and misstatement of age, race, and sex) in the last four decennial
 censuses--1950, 1960, 1970, and 1980.  From this work have come estimates of
 the national population that was not counted by age, race, and sex(NCHS,1978;
 U.S. Bureau of the Census,1974,1977).These studies indicate that, although
 coverage was improved over previous censuses, there was differential coverage
 in the census among the population subgroups; that is, some age, race,
 and sex groups were more completely counted than others.

     Net census undercounts can affect (1) levels of the observed vital
 rates, (2) differences among groups, and (3) levels and group differences
 shown by summary measures such as age-adjusted death rates and life
 expectancy.

     Levels and differentials--If adjustments were made for net census
 undercount, the size of denominators of the death rates generally would
 increase and the rates, therefore, would decrease.  The adjusted rates for
 1970 can be computed by multiplying the reported rates by ratios of the
 census-level population to the population adjusted for the estimated net
 census undercount. A ratio of less than 1.0 indicates a net census under-
 count and a corresponding decrease in the death rate. A ratio greater than
 1.0 indicates a net census overcount and would result in an increase in
 the death rate.

     Coverage ratios for all ages show that, in general, females were more
 completely enumerated than males and the white population more completely
 enumerated than the all other population in the 1970 Census of Population.
 The 25-34 and 35-44 year age groups were most underenumerated for males while
 the age group 75-84 years was most underenumerated for females.  There was
 an estimated 5 percent underenumeration of white males and a 13 percent
 underenumeration of all other males in the 35-44 year age group.  An
 estimated 6 percent of white females and 15 percent of all other females were
 not enumerated in the 75-84 year age group.  Also for the less than one year
 age group, there was an 11 percent underenumeration for the all other popula-
 tion compared with only 1 percent underenumeration in the same group for the
 white population.

     If vital statistics measures were calculated with adjustments for net
 census undercounts for each population subgroup, the resulting rates would
 be differentially reduced from their original levels; that is, rates for
 those groups with the greatest estimated undercounts would show the greatest
 relative reductions due to these adjustments.  Similar effects would be
 evident in the opposite direction for groups with overcounts.As a consequence,
 the ratio of mortality between the rates for males and females, and between
 the rates for the white population and the population of other races, or the
 black population, usually would be reduced.

     Similarly, the differences between the death rates among subgroups of
 the population by cause of death would be affected by adjustments for net
 census undercounts.  For example, for the age group 25-34 years in 1970, the
 ratio of the rates for Homicide for all other males to that for white males
 is 10.6, while the ratio of the death rates corrected for net census
 undercount is 9.6.  Therefore the adjustment for net census undercount would
 reduce the ratio by 9.4 percent.  For Malignant neoplasms of respiratory
 system, also for the age gouup 25-34 in 1970, the ratio of the death rate for
 males to the death rate for females would decrease from 2.5 to 2.3 if the
 populations were corrected for net census undercount.  This reflects the
 greater undernumeration among males in this age group.

     Summary measures--The effect of net census undercount on age-adjusted
 death rates depends on the underenumeration of each age group and on the
 distribution of deaths by age.In 1970, the age-adjusted death rate for all
 causes would decrease from 7.1 to 7.0 per 1,000 population if the age-
 specific death rates were corrected for net census undercount.

     For deaths from Homicide, the age-adjusted death rate for white males
 would decrease by 2.7 percent, from 7.3 to 7.1 deaths per 100,000 population,
 while the age-adjusted death rate for Negro males would decrease by 10.4
 percent, from 72.8 to 65.2 deaths per 100,000 population.

     If death rates by age are reduced, then the corresponding life
 expectancy at birth computed from these rates would increase.  Thus the
 general effect of correcting the death rates for the net census undercount
 is to increase the estimate of life expectancy at birth.  In addition the
 differential underenumeration among race-sex groups would lead to a greater
 increase in the life expectancy for some groups than for others.  For the
 white population, which experienced less underenumeration in the 1970
 Census of Population, the effect of adjustment for net census undercount
 would, accordingly, be less than that for the Negro population.

 Symbols Used in Tables

     Data not available --------------------------------------------   ---
     Category not applicable ---------------------------------------   ...
     Quantity zero -------------------------------------------------   -
     Quantity more than zero but less than 0.05 --------------------   0.0
     Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision ----   *


Addendum 1976

 Addendums to Technical Appendix

 Addendum 1976

 1976 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
 United States, Volume II, Part A, Mortality

 1. In 1976, 29 States furnished demographic data and 7 States
    furnished both demographic and cause-of-death data on computer
    tape through the Cooperative Health Statistics System.

    The following States were added to the CHSS program beginning in
    1976:
                      State-coded
                    demographic data

                      Alabama
                      Kentucky
                      Minnesota
                      Nevada
                      Texas
                      West Virginia

 2. For 1976, the total number of deaths by place of occurrence was
    2,467 larger than the total by place of residence.

 3. Estimates of the total resident population of the United States
    by age, race, and sex in 1976 are published by the Bureau of the
    Census in Current Population Reports. Series P-25, Number 643.
    Total estimated populations for States are published in Series
    P-25, Number 646; populations by broad age groups were prepared
    by the Bureau of the Census for NCHS and do not appear in the
    P-25 Series.


Addendum 1977

 Addendum 1977

 1977 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
 United States, Volume II, Part A, Mortality

 1. In 1977, 26 States and New York City furnished demographic data
    only and 7 States furnished both demographic and cause-of-death
    data on computer tape through the Cooperative Health Statistics
    System.

    The following States were added to the CHSS program beginning
    in 1976:
                        State-coded
                      demographic data

                        Alabama
                        Kentucky
                        Minnesota
                        Nevada
                        Texas
                        West Virginia

    New York City and the following States were added to the CHSS
    program beginning in 1977:

                        State-coded
                      demographic data

                        Alaska
                        Idaho
                        Massachusetts
                        Ohio

 2. For 1977, the total number of deaths by place of occurrence was
    2,509 larger than the total by place of residence.

 3. Estimates of the total resident population of the United States
    by age, race, and sex in 1977 are published by the Bureau of the
    Census in Current Population Reports, Series P-25, Number 721.
    Total estimated populations for States are published in Series
    P-25, Number 734; populations by broad age groups were prepared
    by the Bureau of the Census for NCHS and do not appear in the
    P-25 Series.


Addendum 1978
 

Addendum 1978

 1978 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
 United States, Volume II, Part A, Mortality

 In 1978, 29 States and New York City furnished demographic data only
 and 7 States furnished both demographic and cause-of-death data on
 computer tape through the Cooperative Health Statistics System.
4Additions to CHSS Program 1976-1978

 The following States were added to the CHSS program beginning in
 1976:
                        Stated-coded
                      demographic data

                        Alabama
                        Kentucky
                        Minnesota
                        Nevada
                        Texas
                        West Virginia

 New York City and the following States were added to the CHSS program
 beginning in 1977:
                        Stated-coded
                      demographic data

                        Alaska
                        Idaho
                        Massachusetts
                        Ohio

 The following States were added to the CHSS program beginning in 1978:

                        Stated-coded
                      demographic data

                        Indiana
                        Utah
                        Washington

 2. For 1978, the total number of deaths by place of occurrence was
    2,839 larger than the total by place of residence.

 3. Estimates of the total resident population of the United States by
    age, race, and sex in 1978 are published by the Bureau of the
    Census in Current Population Reports, Series P-25, Number 870.
    Total estimated populations for States are published in P-25,
    Number 876; populations by broad age groups were prepared by the
    Bureau of the Census for NCHS and do not appear in the P-25 Series.


Geographic Codes 1968-1978

 Information Regarding 1968-1969 Geographic Codes Used

 	A listing of the geographic codes used for the 1962-1969 mortality data
	 is contained in a publication:  VITAL STATISTICS INSTRUCTION MANUAL,
	 GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE MANUAL (Codes Used in Computer Operations Effective
	 with 1962 Data), (U.S.) National Center for Health Statistics,
	 Hyattsville, MD.  These codes are not currently contained in an
	 on-line computer file; they exist only in hard copy.  A copy of this
	 geographic codes manual can be requested from the 
	CDC Information Center, ext. 3396 (FTS 236-3396).

 State Codes Used By NCHS, 1970-1978

                  NCHS - DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS

                         STATE CODE STRUCTURE

          01  Alabama                        26  Missouri

          02  Alaska                         27  Montana

          03  Arizona                        28  Nebraska

          04  Arkansas                       29  Nevada

          05  California                     30  New Hampshire

          06  Colorado                       31  New Jersey

          07  Connecticut                    32  New Mexico

          08  Delaware                       33  New York

          09  District of Columbia           34  North Carolina

          10  Florida                        35  North Dakota

          11  Georgia                        36  Ohio

          12  Hawaii                         37  Oklahoma

          13  Idaho                          38  Oregon

          14  Illinois                       39  Pennsylvania

          15  Indiana                        40  Rhode Island

          16  Iowa                           41  South Carolina

          17  Kansas                         42  South Dakota

          18  Kentucky                       43  Tennessee

          19  Louisiana                      44  Texas

          20  Maine                          45  Utah

          21  Maryland                       46  Vermont

          22  Massachusetts                  47  Virginia

          23  Michigan                       48  Washington

          24  Minnesota                      49  West Virginia

          25  Mississippi                    50  Wisconsin

                                             51  Wyoming

 1970 SMSA Areas and Codes Adapted for Use by NCHS Geographic Codes 001-030

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 001                        ABILENE, TEXAS
           44 127.           Jones County
           44 221.           Taylor County

 002                        AKRON, OHIO
           36 067.           Portage County
           36 077.           Summit County

 003                        ALBANY, GA.
           11 047.           Dougherty County

 004                        ALBANY-SCHENECTACY-TROY, N.Y.
           33 001.           Albany County
           33 039.           Rensselaer County
           33 042.           Saratoga County
           33 043.           Schenectady County

 005                        ALBUQUERQUE, N. MEX.
           32 001.           Bernalillo County

 006                        ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON, PA.-N.J.
           39 039.           Lehigh County, PA.
           39 048.           Northampton County, PA.
           31 021.           Warren County, N.J.

 007                        ALTOONA, PA.
           39 007.           Blair County

 008                        AMARILLO, TEXAS
           44 188.           Potter County
           44 191.           Randall County

 009                        ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.
           05 030.           Orange County

 010                        ANDERSON, IND.
           15 048.           Madison County

 011                        ANN ARBOR, MICH.
           23 081.           Washtenaw County

 012                        APPLETON-OSHKOSH, WIS.
           50 008.           Calumet County
           50 045.           Outagamie County
           50 071.           Winnebago County

 013                        ASHEVILLE, N.C.
           34 011.           Buncombe County

 014                        ATLANTA, GA.
           11 031.           Clayton County
           11 033.           Cobb County
           11 044.           De Kalb County
           11 060.           Fulton County
           11 067.           Gwinnett County

 015                        ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
           31 001.           Atlantic County

 016                        AUGUSTA, GA. - S.C.
           11 121.           Richmond County, GA.
           41 002.           Aiken County, S.C.

 017                        AUSTIN, TEXAS
           44 227.           Travis County

 018                        BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
           05 015.           Kern County

 019                        BALTIMORE, MD.
           21 002.           Anne Arundel County
           21 003.           Baltimore County
           21 007.           Carroll County
           21 013.           Harford County
           21 014.           Howard County
           21 004.           Baltimore City

 020                        BATON ROUGE, LA.
           19 017.           East Baton Rouge Parish

 021                        BAY CITY MICH.
           23 009.           Bay County

 022                        BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR-ORANGE, TEXAS
           44 123.           Jefferson County
           44 181.           Orange County

 023                        BILLINGS, MONT.
           27 056.           Yellowstone County

 024                        BILOXI-GULFPORT, MISS.
           25 024.           Harrison County

 025                        BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - PA.
           33 003.           Broome County, N.Y.
           33 050.           Tioga County, N.Y.
           39 058.           Susquehanna County, PA.

 026                        BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
           01 037.           Jefferson County
           01 059.           Shelby County
           01 064.           Walker County

 027                        BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL, ILL.
           14 057.           McLean County

 028                        BOISE CITY, IDAHO
           13 001.           Ada County

 029                        BOSTON-LOWELL-LAWRENCE, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 005.           Essex County
           22 009.           Middlesex County
           22 011.           Norfolk County
           22 013.           Suffolk County

 030                        BRIDGEPORT-STAMFORD-NORWALK, CONN.(MSEA)
           07 001.           Fairfield County

 Geographic Codes 031-060

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 031                        BROCKTON, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 012.           Plymouth County

 032                        BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO, TEXAS
           44 031.           Cameron County

 033                        BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
           44 021.           Brazos County

 034                        BUFFALO, N.Y.
           33 014.           Erie County
           33 030.           Niagara County

 035                        CANTON, OHIO
           36 076.           Stark County

 036                        CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
           16 057.           Linn County

 037                        CHAMPAIGN-URBANA, ILL.
           14 010.           Champaign County

 038                        CHARLESTON, S.C.
           41 008.           Berkeley County
           41 010.           Charleston County

 039                        CHARLESTON, W.VA.
           49 020.           Kanawha County

 040                        CHARLOTTE, N.C.
           34 060.           Mecklenburg County
           34 090.           Union County

 041                        CHATTANOOGA, TENN.-GA.
           43 033.           Hamilton County, Tenn.
           11 146.           Walker County, Ga.

 042                        CHICAGO, ILL.
           14 016.           Cook County
           14 022.           Du Page County
           14 045.           Kane County
           14 049.           Lake County
           14 056.           McHenry County
           14 099.           Will County

 043                        CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND.
           36 013.           Clermont County, Ohio
           36 031.           Hamilton County, Ohio
           36 083.           Warren County, Ohio
           15 015.           Dearborn County, Ind.
           18 008.           Boone County, Ky.
           18 019.           Campbell County, Ky.
           18 059.           Kenton County, Ky.

 044                        CLEVELAND, OHIO
           36 018.           Cuyahoga County
           36 028.           Geauga County
           36 043.           Lake County
           36 052.           Medina County

 045                        COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
           06 021.           El Paso County

 046                        COLUMBIA, MO.
           26 010.           Boone County

 047                        COLUMBIA, S.C.
           41 032.           Lexington County
           41 040.           Richland County

 048                        COLUMBUS, GA.-ALA.
           11 026.           Chattahoochee County, Ga.
           11 106.           Muscogee County, Ga.
           01 057.           Russell County, Ala.

 049                        COLUMBUS, OHIO
           36 021.           Delaware County
           36 025.           Franklin County
           36 065.           Pickaway County

 050                        CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
           44 178.           Nueces County
           44 205.           San Patricio County

 051                        DALLAS, TEXAS
           44 043.           Collin County
           44 057.           Dallas County
           44 061.           Denton County
           44 070.           Ellis County
           44 129.           Kaufman County
           44 199.           Rockwall County

 052                        DAVENPORT-ROCK ISLAND-MOLINE, IOWA-ILL.
           16 082.           Scott County, Iowa
           14 037.           Henry County, Ill.
           14 081.           Rock Island County, Ill.

 053                        DAYTON, OHIO
           36 029.           Greene County
           36 055.           Miami County
           36 057.           Montgomery County
           36 068.           Preble County

 054                        DECATUR, ILL.
           14 058.           Macon County

 055                        DENVER, COLO.
           06 001.           Adams County
           06 003.           Arapahoe County
           06 007.           Boulder County
           06 016.           Denver County (Coext)
           06 030.           Jefferson County

 056                        DES MOINES, IOWA
           16 077.           Polk County

 057                        DETROIT, MICH.
           23 050.           Macomb County
           23 063.           Oakland County
           23 082.           Wayne County

 058                        DUBUQUE, IOWA
           16 031.           Dubuque County

 059                        DULUTH-SUPERIOR, MINN.-WIS.
           24 069.           St. Louis County, Minn.
           50 016.           Douglas County, Wis.

 060                        DURHAM, N.C.
           34 032.           Durham County
           34 068.           Orange County

 Geographic Codes 061-090

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 061                        EL PASO, TEXAS
           44 071.           El Paso County

 062                        ERIE, PA.
           39 025.           Erie County

 063                        EUGENE, OREG.
           38 020.           Lane County

 064                        EVANSVILLE, IND.-KY.
           15 082.           Vanderburgh County, Ind.
           15 087.           Warrick County, Ind.
           18 051.           Henderson County, Ky.

 065                        FALL RIVER-NEW BEDFORD, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 003.           Bristol County

 066                        FARGO-MOORHEAD, N.DAK.-MINN.
           35 009.           Cass County, N. Dak.
           24 014.           Clay County, Minn.

 067                        FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.
           34 026.           Cumberland County

 068                        FLINT, MICH.
           23 025.           Genesee County
           23 044.           Lapeer County

 069                        FORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
           10 006.           Broward County

 070                        FORT SMITH, ARK.-OKLA.
           04 017.           Crawford County, Ark.
           04 066.           Sebastion County, Ark.
           37 040.           Le Flore County, Okla.
           37 068.           Sequoyah County, Okla.

 071                        FORT WAYNE, IND.
           15 002.           Allen County

 072                        FORT WORTH, TEXAS
           44 126.           Johnson County
           44 220.           Tarrant County

 073                        FRESNO, CALIF.
           05 010.           Fresno County

 074                        GADSDEN, ALA.
           01 028.           Etowah County

 075                        GAINESVILLE, FLA.
           10 001.           Alachua County

 076                        GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY, TEXAS
           44 084.           Galveston County

 077                        GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO, IND.
           15 045.           Lake County
           15 064.           Porter County

 078                        GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
           23 041.           Kent County
           23 070.           Ottawa County

 079                        GREAT FALLS, MONT.
           27 007.           Cascade County

 080                        GREEN BAY, WIS.
           50 005.           Brown County

 081                        GREENSBORO-WINSTON SALEM-HIGH POINT, N.C.
           34 034.           Forsyth County
           34 041.           Guilford County
           34 076.           Randolph County
           34 099.           Yadkin County

 082                        GREENVILLE, S.C.
           41 023.           Greenville County
           41 039.           Pickens County

 083                        HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
           36 009.           Butler County

 084                        HARRISBURG, PA.
           39 021.           Cumberland County
           39 022.           Dauphin County
           39 050.           Perry County

 085                        HARTFORD-NEW BRITAIN-BRISTOL, CONN.(MSEA)
           07 002.           Hartford County

 086                        HONOLULU, HAWAII
           12 002.           Honolulu County

 087                        HOUSTON, TEXAS
           44 020.           Brazoria County
           44 079.           Fort Bend County
           44 101.           Harris County
           44 146.           Liberty County
           44 170.           Montgomery County

 088                        HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND, W.VA.-KY.-OHIO
           49 006.           Cabell County, W. Va.
           49 050.           Wayne County, W. Va.
           36 044.           Lawrence County, Ohio
           18 010.           Boyd County, Ky.

 089                        HUNTSVILLE, ALA.
           01 042.           Limestone County
           01 045.           Madison County

 090                        INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
           15 006.           Boone County
           15 029.           Hamilton County
           15 030.           Hancock County
           15 032.           Hendricks County
           15 041.           Johnson County
           15 049.           Marion County
           15 055.           Morgan County
           15 073.           Shelby County

 Geographic Codes 091-120

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 091                        JACKSON, MICH.
           23 038.           Jackson County

 092                        JACKSON, MISS.
           25 025.           Hinds County
           25 061.           Rankin County

 093                        JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
           10 016.           Duval-Jacksonville Coext.

 094                        JERSEY CITY, N.J.
           31 009.           Hudson County

 095                        JOHNSTOWN, PA.
           39 011.           Cambria County
           39 056.           Somerset County

 096                        KALAMAZOO, MICH.
           23 039.           Kalamazoo County

 097                        KANSAS CITY, MO.-KANS.
           26 019.           Cass County, Mo.
           26 024.           Clay County, Mo.
           26 048.           Jackson County, Mo.
           26 083.           Platte County, Mo.
           17 046.           Johnson County, Kans.
           17 105.           Wyandotte County, Kans.

 098                        KENOSHA, WIS.
           50 030.           Kenesha County

 099                        KNOXVILLE, TENN.
           43 001.           Anderson County
           43 005.           Blount County
           43 047.           Knox County

 100                        LA CROSSE, WIS.
           50 032.           La Crosse County

 101                        LAFAYETTE, LA.
           19 028.           Lafayette Parish

 102                        LAFAYETTE-WEST LAFAYETTE, IND.
           15 079.           Tippecanoe County

 103                        LAKE CHARLES, LA.
           19 010.           Calcasieu Parish

 104                        LANCASTER, PA.
           39 036.           Lancaster County

 105                        LANSING, MICH.
           23 019.           Clinton County
           23 023.           Eaton County
           23 033.           Ingham County

 106                        LAREDO, TEXAS
           44 240.           Webb County

 107                        LAS VEGAS, NEV.
           29 002.           Clark County

 108                        LAWTON, OKLA.
           37 016.           Comanche County

 109                        LEXINGTON, KY.
           18 034.           Fayette County

 110                        LIMA, OHIO
           36 002.           Allen County
           36 069.           Putnam County
           36 081.           Van Wert County

 111                        LINCOLN, NEBR.
           28 055.           Lancaster County

 112                        LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
           04 060.           Pulaski County
           04 063.           Saline County

 113                        LORAIN-ELYRIA, OHIO
           36 047.           Lorain County

 114                        LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH, CALIF.
           05 019.           Los Angeles County

 115                        LOUISVILLE, KY.-IND.
           18 056.           Jefferson County, Ky.
           15 010.           Clark County, Ind.
           15 022.           Floyd County, Ind.

 116                        LUBBOCK, TEXAS
           44 152.           Lubbock County

 117                        LYNCHBURG, VA.
           47 015.           Amherst County
           47 048.           Campbell County
           47 360.           Lynchburg City

 118                        MACON, GA.
           11 011.           Bibb County
           11 076.           Houston County

 119                        MADISON, WIS.
           50 013.           Dane County

 120                        MANCHESTER, N.H.(MSEA)
           30 006.           Hillsborough County

 Geographic Codes 121-150

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 121                        MANSFIELD, OHIO
           36 070.           Richland County

 122                        MC ALLEN-PHARR-EDINBURG, TEXAS
           44 108.           Hidalgo County

 123                        MEMPHIS, TENN.-ARK.
           43 079.           Shelby County, Tenn.
           04 018.           Crittenden County, Ark.

 124                        MIAMI, FLA.
           10 013.           Dade County

 125                        MIDLAND, TEXAS
           44 165.           Midland County

 126                        MILWAUKEE, WIS.
           50 041.           Milwaukee County
           50 046.           Ozaukee County
           50 067.           Washington County
           50 068.           Waukesha County

 127                        MINNEAPOLIS-ST.PAUL, MINN.
           24 002.           Anoka County
           24 019.           Dakota County
           24 027.           Hennepin County
           24 062.           Ramsey County
           24 082.           Washington County

 128                        MOBILE, ALA.
           01 002.           Baldwin County
           01 049.           Mobile County

 129                        MODESTO, CALIF.
           05 050.           Stanislaus County

 130                        MONROE, LA.
           19 037.           Quachita Parish

 131                        MONTGOMERY, ALA.
           01 026.           Elmore County
           01 051.           Montgomery County

 132                        MUNCIE, IND.
           15 018.           Delaware County

 133                        MUSKEGON-MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICH.
           23 061.           Muskegon County

 134                        NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON, TENN.
           43 019.           Davidson-Nashville, Coext.
           43 083.           Sumner County
           43 095.           Wilson County

 135                        NEW HAVEN-WATERBURY, CONN.(MSEA)
           07 005.           New Haven County

 136                        NEW ORLEANS, LA.
           19 026.           Jefferson Parish
           19 036.           Orleans-New Orleans Coext.
           19 044.           St. Bernard Parish
           19 052.           St. Tammany Parish

 137                        NEW YORK, N.Y.
           33 029.           New York City
           33 028.           Nassau County
           33 040.           Rockland County
           33 048.           Suffolk County
           33 056.           Westchester County

 138                        NEWARK, N.J.
           31 007.           Essex County
           31 014.           Morris County
           31 020.           Union County

 139                        NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA.
           47 294.           York County
           47 348.           Hampton City
           47 366.           Newport News City

 140                        NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH, VA.
           47 315.           Chesapeake City
           47 369.           Norfolk City
           47 378.           Portsmouth City
           47 402.           Virginia Beach City

 141                        ODESSA, TEXAS
           44 068.           Ector County

 142                        OGDEN, UTAH
           45 029.           Weber County

 143                        OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
           37 009.           Canadian County
           37 014.           Cleveland County
           37 055.           Oklahoma County

 144                        OMAHA, NEBR.-IOWA
           28 028.           Douglas County, Nebr.
           28 077.           Sarpy County, Nebr.
           16 078.           Pottawattamie County, Iowa

 145                        ORLANDO, FLA.
           10 048.           Orange County
           10 059.           Seminole County

 146                        OWENSBORO, KY.
           18 030.           Daviess County

 147                        OXNARD-VENTURA, CALIF.
           05 056.           Ventura County

 148                        PATTERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC, N.J.
           31 002.           Bergen County
           31 016.           Passaic County

 149                        PENSACOLA, FLA.
           10 017.           Escambia County
           10 057.           Santa Rosa County

 150                        PEORIA, ILL.
           14 072.           Peoria County
           14 090.           Tazewell County
           14 102.           Woodford County

 Geographic Codes 151-180

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 151                        PETERSBURG-COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA.
           47 081.           Dinwiddie County
           47 222.           Prince George County
           47 321.           Colonial Heights City
           47 354.           Hopewell City
           47 375.           Petersburg City

 152                        PHILADELPHIA, PA.-N.J.
           39 009.           Bucks County, Pa.
           39 015.           Chester County, Pa.
           39 023.           Delaware County, Pa.
           39 046.           Montgomery County, Pa.
           39 051.           Philadelphia County, Pa.
           31 003.           Burlington County, N.J.
           31 004.           Camden County, N.J.
           31 008.           Gloucester County, N.J.

 153                        PHOENIX, ARIZ.
           03 007.           Maricopa County

 154                        PINE BLUFF, ARK.
           04 035.           Jefferson County

 155                        PITTSBURGH, PA.
           39 002.           Allegheny County
           39 004.           Beaver County
           39 063.           Washington County
           39 065.           Westmoreland County

 156                        PITTSFIELD, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 002.           Berkshire County

 157                        PORTLAND, MAINE
           20 003.           Cumberland County

 158                        PORTLAND, OREG.-WASH.
           38 003.           Clackamas County, Oreg.
           38 026.           Multnomah County, Oreg.
           38 034.           Washington County, Oreg.
           48 006.           Clark County, Wash.

 159                        PROVIDENCE, R.I.
           40 001.           Bristol County
           40 002.           Kent County
           40 004.           Providence County

 160                        PROVO-OREM, UTAH
           45 025.           Utah County

 161                        PUEBLO, COLO.
           06 051.           Pueblo County

 162                        RACINE, WIS.
           50 052.           Racine County

 163                        RALEIGH, N.C.
           34 092.           Wake County

 164                        READING, PA.
           Berks County

 165                        RENO, NEV.
           29 016.           Washoe County

 166                        RICHMOND, VA.
           47 063.           Chesterfield County
           47 126.           Hanover County
           47 129.           Henrico County
           47 384.           Richmond City

 167                        ROANOKE, VA.
           47 240.           Roanoke County
           47 387.           Roanoke City
           47 390.           Salem City

 168                        ROCHESTER, MINN.
           24 055.           Olmsted County

 169                        ROCHESTER, N.Y.
           33 024.           Livingston County
           33 026.           Monroe County
           33 035.           Orleans County
           33 055.           Wayne County

 170                        ROCKFORD, ILL.
           14 004.           Boone County
           14 101.           Winnebago County

 171                        SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
           05 031.           Placer County
           05 034.           Sacramento County
           05 057.           Yolo County

 172                        SAGINAW, MICH.
           23 073.           Saginaw County

 173                        ST. JOSEPH, MO.
           26 011.           Buchanan County

 174                        ST. LOUIS, MO.-ILL.
           26 036.           Franklin County. Mo.
           26 050.           Jefferson County, Mo.
           26 092.           St. Charles County, Mo.
           26 095.           St. Louis County, Mo.
           26 096.           St. Louis City, Mo.
           14 060.           Madison County, Ill.
           14 082.           St. Clair County, Ill.

 175                        SALEM, OREG.
           38 024.           Marion County
           38 027.           Polk County

 176                        SALINAS-MONTEREY, CALIF.
           05 027.           Monterey County

 177                        SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
           45 006.           Davis County
           45 018.           Salt Lake County

 178                        SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
           44 226.           Tom Green County

 179                        SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
           44 015.           Bexar County
           44 094.           Guadalupe County

 180                        SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ORTARIO, CALIF.
           05 033.           Riverside County
           05 036.           San Bernardino County

 Geographic Codes 181-210

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 181                        SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
           05 037.           San Diego County

 182                        SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, CALIF.
           05 001.           Alameda County
           05 007.           Contra Costa County
           05 021.           Marin County
           05 038.           San Francisco Coext.
           05 041.           San Mateo County

 183                        SAN JOSE, CALIF.
           05 043.           Santa Clara County

 184                        SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
           05 042.           Santa Barbara County

 185                        SANTA ROSA, CALIF.
           05 049.           Sonoma County

 186                        SAVANNAH, GA.
           11 025.           Chatham County

 187                        SCRANTON, PA.
           39 035.           Lackawanna County

 188                        SEATTLE-EVERETT, WASH.
           48 017.           King County
           48 031.           Snohomish County

 189                        SHERMAN-DENISON, TEXAS
           44 091.           Grayson County

 190                        SHREVEPORT, LA.
           19 008.           Bossier Parish
           19 009.           Caddo Parish

 191                        SIOUX CITY, IOWA-NEBR.
           16 097.           Woodbury County, Iowa
           28 022.           Dakota County, Nebr.

 192                        SIOUX FALLS, S DAK.
           42 049.           Minnehaha County

 193                        SOUTH BEND, IND.
           15 050.           Marshall County
           15 071.           St. Joseph County

 194                        SPOKANE, WASH.
           48 032.           Spokane County

 195                        SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
           14 084.           Sangamon County

 196                        SPRINGFIELD, MO.
           26 039.           Greene County

 197                        SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
           36 012.           Clark County

 198                        SPRINGFIELD-HOLYOKE, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 007.           Hampden County
           22 008.           Hampshire County

 199                        STEUBENVILLE-WEIRTON, OHIO-W.VA.
           36 041.           Jefferson County, Ohio
           49 005.           Brooke County, W.Va.
           49 015.           Hancock County, W.Va.

 200                        STOCKTON, CALIF.
           05 039.           San Joaquin County

 201                        SYRACUSE, N.Y.
           33 025.           Madison County
           33 032.           Onondaga County
           33 036.           Oswego County

 202                        TACOMA, WASH.
           48 027.           Pierce County

 203                        TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
           10 037.           Leon County

 204                        TAMPA-ST.PETERSBURG, FLA.
           10 029.           Hillsborough County
           10 052.           Pinellas County

 205                        TERRE HAUTE, IND.
           15 011.           Clay County
           15 077.           Sullivan County
           15 083.           Vermillion County
           15 084.           Vigo County

 206                        TEXARKANA, TEXAS-ARK.
           44 019.           Bowie County, Texas
           04 046.           Miller County, Ark.

 207                        TOLEDO, OHIO-MICH.
           36 048.           Lucas County, Ohio
           36 087.           Wood County, Ohio
           23 058.           Monroe County, Mich.

 208                        TOPEKA, KANS.
           17 089.           Shawnee County

 209                        TRENTON, N.J.
           31 011.           Mercer County

 210                        TUCSON, ARIZ.
           03 010.           Pima County

 Geographic Codes 211-229

                       1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

       STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS ADAPTED FOR NCHS
                     (Effective with 1970 data)

 SMSA      STATE AND
 CODE     COUNTY CODE      SMSA NAME AND COUNTY COMPONENTS

 211                        TULSA, OKLA.
           37 019.           Creek County
           37 057.           Osage County
           37 072.           Tulsa County

 212                        TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
           01 063.           Tuscaloosa County

 213                        TYLER, TEXAS
           44 212.           Smith County

 214                        UTICA-ROME, N.Y.
           33 021.           Herkimer County
           33 031.           Oneida County

 215                        VALLEJO-NAPA, CALIF.
           05 028.           Napa County
           05 048.           Solano County

 216                        VINELAND-MILLVILLE-BRIDGETON, N.J.
           31 006.           Cumberland County

 217                        WACO, TEXAS
           44 155.           McLennan County

 218                        WASHINGTON, D.C.-MD.-VA.
           09 001.           Washington, D.C.
           21 016.           Montgomery County, Md.
           21 017.           Prince George County, Md.
           47 021.           Arlington County, Va.
           47 087.           Fairfax County, Va.
           47 159.           Loudon County, Va.
           47 225.           Prince William County, Va.
           47 300.           Alexandria City, Va.
           47 333.           Fairfax City, Va.
           47 336.           Falls Church City, Va.

 219                        WATERLOO, IOWA
           16 007.           Black Hawk County

 220                        WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
           10 050.           Palm Beach County

 221                        WHEELING, W.VA.-OHIO
           49 026.           Marshall County, W.Va.
           49 035.           Ohio County, W.Va.
           36 007.           Belmont County, Ohio

 222                        WICHITA, KANSAS
           17 008.           Butler County
           17 087.           Sedgwick County

 223                        WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
           44 005.           Archer County
           44 243.           Wichita County

 224                        WILKES-BARRE-HAZLETON, PA.
           39 040.           Luzerne County

 225                        WILMINGTON, DEL.-N.J.-MD.
           08 002.           New Castle County, Del.
           31 017.           Salem County, N.J.
           21 008.           Cecil County, Md.

 226                        WILMINGTON, N.C.
           34 010.           Brunswick County
           34 065.           New Hanover County

 227                        WORCESTER, MASS.(MSEA)
           22 014.           Worcester County

 228                        YORK, PA.
           39 001.           Adams County
           39 067.           York County

 229                        YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN, OHIO
           36 050.           Mahoning County
           36 078.           Trumbull County

 Standard Consolidated Areas 1970

                  COMPONENT PARTS FOR
          STANDARD CONSOLIDATED AREAS, 1970

 I. NEW YORK, N.Y. -- NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY

     SMSA
     CODE                  COMPONENT NAME

     094.          Jersey City, N.J. (SMSA)
     137.          New York, N.Y. (SMSA)
     138.          Newark, N.J. (SMSA)
     148.          Patterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J. (SMSA)
     VVV (NUM.)    Middlesex County, N.J. (Nonmet County)
     VVV (NUM.)    Somerset County, N.J. (Nonmet County)

 II. CHICAGO, ILL. -- NORTHWESTERN INDIANA

     SMSA
     CODE                COMPNENT NAME

     042.      Chicago, Ill., (SMSA)
     077.      Gary-Hammond-East Chicago, Ind., (SMSA)


 Geographic Code Manual, 1970-1978

 Introduction

    This manual itemizes the geographic codes contained in computer
 tapes beginning with data year 1970.  These codes do not conform with
 codes that were entered in the initial data records.  They are recodes
 of the original coded entries and are designed to facilitate computer
 processing.

 1. State Codes
    The States and the District of Columbia are numbered in alphabetical
    sequence from 01 through 51.

 2. County Codes
    Counties and county equivalents are numbered in alphabetical sequence
    within State.

 *NOTE: On January 1, 1973, Nansemond County, Virginia became the
 independent city of Nansemond, and on January 1, 1974 this city merged
 with Suffolk City.  Effective with 1975 Vital Statistics data, events
 for Nansemond were coded to Suffolk City and the county code for
 Nansemond was discontinued.

 3. City Codes
    Cities with populations of 10,000 or more according to the final 1970
    census are numbered in alphabetical sequence within State.

 4. Population Size Codes
    Areas are classified for population size as follows:

 Places of 1,000,000 or more......................0
 Places of   500,000 to 1,000,000.................1
 Places of   250,000 to   500,000.................2
 Places of   100,000 to   250,000.................3
 Places of    50,000 to   100,000.................4
 Places of    25,000 to    50,000.................5
 Places of    10,000 to    25,000.................6
 All other areas in U.S...........................9

 Nonresident aliens...............................Z

 NCHS County Listings for State 01

 LISTING OF ALL NCHS - 1970 GEOGRAPHIC CODES

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 AUTAUGA                   01 001 072 6 000 2 PRATTVILLE
 AUTAUGA                   01 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BALDWIN                   01 002 999 9 128 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARBOUR                   01 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BIBB                      01 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLOUNT                    01 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BULLOCK                   01 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    01 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   01 008 009 5 000 2 ANNISTON
 CALHOUN                   01 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHAMBERS                  01 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  01 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHILTON                   01 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHOCTAW                   01 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARKE                    01 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      01 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEBURNE                  01 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COFFEE                    01 016 033 6 000 2 ENTERPRISE
 COFFEE                    01 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLBERT                   01 017 081 6 000 2 SHEFFIELD
 COLBERT                   01 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CONECUH                   01 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COOSA                     01 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COVINGTON                 01 020 006 6 000 2 ANDALUSIA
 COVINGTON                 01 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRENSHAW                  01 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CULLMAN                   01 022 024 6 000 2 CULLMAN
 CULLMAN                   01 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DALE                      01 023 066 6 000 2 OZARK
 DALE                      01 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DALLAS                    01 024 078 5 000 2 SELMA
 DALLAS                    01 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE KALB                   01 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELMORE                    01 026 999 9 131 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ESCAMBIA                  01 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ETOWAH                    01 028 042 4 074 1 GADSDEN
 ETOWAH                    01 028 999 9 074 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   01 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  01 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GENEVA                    01 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    01 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HALE                      01 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     01 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOUSTON                   01 035 030 5 000 2 DOTHAN
 HOUSTON                   01 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   01 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 018 5 026 1 BESSEMER
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 021 2 026 1 BIRMINGHAM
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 036 6 026 1 FAIRFIELD
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 045 6 026 1 HOMEWOOD
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 060 6 026 1 MOUNTAIN BROOK
 JEFFERSON                 01 037 999 9 026 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAMAR                     01 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAUDERDALE                01 039 039 5 000 2 FLORENCE
 LAUDERDALE                01 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  01 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       01 041 015 6 000 2 AUBURN
 LEE                       01 041 063 6 000 2 OPELIKA
 LEE                       01 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LIMESTONE                 01 042 012 6 089 1 ATHENS
 LIMESTONE                 01 042 999 9 089 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOWNDES                   01 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACON                     01 044 096 6 000 2 TUSKEGEE
 MACON                     01 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MADISON                   01 045 048 3 089 1 HUNTSVILLE
 MADISON                   01 045 999 9 089 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARENGO                   01 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    01 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  01 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MOBILE                    01 049 054 3 128 1 MOBILE
 MOBILE                    01 049 075 5 128 1 PRICHARD
 MOBILE                    01 049 999 9 128 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    01 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                01 051 057 3 131 1 MONTGOMERY
 MONTGOMERY                01 051 999 9 131 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORGAN                    01 052 027 5 000 2 DECATUR
 MORGAN                    01 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERRY                     01 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PICKENS                   01 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      01 055 090 6 000 2 TROY
 PIKE                      01 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  01 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSSELL                   01 057 069 5 048 1 PHENIX CITY
 RUSSELL                   01 057 999 9 048 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST CLAIR                  01 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    01 059 999 9 026 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMTER                    01 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TALLADEGA                 01 061 084 6 000 2 SYLACAUGA
 TALLADEGA                 01 061 087 6 000 2 TALLADEGA
 TALLADEGA                 01 061 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TALLAPOOSA                01 062 003 6 000 2 ALEXANDER CITY
 TALLAPOOSA                01 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TUSCALOOSA                01 063 093 4 212 1 TUSCALOOSA
 TUSCALOOSA                01 063 999 9 212 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WALKER                    01 064 051 6 026 1 JASPER
 WALKER                    01 064 999 9 026 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                01 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILCOX                    01 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINSTON                   01 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 02

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 DIST. 1, PRINCE OF WALES  02 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 2, KETCHIKAN        02 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 3, WRANGELL         02 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 4, SITKA            02 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 5, JUNEAU           02 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 6, LYNN CANAL-ICY   02 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 7, CODOVA           02 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 8, VALDEZ-CHITTINA  02 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 9, PALMER-WASILLA   02 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 10, ANCHORAGE       02 010 001 5 000 2 ANCHORAGE
 DIST. 10, ANCHORAGE       02 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF DISTRICT
 DIST. 11, SEWARD          02 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 12, KENAI-COOK      02 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 13, KODIAK          02 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 14, ALEUTIAN        02 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 15, BRISTOL BAY     02 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 16, BETHEL          02 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 17, KUSKOKWIM       02 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 18, YUKON-KOYUKUK   02 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 19, FAIRBANKS       02 019 002 6 000 2 FAIRBANKS
 DIST. 19, FAIRBANKS       02 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF DISTRICT
 DIST. 20, UPPER YUKON     02 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 21, BARROW          02 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 22, KOBUK           02 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 23, NOME            02 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT
 DIST. 24, WADE HAMPTON    02 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE DISTRICT

 NCHS County Listings for State 03

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 APACHE                    03 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COCHISE                   03 002 009 6 000 2 DOUGLAS
 COCHISE                   03 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COCONINO                  03 003 012 5 000 2 FLAGSTAFF
 COCONINO                  03 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GILA                      03 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAHAM                    03 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENLEE                  03 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARICOPA                  03 007 006 6 153 1 CHANDLER
 MARICOPA                  03 007 015 5 153 1 GLENDALE
 MARICOPA                  03 007 018 4 153 1 MESA
 MARICOPA                  03 007 021 1 153 1 PHOENIX
 MARICOPA                  03 007 027 4 153 1 SCOTTSDALE
 MARICOPA                  03 007 030 4 153 1 TEMPE
 MARICOPA                  03 007 999 9 153 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOHAVE                    03 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NAVAJO                    03 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIMA                      03 010 033 2 210 1 TUCSON
 PIMA                      03 010 999 9 210 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PINAL                     03 011 003 6 000 2 CASA GRANDE
 PINAL                     03 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANTA CRUZ                03 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YAVAPAI                   03 013 024 6 000 2 PRESCOTT
 YAVAPAI                   03 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YUMA                      03 014 036 5 000 2 YUMA
 YUMA                      03 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 04

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ARKANSAS                  04 001 063 6 000 2 STUTTGART
 ARKANSAS                  04 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ASHLEY                    04 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAXTER                    04 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    04 004 054 6 000 2 ROGERS
 BENTON                    04 004 060 6 000 2 SPRINGDALE PT
 BENTON                    04 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOONE                     04 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRADLEY                   04 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   04 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   04 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHICOT                    04 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     04 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      04 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEBURNE                  04 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEVELAND                 04 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  04 014 042 6 000 2 MAGNOLIA
 COLUMBIA                  04 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CONWAY                    04 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAIGHEAD                 04 016 036 5 000 2 JONESBORO
 CRAIGHEAD                 04 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  04 017 999 9 070 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRITTENDEN                04 018 072 5 123 1 WEST MEMPHIS
 CRITTENDEN                04 018 999 9 123 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CROSS                     04 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DALLAS                    04 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DESHA                     04 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DREW                      04 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAULKNER                  04 023 012 6 000 2 CONWAY
 FAULKNER                  04 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  04 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FULTON                    04 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARLAND                   04 026 030 5 000 2 HOT SPRINGS
 GARLAND                   04 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRANT                     04 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    04 028 048 6 000 2 PARAGOULD
 GREENE                    04 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HEMPSTEAD                 04 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOT SPRING                04 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWARD                    04 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 INDEPENDENCE              04 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IZARD                     04 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   04 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 04 035 051 4 154 1 PINE BLUFF
 JEFFERSON                 04 035 999 9 154 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   04 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAFAYETTE                 04 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  04 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       04 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   04 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LITTLE RIVER              04 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     04 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LONOKE                    04 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   04 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    04 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLER                    04 046 066 6 206 1 TEXARKANA
 MILLER                    04 046 999 9 206 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MISSISSIPPI               04 047 006 6 000 2 BLYTHEVILLE
 MISSISSIPPI               04 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    04 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                04 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEVADA                    04 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEWTON                    04 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OUACHITA                  04 052 009 6 000 2 CAMDEN
 OUACHITA                  04 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERRY                     04 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHILLIPS                  04 054 027 6 000 2 HELENA
 PHILLIPS                  04 054 069 6 000 2 WEST HELENA
 PHILLIPS                  04 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PIKE                      04 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POINSETT                  04 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      04 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POPE                      04 058 057 6 000 2 RUSSELLVILLE
 POPE                      04 058 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRAIRIE                   04 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   04 060 033 6 112 1 JACKSONVILLE
 PULASKI                   04 060 039 3 112 1 LITTLE ROCK
 PULASKI                   04 060 045 4 112 1 NORTH LITTLE ROCK
 PULASKI                   04 060 999 9 112 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  04 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST FRANCIS                04 062 021 6 000 2 FORREST CITY
 ST FRANCIS                04 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SALINE                    04 063 003 6 112 1 BENTON
 SALINE                    04 063 999 9 112 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     04 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEARCY                    04 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEBASTIAN                 04 066 024 4 070 1 FORT SMITH
 SEBASTIAN                 04 066 999 9 070 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SEVIER                    04 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHARP                     04 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STONE                     04 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     04 070 015 5 000 2 EL DORADO
 UNION                     04 070 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VAN BUREN                 04 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                04 072 018 5 000 2 FAYETTEVILLE
 WASHINGTON                04 072 060 6 000 2 SPRINGDALE PT
 WASHINGTON                04 072 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHITE                     04 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODRUFF                  04 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YELL                      04 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 05

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALAMEDA                   05 001 003 4 182 1 ALAMEDA
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 006 6 182 1 ALBANY
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 054 3 182 1 BERKELEY
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 189 3 182 1 FREMONT
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 219 4 182 1 HAYWARD
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 273 5 182 1 LIVERMORE
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 360 5 182 1 NEWARK
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 375 2 182 1 OAKLAND
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 417 6 182 1 PIEDMONT
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 432 6 182 1 PLEASANTON
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 513 4 182 1 SAN LEANDRO
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 618 6 182 1 UNION CITY
 ALAMEDA                   05 001 999 9 182 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALPINE                    05 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AMADOR                    05 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTTE                     05 004 093 6 000 2 CHICO
 BUTTE                     05 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALAVERAS                 05 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLUSA                    05 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 015 5 182 1 ANTIOCH
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 117 4 182 1 CONCORD
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 165 5 182 1 EL CERRITO
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 243 6 182 1 LAFAYETTE
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 312 6 182 1 MARTINEZ
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 420 6 182 1 PINOLE
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 423 6 182 1 PITTSBURG
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 429 6 182 1 PLEASANT HILL
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 459 4 182 1 RICHMOND
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 525 6 182 1 SAN PABLO
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 642 5 182 1 WALNUT CREEK
 CONTRA COSTA              05 007 999 9 182 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DEL NORTE                 05 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EL DORADO                 05 009 579 6 000 2 SOUTH LAKE TAHOE
 EL DORADO                 05 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRESNO                    05 010 105 6 073 1 CLOVIS
 FRESNO                    05 010 192 3 073 1 FRESNO
 FRESNO                    05 010 507 6 073 1 SANGER
 FRESNO                    05 010 999 9 073 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GLENN                     05 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUMBOLDT                  05 012 177 6 000 2 EUREKA
 HUMBOLDT                  05 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 IMPERIAL                  05 013 060 6 000 2 BRAWLEY
 IMPERIAL                  05 013 075 6 000 2 CALEXICO
 IMPERIAL                  05 013 162 6 000 2 EL CENTRO
 IMPERIAL                  05 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 INYO                      05 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KERN                      05 015 030 4 018 1 BAKERSFIELD
 KERN                      05 015 150 6 018 1 DELANO
 KERN                      05 015 999 9 018 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KINGS                     05 016 213 6 000 2 HANFORD
 KINGS                     05 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAKE                      05 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LASSEN                    05 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 009 4 114 1 ALHAMBRA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 018 5 114 1 ARCADIA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 021 6 114 1 ARTESIA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 027 5 114 1 AZUSA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 033 5 114 1 BALDWIN PARK
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 042 6 114 1 BELL
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 045 4 114 1 BELLFLOWER
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 048 5 114 1 BELL GARDENS
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 057 5 114 1 BEVERLY HILLS
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 069 4 114 1 BURBANK
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 087 4 114 1 CARSON
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 090 6 114 1 CERRITOS
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 102 6 114 1 CLAREMONT
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 111 6 114 1 COMMERCE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 114 4 114 1 COMPTON
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 129 5 114 1 COVINA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 132 6 114 1 CUDAHY
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 135 5 114 1 CULVER CITY
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 153 4 114 1 DOWNEY
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 156 6 114 1 DUARTE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 168 4 114 1 EL MONTE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 171 6 114 1 EL SEGUNDO
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 198 5 114 1 GARDENA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 207 3 114 1 GLENDALE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 210 5 114 1 GLENDORA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 216 4 114 1 HAWTHORNE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 225 6 114 1 HERMOSA BEACH
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 231 5 114 1 HUNTINGTON PARK
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 240 4 114 1 INGLEWOOD
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 252 4 114 1 LAKEWOOD
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 258 5 114 1 LA MIRADA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 261 5 114 1 LA PUENTE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 267 6 114 1 LA VERNE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 270 6 114 1 LAWNDALE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 279 6 114 1 LOMITA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 285 2 114 1 LONG BEACH
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 294 0 114 1 LOS ANGELES
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 300 5 114 1 LYNWOOD
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 306 5 114 1 MANHATTAN BEACH
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 315 6 114 1 MAYWOOD
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 336 5 114 1 MONROVIA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 342 5 114 1 MONTEBELLO
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 348 5 114 1 MONTEREY PARK
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 369 4 114 1 NORWALK
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 402 6 114 1 PALOS VERDES ESTATES
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 405 5 114 1 PARAMOUNT
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 408 3 114 1 PASADENA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 414 4 114 1 PICO RIVERA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 435 4 114 1 POMONA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 450 4 114 1 REDONDO BEACH
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 465 5 114 1 ROSEMEAD
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 495 6 114 1 SAN DIMAS
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 498 6 114 1 SAN FERNANDO
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 504 5 114 1 SAN GABRIEL
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 519 6 114 1 SAN MARINO
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 543 6 114 1 SANTA FE SPRINGS
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 549 4 114 1 SANTA MONICA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 567 6 114 1 SIERRA MADRE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 573 6 114 1 SOUTH EL MONTE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 576 4 114 1 SOUTH GATE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 582 6 114 1 SOUTH PASADENA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 597 5 114 1 TEMPLE CITY
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 603 3 114 1 TORRANCE
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 648 4 114 1 WEST COVINA
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 654 4 114 1 WHITTIER
 LOS ANGELES               05 019 999 9 114 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MADERA                    05 020 303 6 000 2 MADERA
 MADERA                    05 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARIN                     05 021 264 6 182 1 LARKSPUR
 MARIN                     05 021 327 6 182 1 MILL VALLEY
 MARIN                     05 021 372 5 182 1 NOVATO
 MARIN                     05 021 477 6 182 1 SAN ANSELMO
 MARIN                     05 021 528 5 182 1 SAN RAFAEL
 MARIN                     05 021 999 9 182 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARIPOSA                  05 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MENDOCINO                 05 023 616 6 000 2 UKIAH
 MENDOCINO                 05 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MERCED                    05 024 024 6 000 2 ATWATER
 MERCED                    05 024 321 6 000 2 MERCED
 MERCED                    05 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MODOC                     05 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONO                      05 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTEREY                  05 027 345 5 176 1 MONTEREY
 MONTEREY                  05 027 393 6 176 1 PACIFIC GROVE
 MONTEREY                  05 027 474 4 176 1 SALINAS
 MONTEREY                  05 027 564 5 176 1 SEASIDE
 MONTEREY                  05 027 999 9 176 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NAPA                      05 028 354 5 215 1 NAPA
 NAPA                      05 028 999 9 215 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEVADA                    05 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE                    05 030 012 3 009 1 ANAHEIM
 ORANGE                    05 030 063 6 009 1 BREA
 ORANGE                    05 030 066 4 009 1 BUENA PARK
 ORANGE                    05 030 126 4 009 1 COSTA MESA
 ORANGE                    05 030 141 5 009 1 CYPRESS
 ORANGE                    05 030 186 5 009 1 FOUNTAIN VALLEY
 ORANGE                    05 030 195 4 009 1 FULLERTON
 ORANGE                    05 030 201 3 009 1 GARDEN GROVE
 ORANGE                    05 030 228 3 009 1 HUNTINGTON BEACH
 ORANGE                    05 030 246 6 009 1 LAGUNA BEACH
 ORANGE                    05 030 249 5 009 1 LA HABRA
 ORANGE                    05 030 288 6 009 1 LOS ALAMITOS
 ORANGE                    05 030 363 5 009 1 NEWPORT BEACH
 ORANGE                    05 030 384 4 009 1 ORANGE
 ORANGE                    05 030 426 6 009 1 PLACENTIA
 ORANGE                    05 030 489 6 009 1 SAN CLEMENTE
 ORANGE                    05 030 531 3 009 1 SANTA ANA
 ORANGE                    05 030 561 6 009 1 SEAL BEACH
 ORANGE                    05 030 588 6 009 1 STANTON
 ORANGE                    05 030 615 6 009 1 TUSTIN
 ORANGE                    05 030 651 4 009 1 WESTMINSTER
 ORANGE                    05 030 660 6 009 1 YORBA LINDA
 ORANGE                    05 030 999 9 009 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PLACER                    05 031 468 6 171 1 ROSEVILLE
 PLACER                    05 031 999 9 171 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PLUMAS                    05 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 036 6 180 1 BANNING
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 120 5 180 1 CORONA
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 222 6 180 1 HEMET
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 237 6 180 1 INDIO
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 366 6 180 1 NORCO
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 396 6 180 1 PALM SPRINGS
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 462 3 180 1 RIVERSIDE
 RIVERSIDE                 05 033 999 9 180 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SACRAMENTO                05 034 471 2 171 1 SACRAMENTO
 SACRAMENTO                05 034 999 9 171 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN BENITO                05 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 039 6 180 1 BARSTOW
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 096 6 180 1 CHINO
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 108 6 180 1 COLTON
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 183 6 180 1 FONTANA
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 339 6 180 1 MONTCLAIR
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 381 4 180 1 ONTARIO
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 447 5 180 1 REDLANDS
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 456 5 180 1 RIALTO
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 480 3 180 1 SAN BERNARDINO
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 621 5 180 1 UPLAND
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 633 6 180 1 VICTORVILLE
 SAN BERNARDINO            05 036 999 9 180 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 084 6 181 1 CARLSBAD
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 099 4 181 1 CHULA VISTA
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 123 6 181 1 CORONADO
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 159 4 181 1 EL CAJON
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 174 5 181 1 ESCONDIDO
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 234 6 181 1 IMPERIAL BEACH
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 255 5 181 1 LA MESA
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 357 5 181 1 NATIONAL CITY
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 378 5 181 1 OCEANSIDE
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 492 1 181 1 SAN DIEGO
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 639 6 181 1 VISTA
 SAN DIEGO                 05 037 999 9 181 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN FRANCISCO COEXT       05 038 501 1 182 1 SAN FRANCISCO COEXT
 SAN JOAQUIN               05 039 276 5 200 1 LODI
 SAN JOAQUIN               05 039 309 6 200 1 MANTECA
 SAN JOAQUIN               05 039 591 3 200 1 STOCKTON
 SAN JOAQUIN               05 039 606 6 200 1 TRACY
 SAN JOAQUIN               05 039 999 9 200 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN LUIS OBISPO           05 040 516 5 000 2 SAN LUIS OBISPO
 SAN LUIS OBISPO           05 040 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 051 6 182 1 BELMONT
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 072 5 182 1 BURLINGAME
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 144 4 182 1 DALY CITY
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 318 5 182 1 MENLO PARK
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 324 6 182 1 MILLBRAE
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 390 5 182 1 PACIFICA
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 453 4 182 1 REDWOOD CITY
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 483 5 182 1 SAN BRUNO
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 486 5 182 1 SAN CARLOS
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 522 4 182 1 SAN MATEO
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 585 5 182 1 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
 SAN MATEO                 05 041 999 9 182 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANTA BARBARA             05 042 282 5 184 1 LOMPOC
 SANTA BARBARA             05 042 534 4 184 1 SANTA BARBARA
 SANTA BARBARA             05 042 546 5 184 1 SANTA MARIA
 SANTA BARBARA             05 042 999 9 184 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 081 6 183 1 CAMPBELL
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 138 6 183 1 CUPERTINO
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 204 6 183 1 GILROY
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 291 6 183 1 LOS ALTOS
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 297 6 183 1 LOS GATOS
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 330 5 183 1 MILPITAS
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 351 4 183 1 MOUNTAIN VIEW
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 399 4 183 1 PALO ALTO
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 510 2 183 1 SAN JOSE
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 537 4 183 1 SANTA CLARA
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 558 5 183 1 SARATOGA
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 594 4 183 1 SUNNYVALE
 SANTA CLARA               05 043 999 9 183 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANTA CRUZ                05 044 540 5 000 2 SANTA CRUZ
 SANTA CRUZ                05 044 645 6 000 2 WATSONVILLE
 SANTA CRUZ                05 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHASTA                    05 045 444 6 000 2 REDDING
 SHASTA                    05 045 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SIERRA                    05 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SISKIYOU                  05 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOLANO                    05 048 180 5 215 1 FAIRFIELD
 SOLANO                    05 048 624 6 215 1 VACAVILLE
 SOLANO                    05 048 627 4 215 1 VALLEJO
 SOLANO                    05 048 999 9 215 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SONOMA                    05 049 411 6 185 1 PETALUMA
 SONOMA                    05 049 555 4 185 1 SANTA ROSA
 SONOMA                    05 049 999 9 185 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STANISLAUS                05 050 333 4 129 1 MODESTO
 STANISLAUS                05 050 612 6 129 1 TURLOCK
 STANISLAUS                05 050 999 9 129 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUTTER                    05 051 663 6 000 2 YUBA CITY
 SUTTER                    05 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TEHAMA                    05 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRINITY                   05 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TULARE                    05 054 438 6 000 2 PORTERVILLE
 TULARE                    05 054 609 6 000 2 TULARE
 TULARE                    05 054 636 5 000 2 VISALIA
 TULARE                    05 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TUOLUMNE                  05 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VENTURA                   05 056 078 6 147 1 CAMARILLO
 VENTURA                   05 056 387 4 147 1 OXNARD
 VENTURA                   05 056 441 6 147 1 PORT HUENEME
 VENTURA                   05 056 552 6 147 1 SANTA PAULA
 VENTURA                   05 056 570 4 147 1 SIMI VALLEY
 VENTURA                   05 056 600 5 147 1 THOUSAND OAKS
 VENTURA                   05 056 630 4 147 1 VENTURA
 VENTURA                   05 056 999 9 147 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YOLO                      05 057 147 6 171 1 DAVIS
 YOLO                      05 057 657 6 171 1 WOODLAND
 YOLO                      05 057 999 9 171 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YUBA                      05 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 06

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     06 001 003 5 055 1 ARVADA PT
 ADAMS                     06 001 006 4 055 1 AURORA PT
 ADAMS                     06 001 015 6 055 1 COMMERCE CITY
 ADAMS                     06 001 048 5 055 1 NORTH GLENN
 ADAMS                     06 001 057 6 055 1 THORNTON
 ADAMS                     06 001 060 6 055 1 WESTMINSTER
 ADAMS                     06 001 999 9 055 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALAMOSA                   06 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARAPAHOE                  06 003 006 4 055 1 AURORA PT
 ARAPAHOE                  06 003 024 5 055 1 ENGLEWOOD
 ARAPAHOE                  06 003 039 5 055 1 LITTLETON
 ARAPAHOE                  06 003 999 9 055 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ARCHULETA                 06 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BACA                      06 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENT                      06 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOULDER                   06 007 009 4 055 1 BOULDER
 BOULDER                   06 007 042 6 055 1 LONGMONT
 BOULDER                   06 007 999 9 055 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHAFFEE                   06 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEYENNE                  06 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEAR CREEK               06 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CONEJOS                   06 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COSTILLA                  06 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CROWLEY                   06 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUSTER                    06 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DELTA                     06 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DENVER COEXT              06 016 018 1 055 1 DENVER COEXT
 DOLORES                   06 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   06 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EAGLE                     06 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELBERT                    06 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EL PASO                   06 021 012 3 045 1 COLORADO SPRINGS
 EL PASO                   06 021 999 9 045 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FREMONT                   06 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  06 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GILPIN                    06 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAND                     06 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GUNNISON                  06 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HINSDALE                  06 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUERFANO                  06 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   06 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 06 030 003 5 055 1 ARVADA PT
 JEFFERSON                 06 030 036 4 055 1 LAKEWOOD
 JEFFERSON                 06 030 063 5 055 1 WHEAT RIDGE
 JEFFERSON                 06 030 999 9 055 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KIOWA                     06 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KIT CARSON                06 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      06 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LA PLATA                  06 034 021 6 000 2 DURANGO
 LA PLATA                  06 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LARIMER                   06 035 027 5 000 2 FORT COLLINS
 LARIMER                   06 035 045 6 000 2 LOVELAND
 LARIMER                   06 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAS ANIMAS                06 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   06 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     06 038 054 6 000 2 STERLING
 LOGAN                     06 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MESA                      06 039 030 6 000 2 GRAND JUNCTION
 MESA                      06 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MINERAL                   06 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MOFFAT                    06 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTEZUMA                 06 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTROSE                  06 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    06 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTERO                     06 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OURAY                     06 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PARK                      06 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHILLIPS                  06 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PITKIN                    06 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PROWERS                   06 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUEBLO                    06 051 051 4 161 1 PUEBLO
 PUEBLO                    06 051 999 9 161 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RIO BLANCO                06 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RIO GRANDE                06 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROUTT                     06 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAGUACHE                  06 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN JUAN                  06 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN MIGUEL                06 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEDGWICK                  06 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMMIT                    06 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TELLER                    06 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                06 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WELD                      06 062 033 5 000 2 GREELEY
 WELD                      06 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YUMA                      06 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 
 NCHS County Listings for State 07

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 006 3 030 1 BRIDGEPORT
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 012 4 030 1 DANBURY
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 015 6 030 1 DARIEN TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 030 4 030 1 FAIRFIELD TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 033 4 030 1 GREENWICH TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 069 4 030 1 NORWALK
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 078 5 030 1 SHELTON
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 084 3 030 1 STAMFORD
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 087 5 030 1 STRATFORD TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 093 5 030 1 TRUMBULL TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 111 5 030 1 WESTPORT TOWN
 FAIRFIELD                 07 001 999 9 030 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARTFORD                  07 002 009 4 085 1 BRISTOL
 HARTFORD                  07 002 021 4 085 1 EAST HARTFORD TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 027 5 085 1 ENFIELD TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 039 3 085 1 HARTFORD
 HARTFORD                  07 002 042 5 085 1 MANCHESTER TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 057 4 085 1 NEW BRITAIN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 063 5 085 1 NEWINGTON TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 075 6 085 1 PLAINVILLE TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 081 5 085 1 SOUTHINGTON TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 105 4 085 1 WEST HARTFORD TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 114 5 085 1 WETHERSFIELD TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 120 6 085 1 WINDSOR LOCKS TOWN
 HARTFORD                  07 002 999 9 085 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LITCHFIELD                07 003 090 5 000 2 TORRINGTON
 LITCHFIELD                07 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MIDDLESEX                 07 004 048 5 000 2 MIDDLETOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 07 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 003 6 135 1 ANSONIA
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 018 6 135 1 DERBY
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 024 5 135 1 EAST HAVEN TOWN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 036 5 135 1 HAMDEN TOWN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 045 4 135 1 MERIDEN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 051 4 135 1 MILFORD
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 054 6 135 1 NAUGATUCK
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 060 3 135 1 NEW HAVEN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 099 5 135 1 WALLINGFORD TOWN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 102 3 135 1 WATERBURY
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 108 4 135 1 WEST HAVEN
 NEW HAVEN                 07 005 999 9 135 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEW LONDON                07 006 066 5 000 2 NEW LONDON
 NEW LONDON                07 006 072 5 000 2 NORWICH
 NEW LONDON                07 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TOLLAND                   07 007 096 5 000 2 VERNON TOWN
 TOLLAND                   07 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WINDHAM                   07 008 117 6 000 2 WILLIMANTIC
 WINDHAM                   07 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 08

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 KENT                      08 001 003 6 000 2 DOVER
 KENT                      08 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEW CASTLE                08 002 006 6 225 1 NEWARK
 NEW CASTLE                08 002 009 4 225 1 WILMINGTON
 NEW CASTLE                08 002 999 9 225 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUSSEX                    08 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 NCHS County Listings for State 09

 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA      09 001 003 1 218 1 WASHINGTON D C

 NCHS County Listings for State 10

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALACHUA                   10 001 054 4 075 1 GAINESVILLE
 ALACHUA                   10 001 999 9 075 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BAKER                     10 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAY                       10 003 135 5 000 2 PANAMA CITY
 BAY                       10 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRADFORD                  10 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BREVARD                   10 005 021 6 000 2 COCOA
 BREVARD                   10 005 093 5 000 2 MELBOURNE
 BREVARD                   10 005 159 6 000 2 ROCKLEDGE
 BREVARD                   10 005 183 5 000 2 TITUSVILLE
 BREVARD                   10 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BROWARD                   10 006 030 6 069 1 DEERFIELD BEACH
 BROWARD                   10 006 042 3 069 1 FORT LAUDERDALE
 BROWARD                   10 006 057 6 069 1 HALLANDALE
 BROWARD                   10 006 063 3 069 1 HOLLYWOOD
 BROWARD                   10 006 087 6 069 1 LAUDERDALE LAKES
 BROWARD                   10 006 105 6 069 1 MIRAMAR
 BROWARD                   10 006 120 6 069 1 OAKLAND PARK
 BROWARD                   10 006 138 6 069 1 PEMBROKE PINES
 BROWARD                   10 006 147 6 069 1 PLANTATION
 BROWARD                   10 006 153 5 069 1 POMPANO BEACH
 BROWARD                   10 006 192 6 069 1 WILTON MANORS
 BROWARD                   10 006 999 9 069 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   10 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLOTTE                 10 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CITRUS                    10 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      10 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLLIER                   10 011 108 6 000 2 NAPLES
 COLLIER                   10 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  10 012 075 6 000 2 LAKE CITY
 COLUMBIA                  10 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DADE                      10 013 024 5 124 1 CORAL GABLES
 DADE                      10 013 060 3 124 1 HIALEAH
 DADE                      10 013 066 6 124 1 HOMESTEAD
 DADE                      10 013 096 2 124 1 MIAMI
 DADE                      10 013 099 4 124 1 MIAMI BEACH
 DADE                      10 013 102 6 124 1 MIAMI SPRINGS
 DADE                      10 013 114 5 124 1 NORTH MIAMI
 DADE                      10 013 117 5 124 1 NORTH MIAMI BEACH
 DADE                      10 013 126 6 124 1 OPA LOCKA
 DADE                      10 013 174 6 124 1 SOUTH MIAMI
 DADE                      10 013 999 9 124 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE SOTO                   10 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DIXIE                     10 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUVAL-JACKSONVILLE COEXT  10 016 069 1 093 1 DUVAL-JACKSONVILLE COEXT
 ESCAMBIA                  10 017 141 4 149 1 PENSACOLA
 ESCAMBIA                  10 017 999 9 149 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FLAGLER                   10 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  10 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GADSDEN                   10 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GILCHRIST                 10 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLADES                    10 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GULF                      10 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  10 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDEE                    10 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDRY                    10 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HERNANDO                  10 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HIGHLANDS                 10 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HILLSBOROUGH              10 029 150 6 204 1 PLANT CITY
 HILLSBOROUGH              10 029 180 2 204 1 TAMPA
 HILLSBOROUGH              10 029 999 9 204 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOLMES                    10 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 INDIAN RIVER              10 031 186 6 000 2 VERO BEACH
 INDIAN RIVER              10 031 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   10 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 10 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAFAYETTE                 10 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      10 035 090 6 000 2 LEESBURG
 LAKE                      10 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEE                       10 036 045 5 000 2 FORT MYERS
 LEE                       10 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEON                      10 037 177 4 203 1 TALLAHASSEE
 LEON                      10 037 999 9 203 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEVY                      10 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIBERTY                   10 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   10 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MANATEE                   10 041 015 6 000 2 BRADENTON
 MANATEE                   10 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    10 042 123 6 000 2 OCALA
 MARION                    10 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARTIN                    10 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    10 044 072 5 000 2 KEY WEST
 MONROE                    10 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NASSAU                    10 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OKALOOSA                  10 046 051 6 000 2 FORT WALTON BEACH
 OKALOOSA                  10 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OKEECHOBEE                10 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE                    10 048 129 4 145 1 ORLANDO
 ORANGE                    10 048 198 6 145 1 WINTER PARK
 ORANGE                    10 048 999 9 145 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OSCEOLA                   10 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PALM BEACH                10 050 006 6 220 1 BELLE GLADE
 PALM BEACH                10 050 009 5 220 1 BOCA RATON
 PALM BEACH                10 050 012 6 220 1 BOYNTON BEACH
 PALM BEACH                10 050 036 6 220 1 DELRAY BEACH
 PALM BEACH                10 050 081 6 220 1 LAKE WORTH
 PALM BEACH                10 050 156 6 220 1 RIVIERA BEACH
 PALM BEACH                10 050 189 4 220 1 WEST PALM BEACH
 PALM BEACH                10 050 999 9 220 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PASCO                     10 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PINELLAS                  10 052 018 4 204 1 CLEARWATER
 PINELLAS                  10 052 039 6 204 1 DUNEDIN
 PINELLAS                  10 052 084 6 204 1 LARGO
 PINELLAS                  10 052 144 6 204 1 PINELLAS PARK
 PINELLAS                  10 052 165 3 204 1 ST PETERSBURG
 PINELLAS                  10 052 999 9 204 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POLK                      10 053 003 6 000 2 BARTOW
 POLK                      10 053 078 5 000 2 LAKELAND
 POLK                      10 053 195 6 000 2 WINTER HAVEN
 POLK                      10 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    10 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST JOHNS                  10 055 162 6 000 2 ST AUGUSTINE
 ST JOHNS                  10 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST LUCIE                  10 056 048 5 000 2 FORT PIERCE
 ST LUCIE                  10 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANTA ROSA                10 057 999 9 149 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SARASOTA                  10 058 171 5 000 2 SARASOTA
 SARASOTA                  10 058 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SEMINOLE                  10 059 168 6 145 1 SANFORD
 SEMINOLE                  10 059 999 9 145 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUMTER                    10 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUWANNEE                  10 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    10 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     10 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VOLUSIA                   10 064 027 5 000 2 DAYTONA BEACH
 VOLUSIA                   10 064 033 6 000 2 DE LAND
 VOLUSIA                   10 064 111 6 000 2 NEW SMYRNA BEACH
 VOLUSIA                   10 064 132 6 000 2 ORMOND BEACH
 VOLUSIA                   10 064 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAKULLA                   10 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALTON                    10 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                10 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 11

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 APPLING                   11 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATKINSON                  11 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BACON                     11 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAKER                     11 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BALDWIN                   11 005 072 6 000 2 MILLEDGEVILLE
 BALDWIN                   11 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BANKS                     11 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARROW                    11 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARTOW                    11 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEN HILL                  11 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERRIEN                   11 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BIBB                      11 011 066 3 118 1 MACON
 BIBB                      11 011 999 9 118 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BLECKLEY                  11 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRANTLEY                  11 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROOKS                    11 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRYAN                     11 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BULLOCH                   11 016 090 6 000 2 STATESBORO
 BULLOCH                   11 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BURKE                     11 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTTS                     11 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   11 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMDEN                    11 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CANDLER                   11 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   11 022 024 6 000 2 CARROLLTON
 CARROLL                   11 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CATOOSA                   11 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLTON                  11 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHATHAM                   11 025 084 3 186 1 SAVANNAH
 CHATHAM                   11 025 999 9 186 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHATTAHOOCHEE             11 026 999 9 048 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHATTOOGA                 11 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  11 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARKE                    11 029 009 5 000 2 ATHENS
 CLARKE                    11 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLAY                      11 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAYTON                   11 031 027 6 014 1 COLLEGE PARK PT
 CLAYTON                   11 031 054 6 014 1 FOREST PARK
 CLAYTON                   11 031 999 9 014 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLINCH                    11 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COBB                      11 033 069 5 014 1 MARIETTA
 COBB                      11 033 087 6 014 1 SMYRNA
 COBB                      11 033 999 9 014 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COFFEE                    11 034 045 6 000 2 DOUGLAS
 COFFEE                    11 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLQUITT                  11 035 075 6 000 2 MOULTRIE
 COLQUITT                  11 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  11 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COOK                      11 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COWETA                    11 038 078 6 000 2 NEWNAN
 COWETA                    11 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  11 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRISP                     11 040 033 6 000 2 CORDELE
 CRISP                     11 040 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DADE                      11 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAWSON                    11 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DECATUR                   11 043 018 6 000 2 BAINBRIDGE
 DECATUR                   11 043 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE KALB                   11 044 012 2 014 1 ATLANTA PT
 DE KALB                   11 044 042 6 014 1 DECATUR
 DE KALB                   11 044 999 9 014 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DODGE                     11 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOOLY                     11 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGHERTY                 11 047 003 4 003 1 ALBANY
 DOUGHERTY                 11 047 999 9 003 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   11 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EARLY                     11 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ECHOLS                    11 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EFFINGHAM                 11 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELBERT                    11 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EMANUEL                   11 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EVANS                     11 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FANNIN                    11 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   11 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLOYD                     11 057 081 5 000 2 ROME
 FLOYD                     11 057 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FORSYTH                   11 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  11 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FULTON                    11 060 012 2 014 1 ATLANTA PT
 FULTON                    11 060 027 6 014 1 COLLEGE PARK PT
 FULTON                    11 060 051 5 014 1 EAST POINT
 FULTON                    11 060 999 9 014 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GILMER                    11 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLASCOCK                  11 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLYNN                     11 063 021 6 000 2 BRUNSWICK
 GLYNN                     11 063 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GORDON                    11 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRADY                     11 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    11 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GWINNETT                  11 067 999 9 014 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HABERSHAM                 11 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HALL                      11 069 057 6 000 2 GAINESVILLE
 HALL                      11 069 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   11 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARALSON                  11 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRIS                    11 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HART                      11 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HEARD                     11 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     11 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOUSTON                   11 076 105 5 118 1 WARNER ROBINS
 HOUSTON                   11 076 999 9 118 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 IRWIN                     11 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   11 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JASPER                    11 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFF DAVIS                11 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 11 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JENKINS                   11 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   11 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JONES                     11 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAMAR                     11 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANIER                    11 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAURENS                   11 087 048 6 000 2 DUBLIN
 LAURENS                   11 087 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEE                       11 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIBERTY                   11 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   11 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LONG                      11 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOWNDES                   11 092 102 5 000 2 VALDOSTA
 LOWNDES                   11 092 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LUMPKIN                   11 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC DUFFIE                 11 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC INTOSH                 11 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACON                     11 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   11 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    11 098 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERIWETHER                11 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLER                    11 100 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MITCHELL                  11 101 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    11 102 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                11 103 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    11 104 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MURRAY                    11 105 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUSCOGEE                  11 106 030 3 048 1 COLUMBUS
 MUSCOGEE                  11 106 999 9 048 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEWTON                    11 107 036 6 000 2 COVINGTON
 NEWTON                    11 107 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OCONEE                    11 108 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OGLETHORPE                11 109 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAULDING                  11 110 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEACH                     11 111 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PICKENS                   11 112 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIERCE                    11 113 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      11 114 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      11 115 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   11 116 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    11 117 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 QUITMAN                   11 118 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RABUN                     11 119 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  11 120 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHMOND                  11 121 015 4 016 1 AUGUSTA
 RICHMOND                  11 121 999 9 016 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCKDALE                  11 122 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCHLEY                    11 123 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCREVEN                   11 124 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEMINOLE                  11 125 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SPALDING                  11 126 060 6 000 2 GRIFFIN
 SPALDING                  11 126 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STEPHENS                  11 127 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEWART                   11 128 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMTER                    11 129 006 6 000 2 AMERICUS
 SUMTER                    11 129 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TALBOT                    11 130 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TALIAFERRO                11 131 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TATTNALL                  11 132 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    11 133 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TELFAIR                   11 134 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TERRELL                   11 135 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THOMAS                    11 136 096 6 000 2 THOMASVILLE
 THOMAS                    11 136 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TIFT                      11 137 099 6 000 2 TIFTON
 TIFT                      11 137 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TOOMBS                    11 138 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TOWNS                     11 139 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TREUTLEN                  11 140 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TROUP                     11 141 063 6 000 2 LA GRANGE
 TROUP                     11 141 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TURNER                    11 142 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TWIGGS                    11 143 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     11 144 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UPSON                     11 145 093 6 000 2 THOMASTON
 UPSON                     11 145 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WALKER                    11 146 999 9 041 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALTON                    11 147 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARE                      11 148 108 6 000 2 WAYCROSS
 WARE                      11 148 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    11 149 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                11 150 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     11 151 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   11 152 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHEELER                   11 153 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITE                     11 154 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITFIELD                 11 155 039 6 000 2 DALTON
 WHITFIELD                 11 155 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILCOX                    11 156 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILKES                    11 157 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILKINSON                 11 158 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WORTH                     11 159 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 12

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 HAWAII                    12 001 006 5 000 2 HILO
 HAWAII                    12 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HONOLULU                  12 002 003 6 086 1 AIEA
 HONOLULU                  12 002 009 2 086 1 HONOLULU
 HONOLULU                  12 002 012 5 086 1 KAILUA
 HONOLULU                  12 002 015 5 086 1 KANEOHE
 HONOLULU                  12 002 018 6 086 1 PEARL CITY
 HONOLULU                  12 002 021 6 086 1 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
 HONOLULU                  12 002 024 6 086 1 WAHIAWA
 HONOLULU                  12 002 027 6 086 1 WAIPAHU
 HONOLULU                  12 002 999 9 086 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KAUAI                     12 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAUI                      12 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 13

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADA                       13 001 003 4 028 1 BOISE CITY
 ADA                       13 001 999 9 028 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ADAMS                     13 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BANNOCK                   13 003 024 5 000 2 POCATELLO
 BANNOCK                   13 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BEAR LAKE                 13 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENEWAH                   13 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BINGHAM                   13 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLAINE                    13 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOISE                     13 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BONNER                    13 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BONNEVILLE                13 010 012 5 000 2 IDAHO FALLS
 BONNEVILLE                13 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOUNDARY                  13 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTTE                     13 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMAS                     13 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CANYON                    13 014 006 6 000 2 CALDWELL
 CANYON                    13 014 021 6 000 2 NAMPA
 CANYON                    13 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARIBOU                   13 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASSIA                    13 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     13 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEARWATER                13 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUSTER                    13 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELMORE                    13 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  13 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREMONT                   13 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GEM                       13 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOODING                   13 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IDAHO                     13 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 13 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEROME                    13 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KOOTENAI                  13 028 009 6 000 2 COEUR D ALENE
 KOOTENAI                  13 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LATAH                     13 029 018 6 000 2 MOSCOW
 LATAH                     13 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEMHI                     13 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS                     13 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   13 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   13 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINIDOKA                  13 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEZ PERCE                 13 035 015 5 000 2 LEWISTON
 NEZ PERCE                 13 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ONEIDA                    13 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OWYHEE                    13 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAYETTE                   13 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POWER                     13 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHOSHONE                  13 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TETON                     13 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TWIN FALLS                13 042 027 6 000 2 TWIN FALLS
 TWIN FALLS                13 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VALLEY                    13 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                13 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 14

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     14 001 339 5 000 2 QUINCY
 ADAMS                     14 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALEXANDER                 14 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOND                      14 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOONE                     14 004 024 6 170 1 BELVIDERE
 BOONE                     14 004 999 9 170 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BROWN                     14 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUREAU                    14 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   14 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   14 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      14 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHAMPAIGN                 14 010 072 4 037 1 CHAMPAIGN
 CHAMPAIGN                 14 010 342 5 037 1 RANTOUL
 CHAMPAIGN                 14 010 408 5 037 1 URBANA
 CHAMPAIGN                 14 010 999 9 037 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHRISTIAN                 14 011 402 6 000 2 TAYLORVILLE
 CHRISTIAN                 14 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK                     14 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      14 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   14 014 066 6 000 2 CENTRALIA PT
 CLINTON                   14 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLES                     14 015 075 6 000 2 CHARLESTON
 COLES                     14 015 252 6 000 2 MATTOON
 COLES                     14 015 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COOK                      14 016 006 6 042 1 ALSLIP
 COOK                      14 016 012 4 042 1 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS PT
 COOK                      14 016 021 6 042 1 BELLWOOD
 COOK                      14 016 027 6 042 1 BENSENVILLE PT
 COOK                      14 016 030 4 042 1 BERWYN
 COOK                      14 016 036 6 042 1 BLUE ISLAND
 COOK                      14 016 039 6 042 1 BRIDGE VIEW
 COOK                      14 016 042 6 042 1 BROOKFIELD
 COOK                      14 016 045 6 042 1 BUFFALO GROVE PT
 COOK                      14 016 051 5 042 1 CALUMET CITY
 COOK                      14 016 054 6 042 1 CALUMET PARK
 COOK                      14 016 078 0 042 1 CHICAGO PT
 COOK                      14 016 081 5 042 1 CHICAGO HEIGHTS
 COOK                      14 016 084 4 042 1 CICERO
 COOK                      14 016 099 6 042 1 DEERFIELD PT
 COOK                      14 016 105 4 042 1 DES PLAINES
 COOK                      14 016 111 5 042 1 DOLTON
 COOK                      14 016 129 4 042 1 ELGIN PT
 COOK                      14 016 132 6 042 1 ELK GROVE VILLAGE PT
 COOK                      14 016 138 5 042 1 ELMWOOD PARK
 COOK                      14 016 141 4 042 1 EVANSTON
 COOK                      14 016 144 5 042 1 EVERGREEN PARK
 COOK                      14 016 147 6 042 1 FOREST PARK
 COOK                      14 016 150 6 042 1 FRANKLIN PARK
 COOK                      14 016 159 6 042 1 GLENCOE
 COOK                      14 016 168 6 042 1 GLENVIEW
 COOK                      14 016 174 6 042 1 HANOVER PARK PT
 COOK                      14 016 177 5 042 1 HARVEY
 COOK                      14 016 180 6 042 1 HAZEL CREST
 COOK                      14 016 183 6 042 1 HICKORY HILLS
 COOK                      14 016 189 6 042 1 HINSDALE PT
 COOK                      14 016 192 6 042 1 HOFFMAN ESTATES
 COOK                      14 016 195 6 042 1 HOMEWOOD
 COOK                      14 016 210 6 042 1 LA GRANGE
 COOK                      14 016 213 6 042 1 LA GRANGE PARK
 COOK                      14 016 219 5 042 1 LANSING
 COOK                      14 016 231 6 042 1 LINCOLNWOOD
 COOK                      14 016 240 6 042 1 LYONS
 COOK                      14 016 249 6 042 1 MARKHAM
 COOK                      14 016 255 5 042 1 MAYWOOD
 COOK                      14 016 258 6 042 1 MELROSE PARK
 COOK                      14 016 261 6 042 1 MIDLOTHIAN
 COOK                      14 016 273 5 042 1 MORTON GROVE
 COOK                      14 016 276 5 042 1 MOUNT PROSPECT
 COOK                      14 016 291 5 042 1 NILES
 COOK                      14 016 297 6 042 1 NORRIDGE
 COOK                      14 016 300 5 042 1 NORTHBROOK
 COOK                      14 016 306 6 042 1 NORTHLAKE PT
 COOK                      14 016 309 6 042 1 OAK FOREST
 COOK                      14 016 312 4 042 1 OAK LAWN
 COOK                      14 016 315 4 042 1 OAK PARK
 COOK                      14 016 321 5 042 1 PALATINE
 COOK                      14 016 324 5 042 1 PARK FORREST PT
 COOK                      14 016 327 5 042 1 PARK RIDGE
 COOK                      14 016 345 6 042 1 RIVERDALE
 COOK                      14 016 348 6 042 1 RIVER FOREST
 COOK                      14 016 351 6 042 1 RIVER GROVE
 COOK                      14 016 354 6 042 1 RIVERSIDE
 COOK                      14 016 366 6 042 1 ROLLING MEADOWS
 COOK                      14 016 375 6 042 1 SCHAUMBURG PT
 COOK                      14 016 378 6 042 1 SCHILLER PARK
 COOK                      14 016 381 4 042 1 SKOKIE
 COOK                      14 016 384 6 042 1 SOUTH HOLLAND
 COOK                      14 016 393 6 042 1 STREAMWOOD
 COOK                      14 016 399 6 042 1 SUMMIT
 COOK                      14 016 405 6 042 1 TINLEY PARK PT
 COOK                      14 016 417 6 042 1 WESTCHESTER
 COOK                      14 016 423 6 042 1 WESTERN SPRINGS
 COOK                      14 016 429 6 042 1 WHEELING
 COOK                      14 016 432 5 042 1 WILMETTE
 COOK                      14 016 435 6 042 1 WINNETKA
 COOK                      14 016 447 6 042 1 WORTH
 COOK                      14 016 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  14 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                14 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DE KALB                   14 019 102 5 000 2 DE KALB
 DE KALB                   14 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE WITT                   14 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   14 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DU PAGE                   14 022 003 6 042 1 ADDISON
 DU PAGE                   14 022 027 6 042 1 BENSENVILLE PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 078 0 042 1 CHICAGO PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 114 5 042 1 DOWNERS GROVE
 DU PAGE                   14 022 132 6 042 1 ELK GROVE VILLAGE PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 135 4 042 1 ELMHURST
 DU PAGE                   14 022 162 6 042 1 GLENDALE HEIGHTS
 DU PAGE                   14 022 165 6 042 1 GLEN ELLYN
 DU PAGE                   14 022 174 6 042 1 HANOVER PARK PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 189 6 042 1 HINSDALE PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 234 5 042 1 LOMBARD
 DU PAGE                   14 022 288 6 042 1 NAPERVILLE
 DU PAGE                   14 022 306 6 042 1 NORTHLAKE PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 375 6 042 1 SCHAUMBURG PT
 DU PAGE                   14 022 411 5 042 1 VILLA PARK
 DU PAGE                   14 022 420 6 042 1 WEST CHICAGO
 DU PAGE                   14 022 426 5 042 1 WHEATON
 DU PAGE                   14 022 438 6 042 1 WOODRIDGE
 DU PAGE                   14 022 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDGAR                     14 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EDWARDS                   14 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EFFINGHAM                 14 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   14 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FORD                      14 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  14 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FULTON                    14 029 057 6 000 2 CANTON
 FULTON                    14 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GALLATIN                  14 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    14 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRUNDY                    14 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  14 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   14 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDIN                    14 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDERSON                 14 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     14 037 207 6 052 1 KEWANEE
 HENRY                     14 037 999 9 052 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 IROQUOIS                  14 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   14 039 060 6 000 2 CARBONDALE
 JACKSON                   14 039 285 6 000 2 MURPHYSBORO
 JACKSON                   14 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JASPER                    14 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 14 041 279 6 000 2 MOUNT VERNON
 JEFFERSON                 14 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JERSEY                    14 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JO DAVIESS                14 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   14 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KANE                      14 045 015 4 042 1 AURORA
 KANE                      14 045 063 6 042 1 CARPENTERSVILLE
 KANE                      14 045 129 4 042 1 ELGIN PT
 KANE                      14 045 372 6 042 1 ST CHARLES
 KANE                      14 045 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KANKAKEE                  14 046 204 5 000 2 KANKAKEE
 KANKAKEE                  14 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KENDALL                   14 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KNOX                      14 048 156 5 000 2 GALESBURG
 KNOX                      14 048 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAKE                      14 049 012 4 042 1 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS PT
 LAKE                      14 049 045 6 042 1 BUFFALO GROVE PT
 LAKE                      14 049 099 6 042 1 DEERFIELD PT
 LAKE                      14 049 186 5 042 1 HIGHLAND PARK
 LAKE                      14 049 216 6 042 1 LAKE FOREST
 LAKE                      14 049 225 6 042 1 LIBERTYVILLE
 LAKE                      14 049 282 6 042 1 MUNDELEIN
 LAKE                      14 049 303 5 042 1 NORTH CHICAGO
 LAKE                      14 049 414 4 042 1 WAUKEGAN
 LAKE                      14 049 450 6 042 1 ZION
 LAKE                      14 049 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LA SALLE                  14 050 222 6 000 2 LA SALLE
 LA SALLE                  14 050 318 6 000 2 OTTAWA
 LA SALLE                  14 050 336 6 000 2 PERU
 LA SALLE                  14 050 396 6 000 2 STREATOR PT
 LA SALLE                  14 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  14 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       14 052 108 6 000 2 DIXON
 LEE                       14 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LIVINGSTON                14 053 396 6 000 2 STREATOR PT
 LIVINGSTON                14 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOGAN                     14 054 228 6 000 2 LINCOLN
 LOGAN                     14 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC DONOUGH                14 055 243 6 000 2 MACOMB
 MC DONOUGH                14 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC HENRY                  14 056 090 6 042 1 CRYSTAL LAKE
 MC HENRY                  14 056 444 6 042 1 WOODSTOCK
 MC HENRY                  14 056 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC LEAN                   14 057 033 5 027 1 BLOOMINGTON
 MC LEAN                   14 057 294 5 027 1 NORMAL
 MC LEAN                   14 057 999 9 027 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MACON                     14 058 096 4 054 1 DECATUR
 MACON                     14 058 999 9 054 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MACOUPIN                  14 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   14 060 009 5 174 1 ALTON
 MADISON                   14 060 087 6 174 1 COLLINSVILLE PT
 MADISON                   14 060 126 6 174 1 EDWARDSVILLE
 MADISON                   14 060 171 5 174 1 GRANITE CITY
 MADISON                   14 060 441 6 174 1 WOOD RIVER
 MADISON                   14 060 999 9 174 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    14 061 066 6 000 2 CENTRALIA PT
 MARION                    14 061 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  14 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MASON                     14 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MASSAC                    14 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MENARD                    14 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    14 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    14 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                14 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    14 069 198 6 000 2 JACKSONVILLE
 MORGAN                    14 069 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOULTRIE                  14 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OGLE                      14 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEORIA                    14 072 330 5 150 1 PEKIN PT
 PEORIA                    14 072 333 3 150 1 PEORIA
 PEORIA                    14 072 999 9 150 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERRY                     14 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIATT                     14 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      14 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POPE                      14 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   14 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    14 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  14 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHLAND                  14 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCK ISLAND               14 081 117 6 052 1 EAST MOLINE
 ROCK ISLAND               14 081 264 5 052 1 MOLINE
 ROCK ISLAND               14 081 363 4 052 1 ROCK ISLAND
 ROCK ISLAND               14 081 999 9 052 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 018 5 174 1 BELLEVILLE
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 048 6 174 1 CAHOKIA
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 069 6 174 1 CENTREVILLE
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 087 6 174 1 COLLINSVILLE PT
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 123 4 174 1 EAST ST LOUIS
 ST CLAIR                  14 082 999 9 174 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SALINE                    14 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANGAMON                  14 084 387 4 195 1 SPRINGFIELD
 SANGAMON                  14 084 999 9 195 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCHUYLER                  14 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTT                     14 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    14 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STARK                     14 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEPHENSON                14 089 153 5 000 2 FREEPORT
 STEPHENSON                14 089 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TAZEWELL                  14 090 120 6 150 1 EAST PEORIA
 TAZEWELL                  14 090 270 6 150 1 MORTON
 TAZEWELL                  14 090 330 5 150 1 PEKIN PT
 TAZEWELL                  14 090 999 9 150 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 UNION                     14 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VERMILION                 14 092 093 5 000 2 DANVILLE
 VERMILION                 14 092 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WABASH                    14 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    14 094 267 6 000 2 MONMOUTH
 WARREN                    14 094 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                14 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     14 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITE                     14 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITESIDE                 14 098 357 6 000 2 ROCK FALLS
 WHITESIDE                 14 098 390 6 000 2 STERLING
 WHITESIDE                 14 098 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILL                      14 099 201 4 042 1 JOLIET
 WILL                      14 099 324 5 042 1 PARK FORREST PT
 WILL                      14 099 369 6 042 1 ROMEOVILLE
 WILL                      14 099 405 6 042 1 TINLEY PARK PT
 WILL                      14 099 999 9 042 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILLIAMSON                14 100 246 6 000 2 MARION
 WILLIAMSON                14 100 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WINNEBAGO                 14 101 237 6 170 1 LOVES PARK
 WINNEBAGO                 14 101 360 3 170 1 ROCKFORD
 WINNEBAGO                 14 101 999 9 170 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WOODFORD                  14 102 999 9 150 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 
 NCHS County Listings for State 15

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     15 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEN                     15 002 042 3 071 1 FORT WAYNE
 ALLEN                     15 002 999 9 071 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BARTHOLOMEW               15 003 018 5 000 2 COLUMBUS
 BARTHOLOMEW               15 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BENTON                    15 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLACKFORD                 15 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOONE                     15 006 999 9 090 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROWN                     15 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   15 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      15 009 093 6 000 2 LOGANSPORT
 CASS                      15 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK                     15 010 015 6 115 1 CLARKSVILLE
 CLARK                     15 010 078 6 115 1 JEFFERSONVILLE
 CLARK                     15 010 999 9 115 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLAY                      15 011 999 9 205 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   15 012 045 6 000 2 FRANKFORT
 CLINTON                   15 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  15 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIESS                   15 014 153 6 000 2 WASHINGTON
 DAVIESS                   15 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DEARBORN                  15 015 999 9 043 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DECATUR                   15 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DE KALB                   15 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  15 018 108 4 132 1 MUNCIE
 DELAWARE                  15 018 999 9 132 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DUBOIS                    15 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELKHART                   15 020 033 5 000 2 ELKHART
 ELKHART                   15 020 054 6 000 2 GOSHEN
 ELKHART                   15 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   15 021 021 6 000 2 CONNERSVILLE
 FAYETTE                   15 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FLOYD                     15 022 114 5 115 1 NEW ALBANY
 FLOYD                     15 022 999 9 115 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FOUNTAIN                  15 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  15 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FULTON                    15 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GIBSON                    15 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     15 027 099 5 000 2 MARION
 GRANT                     15 027 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GREENE                    15 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  15 029 999 9 090 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   15 030 999 9 090 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  15 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDRICKS                 15 032 999 9 090 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     15 033 117 6 000 2 NEW CASTLE
 HENRY                     15 033 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOWARD                    15 034 081 5 000 2 KOKOMO
 HOWARD                    15 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HUNTINGTON                15 035 072 6 000 2 HUNTINGTON
 HUNTINGTON                15 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   15 036 129 6 000 2 SEYMOUR
 JACKSON                   15 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JASPER                    15 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JAY                       15 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 15 039 096 6 000 2 MADISON
 JEFFERSON                 15 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JENNINGS                  15 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   15 041 048 6 090 1 FRANKLIN
 JOHNSON                   15 041 057 6 090 1 GREENWOOD
 JOHNSON                   15 041 999 9 090 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOX                      15 042 147 6 000 2 VINCENNES
 KNOX                      15 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KOSCIUSKO                 15 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAGRANGE                  15 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      15 045 027 6 077 1 CROWN POINT
 LAKE                      15 045 030 5 077 1 EAST CHICAGO
 LAKE                      15 045 051 3 077 1 GARY
 LAKE                      15 045 060 6 077 1 GRIFFITH
 LAKE                      15 045 063 3 077 1 HAMMOND
 LAKE                      15 045 066 6 077 1 HIGHLAND
 LAKE                      15 045 069 6 077 1 HOBART
 LAKE                      15 045 111 6 077 1 MUNSTER
 LAKE                      15 045 999 9 077 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LA PORTE                  15 046 087 6 000 2 LA PORTE
 LA PORTE                  15 046 102 5 000 2 MICHIGAN CITY
 LA PORTE                  15 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  15 047 006 6 000 2 BEDFORD
 LAWRENCE                  15 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MADISON                   15 048 003 4 010 1 ANDERSON
 MADISON                   15 048 036 6 010 1 ELWOOD
 MADISON                   15 048 999 9 010 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    15 049 009 6 090 1 BEECH GROVE
 MARION                    15 049 075 1 090 1 INDIANAPOLIS
 MARION                    15 049 090 6 090 1 LAWRENCE
 MARION                    15 049 138 6 090 1 SPEEDWAY
 MARION                    15 049 999 9 090 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  15 050 999 9 193 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARTIN                    15 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MIAMI                     15 052 120 6 000 2 PERU
 MIAMI                     15 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    15 053 012 5 000 2 BLOOMINGTON
 MONROE                    15 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                15 054 024 6 000 2 CRAWFORDSVILLE
 MONTGOMERY                15 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORGAN                    15 055 999 9 090 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEWTON                    15 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOBLE                     15 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OHIO                      15 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE                    15 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OWEN                      15 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PARKE                     15 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERRY                     15 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      15 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PORTER                    15 064 123 6 077 1 PORTAGE
 PORTER                    15 064 144 6 077 1 VALPARAISO
 PORTER                    15 064 999 9 077 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POSEY                     15 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   15 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    15 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  15 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RIPLEY                    15 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSH                      15 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST JOSEPH                 15 071 105 5 193 1 MISHAWAKA
 ST JOSEPH                 15 071 135 3 193 1 SOUTH BEND
 ST JOSEPH                 15 071 999 9 193 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     15 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    15 073 132 6 090 1 SHELBYVILLE
 SHELBY                    15 073 999 9 090 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SPENCER                   15 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STARKE                    15 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEUBEN                   15 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  15 077 999 9 205 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWITZERLAND               15 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TIPPECANOE                15 079 084 5 102 1 LAFAYETTE
 TIPPECANOE                15 079 156 6 102 1 WEST LAFAYETTE
 TIPPECANOE                15 079 999 9 102 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TIPTON                    15 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     15 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VANDERBURGH               15 082 039 3 064 1 EVANSVILLE
 VANDERBURGH               15 082 999 9 064 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VERMILLION                15 083 999 9 205 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VIGO                      15 084 141 4 205 1 TERRE HAUTE
 VIGO                      15 084 999 9 205 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WABASH                    15 085 150 6 000 2 WABASH
 WABASH                    15 085 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    15 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARRICK                   15 087 999 9 064 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                15 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     15 089 126 5 000 2 RICHMOND
 WAYNE                     15 089 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WELLS                     15 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITE                     15 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITLEY                   15 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 16

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAIR                     16 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ADAMS                     16 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLAMAKEE                 16 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 APPANOOSE                 16 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AUDUBON                   16 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    16 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLACK HAWK                16 007 015 5 219 1 CEDAR FALLS
 BLACK HAWK                16 007 078 4 219 1 WATERLOO
 BLACK HAWK                16 007 999 9 219 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOONE                     16 008 009 6 000 2 BOONE
 BOONE                     16 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BREMER                    16 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUCHANAN                  16 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUENA VISTA               16 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    16 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   16 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   16 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      16 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CEDAR                     16 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CERRO GORDO               16 017 054 5 000 2 MASON CITY
 CERRO GORDO               16 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  16 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHICKASAW                 16 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARKE                    16 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      16 021 072 6 000 2 SPENCER
 CLAY                      16 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLAYTON                   16 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   16 023 021 5 000 2 CLINTON
 CLINTON                   16 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  16 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DALLAS                    16 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIS                     16 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DECATUR                   16 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  16 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DES MOINES                16 029 012 5 000 2 BURLINGTON
 DES MOINES                16 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DICKINSON                 16 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUBUQUE                   16 031 033 4 058 1 DUBUQUE
 DUBUQUE                   16 031 999 9 058 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EMMET                     16 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   16 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLOYD                     16 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  16 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREMONT                   16 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    16 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRUNDY                    16 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GUTHRIE                   16 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  16 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   16 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDIN                    16 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  16 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     16 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWARD                    16 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUMBOLDT                  16 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IDA                       16 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IOWA                      16 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   16 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JASPER                    16 050 060 6 000 2 NEWTON
 JASPER                    16 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 16 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   16 052 042 5 000 2 IOWA CITY
 JOHNSON                   16 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JONES                     16 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KEOKUK                    16 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KOSSUTH                   16 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       16 056 039 6 000 2 FORT MADISON
 LEE                       16 056 045 6 000 2 KEOKUK
 LEE                       16 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINN                      16 057 018 3 036 1 CEDAR RAPIDS
 LINN                      16 057 048 6 036 1 MARION
 LINN                      16 057 999 9 036 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOUISA                    16 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LUCAS                     16 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LYON                      16 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   16 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAHASKA                   16 062 063 6 000 2 OSKALOOSA
 MAHASKA                   16 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    16 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  16 064 051 5 000 2 MARSHALLTOWN
 MARSHALL                  16 064 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MILLS                     16 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MITCHELL                  16 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONONA                    16 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    16 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                16 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUSCATINE                 16 070 057 6 000 2 MUSCATINE
 MUSCATINE                 16 070 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 O BRIEN                   16 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSCEOLA                   16 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAGE                      16 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PALO ALTO                 16 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PLYMOUTH                  16 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POCAHONTAS                16 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      16 077 030 3 056 1 DES MOINES
 POLK                      16 077 075 6 056 1 URBANDALE
 POLK                      16 077 081 6 056 1 WEST DES MOINES
 POLK                      16 077 999 9 056 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POTTAWATTAMIE             16 078 024 4 144 1 COUNCIL BLUFFS
 POTTAWATTAMIE             16 078 999 9 144 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POWESHIEK                 16 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RINGGOLD                  16 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAC                       16 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTT                     16 082 006 6 052 1 BETTENDORF
 SCOTT                     16 082 027 4 052 1 DAVENPORT
 SCOTT                     16 082 999 9 052 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHELBY                    16 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SIOUX                     16 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STORY                     16 085 003 5 000 2 AMES
 STORY                     16 085 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TAMA                      16 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    16 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     16 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VAN BUREN                 16 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAPELLO                   16 090 066 5 000 2 OTTUMWA
 WAPELLO                   16 090 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    16 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                16 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     16 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   16 094 036 5 000 2 FORT DODGE
 WEBSTER                   16 094 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WINNEBAGO                 16 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINNESHIEK                16 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODBURY                  16 097 069 4 191 1 SIOUX CITY
 WOODBURY                  16 097 999 9 191 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WORTH                     16 098 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WRIGHT                    16 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 17

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALLEN                     17 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANDERSON                  17 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATCHISON                  17 003 006 6 000 2 ATCHISON
 ATCHISON                  17 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BARBER                    17 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARTON                    17 005 027 6 000 2 GREAT BEND
 BARTON                    17 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOURBON                   17 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROWN                     17 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    17 008 018 6 222 1 EL DORADO
 BUTLER                    17 008 999 9 222 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHASE                     17 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHAUTAUQUA                17 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  17 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEYENNE                  17 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     17 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      17 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLOUD                     17 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COFFEY                    17 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COMANCHE                  17 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COWLEY                    17 018 003 6 000 2 ARKANSAS CITY
 COWLEY                    17 018 099 6 000 2 WINFIELD
 COWLEY                    17 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  17 019 081 6 000 2 PITTSBURG
 CRAWFORD                  17 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DECATUR                   17 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DICKINSON                 17 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DONIPHAN                  17 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   17 023 045 5 000 2 LAWRENCE
 DOUGLAS                   17 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDWARDS                   17 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELK                       17 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELLIS                     17 026 030 6 000 2 HAYS
 ELLIS                     17 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ELLSWORTH                 17 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FINNEY                    17 028 024 6 000 2 GARDEN CITY
 FINNEY                    17 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FORD                      17 029 015 6 000 2 DODGE CITY
 FORD                      17 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  17 030 072 6 000 2 OTTAWA
 FRANKLIN                  17 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GEARY                     17 031 039 6 000 2 JUNCTION CITY
 GEARY                     17 031 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GOVE                      17 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAHAM                    17 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     17 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAY                      17 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREELEY                   17 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENWOOD                 17 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  17 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARPER                    17 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARVEY                    17 040 066 6 000 2 NEWTON
 HARVEY                    17 040 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HASKELL                   17 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HODGEMAN                  17 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   17 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 17 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEWELL                    17 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   17 046 051 6 097 1 LEAWOOD
 JOHNSON                   17 046 063 6 097 1 MERRIAM
 JOHNSON                   17 046 069 6 097 1 OLATHE
 JOHNSON                   17 046 075 4 097 1 OVERLAND PARK
 JOHNSON                   17 046 084 5 097 1 PRAIRIE VILLAGE
 JOHNSON                   17 046 090 6 097 1 SHAWNEE
 JOHNSON                   17 046 999 9 097 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KEARNY                    17 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KINGMAN                   17 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KIOWA                     17 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LABETTE                   17 050 078 6 000 2 PARSONS
 LABETTE                   17 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LANE                      17 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEAVENWORTH               17 052 048 5 000 2 LEAVENWORTH
 LEAVENWORTH               17 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   17 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINN                      17 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     17 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LYON                      17 056 021 6 000 2 EMPORIA
 LYON                      17 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC PHERSON                17 057 057 6 000 2 MC PHERSON
 MC PHERSON                17 057 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    17 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  17 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MEADE                     17 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MIAMI                     17 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MITCHELL                  17 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                17 063 012 6 000 2 COFFEYVILLE
 MONTGOMERY                17 063 036 6 000 2 INDEPENDENCE
 MONTGOMERY                17 063 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORRIS                    17 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORTON                    17 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEMAHA                    17 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEOSHO                    17 067 009 6 000 2 CHANUTE
 NEOSHO                    17 067 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NESS                      17 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORTON                    17 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSAGE                     17 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSBORNE                   17 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTTAWA                    17 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAWNEE                    17 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHILLIPS                  17 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POTTAWATOMIE              17 075 060 5 000 2 MANHATTAN PT
 POTTAWATOMIE              17 075 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRATT                     17 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RAWLINS                   17 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RENO                      17 078 033 5 000 2 HUTCHINSON
 RENO                      17 078 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 REPUBLIC                  17 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICE                      17 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RILEY                     17 081 060 5 000 2 MANHATTAN PT
 RILEY                     17 081 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROOKS                     17 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSH                      17 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSSELL                   17 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SALINE                    17 085 087 5 000 2 SALINA
 SALINE                    17 085 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     17 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEDGWICK                  17 087 096 2 222 1 WICHITA
 SEDGWICK                  17 087 999 9 222 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SEWARD                    17 088 054 6 000 2 LIBERAL
 SEWARD                    17 088 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHAWNEE                   17 089 093 3 208 1 TOPEKA
 SHAWNEE                   17 089 999 9 208 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHERIDAN                  17 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERMAN                   17 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SMITH                     17 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STAFFORD                  17 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STANTON                   17 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEVENS                   17 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMNER                    17 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THOMAS                    17 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TREGO                     17 098 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WABAUNSEE                 17 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALLACE                   17 100 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                17 101 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WICHITA                   17 102 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILSON                    17 103 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODSON                   17 104 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WYANDOTTE                 17 105 042 3 097 1 KANSAS CITY
 WYANDOTTE                 17 105 999 9 097 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 18

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAIR                     18 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEN                     18 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANDERSON                  18 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BALLARD                   18 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARREN                    18 005 030 6 000 2 GLASGOW
 BARREN                    18 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BATH                      18 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BELL                      18 007 051 6 000 2 MIDDLESBOROUGH
 BELL                      18 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOONE                     18 008 021 6 043 1 FLORENCE
 BOONE                     18 008 999 9 043 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOURBON                   18 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOYD                      18 010 003 5 088 1 ASHLAND
 BOYD                      18 010 999 9 088 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOYLE                     18 011 012 6 000 2 DANVILLE
 BOYLE                     18 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRACKEN                   18 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BREATHITT                 18 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRECKINRIDGE              18 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BULLITT                   18 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    18 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALDWELL                  18 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALLOWAY                  18 018 054 6 000 2 MURRAY
 CALLOWAY                  18 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMPBELL                  18 019 024 6 043 1 FORT THOMAS
 CAMPBELL                  18 019 057 5 043 1 NEWPORT
 CAMPBELL                  18 019 999 9 043 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARLISLE                  18 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   18 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARTER                    18 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASEY                     18 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHRISTIAN                 18 024 036 6 000 2 HOPKINSVILLE
 CHRISTIAN                 18 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK                     18 025 078 6 000 2 WINCHESTER
 CLARK                     18 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLAY                      18 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   18 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRITTENDEN                18 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                18 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIESS                   18 030 060 4 146 1 OWENSBORO
 DAVIESS                   18 030 999 9 146 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDMONSON                  18 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELLIOTT                   18 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ESTILL                    18 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   18 034 039 3 109 1 LEXINGTON
 FAYETTE                   18 034 999 9 109 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FLEMING                   18 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLOYD                     18 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  18 037 027 6 000 2 FRANKFORT
 FRANKLIN                  18 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FULTON                    18 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GALLATIN                  18 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARRARD                   18 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     18 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAVES                    18 042 048 6 000 2 MAYFIELD
 GRAVES                    18 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRAYSON                   18 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREEN                     18 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENUP                   18 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   18 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDIN                    18 047 015 6 000 2 ELIZABETHTOWN
 HARDIN                    18 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARLAN                    18 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  18 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HART                      18 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDERSON                 18 051 033 6 064 1 HENDERSON
 HENDERSON                 18 051 999 9 064 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HENRY                     18 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HICKMAN                   18 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOPKINS                   18 054 045 6 000 2 MADISONVILLE
 HOPKINS                   18 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   18 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 18 056 042 2 115 1 LOUISVILLE
 JEFFERSON                 18 056 069 6 115 1 ST MATTHEWS
 JEFFERSON                 18 056 072 6 115 1 SHIVELY
 JEFFERSON                 18 056 999 9 115 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JESSAMINE                 18 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   18 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENTON                    18 059 009 4 043 1 COVINGTON
 KENTON                    18 059 018 6 043 1 ERLANGER
 KENTON                    18 059 999 9 043 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOTT                     18 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KNOX                      18 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LARUE                     18 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAUREL                    18 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  18 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       18 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LESLIE                    18 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LETCHER                   18 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS                     18 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   18 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIVINGSTON                18 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     18 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LYON                      18 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC CRACKEN                18 073 063 5 000 2 PADUCAH
 MC CRACKEN                18 073 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC CREARY                 18 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC LEAN                   18 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   18 076 066 6 000 2 RICHMOND
 MADISON                   18 076 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MAGOFFIN                  18 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    18 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  18 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARTIN                    18 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MASON                     18 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MEADE                     18 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MENIFEE                   18 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    18 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 METCALFE                  18 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    18 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                18 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    18 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUHLENBERG                18 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NELSON                    18 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NICHOLAS                  18 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OHIO                      18 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OLDHAM                    18 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OWEN                      18 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OWSLEY                    18 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PENDLETON                 18 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERRY                     18 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      18 098 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POWELL                    18 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   18 100 075 6 000 2 SOMERSET
 PULASKI                   18 100 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROBERTSON                 18 101 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCKCASTLE                18 102 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROWAN                     18 103 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSSELL                   18 104 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTT                     18 105 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    18 106 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SIMPSON                   18 107 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SPENCER                   18 108 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    18 109 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TODD                      18 110 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRIGG                     18 111 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRIMBLE                   18 112 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     18 113 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    18 114 006 5 000 2 BOWLING GREEN
 WARREN                    18 114 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                18 115 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     18 116 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   18 117 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITLEY                   18 118 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOLFE                     18 119 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODFORD                  18 120 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 19

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ACADIA                    19 001 021 6 000 2 CROWLEY
 ACADIA                    19 001 024 6 000 2 EUNICE PT
 ACADIA                    19 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 ALLEN                     19 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ASCENSION                 19 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ASSUMPTION                19 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 AVOYELLES                 19 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 BEAUREGARD                19 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 BIENVILLE                 19 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 BOSSIER                   19 008 018 5 190 1 BOSSIER CITY
 BOSSIER                   19 008 075 3 190 1 SHREVEPORT PT
 BOSSIER                   19 008 999 9 190 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 CADDO                     19 009 075 3 190 1 SHREVEPORT PT
 CADDO                     19 009 999 9 190 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 CALCASIEU                 19 010 048 4 103 1 LAKE CHARLES
 CALCASIEU                 19 010 081 6 103 1 SULPHUR
 CALCASIEU                 19 010 999 9 103 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 CALDWELL                  19 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 CAMERON                   19 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 CATAHOULA                 19 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 CLAIBORNE                 19 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 CONCORDIA                 19 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 DE SOTO                   19 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 EAST BATON ROUGE          19 017 012 3 020 1 BATON ROUGE
 EAST BATON ROUGE          19 017 999 9 020 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 EAST CARROLL              19 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 EAST FELICIANA            19 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 EVANGELINE                19 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 FRANKLIN                  19 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 GRANT                     19 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 IBERIA                    19 023 063 5 000 2 NEW IBERIA
 IBERIA                    19 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 IBERVILLE                 19 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 JACKSON                   19 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 JEFFERSON                 19 026 027 6 136 1 GRETNA
 JEFFERSON                 19 026 033 6 136 1 HARAHAN
 JEFFERSON                 19 026 042 5 136 1 KENNER
 JEFFERSON                 19 026 090 6 136 1 WESTWEGO
 JEFFERSON                 19 026 999 9 136 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 JEFFERSON DAVIS           19 027 039 6 000 2 JENNINGS
 JEFFERSON DAVIS           19 027 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 LAFAYETTE                 19 028 045 4 101 1 LAFAYETTE
 LAFAYETTE                 19 028 999 9 101 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 LAFOURCHE                 19 029 084 6 000 2 THIBODAUX
 LAFOURCHE                 19 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 LA SALLE                  19 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 LINCOLN                   19 031 072 6 000 2 RUSTON
 LINCOLN                   19 031 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 LIVINGSTON                19 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 MADISON                   19 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 MOREHOUSE                 19 034 009 6 000 2 BASTROP
 MOREHOUSE                 19 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 NATCHITOCHES              19 035 060 6 000 2 NATCHITOCHES
 NATCHITOCHES              19 035 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 ORLEANS-NEW ORLEANS COEXT 19 036 066 1 136 1 NEW ORLEANS COEXT
 OUACHITA                  19 037 054 4 130 1 MONROE
 OUACHITA                  19 037 087 6 130 1 WEST MONROE
 OUACHITA                  19 037 999 9 130 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 PLAQUEMINES               19 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 POINTE COUPEE             19 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 RAPIDES                   19 040 006 5 000 2 ALEXANDRIA
 RAPIDES                   19 040 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 RED RIVER                 19 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 RICHLAND                  19 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 SABINE                    19 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST BERNARD                19 044 999 9 136 1 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST CHARLES                19 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST HELENA                 19 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST JAMES                  19 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST       19 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST LANDRY                 19 049 024 6 000 2 EUNICE PT
 ST LANDRY                 19 049 069 6 000 2 OPELOUSAS
 ST LANDRY                 19 049 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 ST MARTIN                 19 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 ST MARY                   19 051 057 6 000 2 MORGAN CITY
 ST MARY                   19 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 ST TAMMANY                19 052 078 6 136 1 SLIDELL
 ST TAMMANY                19 052 999 9 136 1 BALANCE OF PARISH
 TANGIPAHOA                19 053 030 6 000 2 HAMMOND
 TANGIPAHOA                19 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 TENSAS                    19 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 TERREBONNE                19 055 036 5 000 2 HOUMA
 TERREBONNE                19 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 UNION                     19 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 VERMILION                 19 057 003 6 000 2 ABBEVILLE
 VERMILION                 19 057 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 VERNON                    19 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 WASHINGTON                19 059 015 6 000 2 BOGALUSA
 WASHINGTON                19 059 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 WEBSTER                   19 060 051 6 000 2 MINDEN
 WEBSTER                   19 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF PARISH
 WEST BATON ROUGE          19 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 WEST CARROLL              19 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 WEST FELICIANA            19 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH
 WINN                      19 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE PARISH

 NCHS County Listings for State 20

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ANDROSCOGGIN              20 001 003 6 000 2 AUBURN
 ANDROSCOGGIN              20 001 018 5 000 2 LEWISTON
 ANDROSCOGGIN              20 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 AROOSTOOK                 20 002 015 6 000 2 CARIBOU
 AROOSTOOK                 20 002 024 6 000 2 PRESQUE ISLE
 AROOSTOOK                 20 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                20 003 021 4 157 1 PORTLAND
 CUMBERLAND                20 003 033 6 157 1 SOUTH PORTLAND
 CUMBERLAND                20 003 039 6 157 1 WESTBROOK
 CUMBERLAND                20 003 999 9 157 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  20 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   20 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENNEBEC                  20 006 006 6 000 2 AUGUSTA
 KENNEBEC                  20 006 036 6 000 2 WATERVILLE
 KENNEBEC                  20 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOX                      20 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   20 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OXFORD                    20 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PENOBSCOT                 20 010 009 5 000 2 BANGOR
 PENOBSCOT                 20 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PISCATAQUIS               20 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAGADAHOC                 20 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOMERSET                  20 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALDO                     20 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                20 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YORK                      20 016 012 6 000 2 BIDDEFORD
 YORK                      20 016 027 6 000 2 SACO
 YORK                      20 016 030 6 000 2 SANFORD TOWN
 YORK                      20 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 21

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALLEGANY                  21 001 021 5 000 2 CUMBERLAND
 ALLEGANY                  21 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ANNE ARUNDEL              21 002 006 5 019 1 ANNAPOLIS
 ANNE ARUNDEL              21 002 999 9 019 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BALTIMORE                 21 003 999 9 019 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BALTIMORE CITY IND        21 004 009 1 019 1 BALTIMORE CITY IND
 CALVERT                   21 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAROLINE                  21 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   21 007 999 9 019 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CECIL                     21 008 999 9 225 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLES                   21 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DORCHESTER                21 010 015 6 000 2 CAMBRIDGE
 DORCHESTER                21 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FREDERICK                 21 011 024 6 000 2 FREDERICK
 FREDERICK                 21 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARRETT                   21 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARFORD                   21 013 003 6 019 1 ABERDEEN
 HARFORD                   21 013 999 9 019 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOWARD                    21 014 999 9 019 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENT                      21 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                21 016 042 5 218 1 ROCKVILLE
 MONTGOMERY                21 016 048 6 218 1 TAKOMA PARK PT
 MONTGOMERY                21 016 999 9 218 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 012 5 218 1 BOWIE
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 018 5 218 1 COLLEGE PARK
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 027 6 218 1 GREENBELT
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 033 6 218 1 HYATTSVILLE
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 036 6 218 1 LAUREL
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 039 6 218 1 NEW CARROLLTON
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 048 6 218 1 TAKOMA PARK PT
 PRINCE GEORGES            21 017 999 9 218 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 QUEEN ANNES               21 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST MARYS                  21 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOMERSET                  21 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TALBOT                    21 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                21 022 030 5 000 2 HAGERSTOWN
 WASHINGTON                21 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WICOMICO                  21 023 045 6 000 2 SALISBURY
 WICOMICO                  21 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WORCESTER                 21 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 22

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BARNSTABLE                22 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERKSHIRE                 22 002 138 6 156 1 NORTH ADAMS
 BERKSHIRE                 22 002 150 4 156 1 PITTSFIELD
 BERKSHIRE                 22 002 999 9 156 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRISTOL                   22 003 009 5 065 1 ATTLEBORO
 BRISTOL                   22 003 060 4 065 1 FALL RIVER
 BRISTOL                   22 003 129 3 065 1 NEW BEDFORD
 BRISTOL                   22 003 174 6 065 1 SOMERSET TOWN
 BRISTOL                   22 003 189 5 065 1 TAUNTON
 BRISTOL                   22 003 999 9 065 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DUKES                     22 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ESSEX                     22 005 015 5 029 1 BEVERLY
 ESSEX                     22 005 051 5 029 1 DANVERS TOWN
 ESSEX                     22 005 072 5 029 1 GLOUCESTER
 ESSEX                     22 005 075 5 029 1 HAVERHILL
 ESSEX                     22 005 084 4 029 1 LAWRENCE
 ESSEX                     22 005 099 4 029 1 LYNN
 ESSEX                     22 005 105 6 029 1 MARBLEHEAD TOWN
 ESSEX                     22 005 117 5 029 1 METHUEN TOWN
 ESSEX                     22 005 132 6 029 1 NEWBURYPORT
 ESSEX                     22 005 147 5 029 1 PEABODY
 ESSEX                     22 005 168 5 029 1 SALEM
 ESSEX                     22 005 171 5 029 1 SAUGUS TOWN
 ESSEX                     22 005 186 6 029 1 SWAMPSCOTT TOWN
 ESSEX                     22 005 999 9 029 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  22 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 045 4 198 1 CHICOPEE
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 081 4 198 1 HOLYOKE
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 093 6 198 1 LONGMEADOW TOWN
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 180 3 198 1 SPRINGFIELD
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 204 5 198 1 WESTFIELD
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 207 5 198 1 WEST SPRINGFIELD TOWN
 HAMPDEN                   22 007 999 9 198 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAMPSHIRE                 22 008 003 5 198 1 AMHERST TOWN
 HAMPSHIRE                 22 008 141 5 198 1 NORTHAMPTON
 HAMPSHIRE                 22 008 999 9 198 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 006 4 029 1 ARLINGTON TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 012 5 029 1 BELMONT TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 018 5 029 1 BILLERICA TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 033 6 029 1 BURLINGTON TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 036 3 029 1 CAMBRIDGE
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 039 5 029 1 CHELMSFORD TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 057 5 029 1 EVERETT
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 066 4 029 1 FRAMINGHAM TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 090 5 029 1 LEXINGTON TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 096 4 029 1 LOWELL
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 102 4 029 1 MALDEN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 108 5 029 1 MARLBOROUGH
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 111 4 029 1 MEDFORD
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 114 5 029 1 MELROSE
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 123 5 029 1 NATICK TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 135 4 029 1 NEWTON
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 159 6 029 1 READING TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 177 4 029 1 SOMERVILLE
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 183 6 029 1 STONEHAM TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 192 5 029 1 WAKEFIELD TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 195 4 029 1 WALTHAM
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 198 5 029 1 WATERTOWN TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 216 6 029 1 WINCHESTER TOWN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 222 5 029 1 WOBURN
 MIDDLESEX                 22 009 999 9 029 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NANTUCKET                 22 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORFOLK                   22 011 024 5 029 1 BRAINTREE TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 030 4 029 1 BROOKLINE TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 054 5 029 1 DEDHAM TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 078 6 029 1 HOLBROOK TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 120 5 029 1 MILTON TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 126 5 029 1 NEEDHAM TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 144 5 029 1 NORWOOD TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 153 4 029 1 QUINCY
 NORFOLK                   22 011 156 5 029 1 RANDOLPH TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 201 5 029 1 WELLESLEY TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 210 4 029 1 WEYMOUTH TOWN
 NORFOLK                   22 011 999 9 029 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PLYMOUTH                  22 012 027 4 031 1 BROCKTON
 PLYMOUTH                  22 012 165 6 031 1 ROCKLAND TOWN
 PLYMOUTH                  22 012 213 6 031 1 WHITMAN TOWN
 PLYMOUTH                  22 012 999 9 031 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUFFOLK                   22 013 021 1 029 1 BOSTON
 SUFFOLK                   22 013 042 5 029 1 CHELSEA
 SUFFOLK                   22 013 162 5 029 1 REVERE
 SUFFOLK                   22 013 219 6 029 1 WINTHROP TOWN
 WORCESTER                 22 014 048 6 227 1 CLINTON TOWN
 WORCESTER                 22 014 063 5 227 1 FITCHBURG
 WORCESTER                 22 014 069 6 227 1 GARDNER
 WORCESTER                 22 014 087 5 227 1 LEOMINSTER
 WORCESTER                 22 014 225 3 227 1 WORCESTER
 WORCESTER                 22 014 999 9 227 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 23

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALCONA                    23 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALGER                     23 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEGAN                   23 003 114 5 000 2 HOLLAND PT
 ALLEGAN                   23 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALPENA                    23 004 012 6 000 2 ALPENA
 ALPENA                    23 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ANTRIM                    23 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARENAC                    23 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARAGA                    23 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARRY                     23 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAY                       23 009 021 5 021 1 BAY CITY
 BAY                       23 009 150 5 021 1 MIDLAND PT
 BAY                       23 009 999 9 021 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BENZIE                    23 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERRIEN                   23 011 024 6 000 2 BENTON HARBOR
 BERRIEN                   23 011 168 6 000 2 NILES
 BERRIEN                   23 011 210 6 000 2 ST JOSEPH
 BERRIEN                   23 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRANCH                    23 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   23 013 006 6 000 2 ALBION
 CALHOUN                   23 013 018 5 000 2 BATTLE CREEK
 CALHOUN                   23 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CASS                      23 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLEVOIX                23 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEBOYGAN                 23 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHIPPEWA                  23 017 213 6 000 2 SAULT STE MARIE
 CHIPPEWA                  23 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARE                     23 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   23 019 129 3 105 1 LANSING PT
 CLINTON                   23 019 999 9 105 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  23 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DELTA                     23 021 066 6 000 2 ESCANABA
 DELTA                     23 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DICKINSON                 23 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EATON                     23 023 129 3 105 1 LANSING PT
 EATON                     23 023 999 9 105 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EMMET                     23 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GENESEE                   23 025 075 3 068 1 FLINT
 GENESEE                   23 025 999 9 068 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GLADWIN                   23 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOGEBIC                   23 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAND TRAVERSE            23 028 228 6 000 2 TRAVERSE CITY
 GRAND TRAVERSE            23 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRATIOT                   23 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HILLSDALE                 23 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOUGHTON                  23 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HURON                     23 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 INGHAM                    23 033 060 5 105 1 EAST LANSING
 INGHAM                    23 033 129 3 105 1 LANSING PT
 INGHAM                    23 033 999 9 105 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 IONIA                     23 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IOSCO                     23 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IRON                      23 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ISABELLA                  23 037 159 6 000 2 MOUNT PLEASANT
 ISABELLA                  23 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   23 038 120 5 091 1 JACKSON
 JACKSON                   23 038 999 9 091 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KALAMAZOO                 23 039 123 4 096 1 KALAMAZOO
 KALAMAZOO                 23 039 186 5 096 1 PORTAGE
 KALAMAZOO                 23 039 999 9 096 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KALKASKA                  23 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENT                      23 041 057 6 078 1 EAST GRAND RAPIDS
 KENT                      23 041 087 3 078 1 GRAND RAPIDS
 KENT                      23 041 090 6 078 1 GRANDVILLE
 KENT                      23 041 126 6 078 1 KENTWOOD
 KENT                      23 041 237 6 078 1 WALKER
 KENT                      23 041 252 4 078 1 WYOMING
 KENT                      23 041 999 9 078 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KEWEENAW                  23 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      23 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAPEER                    23 044 999 9 068 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEELANAU                  23 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LENAWEE                   23 046 003 6 000 2 ADRIAN
 LENAWEE                   23 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LIVINGSTON                23 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LUCE                      23 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACKINAC                  23 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACOMB                    23 050 039 6 057 1 CENTER LINE
 MACOMB                    23 050 054 5 057 1 EAST DETROIT
 MACOMB                    23 050 078 6 057 1 FRASER
 MACOMB                    23 050 156 6 057 1 MOUNT CLEMENS
 MACOMB                    23 050 198 4 057 1 ROSEVILLE
 MACOMB                    23 050 207 4 057 1 ST CLAIR SHORES
 MACOMB                    23 050 222 4 057 1 STERLING HEIGHTS
 MACOMB                    23 050 240 3 057 1 WARREN
 MACOMB                    23 050 999 9 057 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MANISTEE                  23 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARQUETTE                 23 052 141 6 000 2 MARQUETTE
 MARQUETTE                 23 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MASON                     23 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MECOSTA                   23 054 033 6 000 2 BIG RAPIDS
 MECOSTA                   23 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MENOMINEE                 23 055 147 6 000 2 MENOMINEE
 MENOMINEE                 23 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MIDLAND                   23 056 150 5 000 2 MIDLAND PT
 MIDLAND                   23 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MISSAUKEE                 23 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    23 058 153 6 207 1 MONROE
 MONROE                    23 058 999 9 207 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONTCALM                  23 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTMORENCY               23 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUSKEGON                  23 061 162 5 133 1 MUSKEGON
 MUSKEGON                  23 061 165 6 133 1 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS
 MUSKEGON                  23 061 171 6 133 1 NORTON SHORES
 MUSKEGON                  23 061 999 9 133 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEWAYGO                   23 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OAKLAND                   23 063 027 6 057 1 BERKLEY
 OAKLAND                   23 063 030 6 057 1 BEVERLY HILLS
 OAKLAND                   23 063 036 5 057 1 BIRMINGHAM
 OAKLAND                   23 063 042 6 057 1 CLAWSON
 OAKLAND                   23 063 069 6 057 1 FARMINGTON
 OAKLAND                   23 063 072 5 057 1 FERNDALE
 OAKLAND                   23 063 108 6 057 1 HAZEL PARK
 OAKLAND                   23 063 138 5 057 1 MADISON HEIGHTS
 OAKLAND                   23 063 174 5 057 1 OAK PARK
 OAKLAND                   23 063 183 4 057 1 PONTIAC
 OAKLAND                   23 063 201 4 057 1 ROYAL OAK
 OAKLAND                   23 063 216 4 057 1 SOUTHFIELD
 OAKLAND                   23 063 234 5 057 1 TROY
 OAKLAND                   23 063 999 9 057 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OCEANA                    23 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OGEMAW                    23 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ONTONAGON                 23 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSCEOLA                   23 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSCODA                    23 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTSEGO                    23 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTTAWA                    23 070 084 6 078 1 GRAND HAVEN
 OTTAWA                    23 070 114 5 078 1 HOLLAND PT
 OTTAWA                    23 070 999 9 078 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRESQUE ISLE              23 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROSCOMMON                 23 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAGINAW                   23 073 204 4 172 1 SAGINAW
 SAGINAW                   23 073 999 9 172 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST CLAIR                  23 074 189 5 000 2 PORT HURON
 ST CLAIR                  23 074 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST JOSEPH                 23 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANILAC                   23 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCHOOLCRAFT               23 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHIAWASSEE                23 078 177 6 000 2 OWOSSO
 SHIAWASSEE                23 078 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TUSCOLA                   23 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VAN BUREN                 23 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHTENAW                 23 081 015 4 011 1 ANN ARBOR
 WASHTENAW                 23 081 255 5 011 1 YPSILANTI
 WASHTENAW                 23 081 999 9 011 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAYNE                     23 082 009 5 057 1 ALLEN PARK
 WAYNE                     23 082 045 3 057 1 DEARBORN
 WAYNE                     23 082 048 4 057 1 DEARBORN HEIGHTS
 WAYNE                     23 082 051 0 057 1 DETROIT
 WAYNE                     23 082 063 6 057 1 ECORSE
 WAYNE                     23 082 081 5 057 1 GARDEN CITY
 WAYNE                     23 082 093 6 057 1 GROSSE POINTE FARMS
 WAYNE                     23 082 096 6 057 1 GROSSE POINTE PARK
 WAYNE                     23 082 099 6 057 1 GROSSE POINTE WOODS
 WAYNE                     23 082 102 5 057 1 HAMTRAMCK
 WAYNE                     23 082 105 6 057 1 HARPER WOODS
 WAYNE                     23 082 111 5 057 1 HIGHLAND PARK
 WAYNE                     23 082 117 5 057 1 INKSTER
 WAYNE                     23 082 132 4 057 1 LINCOLN PARK
 WAYNE                     23 082 135 3 057 1 LIVONIA
 WAYNE                     23 082 144 6 057 1 MELVINDALE
 WAYNE                     23 082 180 6 057 1 PLYMOUTH
 WAYNE                     23 082 192 6 057 1 RIVER ROUGE
 WAYNE                     23 082 195 6 057 1 RIVERVIEW
 WAYNE                     23 082 219 5 057 1 SOUTHGATE
 WAYNE                     23 082 225 4 057 1 TAYLOR
 WAYNE                     23 082 231 6 057 1 TRENTON
 WAYNE                     23 082 243 6 057 1 WAYNE
 WAYNE                     23 082 246 4 057 1 WESTLAND
 WAYNE                     23 082 249 5 057 1 WYANDOTTE
 WAYNE                     23 082 999 9 057 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WEXFORD                   23 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 24

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 AITKIN                    24 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANOKA                     24 002 006 6 127 1 ANOKA
 ANOKA                     24 002 015 6 127 1 BLAINE PT
 ANOKA                     24 002 033 6 127 1 COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
 ANOKA                     24 002 036 5 127 1 COON RAPIDS
 ANOKA                     24 002 060 5 127 1 FRIDLEY
 ANOKA                     24 002 999 9 127 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BECKER                    24 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BELTRAMI                  24 004 012 6 000 2 BEMIDJI
 BELTRAMI                  24 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BENTON                    24 005 126 5 000 2 ST CLOUD PT
 BENTON                    24 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BIG STONE                 24 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLUE EARTH                24 007 078 5 000 2 MANKATO
 BLUE EARTH                24 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BROWN                     24 008 099 6 000 2 NEW ULM
 BROWN                     24 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARLTON                   24 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARVER                    24 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      24 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHIPPEWA                  24 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHISAGO                   24 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      24 014 090 5 066 1 MOORHEAD
 CLAY                      24 014 999 9 066 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLEARWATER                24 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COOK                      24 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COTTONWOOD                24 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CROW WING                 24 018 021 6 000 2 BRAINERD
 CROW WING                 24 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DAKOTA                    24 019 030 6 127 1 BURNSVILLE
 DAKOTA                    24 019 066 6 127 1 HASTINGS PT
 DAKOTA                    24 019 075 6 127 1 INVER GROVE HEIGHTS
 DAKOTA                    24 019 138 5 127 1 SOUTH ST PAUL
 DAKOTA                    24 019 147 6 127 1 WEST ST PAUL
 DAKOTA                    24 019 999 9 127 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DODGE                     24 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   24 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FARIBAULT                 24 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FILLMORE                  24 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREEBORN                  24 024 003 6 000 2 ALBERT LEA
 FREEBORN                  24 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GOODHUE                   24 025 111 6 000 2 RED WING
 GOODHUE                   24 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRANT                     24 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 018 4 127 1 BLOOMINGTON
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 024 5 127 1 BROOKLYN CENTER
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 027 5 127 1 BROOKLYN PARK
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 042 5 127 1 CRYSTAL
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 048 5 127 1 EDINA
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 063 6 127 1 GOLDEN VALLEY
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 072 6 127 1 HOPKINS
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 084 2 127 1 MINNEAPOLIS
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 087 5 127 1 MINNETONKA
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 096 6 127 1 NEW HOPE
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 108 6 127 1 PLYMOUTH
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 114 5 127 1 RICHFIELD
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 117 6 127 1 ROBBINSDALE
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 129 5 127 1 ST LOUIS PARK
 HENNEPIN                  24 027 999 9 127 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOUSTON                   24 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUBBARD                   24 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ISANTI                    24 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ITASCA                    24 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   24 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KANABEC                   24 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KANDIYOHI                 24 034 153 6 000 2 WILLMAR
 KANDIYOHI                 24 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KITTSON                   24 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KOOCHICHING               24 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAC QUI PARLE             24 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      24 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE OF THE WOODS         24 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LE SUEUR                  24 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   24 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LYON                      24 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC LEOD                   24 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAHNOMEN                  24 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  24 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARTIN                    24 046 051 6 000 2 FAIRMONT
 MARTIN                    24 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MEEKER                    24 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLE LACS                24 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORRISON                  24 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MOWER                     24 050 009 5 000 2 AUSTIN
 MOWER                     24 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MURRAY                    24 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NICOLLET                  24 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOBLES                    24 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORMAN                    24 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OLMSTED                   24 055 120 4 168 1 ROCHESTER
 OLMSTED                   24 055 999 9 168 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OTTER TAIL                24 056 057 6 000 2 FERGUS FALLS
 OTTER TAIL                24 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PENNINGTON                24 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PINE                      24 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIPESTONE                 24 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      24 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POPE                      24 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RAMSEY                    24 062 015 6 127 1 BLAINE PT
 RAMSEY                    24 062 081 5 127 1 MAPLEWOOD
 RAMSEY                    24 062 093 6 127 1 NEW BRIGHTON
 RAMSEY                    24 062 102 6 127 1 NORTH ST PAUL
 RAMSEY                    24 062 123 5 127 1 ROSEVILLE
 RAMSEY                    24 062 132 2 127 1 ST PAUL
 RAMSEY                    24 062 135 6 127 1 SHOREVIEW
 RAMSEY                    24 062 150 6 127 1 WHITE BEAR LAKE PT
 RAMSEY                    24 062 999 9 127 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RED LAKE                  24 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 REDWOOD                   24 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RENVILLE                  24 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICE                      24 066 054 6 000 2 FARIBAULT
 RICE                      24 066 100 6 000 2 NORTHFIELD
 RICE                      24 066 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCK                      24 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROSEAU                    24 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST LOUIS                  24 069 045 3 059 1 DULUTH
 ST LOUIS                  24 069 069 6 059 1 HIBBING
 ST LOUIS                  24 069 144 6 059 1 VIRGINIA
 ST LOUIS                  24 069 999 9 059 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     24 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERBURNE                 24 071 126 5 000 2 ST CLOUD PT
 SHERBURNE                 24 071 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SIBLEY                    24 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEARNS                   24 073 126 5 000 2 ST CLOUD PT
 STEARNS                   24 073 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STEELE                    24 074 105 6 000 2 OWATONNA
 STEELE                    24 074 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STEVENS                   24 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWIFT                     24 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TODD                      24 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRAVERSE                  24 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WABASHA                   24 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WADENA                    24 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASECA                    24 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                24 082 039 6 127 1 COTTAGE GROVE
 WASHINGTON                24 082 066 6 127 1 HASTINGS PT
 WASHINGTON                24 082 141 6 127 1 STILLWATER
 WASHINGTON                24 082 150 6 127 1 WHITE BEAR LAKE PT
 WASHINGTON                24 082 999 9 127 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WATONWAN                  24 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILKIN                    24 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINONA                    24 085 156 5 000 2 WINONA
 WINONA                    24 085 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WRIGHT                    24 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YELLOW MEDICINE           24 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 25

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     25 001 051 6 000 2 NATCHEZ
 ADAMS                     25 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALCORN                    25 002 021 6 000 2 CORINTH
 ALCORN                    25 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 AMITE                     25 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATTALA                    25 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    25 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOLIVAR                   25 006 015 6 000 2 CLEVELAND
 BOLIVAR                   25 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   25 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   25 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHICKASAW                 25 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHOCTAW                   25 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAIBORNE                 25 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARKE                    25 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      25 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COAHOMA                   25 014 012 6 000 2 CLARKSDALE
 COAHOMA                   25 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COPIAH                    25 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COVINGTON                 25 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DE SOTO                   25 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FORREST                   25 018 033 5 000 2 HATTIESBURG PT
 FORREST                   25 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  25 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GEORGE                    25 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    25 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRENADA                   25 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   25 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  25 024 003 5 024 1 BILOXI
 HARRISON                  25 024 030 5 024 1 GULFPORT
 HARRISON                  25 024 999 9 024 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HINDS                     25 025 036 3 092 1 JACKSON PT
 HINDS                     25 025 999 9 092 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOLMES                    25 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUMPHREYS                 25 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ISSAQUENA                 25 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ITAWAMBA                  25 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   25 030 048 6 000 2 MOSS POINT
 JACKSON                   25 030 057 5 000 2 PASCAGOULA
 JACKSON                   25 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JASPER                    25 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 25 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON DAVIS           25 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JONES                     25 034 039 6 000 2 LAUREL
 JONES                     25 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KEMPER                    25 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAFAYETTE                 25 036 054 6 000 2 OXFORD
 LAFAYETTE                 25 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAMAR                     25 037 033 5 000 2 HATTIESBURG PT
 LAMAR                     25 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAUDERDALE                25 038 045 5 000 2 MERIDIAN
 LAUDERDALE                25 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  25 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEAKE                     25 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       25 041 066 6 000 2 TUPELO
 LEE                       25 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEFLORE                   25 042 027 6 000 2 GREENWOOD
 LEFLORE                   25 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   25 043 006 6 000 2 BROOKHAVEN
 LINCOLN                   25 043 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOWNDES                   25 044 018 5 000 2 COLUMBUS
 LOWNDES                   25 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MADISON                   25 045 009 6 000 2 CANTON
 MADISON                   25 045 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    25 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  25 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    25 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                25 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NESHOBA                   25 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEWTON                    25 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOXUBEE                   25 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OKTIBBEHA                 25 053 063 6 000 2 STARKVILLE
 OKTIBBEHA                 25 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PANOLA                    25 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEARL RIVER               25 055 060 6 000 2 PICAYUNE
 PEARL RIVER               25 055 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERRY                     25 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIKE                      25 057 042 6 000 2 MCCOMB
 PIKE                      25 057 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PONTOTOC                  25 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRENTISS                  25 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 QUITMAN                   25 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANKIN                    25 061 036 3 092 1 JACKSON PT
 RANKIN                    25 061 999 9 092 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     25 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHARKEY                   25 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SIMPSON                   25 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SMITH                     25 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STONE                     25 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUNFLOWER                 25 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TALLAHATCHIE              25 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TATE                      25 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TIPPAH                    25 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TISHOMINGO                25 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TUNICA                    25 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     25 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALTHALL                  25 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    25 075 069 5 000 2 VICKSBURG
 WARREN                    25 075 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                25 076 024 5 000 2 GREENVILLE
 WASHINGTON                25 076 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAYNE                     25 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   25 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILKINSON                 25 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINSTON                   25 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YALOBUSHA                 25 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YAZOO                     25 082 072 6 000 2 YAZOO CITY
 YAZOO                     25 082 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 26

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAIR                     26 001 069 6 000 2 KIRKSVILLE
 ADAIR                     26 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ANDREW                    26 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATCHISON                  26 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AUDRAIN                   26 004 090 6 000 2 MEXICO
 AUDRAIN                   26 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BARRY                     26 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARTON                    26 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BATES                     26 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    26 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOLLINGER                 26 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOONE                     26 010 027 4 046 1 COLUMBIA
 BOONE                     26 010 999 9 046 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BUCHANAN                  26 011 117 4 173 1 ST JOSEPH
 BUCHANAN                  26 011 999 9 173 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BUTLER                    26 012 099 6 000 2 POPLAR BLUFF
 BUTLER                    26 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALDWELL                  26 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALLAWAY                  26 014 039 6 000 2 FULTON
 CALLAWAY                  26 014 057 5 000 2 JEFFERSON CITY PT
 CALLAWAY                  26 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMDEN                    26 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAPE GIRARDEAU            26 016 018 5 000 2 CAPE GIRARDEAU
 CAPE GIRARDEAU            26 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARROLL                   26 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARTER                    26 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      26 019 999 9 097 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CEDAR                     26 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARITON                  26 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHRISTIAN                 26 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     26 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      26 024 042 6 097 1 GLADSTONE
 CLAY                      26 024 054 3 097 1 INDEPENDENCE PT
 CLAY                      26 024 066 1 097 1 KANSAS CITY PT
 CLAY                      26 024 081 6 097 1 LIBERTY
 CLAY                      26 024 999 9 097 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLINTON                   26 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLE                      26 026 057 5 000 2 JEFFERSON CITY PT
 COLE                      26 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COOPER                    26 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  26 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DADE                      26 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DALLAS                    26 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIESS                   26 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DE KALB                   26 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DENT                      26 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   26 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUNKLIN                   26 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  26 036 999 9 174 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GASCONADE                 26 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GENTRY                    26 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    26 039 129 3 196 1 SPRINGFIELD
 GREENE                    26 039 999 9 196 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRUNDY                    26 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  26 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     26 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HICKORY                   26 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOLT                      26 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWARD                    26 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWELL                    26 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IRON                      26 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   26 048 045 6 097 1 GRANDVIEW
 JACKSON                   26 048 054 3 097 1 INDEPENDENCE PT
 JACKSON                   26 048 066 1 097 1 KANSAS CITY PT
 JACKSON                   26 048 078 6 097 1 LEES SUMMIT
 JACKSON                   26 048 102 5 097 1 RAYTOWN
 JACKSON                   26 048 999 9 097 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JASPER                    26 049 021 6 000 2 CARTHAGE
 JASPER                    26 049 063 5 000 2 JOPLIN PT
 JASPER                    26 049 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 26 050 999 9 174 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   26 051 135 6 000 2 WARRENSBURG
 JOHNSON                   26 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOX                      26 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LACLEDE                   26 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAFAYETTE                 26 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  26 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS                     26 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   26 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINN                      26 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIVINGSTON                26 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC DONALD                 26 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACON                     26 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   26 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARIES                    26 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    26 064 048 6 000 2 HANNIBAL PT
 MARION                    26 064 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MERCER                    26 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLER                    26 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MISSISSIPPI               26 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONITEAU                  26 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    26 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                26 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    26 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEW MADRID                26 072 126 6 000 2 SIKESTON PT
 NEW MADRID                26 072 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEWTON                    26 073 063 5 000 2 JOPLIN PT
 NEWTON                    26 073 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NODAWAY                   26 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OREGON                    26 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSAGE                     26 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OZARK                     26 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEMISCOT                  26 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERRY                     26 079 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PETTIS                    26 080 123 6 000 2 SEDALIA
 PETTIS                    26 080 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PHELPS                    26 081 108 6 000 2 ROLLA
 PHELPS                    26 081 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PIKE                      26 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PLATTE                    26 083 066 1 097 1 KANSAS CITY PT
 PLATTE                    26 083 999 9 097 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POLK                      26 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI                   26 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    26 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RALLS                     26 087 048 6 000 2 HANNIBAL PT
 RALLS                     26 087 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  26 088 093 6 000 2 MOBERLY
 RANDOLPH                  26 088 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RAY                       26 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 REYNOLDS                  26 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RIPLEY                    26 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST CHARLES                26 092 114 5 174 1 ST CHARLES
 ST CHARLES                26 092 999 9 174 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST CLAIR                  26 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST FRANCOIS               26 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 003 6 174 1 BALLWIN
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 006 6 174 1 BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 009 6 174 1 BERKELEY
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 012 6 174 1 BRENTWOOD
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 015 6 174 1 BRIDGETON
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 024 6 174 1 CLAYTON
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 030 6 174 1 CRESTWOOD
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 033 5 174 1 FERGUSON
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 036 4 174 1 FLORISSANT
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 051 6 174 1 HAZELWOOD
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 060 6 174 1 JENNINGS
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 072 5 174 1 KIRKWOOD
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 075 6 174 1 LADUE
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 084 6 174 1 MAPLEWOOD
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 096 6 174 1 OVERLAND
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 105 6 174 1 RICHMOND HEIGHTS
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 111 6 174 1 ST ANN
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 132 5 174 1 UNIVERSITY CITY
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 138 5 174 1 WEBSTER GROVES
 ST LOUIS                  26 095 999 9 174 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST LOUIS CITY IND         26 096 120 1 174 1 ST LOUIS CITY IND
 STE GENEVIEVE             26 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SALINE                    26 098 087 6 000 2 MARSHALL
 SALINE                    26 098 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCHUYLER                  26 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTLAND                  26 100 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTT                     26 101 126 6 000 2 SIKESTON PT
 SCOTT                     26 101 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHANNON                   26 102 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    26 103 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STODDARD                  26 104 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STONE                     26 105 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  26 106 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TANEY                     26 107 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TEXAS                     26 108 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VERNON                    26 109 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    26 110 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                26 111 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     26 112 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   26 113 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WORTH                     26 114 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WRIGHT                    26 115 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 27

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BEAVERHEAD                27 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BIG HORN                  27 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLAINE                    27 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROADWATER                27 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARBON                    27 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARTER                    27 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASCADE                   27 007 012 4 079 1 GREAT FALLS
 CASCADE                   27 007 999 9 079 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHOUTEAU                  27 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUSTER                    27 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DANIELS                   27 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAWSON                    27 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DEER LODGE                27 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FALLON                    27 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FERGUS                    27 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLATHEAD                  27 015 021 6 000 2 KALISPELL
 FLATHEAD                  27 015 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GALLATIN                  27 016 006 6 000 2 BOZEMAN
 GALLATIN                  27 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  27 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLACIER                   27 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOLDEN VALLEY             27 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANITE                   27 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HILL                      27 021 015 6 000 2 HAVRE
 HILL                      27 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 27 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JUDITH BASIN              27 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      27 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS AND CLARK           27 025 018 6 000 2 HELENA
 LEWIS AND CLARK           27 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LIBERTY                   27 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   27 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC CONE                   27 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   27 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MEAGHER                   27 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINERAL                   27 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MISSOULA                  27 032 024 5 000 2 MISSOULA
 MISSOULA                  27 032 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MUSSELSHELL               27 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PARK                      27 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PETROLEUM                 27 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHILLIPS                  27 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PONDERA                   27 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POWDER RIVER              27 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POWELL                    27 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRAIRIE                   27 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RAVALLI                   27 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHLAND                  27 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROOSEVELT                 27 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROSEBUD                   27 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANDERS                   27 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERIDAN                  27 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SILVER BOW                27 047 009 6 000 2 BUTTE
 SILVER BOW                27 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STILLWATER                27 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWEET GRASS               27 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TETON                     27 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TOOLE                     27 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TREASURE                  27 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VALLEY                    27 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHEATLAND                 27 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WIBAUX                    27 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YELLOWSTONE               27 056 003 4 023 1 BILLINGS
 YELLOWSTONE               27 056 999 9 023 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YELLOWSTONE NATL PARK     27 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 28

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     28 001 018 6 000 2 HASTINGS
 ADAMS                     28 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ANTELOPE                  28 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARTHUR                    28 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BANNER                    28 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLAINE                    28 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOONE                     28 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOX BUTTE                 28 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOYD                      28 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROWN                     28 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUFFALO                   28 010 021 6 000 2 KEARNEY
 BUFFALO                   28 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BURT                      28 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    28 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      28 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CEDAR                     28 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHASE                     28 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHERRY                    28 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEYENNE                  28 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      28 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLFAX                    28 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUMING                    28 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUSTER                    28 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAKOTA                    28 022 999 9 191 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAWES                     28 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAWSON                    28 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DEUEL                     28 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DIXON                     28 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DODGE                     28 027 012 6 000 2 FREMONT
 DODGE                     28 027 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   28 028 033 2 144 1 OMAHA
 DOUGLAS                   28 028 999 9 144 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DUNDY                     28 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FILLMORE                  28 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  28 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRONTIER                  28 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FURNAS                    28 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GAGE                      28 034 003 6 000 2 BEATRICE
 GAGE                      28 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARDEN                    28 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  28 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOSPER                    28 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     28 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREELEY                   28 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HALL                      28 040 015 5 000 2 GRAND ISLAND
 HALL                      28 040 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  28 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARLAN                    28 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAYES                     28 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HITCHCOCK                 28 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOLT                      28 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOOKER                    28 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWARD                    28 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 28 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   28 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KEARNEY                   28 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KEITH                     28 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KEYA PAHA                 28 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KIMBALL                   28 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KNOX                      28 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANCASTER                 28 055 024 3 111 1 LINCOLN
 LANCASTER                 28 055 999 9 111 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   28 056 030 6 000 2 NORTH PLATTE
 LINCOLN                   28 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOGAN                     28 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOUP                      28 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC PHERSON                28 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   28 060 027 6 000 2 NORFOLK
 MADISON                   28 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MERRICK                   28 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORRILL                   28 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NANCE                     28 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEMAHA                    28 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NUCKOLLS                  28 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTOE                      28 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAWNEE                    28 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERKINS                   28 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHELPS                    28 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIERCE                    28 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PLATTE                    28 071 009 6 000 2 COLUMBUS
 PLATTE                    28 071 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POLK                      28 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RED WILLOW                28 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHARDSON                28 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCK                      28 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SALINE                    28 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SARPY                     28 077 006 6 144 1 BELLEVUE
 SARPY                     28 077 999 9 144 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAUNDERS                  28 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTTS BLUFF              28 079 036 6 000 2 SCOTTSBLUFF
 SCOTTS BLUFF              28 079 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SEWARD                    28 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERIDAN                  28 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERMAN                   28 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SIOUX                     28 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STANTON                   28 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THAYER                    28 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THOMAS                    28 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THURSTON                  28 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VALLEY                    28 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                28 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     28 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   28 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHEELER                   28 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YORK                      28 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 29

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 CHURCHILL                 29 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     29 002 006 6 107 1 HENDERSON
 CLARK                     29 002 009 3 107 1 LAS VEGAS
 CLARK                     29 002 012 5 107 1 NORTH LAS VEGAS
 CLARK                     29 002 999 9 107 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   29 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELKO                      29 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ESMERALDA                 29 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EUREKA                    29 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUMBOLDT                  29 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANDER                    29 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   29 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LYON                      29 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINERAL                   29 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NYE                       29 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORMSBY-CARSON CITY COEXT  29 013 003 6 000 2 ORMSBY-CARSON CITY COEXT
 PERSHING                  29 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STOREY                    29 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHOE                    29 016 015 4 165 1 RENO
 WASHOE                    29 016 018 6 165 1 SPARKS
 WASHOE                    29 016 999 9 165 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHITE PINE                29 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 30

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BELKNAP                   30 001 018 6 000 2 LACONIA
 BELKNAP                   30 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARROLL                   30 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHESHIRE                  30 003 015 6 000 2 KEENE
 CHESHIRE                  30 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COOS                      30 004 003 6 000 2 BERLIN
 COOS                      30 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRAFTON                   30 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HILLSBOROUGH              30 006 021 4 120 1 MANCHESTER
 HILLSBOROUGH              30 006 024 4 120 1 NASHUA
 HILLSBOROUGH              30 006 999 9 120 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MERRIMACK                 30 007 009 5 000 2 CONCORD
 MERRIMACK                 30 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCKINGHAM                30 008 027 5 000 2 PORTSMOUTH
 ROCKINGHAM                30 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STRAFFORD                 30 009 012 6 000 2 DOVER
 STRAFFORD                 30 009 030 6 000 2 ROCHESTER
 STRAFFORD                 30 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  30 010 006 6 000 2 CLAREMONT
 SULLIVAN                  30 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 31

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ATLANTIC                  31 001 006 5 015 1 ATLANTIC CITY
 ATLANTIC                  31 001 150 6 015 1 HAMMONTON
 ATLANTIC                  31 001 225 6 015 1 MARGATE CITY
 ATLANTIC                  31 001 336 6 015 1 PLEASANTVILLE
 ATLANTIC                  31 001 432 6 015 1 VENTNOR CITY
 ATLANTIC                  31 001 999 9 015 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BERGEN                    31 002 021 5 148 1 BERGENFIELD
 BERGEN                    31 002 063 6 148 1 CLIFFSIDE PARK
 BERGEN                    31 002 081 6 148 1 DUMONT
 BERGEN                    31 002 090 6 148 1 EAST PATERSON
 BERGEN                    31 002 102 6 148 1 ENGLEWOOD
 BERGEN                    31 002 108 5 148 1 FAIR LAWN
 BERGEN                    31 002 111 6 148 1 FAIRVIEW
 BERGEN                    31 002 114 5 148 1 FORT LEE
 BERGEN                    31 002 123 5 148 1 GARFIELD
 BERGEN                    31 002 129 6 148 1 GLEN ROCK
 BERGEN                    31 002 138 5 148 1 HACKENSACK
 BERGEN                    31 002 156 6 148 1 HASBROUCK HEIGHTS
 BERGEN                    31 002 168 6 148 1 HILLSDALE
 BERGEN                    31 002 201 5 148 1 LODI
 BERGEN                    31 002 207 6 148 1 LYNDHURST TWP
 BERGEN                    31 002 231 6 148 1 MAYWOOD
 BERGEN                    31 002 270 6 148 1 NEW MILFORD
 BERGEN                    31 002 276 6 148 1 NORTH ARLINGTON
 BERGEN                    31 002 288 6 148 1 OAKLAND
 BERGEN                    31 002 300 6 148 1 PALISADES PARK
 BERGEN                    31 002 303 5 148 1 PARAMUS
 BERGEN                    31 002 351 6 148 1 RAMSEY
 BERGEN                    31 002 357 6 148 1 RIDGEFIELD
 BERGEN                    31 002 360 6 148 1 RIDGEFIELD PARK
 BERGEN                    31 002 363 5 148 1 RIDGEWOOD
 BERGEN                    31 002 369 6 148 1 RIVER EDGE
 BERGEN                    31 002 381 6 148 1 RUTHERFORD
 BERGEN                    31 002 384 6 148 1 SADDLE BROOK TWP
 BERGEN                    31 002 414 5 148 1 TEANECK TWP
 BERGEN                    31 002 417 6 148 1 TENAFLY
 BERGEN                    31 002 441 6 148 1 WALDWICK
 BERGEN                    31 002 444 6 148 1 WALLINGTON
 BERGEN                    31 002 447 6 148 1 WASHINGTON TWP
 BERGEN                    31 002 471 6 148 1 WESTWOOD
 BERGEN                    31 002 483 6 148 1 WYCKOFF TWP
 BERGEN                    31 002 999 9 148 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BURLINGTON                31 003 042 6 152 1 BURLINGTON
 BURLINGTON                31 003 057 6 152 1 CINNAMINSON TWP
 BURLINGTON                31 003 219 6 152 1 MAPLE SHADE TWP
 BURLINGTON                31 003 255 6 152 1 MOUNT HOLLY TWP
 BURLINGTON                31 003 267 5 152 1 NEW HANOVER TWP
 BURLINGTON                31 003 474 5 152 1 WILLINGBORO TWP
 BURLINGTON                31 003 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMDEN                    31 004 009 6 152 1 AUDUBON
 CAMDEN                    31 004 018 6 152 1 BELLMAWR
 CAMDEN                    31 004 045 3 152 1 CAMDEN
 CAMDEN                    31 004 054 4 152 1 CHERRY HILL TWP
 CAMDEN                    31 004 069 6 152 1 COLLINGSWOOD
 CAMDEN                    31 004 132 6 152 1 GLOUCESTER CITY
 CAMDEN                    31 004 135 5 152 1 GLOUCESTER TWP
 CAMDEN                    31 004 141 6 152 1 HADDONFIELD
 CAMDEN                    31 004 144 6 152 1 HADDON TWP
 CAMDEN                    31 004 192 6 152 1 LINDENWOLD
 CAMDEN                    31 004 315 5 152 1 PENNSAUKEN TWP
 CAMDEN                    31 004 378 6 152 1 RUNNEMEDE
 CAMDEN                    31 004 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAPE MAY                  31 005 291 6 000 2 OCEAN CITY
 CAPE MAY                  31 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                31 006 036 6 216 1 BRIDGETON
 CUMBERLAND                31 006 246 6 216 1 MILLVILLE
 CUMBERLAND                31 006 438 5 216 1 VINELAND
 CUMBERLAND                31 006 999 9 216 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ESSEX                     31 007 015 5 138 1 BELLEVILLE
 ESSEX                     31 007 027 4 138 1 BLOOMFIELD
 ESSEX                     31 007 051 6 138 1 CEDAR GROVE TWP
 ESSEX                     31 007 087 4 138 1 EAST ORANGE
 ESSEX                     31 007 177 4 138 1 IRVINGTON
 ESSEX                     31 007 198 5 138 1 LIVINGSTON TWP
 ESSEX                     31 007 222 6 138 1 MAPLEWOOD TWP
 ESSEX                     31 007 243 6 138 1 MILLBURN TWP
 ESSEX                     31 007 249 5 138 1 MONTCLAIR
 ESSEX                     31 007 261 2 138 1 NEWARK
 ESSEX                     31 007 285 5 138 1 NUTLEY
 ESSEX                     31 007 297 5 138 1 ORANGE
 ESSEX                     31 007 399 6 138 1 SOUTH ORANGE
 ESSEX                     31 007 435 6 138 1 VERONA
 ESSEX                     31 007 456 6 138 1 WEST CALDWELL
 ESSEX                     31 007 465 5 138 1 WEST ORANGE
 ESSEX                     31 007 999 9 138 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GLOUCESTER                31 008 126 6 152 1 GLASSBORO
 GLOUCESTER                31 008 330 6 152 1 PITMAN
 GLOUCESTER                31 008 480 6 152 1 WOODBURY
 GLOUCESTER                31 008 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HUDSON                    31 009 012 4 094 1 BAYONNE
 HUDSON                    31 009 153 6 094 1 HARRISON
 HUDSON                    31 009 174 5 094 1 HOBOKEN
 HUDSON                    31 009 180 2 094 1 JERSEY CITY
 HUDSON                    31 009 183 5 094 1 KEARNY
 HUDSON                    31 009 279 5 094 1 NORTH BERGEN TWP
 HUDSON                    31 009 393 6 094 1 SECAUCUS
 HUDSON                    31 009 426 4 094 1 UNION CITY
 HUDSON                    31 009 453 6 094 1 WEEHAWKEN TWP
 HUDSON                    31 009 462 5 094 1 WEST NEW YORK
 HUDSON                    31 009 999 9 094 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HUNTERDON                 31 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    31 011 105 5 209 1 EWING TWP
 MERCER                    31 011 147 4 209 1 HAMILTON TWP
 MERCER                    31 011 345 6 209 1 PRINCETON
 MERCER                    31 011 423 3 209 1 TRENTON
 MERCER                    31 011 999 9 209 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 048 6 &&& 2 CARTERET
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 084 5 &&& 2 EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 096 4 &&& 2 EDISON TWP
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 165 6 &&& 2 HIGHLAND PARK
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 213 5 &&& 2 MADISON TWP
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 234 6 &&& 2 METUCHEN
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 237 6 &&& 2 MIDDLESEX
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 264 5 &&& 2 NEW BRUNSWICK
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 321 5 &&& 2 PERTH AMBOY
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 327 5 &&& 2 PISCATAWAY TWP
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 387 5 &&& 2 SAYREVILLE
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 402 6 &&& 2 SOUTH PLAINFIELD
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 405 6 &&& 2 SOUTH RIVER
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 477 4 &&& 2 WOODBRIDGE TWP
 MIDDLESEX                 31 012 999 9 &&& 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 003 6 000 2 ASBURY PARK
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 093 6 000 2 EATONTOWN
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 120 6 000 2 FREEHOLD
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 162 6 000 2 HAZLET TWP
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 204 5 000 2 LONG BRANCH
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 228 6 000 2 MATAWAN TWP
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 240 4 000 2 MIDDLETOWN TWP
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 258 5 000 2 NEPTUNE TWP
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 294 6 000 2 OCEAN TWP
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 354 6 000 2 RED BANK
 MONMOUTH                  31 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORRIS                    31 014 075 6 138 1 DOVER
 MORRIS                    31 014 210 6 138 1 MADISON
 MORRIS                    31 014 252 6 138 1 MORRISTOWN
 MORRIS                    31 014 306 4 138 1 PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
 MORRIS                    31 014 318 6 138 1 PEQUANNOCK TWP
 MORRIS                    31 014 999 9 138 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OCEAN                     31 015 033 5 000 2 BRICK TWP
 OCEAN                     31 015 078 5 000 2 DOVER TWP
 OCEAN                     31 015 186 5 000 2 LAKEWOOD TWP
 OCEAN                     31 015 339 6 000 2 POINT PLEASANT
 OCEAN                     31 015 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PASSAIC                   31 016 066 4 148 1 CLIFTON
 PASSAIC                   31 016 159 6 148 1 HAWTHORNE
 PASSAIC                   31 016 195 6 148 1 LITTLE FALLS TWP
 PASSAIC                   31 016 309 4 148 1 PASSAIC
 PASSAIC                   31 016 312 3 148 1 PATERSON
 PASSAIC                   31 016 342 6 148 1 POMPTON LAKES
 PASSAIC                   31 016 366 6 148 1 RINGWOOD
 PASSAIC                   31 016 420 6 148 1 TOTOWA
 PASSAIC                   31 016 450 5 148 1 WAYNE TWP
 PASSAIC                   31 016 468 6 148 1 WEST PATERSON
 PASSAIC                   31 016 999 9 148 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SALEM                     31 017 999 9 225 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOMERSET                  31 018 030 6 &&& 2 BOUND BROOK
 SOMERSET                  31 018 039 5 &&& 2 BRIDGEWATER TWP
 SOMERSET                  31 018 117 5 &&& 2 FRANKLIN TWP
 SOMERSET                  31 018 216 6 &&& 2 MANVILLE
 SOMERSET                  31 018 282 6 &&& 2 NORTH PLAINFIELD
 SOMERSET                  31 018 396 6 &&& 2 SOMERVILLE
 SOMERSET                  31 018 999 9 &&& 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUSSEX                    31 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     31 020 024 6 138 1 BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
 UNION                     31 020 060 6 138 1 CLARK TWP
 UNION                     31 020 072 5 138 1 CRANFORD TWP
 UNION                     31 020 099 3 138 1 ELIZABETH
 UNION                     31 020 171 6 138 1 HILLSIDE TWP
 UNION                     31 020 189 5 138 1 LINDEN
 UNION                     31 020 273 6 138 1 NEW PROVIDENCE
 UNION                     31 020 333 5 138 1 PLAINFIELD
 UNION                     31 020 348 5 138 1 RAHWAY
 UNION                     31 020 372 6 138 1 ROSELLE
 UNION                     31 020 375 6 138 1 ROSELLE PARK
 UNION                     31 020 390 6 138 1 SCOTCH PLAINS TWP
 UNION                     31 020 408 6 138 1 SPRINGFIELD TWP
 UNION                     31 020 411 6 138 1 SUMMIT
 UNION                     31 020 429 4 138 1 UNION TWP
 UNION                     31 020 459 5 138 1 WESTFIELD
 UNION                     31 020 999 9 138 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    31 021 324 6 006 1 PHILLIPSBURG
 WARREN                    31 021 999 9 006 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 32

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BERNALILLO                32 001 006 3 005 1 ALBUQUERQUE
 BERNALILLO                32 001 999 9 005 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CATRON                    32 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHAVES                    32 003 033 5 000 2 ROSWELL
 CHAVES                    32 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLFAX                    32 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CURRY                     32 005 015 5 000 2 CLOVIS
 CURRY                     32 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE BACA                   32 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DONA ANA                  32 007 027 5 000 2 LAS CRUCES
 DONA ANA                  32 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDDY                      32 008 009 6 000 2 ARTESIA
 EDDY                      32 008 012 6 000 2 CARLSBAD
 EDDY                      32 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRANT                     32 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GUADALUPE                 32 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDING                   32 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HIDALGO                   32 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEA                       32 013 024 5 000 2 HOBBS
 LEA                       32 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   32 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOS ALAMOS                32 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LUNA                      32 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC KINLEY                 32 017 021 6 000 2 GALLUP
 MC KINLEY                 32 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORA                      32 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTERO                     32 019 003 6 000 2 ALAMOGORDO
 OTERO                     32 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 QUAY                      32 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RIO ARRIBA                32 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROOSEVELT                 32 022 030 6 000 2 PORTALES
 ROOSEVELT                 32 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANDOVAL                  32 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN JUAN                  32 024 018 6 000 2 FARMINGTON
 SAN JUAN                  32 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN MIGUEL                32 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANTA FE                  32 026 036 5 000 2 SANTA FE
 SANTA FE                  32 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SIERRA                    32 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOCORRO                   32 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAOS                      32 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TORRANCE                  32 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     32 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VALENCIA                  32 032 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 33

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALBANY                    33 001 003 3 004 1 ALBANY C
 ALBANY                    33 001 036 6 004 1 COHOES C
 ALBANY                    33 001 267 6 004 1 WATERVLIET C
 ALBANY                    33 001 999 9 004 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALLEGANY                  33 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROOME                    33 003 021 4 025 1 BINGHAMTON C
 BROOME                    33 003 060 6 025 1 ENDICOTT V
 BROOME                    33 003 108 6 025 1 JOHNSON CITY V
 BROOME                    33 003 999 9 025 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CATTARAUGUS               33 004 183 6 000 2 OLEAN C
 CATTARAUGUS               33 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAYUGA                    33 005 009 5 000 2 AUBURN C
 CAYUGA                    33 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHAUTAUQUA                33 006 051 6 000 2 DUNKIRK C
 CHAUTAUQUA                33 006 066 6 000 2 FREDONIA
 CHAUTAUQUA                33 006 105 5 000 2 JAMESTOWN C
 CHAUTAUQUA                33 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHEMUNG                   33 007 057 5 000 2 ELMIRA C
 CHEMUNG                   33 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHENANGO                  33 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   33 009 204 6 000 2 PLATTSBURG C
 CLINTON                   33 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  33 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CORTLAND                  33 011 042 6 000 2 CORTLAND C
 CORTLAND                  33 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  33 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUTCHESS                  33 013 018 6 000 2 BEACON C
 DUTCHESS                  33 013 210 5 000 2 POUGHKEEPSIE C
 DUTCHESS                  33 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ERIE                      33 014 030 2 034 1 BUFFALO C
 ERIE                      33 014 045 6 034 1 DEPEW V
 ERIE                      33 014 093 6 034 1 HAMBURG
 ERIE                      33 014 114 6 034 1 KENMORE V
 ERIE                      33 014 120 5 034 1 LACKAWANNA C
 ERIE                      33 014 123 6 034 1 LANCASTER V
 ERIE                      33 014 252 6 034 1 TONAWANDA C
 ERIE                      33 014 999 9 034 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ESSEX                     33 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  33 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FULTON                    33 017 087 6 000 2 GLOVERSVILLE C
 FULTON                    33 017 111 6 000 2 JOHNSTOWN C
 FULTON                    33 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GENESEE                   33 018 015 6 000 2 BATAVIA C
 GENESEE                   33 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GREENE                    33 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  33 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HERKIMER                  33 021 999 9 214 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 33 022 264 5 000 2 WATERTOWN C
 JEFFERSON                 33 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEWIS                     33 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIVINGSTON                33 024 999 9 169 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   33 025 186 6 201 1 ONEIDA C
 MADISON                   33 025 999 9 201 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    33 026 222 2 169 1 ROCHESTER C
 MONROE                    33 026 999 9 169 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                33 027 006 5 000 2 AMSTERDAM C
 MONTGOMERY                33 027 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NASSAU                    33 028 054 6 137 1 EAST ROCKAWAY V
 NASSAU                    33 028 063 6 137 1 FLORAL PARK V
 NASSAU                    33 028 069 5 137 1 FREEPORT V
 NASSAU                    33 028 075 5 137 1 GARDEN CITY V
 NASSAU                    33 028 081 5 137 1 GLEN COVE C
 NASSAU                    33 028 090 6 137 1 GREAT NECK V
 NASSAU                    33 028 096 5 137 1 HEMPSTEAD V
 NASSAU                    33 028 132 5 137 1 LONG BEACH C
 NASSAU                    33 028 135 6 137 1 LYNBROOK V
 NASSAU                    33 028 138 6 137 1 MALVERNE
 NASSAU                    33 028 147 6 137 1 MASSAPEQUA PARK V
 NASSAU                    33 028 156 6 137 1 MINEOLA V
 NASSAU                    33 028 168 6 137 1 NEW HYDE PK V
 NASSAU                    33 028 225 5 137 1 ROCKVILLE CTR V
 NASSAU                    33 028 261 5 137 1 VALLEY STREAM V
 NASSAU                    33 028 270 6 137 1 WESTBURY V
 NASSAU                    33 028 999 9 137 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEW YORK CITY             33 029 024 0 137 1 BRONX BOR BRONX
 NEW YORK CITY             33 029 027 0 137 1 BROOKLYN BOR KINGS
 NEW YORK CITY             33 029 144 0 137 1 MANHATTAN BOR N Y
 NEW YORK CITY             33 029 213 0 137 1 QUEENS BOR QUEENS
 NEW YORK CITY             33 029 219 0 137 1 RICHMOND BOR RICHMOND
 NIAGARA                   33 030 129 5 034 1 LOCKPORT C
 NIAGARA                   33 030 174 4 034 1 NIAGARA FALLS C
 NIAGARA                   33 030 177 5 034 1 NORTH TONAWANDA C
 NIAGARA                   33 030 999 9 034 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ONEIDA                    33 031 228 4 214 1 ROME C
 ONEIDA                    33 031 258 4 214 1 UTICA C
 ONEIDA                    33 031 999 9 214 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ONONDAGA                  33 032 246 3 201 1 SYRACUSE C
 ONONDAGA                  33 032 999 9 201 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ONTARIO                   33 033 033 6 000 2 CANANDAIGUA
 ONTARIO                   33 033 078 6 000 2 GENEVA C
 ONTARIO                   33 033 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ORANGE                    33 034 153 6 000 2 MIDDLETOWN C
 ORANGE                    33 034 165 5 000 2 NEWBURGH C
 ORANGE                    33 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ORLEANS                   33 035 999 9 169 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OSWEGO                    33 036 072 6 201 1 FULTON C
 OSWEGO                    33 036 195 6 201 1 OSWEGO C
 OSWEGO                    33 036 999 9 201 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OTSEGO                    33 037 189 6 000 2 ONEONTA C
 OTSEGO                    33 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    33 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RENSSELAER                33 039 216 6 004 1 RENSSELAER C
 RENSSELAER                33 039 255 4 004 1 TROY C
 RENSSELAER                33 039 999 9 004 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCKLAND                  33 040 243 6 137 1 SPRING VALLEY
 ROCKLAND                  33 040 999 9 137 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ST LAWRENCE               33 041 150 6 000 2 MASSENA V
 ST LAWRENCE               33 041 180 6 000 2 OGDENSBURG C
 ST LAWRENCE               33 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SARATOGA                  33 042 234 6 004 1 SARATOGA SPRINGS C
 SARATOGA                  33 042 999 9 004 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCHENECTADY               33 043 240 4 004 1 SCHENECTADY C
 SCHENECTADY               33 043 999 9 004 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCHOHARIE                 33 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCHUYLER                  33 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SENECA                    33 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEUBEN                   33 047 039 6 000 2 CORNING C
 STEUBEN                   33 047 099 6 000 2 HORNELL C
 STEUBEN                   33 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUFFOLK                   33 048 012 6 137 1 BABYLON V
 SUFFOLK                   33 048 126 5 137 1 LINDENHURST V
 SUFFOLK                   33 048 198 6 137 1 PACHOGUE
 SUFFOLK                   33 048 999 9 137 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  33 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TIOGA                     33 050 999 9 025 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TOMPKINS                  33 051 102 5 000 2 ITHACA C
 TOMPKINS                  33 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ULSTER                    33 052 117 5 000 2 KINGSTON C
 ULSTER                    33 052 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    33 053 084 6 000 2 GLENS FALLS C
 WARREN                    33 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                33 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     33 055 162 6 169 1 NEWARK V
 WAYNE                     33 055 999 9 169 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 048 6 137 1 DOBBS FERRY
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 141 6 137 1 MAMARONECK V
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 159 4 137 1 MOUNT VERNON C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 171 4 137 1 NEW ROCHELLE C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 192 6 137 1 OSSINING V
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 201 6 137 1 PEEKSKILL C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 207 5 137 1 PORT CHESTER V
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 231 6 137 1 RYE C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 237 6 137 1 SCARSDALE V
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 249 6 137 1 TARRYTOWN V
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 273 4 137 1 WHITE PLAINS C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 276 3 137 1 YONKERS C
 WESTCHESTER               33 056 999 9 137 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WYOMING                   33 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YATES                     33 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 34

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALAMANCE                  34 001 012 5 000 2 BURLINGTON
 ALAMANCE                  34 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALEXANDER                 34 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEGHANY                 34 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANSON                     34 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ASHE                      34 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AVERY                     34 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEAUFORT                  34 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERTIE                    34 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLADEN                    34 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRUNSWICK                 34 010 999 9 226 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUNCOMBE                  34 011 009 4 013 1 ASHEVILLE
 BUNCOMBE                  34 011 999 9 013 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BURKE                     34 012 051 6 000 2 HICKORY PT
 BURKE                     34 012 075 6 000 2 MORGANTON
 BURKE                     34 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CABARRUS                  34 013 021 6 000 2 CONCORD
 CABARRUS                  34 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALDWELL                  34 014 063 6 000 2 LENOIR
 CALDWELL                  34 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMDEN                    34 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARTERET                  34 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASWELL                   34 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CATAWBA                   34 018 051 6 000 2 HICKORY PT
 CATAWBA                   34 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHATHAM                   34 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  34 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHOWAN                    34 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      34 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEVELAND                 34 023 099 6 000 2 SHELBY
 CLEVELAND                 34 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBUS                  34 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAVEN                    34 025 078 6 000 2 NEW BERN
 CRAVEN                    34 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                34 026 033 4 067 1 FAYETTEVILLE
 CUMBERLAND                34 026 999 9 067 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CURRITUCK                 34 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DARE                      34 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIDSON                  34 029 054 4 000 2 HIGH POINT PT
 DAVIDSON                  34 029 066 6 000 2 LEXINGTON
 DAVIDSON                  34 029 105 6 000 2 THOMASVILLE
 DAVIDSON                  34 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DAVIE                     34 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUPLIN                    34 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DURHAM                    34 032 015 5 060 1 CHAPEL HILL PT
 DURHAM                    34 032 024 4 060 1 DURHAM
 DURHAM                    34 032 999 9 060 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDGECOMBE                 34 033 090 5 000 2 ROCKY MOUNT PT
 EDGECOMBE                 34 033 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FORSYTH                   34 034 114 3 081 1 WINSTON-SALEM
 FORSYTH                   34 034 999 9 081 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  34 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GASTON                    34 036 036 5 000 2 GASTONIA
 GASTON                    34 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GATES                     34 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAHAM                    34 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANVILLE                 34 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    34 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GUILFORD                  34 041 042 3 081 1 GREENSBORO
 GUILFORD                  34 041 054 4 081 1 HIGH POINT PT
 GUILFORD                  34 041 999 9 081 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HALIFAX                   34 042 087 6 000 2 ROANOKE RAPIDS
 HALIFAX                   34 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARNETT                   34 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAYWOOD                   34 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDERSON                 34 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HERTFORD                  34 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOKE                      34 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HYDE                      34 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IREDELL                   34 049 102 6 000 2 STATESVILLE
 IREDELL                   34 049 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   34 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSTON                  34 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JONES                     34 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       34 053 096 6 000 2 SANFORD
 LEE                       34 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LENOIR                    34 054 060 6 000 2 KINSTON
 LENOIR                    34 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   34 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC DOWELL                 34 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACON                     34 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   34 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARTIN                    34 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MECKLENBURG               34 060 018 3 040 1 CHARLOTTE
 MECKLENBURG               34 060 999 9 040 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MITCHELL                  34 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                34 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MOORE                     34 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NASH                      34 064 090 5 000 2 ROCKY MOUNT PT
 NASH                      34 064 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEW HANOVER               34 065 108 5 226 1 WILMINGTON
 NEW HANOVER               34 065 999 9 226 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NORTHAMPTON               34 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ONSLOW                    34 067 057 6 000 2 JACKSONVILLE
 ONSLOW                    34 067 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ORANGE                    34 068 015 5 060 1 CHAPEL HILL PT
 ORANGE                    34 068 999 9 060 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PAMLICO                   34 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PASQUOTANK                34 070 030 6 000 2 ELIZABETH CITY
 PASQUOTANK                34 070 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PENDER                    34 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERQUIMANS                34 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERSON                    34 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PITT                      34 074 045 5 000 2 GREENVILLE
 PITT                      34 074 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POLK                      34 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  34 076 006 6 081 1 ASHEBORO
 RANDOLPH                  34 076 054 4 081 1 HIGH POINT PT
 RANDOLPH                  34 076 999 9 081 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RICHMOND                  34 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROBESON                   34 078 069 6 000 2 LUMBERTON
 ROBESON                   34 078 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCKINGHAM                34 079 027 6 000 2 EDEN
 ROCKINGHAM                34 079 084 6 000 2 REIDSVILLE
 ROCKINGHAM                34 079 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROWAN                     34 080 093 6 000 2 SALISBURY
 ROWAN                     34 080 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RUTHERFORD                34 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAMPSON                   34 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTLAND                  34 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STANLY                    34 084 003 6 000 2 ALBEMARLE
 STANLY                    34 084 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STOKES                    34 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SURRY                     34 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWAIN                     34 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRANSYLVANIA              34 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TYRRELL                   34 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     34 090 072 6 040 1 MONROE
 UNION                     34 090 999 9 040 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VANCE                     34 091 048 6 000 2 HENDERSON
 VANCE                     34 091 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAKE                      34 092 081 3 163 1 RALEIGH
 WAKE                      34 092 999 9 163 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    34 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                34 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WATAUGA                   34 095 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     34 096 039 5 000 2 GOLDSBORO
 WAYNE                     34 096 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILKES                    34 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILSON                    34 098 111 5 000 2 WILSON
 WILSON                    34 098 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YADKIN                    34 099 999 9 081 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YANCEY                    34 100 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 35

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     35 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARNES                    35 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENSON                    35 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BILLINGS                  35 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOTTINEAU                 35 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOWMAN                    35 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BURKE                     35 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BURLEIGH                  35 008 003 5 000 2 BISMARCK
 BURLEIGH                  35 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CASS                      35 009 009 4 066 1 FARGO
 CASS                      35 009 999 9 066 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAVALIER                  35 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DICKEY                    35 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DIVIDE                    35 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUNN                      35 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EDDY                      35 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EMMONS                    35 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FOSTER                    35 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOLDEN VALLEY             35 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAND FORKS               35 018 012 5 000 2 GRAND FORKS
 GRAND FORKS               35 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRANT                     35 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRIGGS                    35 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HETTINGER                 35 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KIDDER                    35 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LA MOURE                  35 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     35 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC HENRY                  35 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC INTOSH                 35 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC KENZIE                 35 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC LEAN                   35 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    35 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORTON                    35 030 018 6 000 2 MANDAN
 MORTON                    35 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOUNTRAIL                 35 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NELSON                    35 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OLIVER                    35 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEMBINA                   35 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIERCE                    35 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RAMSEY                    35 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANSOM                    35 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RENVILLE                  35 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHLAND                  35 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROLETTE                   35 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SARGENT                   35 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERIDAN                  35 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SIOUX                     35 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SLOPE                     35 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STARK                     35 045 006 6 000 2 DICKINSON
 STARK                     35 045 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STEELE                    35 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STUTSMAN                  35 047 015 6 000 2 JAMESTOWN
 STUTSMAN                  35 047 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TOWNER                    35 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRAILL                    35 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALSH                     35 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARD                      35 051 021 5 000 2 MINOT
 WARD                      35 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WELLS                     35 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILLIAMS                  35 053 024 6 000 2 WILLISTON
 WILLIAMS                  35 053 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 36

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     36 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEN                     36 002 189 4 110 1 LIMA
 ALLEN                     36 002 999 9 110 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ASHLAND                   36 003 009 6 000 2 ASHLAND
 ASHLAND                   36 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ASHTABULA                 36 004 012 6 000 2 ASHTABULA
 ASHTABULA                 36 004 093 6 000 2 CONNEAUT
 ASHTABULA                 36 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ATHENS                    36 005 015 6 000 2 ATHENS
 ATHENS                    36 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 AUGLAIZE                  36 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BELMONT                   36 007 210 6 221 1 MARTINS FERRY
 BELMONT                   36 007 999 9 221 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BROWN                     36 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTLER                    36 009 132 6 083 1 FAIRFIELD
 BUTLER                    36 009 171 4 083 1 HAMILTON
 BUTLER                    36 009 234 5 083 1 MIDDLETOWN
 BUTLER                    36 009 279 6 083 1 OXFORD
 BUTLER                    36 009 999 9 083 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARROLL                   36 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHAMPAIGN                 36 011 369 6 000 2 URBANA
 CHAMPAIGN                 36 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK                     36 012 333 4 197 1 SPRINGFIELD
 CLARK                     36 012 999 9 197 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLERMONT                  36 013 999 9 043 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLINTON                   36 014 411 6 000 2 WILMINGTON
 CLINTON                   36 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIANA                36 015 120 6 000 2 EAST LIVERPOOL
 COLUMBIANA                36 015 309 6 000 2 SALEM
 COLUMBIANA                36 015 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COSHOCTON                 36 016 096 6 000 2 COSHOCTON
 COSHOCTON                 36 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  36 017 057 6 000 2 BUCYRUS
 CRAWFORD                  36 017 156 6 000 2 GALION
 CRAWFORD                  36 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 024 6 044 1 BAY VILLAGE
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 027 6 044 1 BEDFORD
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 030 6 044 1 BEDFORD HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 036 6 044 1 BEREA
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 045 6 044 1 BROADVIEW HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 048 6 044 1 BROOKLYN
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 051 5 044 1 BROOK PARK
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 084 1 044 1 CLEVELAND
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 087 4 044 1 CLEVELAND HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 114 5 044 1 EAST CLEVELAND
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 126 4 044 1 EUCLID
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 135 6 044 1 FAIRVIEW PARK
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 159 5 044 1 GARFIELD HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 183 4 044 1 LAKEWOOD
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 195 6 044 1 LYNDHURST
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 201 5 044 1 MAPLE HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 219 6 044 1 MAYFIELD HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 231 6 044 1 MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 255 5 044 1 NORTH OLMSTED
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 261 6 044 1 NORTH ROYALTON
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 285 3 044 1 PARMA
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 288 5 044 1 PARMA HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 306 6 044 1 ROCKY RIVER
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 315 6 044 1 SEVEN HILLS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 318 5 044 1 SHAKER HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 327 6 044 1 SOLON
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 330 5 044 1 SOUTH EUCLID
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 342 6 044 1 STRONGSVILLE
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 363 6 044 1 UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 384 6 044 1 WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 396 6 044 1 WESTLAKE
 CUYAHOGA                  36 018 999 9 044 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DARKE                     36 019 165 6 000 2 GREENVILLE
 DARKE                     36 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DEFIANCE                  36 020 105 6 000 2 DEFIANCE
 DEFIANCE                  36 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  36 021 108 6 049 1 DELAWARE
 DELAWARE                  36 021 393 6 049 1 WESTERVILLE PT
 DELAWARE                  36 021 999 9 049 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ERIE                      36 022 312 5 000 2 SANDUSKY
 ERIE                      36 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAIRFIELD                 36 023 186 5 000 2 LANCASTER
 FAIRFIELD                 36 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   36 024 387 6 000 2 WASHINGTON
 FAYETTE                   36 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 039 6 049 1 BEXLEY
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 090 1 049 1 COLUMBUS
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 153 6 049 1 GAHANNA
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 168 6 049 1 GROVE CITY
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 303 6 049 1 REYNOLDSBURG PT
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 366 5 049 1 UPPER ARLINGTON
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 393 6 049 1 WESTERVILLE PT
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 399 5 049 1 WHITEHALL
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 417 6 049 1 WORTHINGTON
 FRANKLIN                  36 025 999 9 049 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FULTON                    36 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GALLIA                    36 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GEAUGA                    36 028 999 9 044 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    36 029 129 5 053 1 FAIRBORN
 GREENE                    36 029 420 5 053 1 XENIA
 GREENE                    36 029 999 9 053 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GUERNSEY                  36 030 060 6 000 2 CAMBRIDGE
 GUERNSEY                  36 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  36 031 072 6 043 1 CHEVIOT
 HAMILTON                  36 031 078 2 043 1 CINCINNATI
 HAMILTON                  36 031 141 6 043 1 FOREST PARK
 HAMILTON                  36 031 252 6 043 1 NORTH COLLEGE HILL
 HAMILTON                  36 031 270 5 043 1 NORWOOD
 HAMILTON                  36 031 300 6 043 1 READING
 HAMILTON                  36 031 321 6 043 1 SHARONVILLE
 HAMILTON                  36 031 999 9 043 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   36 032 138 5 000 2 FINDLAY
 HANCOCK                   36 032 144 6 000 2 FOSTORIA PT
 HANCOCK                   36 032 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARDIN                    36 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  36 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     36 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HIGHLAND                  36 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOCKING                   36 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOLMES                    36 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HURON                     36 039 267 6 000 2 NORWALK
 HURON                     36 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   36 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 36 041 336 5 199 1 STEUBENVILLE
 JEFFERSON                 36 041 999 9 199 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOX                      36 042 237 6 000 2 MOUNT VERNON
 KNOX                      36 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAKE                      36 043 117 6 044 1 EASTLAKE
 LAKE                      36 043 225 5 044 1 MENTOR
 LAKE                      36 043 282 6 044 1 PAINESVILLE
 LAKE                      36 043 402 6 044 1 WICKLIFFE
 LAKE                      36 043 405 6 044 1 WILLOUGHBY
 LAKE                      36 043 408 6 044 1 WILLOWICK
 LAKE                      36 043 999 9 044 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  36 044 174 6 088 1 IRONTON
 LAWRENCE                  36 044 999 9 088 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LICKING                   36 045 240 5 000 2 NEWARK
 LICKING                   36 045 303 6 000 2 REYNOLDSBURG PT
 LICKING                   36 045 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LOGAN                     36 046 033 6 000 2 BELLEFONTAINE
 LOGAN                     36 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LORAIN                    36 047 018 6 113 1 AVON LAKE
 LORAIN                    36 047 123 4 113 1 ELYRIA
 LORAIN                    36 047 192 4 113 1 LORAIN
 LORAIN                    36 047 258 6 113 1 NORTH RIDGEVILLE
 LORAIN                    36 047 999 9 113 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LUCAS                     36 048 216 6 207 1 MAUMEE
 LUCAS                     36 048 276 6 207 1 OREGON
 LUCAS                     36 048 348 6 207 1 SYLVANIA
 LUCAS                     36 048 357 2 207 1 TOLEDO
 LUCAS                     36 048 999 9 207 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MADISON                   36 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAHONING                  36 050 006 5 229 1 ALLIANCE PT
 MAHONING                  36 050 063 6 229 1 CAMPBELL
 MAHONING                  36 050 345 6 229 1 STRUTHERS
 MAHONING                  36 050 423 3 229 1 YOUNGSTOWN PT
 MAHONING                  36 050 999 9 229 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    36 051 207 5 000 2 MARION
 MARION                    36 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MEDINA                    36 052 054 6 044 1 BRUNSWICK
 MEDINA                    36 052 222 6 044 1 MEDINA
 MEDINA                    36 052 378 6 044 1 WADSWORTH
 MEDINA                    36 052 999 9 044 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MEIGS                     36 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    36 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MIAMI                     36 055 291 6 053 1 PIQUA
 MIAMI                     36 055 360 6 053 1 TROY
 MIAMI                     36 055 999 9 053 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    36 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 069 6 053 1 CENTERVILLE
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 102 3 053 1 DAYTON
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 180 4 053 1 KETTERING
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 228 6 053 1 MIAMISBURG
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 273 6 053 1 OAKWOOD
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 372 6 053 1 VANDALIA
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 390 6 053 1 WEST CARROLLTON
 MONTGOMERY                36 057 999 9 053 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORGAN                    36 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORROW                    36 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUSKINGUM                 36 060 426 5 000 2 ZANESVILLE
 MUSKINGUM                 36 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NOBLE                     36 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OTTAWA                    36 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAULDING                  36 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERRY                     36 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PICKAWAY                  36 065 081 6 049 1 CIRCLEVILLE
 PICKAWAY                  36 065 999 9 049 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PIKE                      36 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PORTAGE                   36 067 177 5 002 1 KENT
 PORTAGE                   36 067 297 6 002 1 RAVENNA
 PORTAGE                   36 067 999 9 002 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PREBLE                    36 068 999 9 053 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    36 069 999 9 110 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHLAND                  36 070 198 4 121 1 MANSFIELD
 RICHLAND                  36 070 999 9 121 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROSS                      36 071 075 6 000 2 CHILLICOTHE
 ROSS                      36 071 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SANDUSKY                  36 072 150 6 000 2 FREMONT
 SANDUSKY                  36 072 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCIOTO                    36 073 294 5 000 2 PORTSMOUTH
 SCIOTO                    36 073 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SENECA                    36 074 144 6 000 2 FOSTORIA PT
 SENECA                    36 074 354 6 000 2 TIFFIN
 SENECA                    36 074 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHELBY                    36 075 324 6 000 2 SIDNEY
 SHELBY                    36 075 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STARK                     36 076 006 5 035 1 ALLIANCE PT
 STARK                     36 076 066 3 035 1 CANTON
 STARK                     36 076 213 5 035 1 MASSILLON
 STARK                     36 076 249 6 035 1 NORTH CANTON
 STARK                     36 076 999 9 035 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUMMIT                    36 077 003 2 002 1 AKRON
 SUMMIT                    36 077 021 5 002 1 BARBERTON
 SUMMIT                    36 077 099 5 002 1 CUYAHOGA FALLS
 SUMMIT                    36 077 264 6 002 1 NORTON
 SUMMIT                    36 077 339 6 002 1 STOW
 SUMMIT                    36 077 351 6 002 1 TALLMADGE
 SUMMIT                    36 077 999 9 002 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TRUMBULL                  36 078 162 6 229 1 GIRARD
 TRUMBULL                  36 078 246 6 229 1 NILES
 TRUMBULL                  36 078 381 4 229 1 WARREN
 TRUMBULL                  36 078 423 3 229 1 YOUNGSTOWN PT
 TRUMBULL                  36 078 999 9 229 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TUSCARAWAS                36 079 111 6 000 2 DOVER
 TUSCARAWAS                36 079 243 6 000 2 NEW PHILADELPHIA
 TUSCARAWAS                36 079 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 UNION                     36 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VAN WERT                  36 081 375 6 110 1 VAN WERT
 VAN WERT                  36 081 999 9 110 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VINTON                    36 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    36 083 147 6 043 1 FRANKLIN
 WARREN                    36 083 999 9 043 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                36 084 204 6 000 2 MARIETTA
 WASHINGTON                36 084 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAYNE                     36 085 414 6 000 2 WOOSTER
 WAYNE                     36 085 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILLIAMS                  36 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOOD                      36 087 042 6 207 1 BOWLING GREEN
 WOOD                      36 087 144 6 207 1 FOSTORIA PT
 WOOD                      36 087 999 9 207 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WYANDOT                   36 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 37

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAIR                     37 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALFALFA                   37 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATOKA                     37 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEAVER                    37 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BECKHAM                   37 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLAINE                    37 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRYAN                     37 007 030 6 000 2 DURANT
 BRYAN                     37 007 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CADDO                     37 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CANADIAN                  37 009 036 6 143 1 EL RENO
 CANADIAN                  37 009 063 2 143 1 OKLAHOMA CITY PT
 CANADIAN                  37 009 999 9 143 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARTER                    37 010 009 6 000 2 ARDMORE
 CARTER                    37 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  37 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHOCTAW                   37 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CIMARRON                  37 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEVELAND                 37 014 054 6 143 1 MOORE
 CLEVELAND                 37 014 060 4 143 1 NORMAN
 CLEVELAND                 37 014 063 2 143 1 OKLAHOMA CITY PT
 CLEVELAND                 37 014 999 9 143 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COAL                      37 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COMANCHE                  37 016 042 4 108 1 LAWTON
 COMANCHE                  37 016 999 9 108 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COTTON                    37 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAIG                     37 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CREEK                     37 019 075 6 211 1 SAPULPA
 CREEK                     37 019 999 9 211 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUSTER                    37 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  37 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DEWEY                     37 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELLIS                     37 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  37 024 039 5 000 2 ENID
 GARFIELD                  37 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARVIN                    37 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRADY                     37 026 021 6 000 2 CHICKASHA
 GRADY                     37 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRANT                     37 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREER                     37 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARMON                    37 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARPER                    37 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HASKELL                   37 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUGHES                    37 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   37 033 006 6 000 2 ALTUS
 JACKSON                   37 033 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 37 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSTON                  37 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KAY                       37 036 069 5 000 2 PONCA CITY
 KAY                       37 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KINGFISHER                37 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KIOWA                     37 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LATIMER                   37 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LE FLORE                  37 040 999 9 070 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   37 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     37 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOVE                      37 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC CLAIN                  37 044 063 2 000 2 OKLAHOMA CITY PT
 MC CLAIN                  37 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC CURTAIN                37 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC INTOSH                 37 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAJOR                     37 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  37 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAYES                     37 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MURRAY                    37 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MUSKOGEE                  37 051 057 5 000 2 MUSKOGEE
 MUSKOGEE                  37 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NOBLE                     37 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOWATA                    37 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OKFUSKEE                  37 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 015 6 143 1 BETHANY
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 024 5 143 1 DEL CITY
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 033 6 143 1 EDMOND
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 051 5 143 1 MIDWEST CITY
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 063 2 143 1 OKLAHOMA CITY PT
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 084 6 143 1 THE VILLAGE
 OKLAHOMA                  37 055 999 9 143 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OKMULGEE                  37 056 066 6 000 2 OKMULGEE
 OKMULGEE                  37 056 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OSAGE                     37 057 012 5 211 1 BARTLESVILLE PT
 OSAGE                     37 057 087 2 211 1 TULSA PT
 OSAGE                     37 057 999 9 211 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OTTAWA                    37 058 048 6 000 2 MIAMI
 OTTAWA                    37 058 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PAWNEE                    37 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAYNE                     37 060 081 5 000 2 STILLWATER
 PAYNE                     37 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PITTSBURG                 37 061 045 6 000 2 MC ALESTER
 PITTSBURG                 37 061 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PONTOTOC                  37 062 003 6 000 2 ADA
 PONTOTOC                  37 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POTTAWATOMIE              37 063 063 2 000 2 OKLAHOMA CITY PT
 POTTAWATOMIE              37 063 078 5 000 2 SHAWNEE
 POTTAWATOMIE              37 063 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PUSHMATAHA                37 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROGER MILLS               37 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROGERS                    37 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEMINOLE                  37 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEQUOYAH                  37 068 999 9 070 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEPHENS                  37 069 027 6 000 2 DUNCAN
 STEPHENS                  37 069 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TEXAS                     37 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TILLMAN                   37 071 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TULSA                     37 072 018 6 211 1 BROKEN ARROW
 TULSA                     37 072 072 6 211 1 SAND SPRINGS
 TULSA                     37 072 087 2 211 1 TULSA PT
 TULSA                     37 072 999 9 211 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAGONER                   37 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                37 074 012 5 000 2 BARTLESVILLE PT
 WASHINGTON                37 074 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHITA                   37 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODS                     37 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOODWARD                  37 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NCHS County Listings for State 38

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BAKER                     38 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    38 002 003 6 000 2 ALBANY PT
 BENTON                    38 002 024 5 000 2 CORVALLIS
 BENTON                    38 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLACKAMUS                 38 003 039 6 158 1 LAKE OSWEGO PT
 CLACKAMUS                 38 003 048 6 158 1 MILWAUKEE PT
 CLACKAMAS                 38 003 054 2 158 1 PORTLAND PT
 CLACKAMAS                 38 003 999 9 158 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLATSOP                   38 004 009 6 000 2 ASTORIA
 CLATSOP                   38 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  38 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COOS                      38 006 021 6 000 2 COOS BAY
 COOS                      38 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CROOK                     38 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CURRY                     38 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DESCHUTES                 38 009 015 6 000 2 BEND
 DESCHUTES                 38 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   38 010 057 6 000 2 ROSEBURG
 DOUGLAS                   38 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GILLIAM                   38 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     38 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARNEY                    38 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOOD RIVER                38 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   38 015 006 6 000 2 ASHLAND
 JACKSON                   38 015 045 5 000 2 MEDFORD
 JACKSON                   38 015 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 38 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOSEPHINE                 38 017 030 6 000 2 GRANTS PASS
 JOSEPHINE                 38 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KLAMATH                   38 018 036 6 000 2 KLAMATH FALLS
 KLAMATH                   38 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAKE                      38 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANE                      38 020 027 4 063 1 EUGENE
 LANE                      38 020 063 5 063 1 SPRINGFIELD
 LANE                      38 020 999 9 063 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   38 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINN                      38 022 003 6 000 2 ALBANY PT
 LINN                      38 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MALHEUR                   38 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    38 024 060 4 175 1 SALEM PT
 MARION                    38 024 999 9 175 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MORROW                    38 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MULTNOMAH                 38 026 039 6 158 1 LAKE OSWEGO PT
 MULTNOMAH                 38 026 048 6 158 1 MILWAUKEE PT
 MULTNOMAH                 38 026 054 2 158 1 PORTLAND PT
 MULTNOMAH                 38 026 999 9 158 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 POLK                      38 027 060 4 175 1 SALEM PT
 POLK                      38 027 999 9 175 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHERMAN                   38 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TILLAMOOK                 38 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UMATILLA                  38 030 051 6 000 2 PENDLETON
 UMATILLA                  38 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 UNION                     38 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALLOWA                   38 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASCO                     38 033 018 6 000 2 CITY OF THE DALLES
 WASCO                     38 033 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                38 034 012 6 158 1 BEAVERTON
 WASHINGTON                38 034 033 6 158 1 HILLSBORO
 WASHINGTON                38 034 039 6 158 1 LAKE OSWEGO PT
 WASHINGTON                38 034 054 2 158 1 PORTLAND PT
 WASHINGTON                38 034 999 9 158 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHEELER                   38 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YAMHILL                   38 036 042 6 000 2 MC MINNVILLE
 YAMHILL                   38 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 39

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     39 001 999 9 228 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 021 5 155 1 BALDWIN
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 027 6 155 1 BELLEVUE
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 036 5 155 1 BETHEL PARK
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 048 6 155 1 BRENTWOOD
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 069 6 155 1 CARNEGIE
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 072 6 155 1 CASTLE SHANNON
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 084 6 155 1 CLAIRTON
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 108 6 155 1 DORMONT
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 117 6 155 1 DUQUESNE
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 150 6 155 1 HARRISON TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 213 6 155 1 MC KEES ROCKS
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 216 5 155 1 MC KEESPORT
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 234 5 155 1 MONROEVILLE
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 240 5 155 1 MOUNT LEBANON TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 243 6 155 1 MUNHALL
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 261 6 155 1 NORTH BRADDOCK
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 267 6 155 1 NORTH VERSAILLES TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 273 4 155 1 PENN HILLS TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 282 1 155 1 PITTSBURGH
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 288 6 155 1 PLEASANT HILLS
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 291 6 155 1 PLUM
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 312 5 155 1 ROSS TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 315 6 155 1 SCOTT TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 321 5 155 1 SHALER TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 342 6 155 1 STOWE TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 348 6 155 1 SWISSVALE
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 363 6 155 1 UPPER ST CLAIR TWP
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 384 5 155 1 WEST MIFFLIN
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 390 6 155 1 WHITEHALL
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 396 5 155 1 WILKINSBURG
 ALLEGHENY                 39 002 999 9 155 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ARMSTRONG                 39 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEAVER                    39 004 006 6 155 1 ALIQUIPPA
 BEAVER                    39 004 015 6 155 1 AMBRIDGE
 BEAVER                    39 004 024 6 155 1 BEAVER FALLS
 BEAVER                    39 004 126 6 155 1 ELLWOOD CITY PT
 BEAVER                    39 004 999 9 155 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BEDFORD                   39 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERKS                     39 006 306 4 164 1 READING
 BERKS                     39 006 999 9 164 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BLAIR                     39 007 012 4 007 1 ALTOONA
 BLAIR                     39 007 999 9 007 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRADFORD                  39 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUCKS                     39 009 030 5 152 1 BENSALEM TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 051 6 152 1 BRISTOL
 BUCKS                     39 009 054 4 152 1 BRISTOL TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 135 5 152 1 FALLS TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 210 6 152 1 LOWER SOUTHAMPTON TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 225 5 152 1 MIDDLETOWN TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 237 6 152 1 MORRISVILLE
 BUCKS                     39 009 366 6 152 1 UPPER SOUTHAMPTON TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 369 5 152 1 WARMINSTER TWP
 BUCKS                     39 009 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BUTLER                    39 010 057 6 000 2 BUTLER
 BUTLER                    39 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMBRIA                   39 011 168 5 095 1 JOHNSTOWN
 CAMBRIA                   39 011 999 9 095 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMERON                   39 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARBON                    39 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CENTRE                    39 014 339 5 000 2 STATE COLLEGE
 CENTRE                    39 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHESTER                   39 015 087 6 152 1 COATESVILLE
 CHESTER                   39 015 279 6 152 1 PHOENIXVILLE
 CHESTER                   39 015 381 6 152 1 WEST CHESTER
 CHESTER                   39 015 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARION                   39 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLEARFIELD                39 017 111 6 000 2 DU BOIS
 CLEARFIELD                39 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLINTON                   39 018 195 6 000 2 LOCK HAVEN
 CLINTON                   39 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  39 019 033 6 000 2 BERWICK
 COLUMBIA                  39 019 042 6 000 2 BLOOMSBURG
 COLUMBIA                  39 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CRAWFORD                  39 020 222 6 000 2 MEADVILLE
 CRAWFORD                  39 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                39 021 066 6 084 1 CARLISLE
 CUMBERLAND                39 021 999 9 084 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DAUPHIN                   39 022 147 4 084 1 HARRISBURG
 DAUPHIN                   39 022 207 5 084 1 LOWER PAXTON TWP
 DAUPHIN                   39 022 999 9 084 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DELAWARE                  39 023 018 6 152 1 ASTON TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 081 4 152 1 CHESTER
 DELAWARE                  39 023 090 6 152 1 COLLINGDALE
 DELAWARE                  39 023 102 6 152 1 DARBY
 DELAWARE                  39 023 105 6 152 1 DARBY TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 153 4 152 1 HAVERFORD TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 183 6 152 1 LANSDOWNE
 DELAWARE                  39 023 219 5 152 1 MARPLE TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 249 6 152 1 NETHER PROVIDENCE TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 303 5 152 1 RADNOR TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 309 5 152 1 RIDLEY TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 336 5 152 1 SPRINGFIELD TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 354 6 152 1 UPPER CHICHESTER TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 357 4 152 1 UPPER DARBY TWP
 DELAWARE                  39 023 402 6 152 1 YEADON
 DELAWARE                  39 023 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ELK                       39 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ERIE                      39 025 132 3 062 1 ERIE
 ERIE                      39 025 228 5 062 1 MILLCREEK TWP
 ERIE                      39 025 999 9 062 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   39 026 096 6 000 2 CONNELLSVILLE
 FAYETTE                   39 026 351 6 000 2 UNIONTOWN
 FAYETTE                   39 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FOREST                    39 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  39 028 075 6 000 2 CHAMBERSBURG
 FRANKLIN                  39 028 378 6 000 2 WAYNESBORO
 FRANKLIN                  39 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FULTON                    39 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    39 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUNTINGDON                39 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 INDIANA                   39 032 162 6 000 2 INDIANA
 INDIANA                   39 032 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 39 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JUNIATA                   39 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LACKAWANNA                39 035 063 6 187 1 CARBONDALE
 LACKAWANNA                39 035 114 6 187 1 DUNMORE
 LACKAWANNA                39 035 318 3 187 1 SCRANTON
 LACKAWANNA                39 035 999 9 187 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LANCASTER                 39 036 093 6 104 1 COLUMBIA
 LANCASTER                 39 036 174 4 104 1 LANCASTER
 LANCASTER                 39 036 177 6 104 1 LANCASTER TWP
 LANCASTER                 39 036 999 9 104 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  39 037 126 6 000 2 ELLWOOD CITY PT
 LAWRENCE                  39 037 252 5 000 2 NEW CASTLE
 LAWRENCE                  39 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEBANON                   39 038 189 5 000 2 LEBANON
 LEBANON                   39 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEHIGH                    39 039 009 3 006 1 ALLENTOWN
 LEHIGH                    39 039 039 4 006 1 BETHLEHEM PT
 LEHIGH                    39 039 129 6 006 1 EMMAUS
 LEHIGH                    39 039 999 9 006 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LUZERNE                   39 040 156 5 224 1 HAZLETON
 LUZERNE                   39 040 171 6 224 1 KINGSTON
 LUZERNE                   39 040 246 6 224 1 NANTICOKE
 LUZERNE                   39 040 285 6 224 1 PITTSTON
 LUZERNE                   39 040 393 4 224 1 WILKES-BARRE
 LUZERNE                   39 040 999 9 224 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LYCOMING                  39 041 399 5 000 2 WILLIAMSPORT
 LYCOMING                  39 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC KEAN                   39 042 045 6 000 2 BRADFORD
 MC KEAN                   39 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MERCER                    39 043 138 6 000 2 FARRELL
 MERCER                    39 043 327 6 000 2 SHARON
 MERCER                    39 043 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MIFFLIN                   39 044 192 6 000 2 LEWISTOWN
 MIFFLIN                   39 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    39 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 003 4 152 1 ABINGTON TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 078 5 152 1 CHELTENHAM TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 099 6 152 1 CONSHOHOCKEN
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 120 6 152 1 EAST NORRITON TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 180 6 152 1 LANSDALE
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 201 4 152 1 LOWER MERION TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 204 6 152 1 LOWER MORELAND TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 258 5 152 1 NORRISTOWN
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 294 6 152 1 PLYMOUTH TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 297 5 152 1 POTTSTOWN
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 333 6 152 1 SPRINGFIELD TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 360 6 152 1 UPPER MORELAND TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 387 6 152 1 WEST NORRITON TWP
 MONTGOMERY                39 046 999 9 152 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONTOUR                   39 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORTHAMPTON               39 048 039 4 006 1 BETHLEHEM PT
 NORTHAMPTON               39 048 123 5 006 1 EASTON
 NORTHAMPTON               39 048 999 9 006 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NORTHUMBERLAND            39 049 324 6 000 2 SHAMOKIN
 NORTHUMBERLAND            39 049 345 6 000 2 SUNBURY
 NORTHUMBERLAND            39 049 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERRY                     39 050 999 9 084 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PHILADELPHIA COEXT        39 051 276 0 152 1 PHILADELPHIA COEXT
 PIKE                      39 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POTTER                    39 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCHUYLKILL                39 054 300 6 000 2 POTTSVILLE
 SCHUYLKILL                39 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SNYDER                    39 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOMERSET                  39 056 999 9 095 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  39 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUSQUEHANNA               39 058 999 9 025 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TIOGA                     39 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     39 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VENANGO                   39 061 270 6 000 2 OIL CITY
 VENANGO                   39 061 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WARREN                    39 062 372 6 000 2 WARREN
 WARREN                    39 062 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                39 063 060 6 155 1 CANONSBURG
 WASHINGTON                39 063 375 6 155 1 WASHINGTON
 WASHINGTON                39 063 999 9 155 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAYNE                     39 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 141 6 155 1 GREENSBURG
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 159 5 155 1 HEMPFIELD TWP
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 165 6 155 1 JEANNETTE
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 186 6 155 1 LATROBE
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 198 6 155 1 LOWER BURRELL
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 231 6 155 1 MONESSEN
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 255 6 155 1 NEW KENSINGTON
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 264 5 155 1 NORTH HUNTINGTON TWP
 WESTMORELAND              39 065 999 9 155 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WYOMING                   39 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YORK                      39 067 144 6 228 1 HANOVER
 YORK                      39 067 330 6 228 1 SPRING GARDEN TWP
 YORK                      39 067 405 4 228 1 YORK
 YORK                      39 067 999 9 228 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 40

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BRISTOL                   40 001 003 6 159 1 BARRINGTON TOWN
 BRISTOL                   40 001 006 6 159 1 BRISTOL TOWN
 BRISTOL                   40 001 039 6 159 1 WARREN TOWN
 BRISTOL                   40 001 999 9 159 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KENT                      40 002 042 4 159 1 WARWICK
 KENT                      40 002 045 6 159 1 WEST WARWICK TOWN
 KENT                      40 002 999 9 159 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEWPORT                   40 003 021 5 000 2 MIDDLETOWN TOWN
 NEWPORT                   40 003 024 5 000 2 NEWPORT
 NEWPORT                   40 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 009 6 159 1 CENTRAL FALLS
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 012 4 159 1 CRANSTON
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 015 5 159 1 CUMBERLAND TOWN
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 018 5 159 1 EAST PROVIDENCE
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 030 6 159 1 NORTH PROVIDENCE TOWN
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 033 4 159 1 PAWTUCKET
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 036 3 159 1 PROVIDENCE
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 048 5 159 1 WOONSOCKET
 PROVIDENCE                40 004 999 9 159 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                40 005 027 5 000 2 NORTH KINGSTOWN TOWN
 WASHINGTON                40 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 41

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ABBEVILLE                 41 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AIKEN                     41 002 003 6 016 1 AIKEN
 AIKEN                     41 002 039 6 016 1 NORTH AUGUSTA
 AIKEN                     41 002 999 9 016 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ALLENDALE                 41 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANDERSON                  41 004 006 5 000 2 ANDERSON
 ANDERSON                  41 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BAMBERG                   41 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARNWELL                  41 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEAUFORT                  41 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERKELEY                  41 008 999 9 038 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   41 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLESTON                41 010 009 4 038 1 CHARLESTON
 CHARLESTON                41 010 999 9 038 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  41 011 021 6 000 2 GAFFNEY
 CHEROKEE                  41 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHESTER                   41 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHESTERFIELD              41 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARENDON                 41 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLLETON                  41 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DARLINGTON                41 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DILLON                    41 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DORCHESTER                41 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EDGEFIELD                 41 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAIRFIELD                 41 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLORENCE                  41 021 018 5 000 2 FLORENCE
 FLORENCE                  41 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GEORGETOWN                41 022 024 6 000 2 GEORGETOWN
 GEORGETOWN                41 022 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GREENVILLE                41 023 027 4 082 1 GREENVILLE
 GREENVILLE                41 023 033 6 082 1 GREER PT
 GREENVILLE                41 023 999 9 082 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GREENWOOD                 41 024 030 6 000 2 GREENWOOD
 GREENWOOD                 41 024 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAMPTON                   41 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HORRY                     41 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JASPER                    41 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KERSHAW                   41 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANCASTER                 41 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAURENS                   41 030 036 6 000 2 LAURENS
 LAURENS                   41 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEE                       41 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEXINGTON                 41 032 999 9 047 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC CORMICK                41 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    41 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARLBORO                  41 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEWBERRY                  41 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OCONEE                    41 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGEBURG                41 038 042 6 000 2 ORANGEBURG
 ORANGEBURG                41 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PICKENS                   41 039 015 6 082 1 EASLEY
 PICKENS                   41 039 999 9 082 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RICHLAND                  41 040 012 3 047 1 COLUMBIA
 RICHLAND                  41 040 999 9 047 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SALUDA                    41 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SPARTENBURG               41 042 033 6 000 2 GREER PT
 SPARTANBURG               41 042 048 5 000 2 SPARTANBURG
 SPARTANBURG               41 042 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUMTER                    41 043 051 6 000 2 SUMTER
 SUMTER                    41 043 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 UNION                     41 044 054 6 000 2 UNION
 UNION                     41 044 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILLIAMSBURG              41 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YORK                      41 046 045 5 000 2 ROCK HILL
 YORK                      41 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 42

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 AURORA                    42 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEADLE                    42 002 009 6 000 2 HURON
 BEADLE                    42 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BENNETT                   42 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BON HOMME                 42 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROOKINGS                 42 005 006 6 000 2 BROOKINGS
 BROOKINGS                 42 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BROWN                     42 006 003 5 000 2 ABERDEEN
 BROWN                     42 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRULE                     42 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUFFALO                   42 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUTTE                     42 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMPBELL                  42 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLES MIX               42 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARK                     42 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      42 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CODINGTON                 42 014 021 6 000 2 WATERTOWN
 CODINGTON                 42 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CORSON                    42 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUSTER                    42 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVISON                   42 017 012 6 000 2 MITCHELL
 DAVISON                   42 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DAY                       42 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DEUEL                     42 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DEWEY                     42 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   42 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EDMUNDS                   42 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FALL RIVER                42 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAULK                     42 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     42 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREGORY                   42 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAAKON                    42 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMLIN                    42 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAND                      42 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANSON                    42 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDING                   42 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUGHES                    42 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUTCHINSON                42 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HYDE                      42 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   42 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JERAULD                   42 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JONES                     42 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KINGSBURY                 42 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAKE                      42 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  42 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   42 041 018 4 000 2 SIOUX FALLS PT
 LINCOLN                   42 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LYMAN                     42 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC COOK                   42 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC PHERSON                42 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  42 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MEADE                     42 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MELLETTE                  42 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINER                     42 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINNEHAHA                 42 049 018 4 192 1 SIOUX FALLS PT
 MINNEHAHA                 42 049 999 9 192 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOODY                     42 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PENNINGTON                42 051 015 5 000 2 RAPID CITY
 PENNINGTON                42 051 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PERKINS                   42 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POTTER                    42 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROBERTS                   42 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANBORN                   42 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHANNON                   42 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SPINK                     42 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STANLEY                   42 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SULLY                     42 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TODD                      42 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TRIPP                     42 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TURNER                    42 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     42 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALWORTH                  42 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHABAUGH                42 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YANKTON                   42 066 024 6 000 2 YANKTON
 YANKTON                   42 066 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ZIEBACH                   42 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 NCHS County Listings for State 43

 ANDERSON                  43 001 078 5 099 1 OAK RIDGE PT
 ANDERSON                  43 001 999 9 099 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BEDFORD                   43 002 084 6 000 2 SHELBYVILLE
 BEDFORD                   43 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BENTON                    43 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLEDSOE                   43 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLOUNT                    43 005 060 6 099 1 MARYVILLE
 BLOUNT                    43 005 999 9 099 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRADLEY                   43 006 015 6 000 2 CLEVELAND
 BRADLEY                   43 006 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMPBELL                  43 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CANNON                    43 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL                   43 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARTER                    43 010 030 6 000 2 ELIZABETHTON
 CARTER                    43 010 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHEATHAM                  43 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHESTER                   43 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAIBORNE                 43 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      43 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COCKE                     43 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COFFEE                    43 016 087 6 000 2 TULLAHOMA PT
 COFFEE                    43 016 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CROCKETT                  43 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND                43 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIDSON NASHVILLE COEXT  43 019 075 2 134 1 DAVIDSON NASHVILLE COEXT
 DECATUR                   43 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DE KALB                   43 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DICKSON                   43 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DYER                      43 023 024 6 000 2 DYERSBURG
 DYER                      43 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   43 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FENTRESS                  43 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  43 026 087 6 000 2 TULLAHOMA PT
 FRANKLIN                  43 026 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GIBSON                    43 027 039 6 000 2 HUMBOLDT
 GIBSON                    43 027 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GILES                     43 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAINGER                  43 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE                    43 030 036 6 000 2 GREENEVILLE
 GREENE                    43 030 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRUNDY                    43 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMBLEN                   43 032 069 6 000 2 MORRISTOWN
 HAMBLEN                   43 032 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  43 033 009 3 041 1 CHATTANOOGA
 HAMILTON                  43 033 027 6 041 1 EAST RIDGE
 HAMILTON                  43 033 081 6 041 1 RED BANK
 HAMILTON                  43 033 999 9 041 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   43 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDEMAN                  43 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDIN                    43 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAWKINS                   43 037 048 5 000 2 KINGSPORT PT
 HAWKINS                   43 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HAYWOOD                   43 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDERSON                 43 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY                     43 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HICKMAN                   43 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOUSTON                   43 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUMPHREYS                 43 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   43 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 43 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   43 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KNOX                      43 047 051 3 099 1 KNOXVILLE
 KNOX                      43 047 999 9 099 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAKE                      43 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAUDERDALE                43 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAWRENCE                  43 050 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS                     43 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   43 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOUDON                    43 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC MINN                   43 054 003 6 000 2 ATHENS
 MC MINN                   43 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC NAIRY                  43 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MACON                     43 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   43 057 042 5 000 2 JACKSON
 MADISON                   43 057 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARION                    43 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  43 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MAURY                     43 060 018 6 000 2 COLUMBIA
 MAURY                     43 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MEIGS                     43 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONROE                    43 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                43 063 012 5 000 2 CLARKSVILLE
 MONTGOMERY                43 063 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOORE                     43 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    43 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OBION                     43 066 090 6 000 2 UNION CITY
 OBION                     43 066 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OVERTON                   43 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PERRY                     43 068 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PICKETT                   43 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      43 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    43 071 021 6 000 2 COOKEVILLE
 PUTNAM                    43 071 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RHEA                      43 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROANE                     43 073 078 5 000 2 OAK RIDGE PT
 ROANE                     43 073 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROBERTSON                 43 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUTHERFORD                43 075 072 5 000 2 MURFREESBORO
 RUTHERFORD                43 075 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SCOTT                     43 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEQUATCHIE                43 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEVIER                    43 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    43 079 063 1 123 1 MEMPHIS
 SHELBY                    43 079 066 6 123 1 MILLINGTON
 SHELBY                    43 079 999 9 123 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SMITH                     43 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEWART                   43 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SULLIVAN                  43 082 006 6 000 2 BRISTOL
 SULLIVAN                  43 082 048 5 000 2 KINGSPORT PT
 SULLIVAN                  43 082 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUMNER                    43 083 033 6 134 1 GALLATIN
 SUMNER                    43 083 999 9 134 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TIPTON                    43 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TROUSDALE                 43 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNICOI                    43 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UNION                     43 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VAN BUREN                 43 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN                    43 089 057 6 000 2 MC MINNVILLE
 WARREN                    43 089 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                43 090 045 5 000 2 JOHNSON CITY
 WASHINGTON                43 090 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAYNE                     43 091 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEAKLEY                   43 092 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHITE                     43 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILLIAMSON                43 094 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILSON                    43 095 054 6 134 1 LEBANON
 WILSON                    43 095 999 9 134 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 44

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ANDERSON                  44 001 246 6 000 2 PALESTINE
 ANDERSON                  44 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ANDREWS                   44 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ANGELINA                  44 003 204 6 000 2 LUFKIN
 ANGELINA                  44 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ARANSAS                   44 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARCHER                    44 005 999 9 223 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARMSTRONG                 44 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ATASCOSA                  44 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AUSTIN                    44 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAILEY                    44 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BANDERA                   44 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BASTROP                   44 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAYLOR                    44 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEE                       44 013 036 6 000 2 BEEVILLE
 BEE                       44 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BELL                      44 014 171 5 000 2 KILLEEN
 BELL                      44 014 318 5 000 2 TEMPLE
 BELL                      44 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BEXAR                     44 015 291 1 179 1 SAN ANTONIO
 BEXAR                     44 015 999 9 179 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BLANCO                    44 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BORDEN                    44 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOSQUE                    44 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOWIE                     44 019 324 5 206 1 TEXARKANA
 BOWIE                     44 019 999 9 206 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRAZORIA                  44 020 009 6 087 1 ALVIN
 BRAZORIA                  44 020 117 6 087 1 FREEPORT
 BRAZORIA                  44 020 177 6 087 1 LAKE JACKSON
 BRAZORIA                  44 020 999 9 087 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BRAZOS                    44 021 054 5 033 1 BRYAN
 BRAZOS                    44 021 063 6 033 1 COLLEGE STATION
 BRAZOS                    44 021 999 9 033 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BREWSTER                  44 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRISCOE                   44 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROOKS                    44 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROWN                     44 025 051 6 000 2 BROWNWOOD
 BROWN                     44 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BURLESON                  44 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BURNET                    44 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALDWELL                  44 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   44 029 273 6 000 2 PORT LAVACA
 CALHOUN                   44 029 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALLAHAN                  44 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMERON                   44 031 048 4 032 1 BROWNSVILLE
 CAMERON                   44 031 144 5 032 1 HARLINGEN
 CAMERON                   44 031 294 6 032 1 SAN BENITO
 CAMERON                   44 031 999 9 032 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CAMP                      44 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARSON                    44 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASS                      44 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CASTRO                    44 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHAMBERS                  44 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHEROKEE                  44 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHILDRESS                 44 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      44 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COCHRAN                   44 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COKE                      44 041 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLEMAN                   44 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLLIN                    44 043 210 6 051 1 MC KINNEY
 COLLIN                    44 043 267 6 051 1 PLANO
 COLLIN                    44 043 279 5 051 1 RICHARDSON PT
 COLLIN                    44 043 999 9 051 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLLINGSWORTH             44 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLORADO                  44 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COMAL                     44 046 234 6 000 2 NEW BRAUNFELS
 COMAL                     44 046 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COMANCHE                  44 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CONCHO                    44 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COOKE                     44 049 120 6 000 2 GAINESVILLE
 COOKE                     44 049 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CORYELL                   44 050 069 6 000 2 COPPERAS COVE
 CORYELL                   44 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COTTLE                    44 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRANE                     44 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CROCKETT                  44 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CROSBY                    44 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CULBERSON                 44 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DALLAM                    44 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DALLAS                    44 057 021 6 051 1 BALCH SPRINGS
 DALLAS                    44 057 057 6 051 1 CARROLLTON PT
 DALLAS                    44 057 078 1 051 1 DALLAS
 DALLAS                    44 057 093 6 051 1 DUNCANVILLE
 DALLAS                    44 057 111 5 051 1 FARMERS BRANCH
 DALLAS                    44 057 129 4 051 1 GARLAND
 DALLAS                    44 057 132 4 051 1 GRAND PRAIRIE PT
 DALLAS                    44 057 153 6 051 1 HIGHLAND PARK
 DALLAS                    44 057 165 4 051 1 IRVING
 DALLAS                    44 057 186 6 051 1 LANCASTER
 DALLAS                    44 057 216 4 051 1 MESQUITE
 DALLAS                    44 057 279 5 051 1 RICHARDSON PT
 DALLAS                    44 057 333 6 051 1 UNIVERSITY PARK
 DALLAS                    44 057 999 9 051 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DAWSON                    44 058 183 6 000 2 LAMESA
 DAWSON                    44 058 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DEAF SMITH                44 059 150 6 000 2 HEREFORD
 DEAF SMITH                44 059 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DELTA                     44 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DENTON                    44 061 057 6 051 1 CARROLLTON PT
 DENTON                    44 061 090 5 051 1 DENTON
 DENTON                    44 061 999 9 051 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DE WITT                   44 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DICKENS                   44 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DIMMIT                    44 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DONLEY                    44 065 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DUVAL                     44 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EASTLAND                  44 067 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ECTOR                     44 068 240 4 141 1 ODESSA
 ECTOR                     44 068 999 9 141 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EDWARDS                   44 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ELLIS                     44 070 105 6 051 1 ENNIS
 ELLIS                     44 070 348 6 051 1 WAXAHACHIE
 ELLIS                     44 070 999 9 051 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EL PASO                   44 071 102 2 061 1 EL PASO
 EL PASO                   44 071 999 9 061 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ERATH                     44 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FALLS                     44 073 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FANNIN                    44 074 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   44 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FISHER                    44 076 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLOYD                     44 077 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FOARD                     44 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FORT BEND                 44 079 156 0 087 1 HOUSTON PT
 FORT BEND                 44 079 285 6 087 1 ROSENBURG
 FORT BEND                 44 079 999 9 087 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  44 080 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREESTONE                 44 081 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRIO                      44 082 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GAINES                    44 083 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GALVESTON                 44 084 126 4 076 1 GALVESTON
 GALVESTON                 44 084 180 6 076 1 LA MARQUE
 GALVESTON                 44 084 192 6 076 1 LEAGUE CITY
 GALVESTON                 44 084 327 5 076 1 TEXAS CITY
 GALVESTON                 44 084 999 9 076 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARZA                     44 085 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GILLESPIE                 44 086 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLASSCOCK                 44 087 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOLIAD                    44 088 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GONZALES                  44 089 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAY                      44 090 249 6 000 2 PAMPA
 GRAY                      44 090 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRAYSON                   44 091 087 6 189 1 DENISON
 GRAYSON                   44 091 303 5 189 1 SHERMAN
 GRAYSON                   44 091 999 9 189 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GREGG                     44 092 198 5 000 2 LONGVIEW
 GREGG                     44 092 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRIMES                    44 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GUADALUPE                 44 094 300 6 179 1 SEGUIN
 GUADALUPE                 44 094 999 9 179 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HALE                      44 095 264 6 000 2 PLAINVIEW
 HALE                      44 095 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HALL                      44 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMILTON                  44 097 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANSFORD                  44 098 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDEMAN                  44 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARDIN                    44 100 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRIS                    44 101 027 5 087 1 BAYTOWN
 HARRIS                    44 101 039 6 087 1 BELLAIRE
 HARRIS                    44 101 081 6 087 1 DEER PARK
 HARRIS                    44 101 123 6 087 1 GALENA PARK
 HARRIS                    44 101 156 0 087 1 HOUSTON PT
 HARRIS                    44 101 255 4 087 1 PASADENA
 HARRIS                    44 101 309 6 087 1 SOUTH HOUSTON
 HARRIS                    44 101 357 6 087 1 WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE
 HARRIS                    44 101 999 9 087 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARRISON                  44 102 213 6 000 2 MARSHALL
 HARRISON                  44 102 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARTLEY                   44 103 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HASKELL                   44 104 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAYS                      44 105 297 6 000 2 SAN MARCOS
 HAYS                      44 105 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HEMPHILL                  44 106 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENDERSON                 44 107 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HIDALGO                   44 108 099 6 122 1 EDINBURG
 HIDALGO                   44 108 207 5 122 1 MC ALLEN
 HIDALGO                   44 108 225 6 122 1 MISSION
 HIDALGO                   44 108 261 6 122 1 PHARR
 HIDALGO                   44 108 354 6 122 1 WESLACO
 HIDALGO                   44 108 999 9 122 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HILL                      44 109 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOCKLEY                   44 110 195 6 000 2 LEVELLAND
 HOCKLEY                   44 110 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOOD                      44 111 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOPKINS                   44 112 312 6 000 2 SULPHUR SPRINGS
 HOPKINS                   44 112 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HOUSTON                   44 113 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOWARD                    44 114 042 5 000 2 BIG SPRING
 HOWARD                    44 114 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HUDSPETH                  44 115 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HUNT                      44 116 135 6 000 2 GREENVILLE
 HUNT                      44 116 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HUTCHINSON                44 117 045 6 000 2 BORGER
 HUTCHINSON                44 117 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 IRION                     44 118 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACK                      44 119 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON                   44 120 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JASPER                    44 121 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFF DAVIS                44 122 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 030 3 022 1 BEAUMONT
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 138 6 022 1 GROVES
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 231 6 022 1 NEDERLAND
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 270 4 022 1 PORT ARTHUR
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 276 6 022 1 PORT NECHES
 JEFFERSON                 44 123 999 9 022 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JIM HOGG                  44 124 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JIM WELLS                 44 125 006 6 000 2 ALICE
 JIM WELLS                 44 125 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   44 126 060 6 072 1 CLEBURNE
 JOHNSON                   44 126 114 2 072 1 FORT WORTH PT
 JOHNSON                   44 126 999 9 072 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JONES                     44 127 003 4 001 1 ABILENE PT
 JONES                     44 127 999 9 001 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KARNES                    44 128 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KAUFMAN                   44 129 321 6 051 1 TERRELL
 KAUFMAN                   44 129 999 9 051 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KENDALL                   44 130 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENEDY                    44 131 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENT                      44 132 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KERR                      44 133 168 6 000 2 KERRVILLE
 KERR                      44 133 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KIMBLE                    44 134 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KING                      44 135 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KINNEY                    44 136 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KLEBERG                   44 137 174 5 000 2 KINGSVILLE
 KLEBERG                   44 137 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KNOX                      44 138 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAMAR                     44 139 252 6 000 2 PARIS
 LAMAR                     44 139 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAMB                      44 140 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAMPASAS                  44 141 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LA SALLE                  44 142 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAVACA                    44 143 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE                       44 144 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEON                      44 145 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIBERTY                   44 146 999 9 087 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIMESTONE                 44 147 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIPSCOMB                  44 148 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LIVE OAK                  44 149 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LLANO                     44 150 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOVING                    44 151 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LUBBOCK                   44 152 201 3 116 1 LUBBOCK
 LUBBOCK                   44 152 999 9 116 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LYNN                      44 153 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC CULLOCH                44 154 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC LENNAN                 44 155 345 4 217 1 WACO
 MC LENNAN                 44 155 999 9 217 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MC MULLEN                 44 156 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON                   44 157 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    44 158 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARTIN                    44 159 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MASON                     44 160 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MATAGORDA                 44 161 024 6 000 2 BAY CITY
 MATAGORDA                 44 161 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MAVERICK                  44 162 096 6 000 2 EAGLE PASS
 MAVERICK                  44 162 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MEDINA                    44 163 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MENARD                    44 164 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MIDLAND                   44 165 219 4 125 1 MIDLAND
 MIDLAND                   44 165 999 9 125 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MILAM                     44 166 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLS                     44 167 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MITCHELL                  44 168 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTAGUE                  44 169 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY                44 170 066 6 087 1 CONROE
 MONTGOMERY                44 170 156 0 087 1 HOUSTON PT
 MONTGOMERY                44 170 999 9 087 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MOORE                     44 171 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORRIS                    44 172 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MOTLEY                    44 173 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NACOGDOCHES               44 174 228 6 000 2 NACOGDOCHES
 NACOGDOCHES               44 174 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NAVARRO                   44 175 075 6 000 2 CORSICANA
 NAVARRO                   44 175 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NEWTON                    44 176 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOLAN                     44 177 315 6 000 2 SWEETWATER
 NOLAN                     44 177 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NUECES                    44 178 072 3 050 1 CORPUS CHRISTI
 NUECES                    44 178 282 6 050 1 ROBSTOWN
 NUECES                    44 178 999 9 050 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OCHILTREE                 44 179 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OLDHAM                    44 180 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE                    44 181 243 6 022 1 ORANGE
 ORANGE                    44 181 999 9 022 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PALO PINTO                44 182 222 6 000 2 MINERAL WELLS PT
 PALO PINTO                44 182 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PANOLA                    44 183 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PARKER                    44 184 222 6 000 2 MINERAL WELLS PT
 PARKER                    44 184 351 6 000 2 WEATHERFORD
 PARKER                    44 184 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PARMER                    44 185 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PECOS                     44 186 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK                      44 187 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POTTER                    44 188 012 3 008 1 AMARILLO PT
 POTTER                    44 188 999 9 008 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRESIDIO                  44 189 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RAINS                     44 190 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RANDALL                   44 191 012 3 008 1 AMARILLO PT
 RANDALL                   44 191 999 9 008 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 REAGAN                    44 192 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 REAL                      44 193 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RED RIVER                 44 194 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 REEVES                    44 195 258 6 000 2 PECOS
 REEVES                    44 195 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 REFUGIO                   44 196 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROBERTS                   44 197 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROBERTSON                 44 198 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCKWALL                  44 199 999 9 051 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUNNELS                   44 200 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSK                      44 201 147 6 000 2 HENDERSON
 RUSK                      44 201 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SABINE                    44 202 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN AUGUSTINE             44 203 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN JACINTO               44 204 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN PATRICIO              44 205 999 9 050 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAN SABA                  44 206 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCHLEICHER                44 207 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCURRY                    44 208 306 6 000 2 SNYDER
 SCURRY                    44 208 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SHACKELFORD               44 209 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHELBY                    44 210 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERMAN                   44 211 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SMITH                     44 212 330 4 213 1 TYLER
 SMITH                     44 212 999 9 213 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SOMERVELL                 44 213 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STARR                     44 214 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STEPHENS                  44 215 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STERLING                  44 216 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STONEWALL                 44 217 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUTTON                    44 218 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWISHER                   44 219 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TARRANT                   44 220 015 4 072 1 ARLINGTON
 TARRANT                   44 220 033 6 072 1 BEDFORD
 TARRANT                   44 220 108 6 072 1 EULESS
 TARRANT                   44 220 114 2 072 1 FORT WORTH PT
 TARRANT                   44 220 132 4 072 1 GRAND PRAIRIE PT
 TARRANT                   44 220 141 5 072 1 HALTOM CITY
 TARRANT                   44 220 162 5 072 1 HURST
 TARRANT                   44 220 237 6 072 1 NORTH RICHLAND HILLS
 TARRANT                   44 220 360 6 072 1 WHITE SETTLEMENT
 TARRANT                   44 220 999 9 072 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    44 221 003 4 001 1 ABILENE PT
 TAYLOR                    44 221 999 9 001 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TERRELL                   44 222 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TERRY                     44 223 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THROCKMORTON              44 224 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TITUS                     44 225 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TOM GREEN                 44 226 288 4 178 1 SAN ANGELO
 TOM GREEN                 44 226 999 9 178 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TRAVIS                    44 227 018 2 017 1 AUSTIN
 TRAVIS                    44 227 999 9 017 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TRINITY                   44 228 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TYLER                     44 229 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UPSHUR                    44 230 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UPTON                     44 231 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UVALDE                    44 232 336 6 000 2 UVALDE
 UVALDE                    44 232 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VAL VERDE                 44 233 084 6 000 2 DEL RIO
 VAL VERDE                 44 233 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 VAN ZANDT                 44 234 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VICTORIA                  44 235 342 5 000 2 VICTORIA
 VICTORIA                  44 235 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WALKER                    44 236 159 6 000 2 HUNTSVILLE
 WALKER                    44 236 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WALLER                    44 237 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARD                      44 238 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                44 239 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBB                      44 240 189 4 106 1 LAREDO
 WEBB                      44 240 999 9 106 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHARTON                   44 241 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WHEELER                   44 242 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WICHITA                   44 243 363 4 223 1 WICHITA FALLS
 WICHITA                   44 243 999 9 223 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILBARGER                 44 244 339 6 000 2 VERNON
 WILBARGER                 44 244 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WILLACY                   44 245 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILLIAMSON                44 246 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WILSON                    44 247 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINKLER                   44 248 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WISE                      44 249 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOOD                      44 250 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YOAKUM                    44 251 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YOUNG                     44 252 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ZAPATA                    44 253 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ZAVALA                    44 254 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 45

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BEAVER                    45 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOX ELDER                 45 002 006 6 000 2 BRIGHAM CITY
 BOX ELDER                 45 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CACHE                     45 003 015 6 000 2 LOGAN
 CACHE                     45 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CARBON                    45 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAGGETT                   45 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DAVIS                     45 006 003 5 177 1 BOUNTIFUL
 DAVIS                     45 006 009 6 177 1 CLEARFIELD
 DAVIS                     45 006 012 6 177 1 LAYTON
 DAVIS                     45 006 999 9 177 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DUCHESNE                  45 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 EMERY                     45 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  45 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAND                     45 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IRON                      45 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JUAB                      45 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KANE                      45 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILLARD                   45 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    45 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIUTE                     45 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICH                      45 017 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SALT LAKE                 45 018 018 6 177 1 MURRAY
 SALT LAKE                 45 018 033 3 177 1 SALT LAKE CITY
 SALT LAKE                 45 018 999 9 177 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN JUAN                  45 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SANPETE                   45 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SEVIER                    45 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMMIT                    45 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TOOELE                    45 023 036 6 000 2 TOOELE
 TOOELE                    45 023 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 UINTAH                    45 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UTAH                      45 025 024 5 160 1 OREM
 UTAH                      45 025 027 4 160 1 PROVO
 UTAH                      45 025 999 9 160 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASATCH                   45 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                45 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     45 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WEBER                     45 029 021 4 142 1 OGDEN
 WEBER                     45 029 030 6 142 1 ROY
 WEBER                     45 029 999 9 142 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 46

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADDISON                   46 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENNINGTON                46 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALEDONIA                 46 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHITTENDEN                46 004 006 5 000 2 BURLINGTON
 CHITTENDEN                46 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ESSEX                     46 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  46 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAND ISLE                46 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LAMOILLE                  46 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE                    46 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORLEANS                   46 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUTLAND                   46 011 009 6 000 2 RUTLAND CITY
 RUTLAND                   46 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHINGTON                46 012 003 6 000 2 BARRE CITY
 WASHINGTON                46 012 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WINDHAM                   46 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINDSOR                   46 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 47

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ACCOMACK COUNTY           47 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALBEMARLE COUNTY          47 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALLEGHANY COUNTY          47 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AMELIA COUNTY             47 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 AMHERST COUNTY            47 015 999 9 117 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 APPOMATTOX COUNTY         47 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ARLINGTON COUNTY          47 021 006 3 218 1 ARLINGTON COUNTY
 AUGUSTA COUNTY            47 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BATH COUNTY               47 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BEDFORD COUNTY            47 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BLAND COUNTY              47 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BOTETOURT COUNTY          47 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRUNSWICK COUNTY          47 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUCHANAN COUNTY           47 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BUCKINGHAM COUNTY         47 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMPBELL COUNTY           47 048 999 9 117 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAROLINE COUNTY           47 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARROLL COUNTY            47 054 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLES CITY COUNTY       47 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHARLOTTE COUNTY          47 060 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY       47 063 999 9 166 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLARKE COUNTY             47 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAIG COUNTY              47 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CULPEPER COUNTY           47 072 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CUMBERLAND COUNTY         47 075 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DICKENSON COUNTY          47 078 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DINWIDDIE COUNTY          47 081 999 9 151 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ESSEX COUNTY              47 084 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAIRFAX COUNTY            47 087 081 6 218 1 VIENNA
 FAIRFAX COUNTY            47 087 999 9 218 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FAUQUIER COUNTY           47 090 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLOYD COUNTY              47 093 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FLUVANNA COUNTY           47 096 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN COUNTY           47 099 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREDERICK COUNTY          47 102 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GILES COUNTY              47 105 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GLOUCESTER COUNTY         47 108 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOOCHLAND COUNTY          47 111 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRAYSON COUNTY            47 114 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENE COUNTY             47 117 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENSVILLE COUNTY        47 120 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HALIFAX COUNTY            47 123 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANOVER COUNTY            47 126 999 9 166 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRICO COUNTY            47 129 999 9 166 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HENRY COUNTY              47 132 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HIGHLAND COUNTY           47 135 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY      47 138 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JAMES CITY COUNTY         47 141 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KING AND QUEEN COUNTY     47 144 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KING GEORGE COUNTY        47 147 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KING WILLIAM COUNTY       47 150 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANCASTER COUNTY          47 153 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEE COUNTY                47 156 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOUDOUN COUNTY            47 159 999 9 218 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOUISA COUNTY             47 162 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LUNENBURG COUNTY          47 165 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MADISON COUNTY            47 168 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MATHEWS COUNTY            47 171 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MECKLENBURG COUNTY        47 174 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MIDDLESEX COUNTY          47 177 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONTGOMERY COUNTY         47 180 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NANSEMOND COUNTY          47 183 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NELSON COUNTY             47 186 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NEW KENT COUNTY           47 189 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORTHAMPTON COUNTY        47 195 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY     47 198 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NOTTOWAY COUNTY           47 201 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ORANGE COUNTY             47 204 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PAGE COUNTY               47 207 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PATRICK COUNTY            47 210 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY       47 213 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POWHATAN COUNTY           47 216 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY      47 219 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY      47 222 999 9 151 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY     47 225 999 9 218 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PULASKI COUNTY            47 231 063 6 000 2 PULASKI
 PULASKI COUNTY            47 231 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY       47 234 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RICHMOND COUNTY           47 237 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROANOKE COUNTY            47 240 999 9 167 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY         47 243 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY         47 246 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RUSSELL COUNTY            47 249 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SCOTT COUNTY              47 252 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHENANDOAH COUNTY         47 255 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SMYTH COUNTY              47 258 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY        47 261 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY       47 264 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 STAFFORD COUNTY           47 267 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SURRY COUNTY              47 270 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUSSEX COUNTY             47 273 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAZEWELL COUNTY           47 276 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WARREN COUNTY             47 279 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON COUNTY         47 282 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WESTMORELAND COUNTY       47 285 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WISE COUNTY               47 288 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WYTHE COUNTY              47 291 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 YORK COUNTY               47 294 999 9 139 1 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ALEXANDERIA (FAIRFAX)     47 300 003 3 218 1 ALEXANDRIA
 BEDFORD (BEDFORD)         47 303 999 9 000 2 BEDFORD
 BRISTOL (WASHINGTON)      47 306 009 6 000 2 BRISTOL
 BUENA VISTA (ROCKBRIDGE)  47 309 999 9 000 2 BUENA VISTA
 CHARLOTTESVILLE(ALBEMARLE)47 312 012 5 000 2 CHARLOTTESVILLE
 CHESAPEAKE                47 315 015 4 140 1 CHESAPEAKE
 CLIFTON FORGE (ALLEGHANY) 47 318 999 9 000 2 CLIFTON FORGE
 COLONIAL HEIGHTS(CHSTRFLD)47 321 018 6 151 1 COLONIAL HEIGHTS
 COVINGTON (ALLEGHANY)     47 324 021 6 000 2 COVINGTON
 DANVILLE (PITTSYLVANIA)   47 327 024 5 000 2 DANVILLE
 EMPORIA (GREENSVILLE)     47 330 999 9 000 2 EMPORIA
 FAIRFAX (FAIRFAX)         47 333 027 6 218 1 FAIRFAX
 FALLS CHURCH (FAIRFAX)    47 336 030 6 218 1 FALLS CHURCH
 FRANKLIN (SOUTHAMPTON)    47 339 999 9 000 2 FRANKLIN
 FREDERICKSBURG(SPOTTSYLV.)47 342 033 6 000 2 FREDERICKSBURG
 GALAX (CARROLL & GRAYSON) 47 345 999 9 000 2 GALAX
 HAMPTON                   47 348 036 3 139 1 HAMPTON
 HARRISONBURG (ROCKINGHAM) 47 351 039 6 000 2 HARRISONBURG
 HOPEWELL (PRINCE GEORGE)  47 354 042 6 151 1 HOPEWELL
 LEXINGTON (ROCKBRIDGE)    47 357 999 9 000 2 LEXINGTON
 LYNCHBURG (CAMPBELL)      47 360 045 4 117 1 LYNCHBURG
 MARTINSVILLE (HENRY)      47 363 048 6 000 2 MARTINSVILLE
 NEWPORT NEWS              47 366 051 3 139 1 NEWPORT NEWS
 NORFOLK                   47 369 054 2 140 1 NORFOLK
 NORTON (WISE)             47 372 999 9 000 2 NORTON
 PETERSBURG (DINWIDDIE)    47 375 057 5 151 1 PETERSBURG
 PORTSMOUTH                47 378 060 3 140 1 PORTSMOUTH
 RADFORD (MONTGOMERY)      47 381 066 6 000 2 RADFORD
 RICHMOND (HENRICO)        47 384 069 3 166 1 RICHMOND
 ROANOKE (ROANOKE)         47 387 072 4 167 1 ROANOKE
 SALEM (ROANOKE)           47 390 075 6 167 1 SALEM
 SOUTH BOSTON (HALIFAX)    47 393 999 9 000 2 SOUTH BOSTON
 STAUNTON (AUGUSTA)        47 396 078 6 000 2 STAUNTON
 SUFFOLK (NANSEMOND)       47 399 999 9 000 2 SUFFOLK
 VIRGINIA BEACH            47 402 084 3 140 1 VIRGINIA BEACH
 WAYNESBORO (AUGUSTA)      47 405 087 6 000 2 WAYNESBORO
 WILLIAMSBURG (JAMES CITY) 47 408 999 9 000 2 WILLIAMSBURG
 WINCHESTER (FREDERICK)    47 411 090 6 000 2 WINCHESTER

 NCHS County Listings for State 48

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS                     48 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ASOTIN                    48 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BENTON                    48 003 036 6 000 2 KENNEWICK
 BENTON                    48 003 078 5 000 2 RICHLAND
 BENTON                    48 003 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHELAN                    48 004 096 6 000 2 WENATCHEE
 CHELAN                    48 004 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLALLAM                   48 005 066 6 000 2 PORT ANGELES
 CLALLAM                   48 005 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK                     48 006 090 5 158 1 VANCOUVER
 CLARK                     48 006 999 9 158 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 COLUMBIA                  48 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COWLITZ                   48 008 033 6 000 2 KELSO
 COWLITZ                   48 008 045 5 000 2 LONGVIEW
 COWLITZ                   48 008 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOUGLAS                   48 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FERRY                     48 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FRANKLIN                  48 011 063 6 000 2 PASCO
 FRANKLIN                  48 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GARFIELD                  48 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     48 013 054 6 000 2 MOSES LAKE
 GRANT                     48 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 GRAYS HARBOR              48 014 003 6 000 2 ABERDEEN
 GRAYS HARBOR              48 014 030 6 000 2 HOQUIAM
 GRAYS HARBOR              48 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 ISLAND                    48 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 48 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KING                      48 017 006 6 188 1 AUBURN
 KING                      48 017 009 4 188 1 BELLEVUE
 KING                      48 017 039 6 188 1 KENT
 KING                      48 017 042 6 188 1 KIRKLAND
 KING                      48 017 051 6 188 1 MERCER ISLAND CITY
 KING                      48 017 073 6 188 1 REDMOND
 KING                      48 017 075 5 188 1 RENTON
 KING                      48 017 081 1 188 1 SEATTLE
 KING                      48 017 999 9 188 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KITSAP                    48 018 015 5 000 2 BREMERTON
 KITSAP                    48 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KITTITAS                  48 019 024 6 000 2 ELLENSBURG
 KITTITAS                  48 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KLICKITAT                 48 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LEWIS                     48 021 018 6 000 2 CENTRALIA
 LEWIS                     48 021 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   48 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MASON                     48 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OKANOGAN                  48 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PACIFIC                   48 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PEND OREILLE              48 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIERCE                    48 027 072 6 202 1 PUYALLUP
 PIERCE                    48 027 087 3 202 1 TACOMA
 PIERCE                    48 027 999 9 202 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SAN JUAN                  48 028 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SKAGIT                    48 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SKAMANIA                  48 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SNOHOMISH                 48 031 021 6 188 1 EDMONDS
 SNOHOMISH                 48 031 027 4 188 1 EVERETT
 SNOHOMISH                 48 031 048 6 188 1 LYNNWOOD
 SNOHOMISH                 48 031 057 6 188 1 MOUNTLAKE TERRACE
 SNOHOMISH                 48 031 999 9 188 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SPOKANE                   48 032 084 3 194 1 SPOKANE
 SPOKANE                   48 032 999 9 194 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 STEVENS                   48 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 THURSTON                  48 034 060 6 000 2 OLYMPIA
 THURSTON                  48 034 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAHKIAKUM                 48 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALLA WALLA               48 036 093 6 000 2 WALLA WALLA
 WALLA WALLA               48 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHATCOM                   48 037 012 5 000 2 BELLINGHAM
 WHATCOM                   48 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WHITMAN                   48 038 069 6 000 2 PULLMAN
 WHITMAN                   48 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 YAKIMA                    48 039 099 5 000 2 YAKIMA
 YAKIMA                    48 039 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 49

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 BARBOUR                   49 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BERKELEY                  49 002 021 6 000 2 MARTINSBURG
 BERKELEY                  49 002 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BOONE                     49 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BRAXTON                   49 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROOKE                    49 005 042 5 199 1 WEIRTON PT
 BROOKE                    49 005 999 9 199 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CABELL                    49 006 018 4 088 1 HUNTINGTON PT
 CABELL                    49 006 999 9 088 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CALHOUN                   49 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CLAY                      49 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DODDRIDGE                 49 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FAYETTE                   49 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GILMER                    49 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT                     49 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREENBRIER                49 013 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HAMPSHIRE                 49 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HANCOCK                   49 015 042 5 199 1 WEIRTON PT
 HANCOCK                   49 015 999 9 199 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 HARDY                     49 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HARRISON                  49 017 012 6 000 2 CLARKSBURG
 HARRISON                  49 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JACKSON                   49 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON                 49 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KANAWHA                   49 020 009 4 039 1 CHARLESTON
 KANAWHA                   49 020 033 6 039 1 ST ALBANS
 KANAWHA                   49 020 036 6 039 1 SOUTH CHARLESTON
 KANAWHA                   49 020 999 9 039 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LEWIS                     49 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   49 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LOGAN                     49 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MC DOWELL                 49 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MARION                    49 025 015 5 000 2 FAIRMONT
 MARION                    49 025 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARSHALL                  49 026 027 6 221 1 MOUNDSVILLE
 MARSHALL                  49 026 999 9 221 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MASON                     49 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MERCER                    49 028 006 6 000 2 BLUEFIELD
 MERCER                    49 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MINERAL                   49 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MINGO                     49 030 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MONONGALIA                49 031 024 5 000 2 MORGANTOWN
 MONONGALIA                49 031 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE                    49 032 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MORGAN                    49 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NICHOLAS                  49 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OHIO                      49 035 045 5 221 1 WHEELING
 OHIO                      49 035 999 9 221 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PENDLETON                 49 036 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PLEASANTS                 49 037 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POCAHONTAS                49 038 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PRESTON                   49 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PUTNAM                    49 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RALEIGH                   49 041 003 6 000 2 BECKLEY
 RALEIGH                   49 041 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RANDOLPH                  49 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RITCHIE                   49 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROANE                     49 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SUMMERS                   49 045 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TAYLOR                    49 046 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TUCKER                    49 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TYLER                     49 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UPSHUR                    49 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAYNE                     49 050 018 4 088 1 HUNTINGTON PT
 WAYNE                     49 050 999 9 088 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WEBSTER                   49 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WETZEL                    49 052 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WIRT                      49 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WOOD                      49 054 030 5 000 2 PARKERSBURG
 WOOD                      49 054 039 6 000 2 VIENNA
 WOOD                      49 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WYOMING                   49 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 50

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ADAMS COUNTY              50 001 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ASHLAND COUNTY            50 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BARRON COUNTY             50 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BAYFIELD COUNTY           50 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BROWN COUNTY              50 005 024 6 080 1 DE PERE
 BROWN COUNTY              50 005 039 4 080 1 GREEN BAY
 BROWN COUNTY              50 005 999 9 080 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BUFFALO COUNTY            50 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 BURNETT COUNTY            50 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CALUMET COUNTY            50 008 003 4 012 1 APPLETON PT
 CALUMET COUNTY            50 008 999 9 012 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CHIPPEWA COUNTY           50 009 018 6 000 2 CHIPPEWA FALLS
 CHIPPEWA COUNTY           50 009 027 5 000 2 EAU CLAIRE PT
 CHIPPEWA COUNTY           50 009 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 CLARK COUNTY              50 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 COLUMBIA COUNTY           50 011 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CRAWFORD COUNTY           50 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DANE COUNTY               50 013 060 3 119 1 MADISON
 DANE COUNTY               50 013 087 6 119 1 MONONA
 DANE COUNTY               50 013 999 9 119 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DODGE COUNTY              50 014 006 6 000 2 BEAVER DAM
 DODGE COUNTY              50 014 129 6 000 2 WATERTOWN PT
 DODGE COUNTY              50 014 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DOOR COUNTY               50 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 DOUGLAS COUNTY            50 016 123 5 059 1 SUPERIOR
 DOUGLAS COUNTY            50 016 999 9 059 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 DUNN COUNTY               50 017 078 6 000 2 MENOMONEE
 DUNN COUNTY               50 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 EAU CLAIRE COUNTY         50 018 027 5 000 2 EAU CLAIRE PT
 EAU CLAIRE COUNTY         50 018 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FLORENCE COUNTY           50 019 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FOND DU LAC COUNTY        50 020 030 5 000 2 FOND DU LAC
 FOND DU LAC COUNTY        50 020 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 FOREST COUNTY             50 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GRANT COUNTY              50 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREEN COUNTY              50 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GREEN LAKE COUNTY         50 024 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IOWA COUNTY               50 025 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 IRON COUNTY               50 026 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JACKSON COUNTY            50 027 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JEFFERSON COUNTY          50 028 129 6 000 2 WATERTOWN PT
 JEFFERSON COUNTY          50 028 150 6 000 2 WHITEWATER PT
 JEFFERSON COUNTY          50 028 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 JUNEAU COUNTY             50 029 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 KENOSHA COUNTY            50 030 054 4 098 1 KENOSHA
 KENOSHA COUNTY            50 030 999 9 098 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 KEWAUNEE COUNTY           50 031 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LA CROSSE COUNTY          50 032 057 4 100 1 LA CROSSE
 LA CROSSE COUNTY          50 032 999 9 100 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LAFAYETTE COUNTY          50 033 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LANGLADE COUNTY           50 034 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LINCOLN COUNTY            50 035 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MANITOWOC COUNTY          50 036 063 5 000 2 MANITOWOC
 MANITOWOC COUNTY          50 036 126 6 000 2 TWO RIVERS
 MANITOWOC COUNTY          50 036 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARATHON COUNTY           50 037 069 6 000 2 MARSHFIELD PT
 MARATHON COUNTY           50 037 135 5 000 2 WAUSAU
 MARATHON COUNTY           50 037 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARINETTE COUNTY          50 038 066 6 000 2 MARINETTE
 MARINETTE COUNTY          50 038 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MARQUETTE COUNTY          50 039 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MENOMINEE COUNTY          50 040 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 015 6 126 1 BROWN DEER
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 021 6 126 1 CUDAHY
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 033 6 126 1 FRANKLIN
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 036 6 126 1 GLENDALE
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 042 6 126 1 GREENDALE
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 045 6 126 1 GREENFIELD
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 084 1 126 1 MILWAUKEE PT
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 099 6 126 1 OAK CREEK
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 108 6 126 1 ST FRANCIS
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 114 6 126 1 SHOREWOOD
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 117 6 126 1 SOUTH MILWAUKEE
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 138 4 126 1 WAUWATOSA
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 141 4 126 1 WEST ALLIS
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 147 6 126 1 WHITEFISH BAY
 MILWAUKEE COUNTY          50 041 999 9 126 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 MONROE COUNTY             50 042 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OCONTO COUNTY             50 043 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ONEIDA COUNTY             50 044 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 OUTAGAMIE COUNTY          50 045 003 4 012 1 APPLETON PT
 OUTAGAMIE COUNTY          50 045 051 6 012 1 KAUKAUNA
 OUTAGAMIE COUNTY          50 045 999 9 012 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 OZAUKEE COUNTY            50 046 081 6 126 1 MEQUON
 OZAUKEE COUNTY            50 046 999 9 126 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PEPIN COUNTY              50 047 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PIERCE COUNTY             50 048 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 POLK COUNTY               50 049 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PORTAGE COUNTY            50 050 120 6 000 2 STEVENS POINT
 PORTAGE COUNTY            50 050 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 PRICE COUNTY              50 051 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 RACINE COUNTY             50 052 105 4 162 1 RACINE
 RACINE COUNTY             50 052 999 9 162 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RICHLAND COUNTY           50 053 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ROCK COUNTY               50 054 009 5 000 2 BELOIT
 ROCK COUNTY               50 054 048 5 000 2 JANESVILLE
 ROCK COUNTY               50 054 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 RUSK COUNTY               50 055 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 ST CROIX COUNTY           50 056 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAUK COUNTY               50 057 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SAWYER COUNTY             50 058 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHAWANO COUNTY            50 059 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHEBOYGAN COUNTY          50 060 111 5 000 2 SHEBOYGAN
 SHEBOYGAN COUNTY          50 060 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TAYLOR COUNTY             50 061 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 TREMPEALEAU COUNTY        50 062 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VERNON COUNTY             50 063 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 VILAS COUNTY              50 064 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WALWORTH COUNTY           50 065 150 6 000 2 WHITEWATER PT
 WALWORTH COUNTY           50 065 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WASHBURN COUNTY           50 066 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHINGTON COUNTY         50 067 084 1 126 1 MILWAUKEE PT
 WASHINGTON COUNTY         50 067 144 6 126 1 WEST BEND
 WASHINGTON COUNTY         50 067 999 9 126 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 012 5 126 1 BROOKFIELD
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 075 5 126 1 MENOMONEE FALLS
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 090 6 126 1 MUSKEGO
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 096 5 126 1 NEW BERLIN
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 132 5 126 1 WAUKESHA
 WAUKESHA COUNTY           50 068 999 9 126 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WAUPACA COUNTY            50 069 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WAUSHARA COUNTY           50 070 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WINNEBAGO COUNTY          50 071 072 6 012 1 MENASHA
 WINNEBAGO COUNTY          50 071 093 6 012 1 NEENAH
 WINNEBAGO COUNTY          50 071 102 4 012 1 OSHKOSH
 WINNEBAGO COUNTY          50 071 999 9 012 1 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 WOOD COUNTY               50 072 069 6 000 2 MARSHFIELD PT
 WOOD COUNTY               50 072 153 6 000 2 WISCONSIN RAPIDS
 WOOD COUNTY               50 072 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY

 NCHS County Listings for State 51

 COUNTY NAME           STATE CO. CI. PS SMSA M/N CITY NAME

 ALBANY                    51 001 009 6 000 2 LARAMIE
 ALBANY                    51 001 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 BIG HORN                  51 002 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CAMPBELL                  51 003 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CARBON                    51 004 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CONVERSE                  51 005 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 CROOK                     51 006 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 FREMONT                   51 007 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 GOSHEN                    51 008 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 HOT SPRINGS               51 009 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 JOHNSON                   51 010 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 LARAMIE                   51 011 006 5 000 2 CHEYENNE
 LARAMIE                   51 011 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 LINCOLN                   51 012 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 NATRONA                   51 013 003 5 000 2 CASPER
 NATRONA                   51 013 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 NIOBRARA                  51 014 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PARK                      51 015 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 PLATTE                    51 016 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SHERIDAN                  51 017 015 6 000 2 SHERIDAN
 SHERIDAN                  51 017 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 SUBLETTE                  51 018 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 SWEETWATER                51 019 012 6 000 2 ROCK SPRINGS
 SWEETWATER                51 019 999 9 000 2 BALANCE OF COUNTY
 TETON                     51 020 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 UINTA                     51 021 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WASHAKIE                  51 022 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY
 WESTON                    51 023 999 9 000 2 ENTIRE COUNTY

 NCHS Listings for Puerto Rico

 PUERTO RICO               52 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z PUERTO RICO

 NCHS Listings for Virgin Islands

 VIRGIN ISLANDS            53 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z VIRGIN ISLANDS

 NCHS Listings for Guam

 GUAM                      54 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z GUAM

 NCHS Listings for Canada

 CANADA                    55 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z CANADA

 NCHS Listings for Cuba

 CUBA                      56 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z CUBA

 NCHS Listings for Mexico

 MEXICO                    57 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z MEXICO

 NCHS Listings for Other Western Hemisphere

 OTHER WESTERN HEMISPHERE  58 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z OTHER WESTERN HEMISPHERE

 NCHS Listings for Remainder of World

 REMAINDER OF WORLD        59 ZZZ ZZZ Z ZZZ Z REMAINDER OF WORLD

 70-78 NCHS Geographic Codes

 Tape
 Location        Item Description and Codes

 1-5             Codes for NCHS internal use

 6-7             STATE -  The 50 States and D.C. are numbered in
                          alphabetical sequence form 01-51. (Appendix A)

                          52...Puerto Rico
                          53...Virgin Islands
                          54...Guam
                          55...Canada
                          56...Cuba
                          57...Mexico
                          58...Other Western Hemisphere
                          59... Remainder of World

 8-10            COUNTY -Counties are numbered in alphabetical
                         sequence within each State.
                         (Foreign Residents are coded ZZZ in
                          these positions.)

 11-13           CITY -  These codes identify each city with a population
                         of 10,000 or more. Cities are numbered in
                         alphabetical sequence within State. Balance of
                         County is coded 999 in these positions. (Foreign
                         Residents are coded ZZZ)

   14            POPULATION SIZE CODE (Applicable to City of Residence)
                  0 ... Place of 1,000,000 or more
                  1 ... Place of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                  2 ... Place of 250,000 to 500,000
                  3 ... Place of 100,000 to 250,000
                  4 ... Place of 50,000 to 100,000
                  5 ... Place of 25,000 to 50,000
                  6 ... Place of 10,000 to 25,000
                  9 ... All other areas in U.S.
                  Z ... Foreign Residents

 15-17            STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (SMSA)
                  (Applicable to Residence only)
                  001-229 ... SMSA Codes as outlined in Appendix B.
                      000 ... Nonmetropolitan counties
                  ZZZ ... Nonresident aliens

   18             METROPOLITAN-NONMETROPOLITAN COUNTY CODE (Residence)
                   1 ... Metropolitan County
                   2 ... Nonmetropolitan County
                   Z ... Foreign Residents

   19            For internal use

 20-45           County name

 46-71           City name (or "Entire County"
                            or "Balance of County")


Abstract 1979-1992

 MORTALITY 1979-1992

 Abstract 1979-1992

          Introduction and Special Notes about Data

          Detail Mortality Public Use Tape File
                        1979-1990

 The mortality file is maintained by data year. The file is comprised of:
 (1) records for all deaths received in machine-readable form and (2)
 records for all deaths received on microfilm (coded and keyed by NCHS
 personnel).

 Mortality tabulations, published by the National Center for Health
 Statistics/Division of Vital Statistics (NCHS/DVS), are by place of by
 residence unless otherwise specified in the tables. Deaths to
 nonresidents of the United States (Foreign Residents) are excluded from )
 these tabulations. However, tables by place of occurence include deaths  of
 to nonresidents of the United States and totals differ from resident
 tables.

 If your totals differ from NCHS published figures, different handling
 of foreign residents may be the reason. Foreign resident records can be
 identified by codes 52 through 57 and 59 in locations 31-32.

                      Special Notice

 In 1982 the geographic codes changed to reflect the results of the
 1980 Census.


 Included in this document are:

    List of data elements and tape locations.

    Detail record layout.

    Titles and recodes for the 282, the 72, the 61, the 52, and the
    34 cause-of-death lists.

    Titles and recodes for the 51 and the 15 business or industry lists.

    Titles and recodes for the 59 and the 9 usual occupation lists.

    Technical Appendix along with the 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,
    1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, and 1987 addendum.

    Geographic Code Outline Effective with 1982 Data.

    Standard Metropolitan  Statistical Areas Established in 1980 and
    Adapted for Use by DVS.

 Summary List of Data Elements and Tape Locations

                                                     Tape
            Data Items                               Locations

         1. General
            a. Data year                             1-2
            b. Reporting area                        3
            c. Record Type                           19
            d. Resident status                       20
            e. Date of death                         55-58

         2. Occurrence
            a. State                                 21-22
            b. Expanded State                        29-30
               (Effective beginning 1979)
            c. County                                23-25
            d. Region                                26
            e. Division                              27
            f. FlPS State                            119-120
               (Effective beginning 1982)
            g. FlPS County                           121-123
               (Effective beginning 1982)

         3. Residence
            a. State                                 31-32
            b. Expanded State                        44-45
               (Effective beginning 1979)
            c. County                                33-35
            d. City                                  36-38
               (Codes changed in 1982)
            e. Population size                       39
            f. Met/Nonmet county                     40
            g. Region                                41
               (Effective beginning 1979)
            h. Division                              42
            i. SMSA                                  46-48
               (Codes changed in 1980)
            j. FIPS State                            124-125
               (Effective beginning 1982)
            k. FlPS County                           126-128
               (Effective beginning 1982)
            l. FIPS SMSA                             129-132
               (Effective beginning 1980)

         4. The Decedent
            a. Sex                                   59
            b. Race                                  60-63
            c. Age                                   64-74
            d. Marital status                        77
               (Effective beginning 1979)
            e. State of birth                        78-79
               (Effective beginning 1979)
            f. Origin or Descent                     80-81
               (Effective beginning 1984)
            g. Kind of Business or Industry          85-87, 94-97
               (Effective beginning 1985)
            h. Usual Occupation                      88-90, 98-101
               (Effective beginning 1985)


         5. Underlying Cause
            a. lCD-9 code                            142-145
            b. 282 cause recode                      146-150
            c. 72 cause recode                       151-153
            d. 61 cause recode                       154-156
            e. 52 cause recode                       91-93
               (Effective beginning 1985)
            f. 34 cause recode                       157-159
            g. Autopsy performed                     84
            h. Place of accident                     141

 
 Symbols Used in Tables

                   Symbol   Explanation
                   ---      Data not available
                   ...      Category not applicable
                     -      Quantity zero
                   0.0      Quantity more than 0 but less than 0.05
                     *      Figure does not meet standards of
                            reliability or precision
 

Record Layout 1979-1987

 Record Layout 1979-1987

 Tape Locations 1-20

                       Mortality Detail Record
                         1979-1987

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 1-2       2      Last 2 Digits of Data Year
                   79 - 87  ... 1979 to 1987

 3         1      Reporting Area
                    The following codes used with the State of Occurrence
                    codes, locations 21-22, identify separate reporting
                    areas.

                    1  Bronx borough, Bronx County
                    2  Brooklyn borough, Kings County
                    3  Manhattan borough, New York Count
                    4  Queens borough, Queens County
                    5  Staten Island borough, Richmond County
                    6  Chicago
                    0  All other areas

 4-9       6      Certificate Number
                    These positions are blank.

 10-11     2      Shipment Number
                    00-nn... 
			Shipments from each reporting area are
	                numbered consecutively, 01,02,etc.
			00 appears in 1979 data set on August 12, 2010.
			00 indicates that the Shipment field value is unknown.


 12-18     7      Sequence Number
                    These positions are blank.

 19        1      Record Type
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrenceand Residence are
                        the same.
                    2   NONRESIDENTS
                        State and/or County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are different.

 20        1      Resident Status
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are the same.
                    2   INTRASTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are the same,
                        but County is different.
                    3   INTERSTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are different,
                        but both are in the U.S.
                    4   FOREIGN RESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence is one of the 50 States or
                        the District of Columbia, but Place of Residence
                        is outside of the U.S.
 Tape Locations 21-30

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 21-30     10     PLACE OF OCCURRENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back
                    in this document for a detailed list of areas and
                    codes.

 21-22     2      State of Occurrence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming

 23-25     3      County of Occurrence
                    001-nnn  Counties and county equivalents (independent
                             and coextensive cities) are numbered
                             alphabetically within each State. (Note: To
                             uniquely identify a county, both the State
                             and county codes must be used.)

 26        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 27-28     2      Division and State Subcode of Occurrence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    26 is Region. 27 is Division. 28 is State subcode.
                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1     Maine
                        2     New Hampshire
                        3     Vermont
                        4     Massachusetts
                        5     Rhode Island
                        6     Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1     New York
                        2     New Jersey
                        3     Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1     Ohio
                        2     Indiana
                        3     Illinois
                        4     Michigan
                        5     Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1     Minnesota
                        2     Iowa
                        3     Missouri
                        4     North Dakota
                        5     South Dakota
                        6     Nebraska
                        7     Kansas
                    3     SOUTH
                      5     South Atlantic
                        1     Delaware
                        2     Maryland
                        3     District of Columbia
                        4     Virginia
                        5     West Virginia
                        6     North Carolina
                        7     South Carolina
                        8     Georgia
                        9     Florida
                      6     East South Central
                        1     Kentucky
                        2     Tennessee
                        3     Alabama
                        4     Mississippi
                      7     West South Central
                        1     Arkansas
                        2     Louisiana
                        3     Oklahoma
                        4     Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1     Montana
                        2     Idaho
                        3     Wyoming
                        4     Colorado
                        5     New Mexico
                        6     Arizona
                        7     Utah
                        8     Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1     Washington
                        2     Oregon
                        3     California
                        4     Alaska
                        5     Hawaii

 29-30     2      Expanded State of Occurrence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New
                    York City records from other New York State records.

                    01             Alabama
                    02             Alaska
                    03             Arizona
                    04             Arkansas
                    05             California
                    06             Colorado
                    07             Connecticut
                    08             Delaware
                    09             District of Columbia
                    10             Florida
                    11             Georgia
                    12             Hawaii
                    13             Idaho
                    14             Illinois
                    15             Indiana
                    16             Iowa
                    17             Kansas
                    18             Kentucky
                    19             Louisiana
                    20             Maine
                    21             Maryland
                    22             Massachusetts
                    23             Michigan
                    24             Minnesota
                    25             Mississippi
                    26             Missouri
                    27             Montana
                    28             Nebraska
                    29             Nevada
                    30             New Hampshire
                    31             New Jersey
                    32             New Mexico
                    33             New York
                    34             New York City
                    35             North Carolina
                    36             North Dakota
                    37             Ohio
                    38             Oklahoma
                    39             Oregon
                    40             Pennsylvania
                    41             Rhode Island
                    42             South Carolina
                    43             South Dakota
                    44             Tennessee
                    45             Texas
                    46             Utah
                    47             Vermont
                    48             Virginia
                    49             Washington
                    50             West Virginia
                    51             Wisconsin
                    52             Wyoming

 Tape Locations 31-48

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 31-48     18     PLACE OF RESIDENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.

 31-32     2      State of Residence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming
              52-57,59   Foreign residents
                    52      Puerto Rico
                    53      Virgin Islands
                    54      Guam
                    55      Canada
                    56      Cuba
                    57      Mexico
                    59      Remainder of the world

 33-35     3      County of Residence

                    001-nnn    Counties and county equivalents
                               (indepedent and coextensive cities) are
                               numbered alphabetically within each State.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a county, both
                               the State and county codes must be used.)
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents

 36-38     3      City of Residence

                    001-nnn    Cities are numbered alphabetically within
                               each State and identify each city with a
                               population of 100,000 or more in 1980.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a city, both
                               the State and city codes must be used.
                               State, county and city codes may also be
                               used.)
                    999        Balance of county
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents

 39        1      Population Size of City of Residence

                    0        Place of 1,000,000 or more
                    1        Place of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                    2        Place of 250,000 to 500,000
                    3        Place of 100,000 to 250,000
                    9        All other areas in the U.S
                    Z        Foreign residents

 40        1      Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County of Residence

                    1           Metropolitan County
                    2           Nonmetropolitan county
                    Z           Foreign residents

 41        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 42-43     2      Division and State Subcode of Residence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    41 is Region.  42 is Division.  43 is State subcode.

                    000   Foreign residents

                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1      Maine
                        2      New Hampshire
                        3      Vermont
                        4      Massachusetts
                        5      Rhode Island
                        6      Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1      New York
                        2      New Jersey
                        3      Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1      Ohio
                        2      Indiana
                        3      Illinois
                        4      Michigan
                        5      Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1      Minnesota
                        2      Iowa
                        3      Missouri
                        4      North Dakota
                        5      South Dakota
                        6      Nebraska
                        7      Kansas
                    3      SOUTH
                      5      South Atlantic
                        1      Delaware
                        2      Maryland
                        3      District of Columbia
                        4      Virginia
                        5      West Virginia
                        6      North Carolina
                        7      South Carolina
                        8      Georgia
                        9      Florida
                      6      East South Central
                        1      Kentucky
                        2      Tennessee
                        3      Alabama
                        4      Mississipoi
                      7     West South Central
                        1      Arkansas
                        2      Louisiana
                        3      Oklahoma
                        4      Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1      Montana
                        2      Idaho
                        3      Wyoming
                        4      Colorado
                        5      New Mexico
                        6      Arizona
                        7      Utah
                        8      Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1      Washington
                        2      Oregon
                        3      California
                        4      Alaska
                        5      Hawaii

 44-45     2      Expanded State of Residence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New York
                    City records from other New York State records.

                    01            Alabama
                    02            Alaska
                    03            Arizona
                    04            Arkansas
                    05            California
                    06            Colorado
                    07            Connecticut
                    08            Delaware
                    09            District of Columbia
                    10            Florida
                    11            Georgia
                    12            Hawaii
                    13            Idaho
                    14            Illinois
                    15            Indiana
                    16            Iowa
                    17            Kansas
                    18            Kentucky
                    19            Louisiana
                    20            Maine
                    21            Maryland
                    22            Massachusetts
                    23            Michigan
                    24            Minnesota
                    25            Mississippi
                    26            Missouri
                    27            Montana
                    28            Nebraska
                    29            Nevada
                    30            New Hampshire
                    31            New Jersey
                    32            New Mexico
                    33            New York
                    34            New York City
                    35            North Carolina
                    36            North Dakota
                    37            Ohio
                    38            Oklahoma
                    39            Oregon
                    40            Pennsylvania
                    41            Rhode Island
                    42            South Carolina
                    43            South Dakota
                    44            Tennessee
                    45            Texas
                    46            Utah
                    47            Vermont
                    48            Virginia
                    49            Washington
                    50            West Virginia
                    51            Wisconsin
                    52            Wyoming
                    53            Puerto Rico
                    54            Virgin Islands
                    55            Guam
                    56            Canada
                    57            Cuba
                    58            Mexico
                    60            Remainder of the world

 46-48     3      NCHS Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) of
                   Residence

                    Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas are those
                    established by the U.S. Office of Management and
                    Budget (OMB) using final 1980 Census population
                    counts. For New England, New England County
                    Metropolitan Areas (NECMA) are used.

                    Further back in this document is a list of SMSA's
                    and their component counties.

  (Applies to       000          Nonmetropolitan counties
   1980-86 data)    001-305      The 305 SMSA's established for 1980
                    ZZZ          Foreign residents

  (Applies to       000          Nonmetropolitan counties except
   1979 data only)               those coded &&&
                    &&&          Nonmetropolitan counties included in the
                                 Standard Consolidated Areas
                    001-229      The 229 SMSA's established in 1970
                    ZZZ          Foreign residents

 Tape Locations 49-63

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 49-54     6      Reserved Positions

 55-58     4      DATE OF DEATH
                    (Note: Year of death is given in tape locations 1-2.)

 55-56     2      Month
                    01             January
                    02             February
                    03             March
                    04             April
                    05             May
                    06             June
                    07             July
                    08             August
                    09             September
                    10             October
                    11             November
                    12             December

 57-58     2      Day
                   01-31           As applicable to month ofdeath
                   99              Not stated day of death

 59        1      Sex
                    1              Male
                    2              Female

 60-63     4      RACE
 60-61     2      Detail Race
                    00             Other Asian or Pacific Islander
                    01             White
                    02             Black
                    03             American Indian (includes Aleuts and
                                    Eskimos)
                    04             Chinese
                    05             Japanese
                    06             Hawaiian (includes Part-Hawaiian)
                    07             All other races
                    08             Filipino


 62        1      Race Recode 3

                    1              White
                    2              Races other than White or Black
                    3              Black

 63        1      Race Recode 2

                    1              White
                    2              All other races

 Tape Locations 64-74

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 64-74    11      AGE

 64-66     3      Detail Age

                    Three positions are used to code age. Location 64
                    identifies age in years, months, days, etc. Locationss,
                    65-66 are the number of years, months, days, etc.

                    0   01-99      Years less than 100
                    1   00-99      Years 100 or more
                    2   01-11,99   Months
                    3   01-03,99   Weeks
                    4   01-27,99   Days
                    5   01-23,99   Hours
                    6   01-59,99   Minutes
                    9   99         Age not stated

 67-68     2      Age Recode 52

                    01   Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                          minutes)
                    02   1-23 hours
                    03   1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04   2 days
                    05   3 days
                    06   4 days
                    07   5 days
                    08   6 days
                    09   7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10   14 - 20 days
                    11   21 - 27 days
                    12   1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13   2 months
                    14   3 months
                    15   4 months
                    16   5 months
                    17   6 months
                    18   7 months
                    19   8 months
                    20   9 months
                    21   10 months
                    22   11 months
                    23   1 year
                    24   2 years
                    25   3 years
                    26   4 years
                    27   5 - 9 years
                    28   10 - 14 years
                    29   15 - 19 years
                    30   20 - 24 years
                    31   25 - 29 years
                    32   30 - 34 years
                    33   35 - 39 years
                    34   40 - 44 years
                    35   45 - 49 years
                    36   30 - 54 years
                    37   35 - 59 years
                    38   60 - 64 years
                    39   65 - 69 years
                    40   70 - 74 years
                    41   75 - 79 years
                    42   80 - 84 years
                    43   85 - 89 years
                    44   90 - 94 years
                    45   95 - 99 years
                    46   100 - 104 years
                    47   105 - 109 years
                    48   110 - 114 years
                    49   115 - 119 years
                    50   120 - 124 years
                    51   125 years and over
                    52   Age not stated

 69-70     2      Age Recode 27

                    01       Under 1 month (includes not stated weeks,
                               days, hours, and minutes)
                    02       1 month - 11 months (includes not stated
                               months)
                    03       1 year
                    04       2 years
                    05       3 years
                    06       4 years
                    07       5 - 9 years
                    08       10 - 14 years
                    09       15 - 19 years
                    10       20 - 24 years
                    11       25 - 29 years
                    12       30 - 34 years
                    13       35 - 39 years
                    14       40 - 44 years
                    15       45 - 49 years
                    16       50 - 54 years
                    17       55 - 59 years
                    18       60 - 64 years
                    19       65 - 69 years
                    20       70 - 74 years
                    21       75 - 79 years
                    22       80 - 84 years
                    23       85 - 89 years
                    24       90 - 94 years
                    25       95 - 99 years
                    26       100 years and over
                    27       Age not stated

 71-72     2      Age Recode 12

                    01       Under 1 year (includes not stated infant
                              ages)
                    02       1 - 4 years
                    03       5 - 14 years
                    04       15 - 24 years
                    05       25 - 34 years
                    06       35 - 44 years
                    07       45 - 54 years
                    08       55 - 64 years
                    09       65 - 74 years
                    10       75 - 84 years
                    11       85 years and over
                    12       Age not stated

 73-74     2      Infant Age Recode 22

                    Blank    Age 1 year and over or not stated
                    01       Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                              minutes)
                    02       1 - 23 hours
                    03       1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04       2 days
                    05       3 days
                    06       4 days
                    07       5 days
                    08       6 days
                    09       7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10       14 - 20 days
                    11       21 - 27 days
                    12       1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13       2 months
                    14       3 months
                    15       4 months
                    16       5 months
                    17       6 months
                    18       7 months
                    19       8 months
                    20       9 months
                    21       10 months
                    22       11 months

 Tape Locations 75-87

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 75        1      Hospital and Status

                    1        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Inpatient
                    2        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Outpatient or admitted to Emergency Room
                    3        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Dead on Arrival
                    4        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Patient status unknown
                    5        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Patient status not on certificate
                    6        Other Institutions providing patient care
                    7        All other reported entries
                    8        Dead on Arrival
                             - Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center name
                               not given
                    9        Hospital and patient status not stated

 76        1      Reserved Position

 77        1      Marital Status
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    1    Never married, single
                    2    Married
                    3    Widowed
                    4    Divorced
                    8    Marital Status not on certificate
                    9    Marital Status not stated

 78-79     2      State of Birth
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

                    01       Alabama
                    02       Alaska
                    03       Arizona
                    04       Arkansas
                    05       California
                    06       Colorado
                    07       Connecticut
                    08       Delaware
                    09       District of Columbia
                    10       Florida
                    11       Georgia
                    12       Hawaii
                    13       Idaho
                    14       Illinois
                    15       Indiana
                    16       Iowa
                    17       Kansas
                    18       Kentucky
                    19       Louisiana
                    20       Maine
                    21       Maryland
                    22       Massachusetts
                    23       Michigan
                    24       Minnesota
                    25       Mississippi
                    26       Missouri
                    27       Montana
                    28       Nebraska
                    29       Nevada
                    30       New Hampshire
                    31       New Jersey
                    32       New Mexico
                    33       New York
                    34       North Carolina
                    35       North Dakota
                    36       Ohio
                    37       Oklahoma
                    38       Oregon
                    39       Pennsylvania
                    40       Rhode Island
                    41       South Carolina
                    42       South Dakota
                    43       Tennessee
                    44       Texas
                    45       Utah
                    46       Vermont
                    47       Virginia
                    48       Washington
                    49       West Virginia
                    50       Wisconsin
                    51       Wyoming
                    52       Puerto Rico
                    53       Virgin Islands
                    54       Guam
                    55       Canada
                    56       Cuba
                    57       Mexico
                    59       Remainder of the world
                    99       State of birth unknown

 80-81     2      Origin or Descent
                  (Effective beginning 1984)
                    00    Non-Spanish
                    01    Mexican
                    02    Puerto Rican
                    03    Cuban
                    04    Central or South American
                    05    Other or Unknown Spanish
                    06    American
                    07    American Indian
                    08    British, Scottish, Welsh, Scotch-Irish
                    09    Irish
                    10    German
                    11    French
                    12    Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
                    13    Polish
                    14    Italian
                    15    Other North, Central, and South American
                    16    Other Western European
                    17    Other Northern European
                    18    Other Eastern European
                    19    Other Southern European (excluding Spain)
                    20    Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander
                    21    South Central Asian
                    22    Other Asian
                    23    North African
                    24    Other African
                    88    Not reported
                    99    Not classifiable

 82-83     2      Reserved Positions

 84        1      Autopsy Performed

                    1     Yes
                    2     No
                    8     Autopsy performed not on certificate
                    9     Autopsy performed not stated


 85-87     3      Kind of Business or Industry(Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    010-990 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    942     ... Armed forces
                    951     ... Retired; with no other industry reported
                    961     ... Non - paid worker or non-worker

 Tape Locations 88-118

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 88-90     3      USUAL OCCUPATION (Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    003-999 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    905   ... Military
                    913   ... Retired; with no other occupation reported
                    914   ... Homemaker
                    915   ... Student
                    916   ... Volunteer
                    917   ... None

 91-93     3      52 Cause Recode (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the cause code into 52 groups designed
                    for use in producing tabulations. See Cause of Death
                    recodes for a complete list.

                    010-560 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 94-95     2      Business or Industry Recode 51
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 51
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-51 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 96-97     2      Business or Industry Recode 15
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 15
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-15 ... Code range

 98-99     2      Usual Occupation Recode 59
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 59
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-59 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 100-101   2      Usual Occupation Recode 9
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 9
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-09 ... Code range

 102-118  17      Reserved Positions

 Tape Locations 119-132

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 119-132   14     FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS)
                  GEOGRAPHIC CODES

                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in er
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.of
                    For an explanation of FIPS codes, reference should beIPS
                    made to various National Bureau of Standards (NBS)
                    publications.

 119-120   2      State of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    31   Nebraska
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 121-123   3      County of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)
                    00l-nnn    Code range

 124-125   2      State of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    00   Foreign residents
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 126-128   3      County of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    000       Foreign residents
                    001-nnn   Code range

 129-132   4      SMSA of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1980)

                    0000        Nonmetropolitan counties or foreign
                                 residents
                    0040-9340   Code range

 Tape Locations 133-159

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 133-140   8      Reserved Positions

 141       1      Place of Accident for Causes E850-E929

                    Blank          Causes other than E850-E929
                    0              Home
                    1              Farm
                    2              Mine and Quarry
                    3              Industrial Place and Premises
                    4              Place for Recreation and Sport
                    5              Street and Highway
                    6              Public Building
                    7              Resident Institution
                    8              Other Specified Places
                    9              Place of Accident notspecified

 142-159   18     UNDERLYING CAUSE OF DEATH
 142-145   4      ICD Code  (9th Revision)

                    See the "International Classification of Diseases",
                    1975 Revision, Volume 1. For injuries and poisoning,
                    the external cause is coded (E800-E999) rather than
                    the Nature of Injury (800-999). These positions do
                    not include the letter E for the external cause of
                    injury. For those causes that do not have a 4th
                    digit, location 145 is blank.

 146-150   5      282 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 282 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    00300-35800    Code range (not inclusive)


 151-153   3      72 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 72 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-840        Code range (not inclusive)

 154-156   3      61 Infant Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 61 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-680        Code range (not inclusive)

  157-159   3         34 Cause Recode

                      A  recode  of the ICD cause code into 34
                      groups for NCHS publications. Refer to the
                      Cause of Death Recodes for a complete list.

                      010-370       Code range (not inclusive)

 
 Symbols Used in Tables

                   Symbol   Explanation
                   ---      Data not available
                   ...      Category not applicable
                     -      Quantity zero
                   0.0      Quantity more than 0 but less than 0.05
                     *      Figure does not meet standards of
                            reliability or precision

 Record Layout 1988
 
 Tape Locations 1-20

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 1-2       2      Last 2 Digits of Data Year
                   88  ...    1988

 3         1      Reporting Area
                    The following codes used with the State of Occurrence
                    codes, locations 21-22, identify separate reporting
                    areas.

                    1  Bronx borough, Bronx County
                    2  Brooklyn borough, Kings County
                    3  Manhattan borough, New York Count
                    4  Queens borough, Queens County
                    5  Staten Island borough, Richmond County
                    6  Chicago
                    0  All other areas

 4-9       6      Certificate Number
                    These positions are blank.

 10-11     2      Shipment Number
                    O1-nn... Shipments from each reporting area are
                    numbered consecutively.

 12-18     7      Sequence Number
                    These positions are blank.

 19        1      Record Type
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrenceand Residence are
                        the same.
                    2   NONRESIDENTS
                        State and/or County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are different.
                    9   UNKNOWN
                        See Statement concerning HIV deaths in Georgia

 20        1      Resident Status
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are the same.
                    2   INTRASTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are the same,
                        but County is different.
                    3   INTERSTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are different,
                        but both are in the U.S.
                    4   FOREIGN RESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence is one of the 50 States or
                        the District of Columbia, but Place of Residence
                        is outside of the U.S.
                    9   UNKNOWN
                        See Statement concerning HIV deaths in Georgia

 Tape Locations 21-30

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 21-30     10     PLACE OF OCCURRENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back
                    in this document for a detailed list of areas and
                    codes.

 21-22     2      State of Occurrence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming

 23-25     3      County of Occurrence
                    001-nnn  Counties and county equivalents (independent
                             and coextensive cities) are numbered
                             alphabetically within each State. (Note: To
                             uniquely identify a county, both the State
                             and county codes must be used.)
                    9        UNKNOWN (See Statement concerning HIV deaths
                             in Georgia).

 26        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 27-28     2      Division and State Subcode of Occurrence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    26 is Region. 27 is Division. 28 is State subcode.
                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1     Maine
                        2     New Hampshire
                        3     Vermont
                        4     Massachusetts
                        5     Rhode Island
                        6     Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1     New York
                        2     New Jersey
                        3     Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1     Ohio
                        2     Indiana
                        3     Illinois
                        4     Michigan
                        5     Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1     Minnesota
                        2     Iowa
                        3     Missouri
                        4     North Dakota
                        5     South Dakota
                        6     Nebraska
                        7     Kansas
                    3     SOUTH
                      5     South Atlantic
                        1     Delaware
                        2     Maryland
                        3     District of Columbia
                        4     Virginia
                        5     West Virginia
                        6     North Carolina
                        7     South Carolina
                        8     Georgia
                        9     Florida
                      6     East South Central
                        1     Kentucky
                        2     Tennessee
                        3     Alabama
                        4     Mississippi
                      7     West South Central
                        1     Arkansas
                        2     Louisiana
                        3     Oklahoma
                        4     Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1     Montana
                        2     Idaho
                        3     Wyoming
                        4     Colorado
                        5     New Mexico
                        6     Arizona
                        7     Utah
                        8     Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1     Washington
                        2     Oregon
                        3     California
                        4     Alaska
                        5     Hawaii

 29-30     2      Expanded State of Occurrence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New
                    York City records from other New York State records.

                    01             Alabama
                    02             Alaska
                    03             Arizona
                    04             Arkansas
                    05             California
                    06             Colorado
                    07             Connecticut
                    08             Delaware
                    09             District of Columbia
                    10             Florida
                    11             Georgia
                    12             Hawaii
                    13             Idaho
                    14             Illinois
                    15             Indiana
                    16             Iowa
                    17             Kansas
                    18             Kentucky
                    19             Louisiana
                    20             Maine
                    21             Maryland
                    22             Massachusetts
                    23             Michigan
                    24             Minnesota
                    25             Mississippi
                    26             Missouri
                    27             Montana
                    28             Nebraska
                    29             Nevada
                    30             New Hampshire
                    31             New Jersey
                    32             New Mexico
                    33             New York
                    34             New York City
                    35             North Carolina
                    36             North Dakota
                    37             Ohio
                    38             Oklahoma
                    39             Oregon
                    40             Pennsylvania
                    41             Rhode Island
                    42             South Carolina
                    43             South Dakota
                    44             Tennessee
                    45             Texas
                    46             Utah
                    47             Vermont
                    48             Virginia
                    49             Washington
                    50             West Virginia
                    51             Wisconsin
                    52             Wyoming

 Tape Locations 31-48

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 31-48     18     PLACE OF RESIDENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.

 31-32     2      State of Residence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming
              52-57,59   Foreign residents
                    52      Puerto Rico
                    53      Virgin Islands
                    54      Guam
                    55      Canada
                    56      Cuba
                    57      Mexico
                    59      Remainder of the world

 33-35     3      County of Residence

                    001-nnn    Counties and county equivalents
                               (indepedent and coextensive cities) are
                               numbered alphabetically within each State.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a county, both
                               the State and county codes must be used.)
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents
                    999        Unkown (see statement concerning HIV deaths
                               in Georgia).

 36-38     3      City of Residence

                    001-nnn    Cities are numbered alphabetically within
                               each State and identify each city with a
                               population of 100,000 or more in 1980.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a city, both
                               the State and city codes must be used.
                               State, county and city codes may also be
                               used.)
                    999        Balance of county
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents

 39        1      Population Size of City of Residence

                    0        Place of 1,000,000 or more
                    1        Place of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                    2        Place of 250,000 to 500,000
                    3        Place of 100,000 to 250,000
                    9        All other areas in the U.S
                    Z        Foreign residents

 40        1      Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County of Residence

                    1           Metropolitan County
                    2           Nonmetropolitan county
                    Z           Foreign residents
                    9           Unknown (See Statement concerning HIV
                                deaths in Georgia).

 41        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 42-43     2      Division and State Subcode of Residence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    41 is Region.  42 is Division.  43 is State subcode.

                    000   Foreign residents

                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1      Maine
                        2      New Hampshire
                        3      Vermont
                        4      Massachusetts
                        5      Rhode Island
                        6      Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1      New York
                        2      New Jersey
                        3      Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1      Ohio
                        2      Indiana
                        3      Illinois
                        4      Michigan
                        5      Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1      Minnesota
                        2      Iowa
                        3      Missouri
                        4      North Dakota
                        5      South Dakota
                        6      Nebraska
                        7      Kansas
                    3      SOUTH
                      5      South Atlantic
                        1      Delaware
                        2      Maryland
                        3      District of Columbia
                        4      Virginia
                        5      West Virginia
                        6      North Carolina
                        7      South Carolina
                        8      Georgia
                        9      Florida
                      6      East South Central
                        1      Kentucky
                        2      Tennessee
                        3      Alabama
                        4      Mississipoi
                      7     West South Central
                        1      Arkansas
                        2      Louisiana
                        3      Oklahoma
                        4      Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1      Montana
                        2      Idaho
                        3      Wyoming
                        4      Colorado
                        5      New Mexico
                        6      Arizona
                        7      Utah
                        8      Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1      Washington
                        2      Oregon
                        3      California
                        4      Alaska
                        5      Hawaii

 44-45     2      Expanded State of Residence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New York
                    City records from other New York State records.

                    01            Alabama
                    02            Alaska
                    03            Arizona
                    04            Arkansas
                    05            California
                    06            Colorado
                    07            Connecticut
                    08            Delaware
                    09            District of Columbia
                    10            Florida
                    11            Georgia
                    12            Hawaii
                    13            Idaho
                    14            Illinois
                    15            Indiana
                    16            Iowa
                    17            Kansas
                    18            Kentucky
                    19            Louisiana
                    20            Maine
                    21            Maryland
                    22            Massachusetts
                    23            Michigan
                    24            Minnesota
                    25            Mississippi
                    26            Missouri
                    27            Montana
                    28            Nebraska
                    29            Nevada
                    30            New Hampshire
                    31            New Jersey
                    32            New Mexico
                    33            New York
                    34            New York City
                    35            North Carolina
                    36            North Dakota
                    37            Ohio
                    38            Oklahoma
                    39            Oregon
                    40            Pennsylvania
                    41            Rhode Island
                    42            South Carolina
                    43            South Dakota
                    44            Tennessee
                    45            Texas
                    46            Utah
                    47            Vermont
                    48            Virginia
                    49            Washington
                    50            West Virginia
                    51            Wisconsin
                    52            Wyoming
                    53            Puerto Rico
                    54            Virgin Islands
                    55            Guam
                    56            Canada
                    57            Cuba
                    58            Mexico
                    60            Remainder of the world

 46-48     3      NCHS Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) of
                   Residence

                    Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas are those
                    established by the U.S. Office of Management and
                    Budget (OMB) using final 1980 Census population
                    counts. For New England, New England County
                    Metropolitan Areas (NECMA) are used.

                    Further back in this document is a list of SMSA's
                    and their component counties.

                    000          Nonmetropolitan counties except
                    001-305      The 305 SMSA's established for 1980
                    ZZZ          Foreign residents
                    999          Unknown (see statement concerning HIV
                                 deaths in Georgia).

 Tape Locations 49-63

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 49-54     6      Reserved Positions

 55-58     4      DATE OF DEATH
                    (Note: Year of death is given in tape locations 1-2.)

 55-56     2      Month
                    01             January
                    02             February
                    03             March
                    04             April
                    05             May
                    06             June
                    07             July
                    08             August
                    09             September
                    10             October
                    11             November
                    12             December

 57-58     2      Day
                   01-31           As applicable to month ofdeath
                   99              Not stated day of death

 59        1      Sex
                    1              Male
                    2              Female

 60-63     4      RACE
 60-61     2      Detail Race
                    00             Other Asian or Pacific Islander
                    01             White
                    02             Black
                    03             American Indian (includes Aleuts and
                                    Eskimos)
                    04             Chinese
                    05             Japanese
                    06             Hawaiian (includes Part-Hawaiian)
                    07             All other races
                    08             Filipino


 62        1      Race Recode 3

                    1              White
                    2              Races other than White or Black
                    3              Black

 63        1      Race Recode 2

                    1              White
                    2              All other races

 Tape Locations 64-74

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 64-74    11      AGE

 64-66     3      Detail Age

                    Three positions are used to code age. Location 64
                    identifies age in years, months, days, etc. Locations
                    65-66 are the number of years, months, days, etc.

                    0   01-99      Years less than 100
                    1   00-99      Years 100 or more
                    2   01-11,99   Months
                    3   01-03,99   Weeks
                    4   01-27,99   Days
                    5   01-23,99   Hours
                    6   01-59,99   Minutes
                    9   99         Age not stated

 67-68     2      Age Recode 52

                    01   Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                          minutes)
                    02   1-23 hours
                    03   1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04   2 days
                    05   3 days
                    06   4 days
                    07   5 days
                    08   6 days
                    09   7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10   14 - 20 days
                    11   21 - 27 days
                    12   1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13   2 months
                    14   3 months
                    15   4 months
                    16   5 months
                    17   6 months
                    18   7 months
                    19   8 months
                    20   9 months
                    21   10 months
                    22   11 months
                    23   1 year
                    24   2 years
                    25   3 years
                    26   4 years
                    27   5 - 9 years
                    28   10 - 14 years
                    29   15 - 19 years
                    30   20 - 24 years
                    31   25 - 29 years
                    32   30 - 34 years
                    33   35 - 39 years
                    34   40 - 44 years
                    35   45 - 49 years
                    36   30 - 54 years
                    37   35 - 59 years
                    38   60 - 64 years
                    39   65 - 69 years
                    40   70 - 74 years
                    41   75 - 79 years
                    42   80 - 84 years
                    43   85 - 89 years
                    44   90 - 94 years
                    45   95 - 99 years
                    46   100 - 104 years
                    47   105 - 109 years
                    48   110 - 114 years
                    49   115 - 119 years
                    50   120 - 124 years
                    51   125 years and over
                    52   Age not stated

 69-70     2      Age Recode 27

                    01       Under 1 month (includes not stated weeks,
                               days, hours, and minutes)
                    02       1 month - 11 months (includes not stated
                               months)
                    03       1 year
                    04       2 years
                    05       3 years
                    06       4 years
                    07       5 - 9 years
                    08       10 - 14 years
                    09       15 - 19 years
                    10       20 - 24 years
                    11       25 - 29 years
                    12       30 - 34 years
                    13       35 - 39 years
                    14       40 - 44 years
                    15       45 - 49 years
                    16       50 - 54 years
                    17       55 - 59 years
                    18       60 - 64 years
                    19       65 - 69 years
                    20       70 - 74 years
                    21       75 - 79 years
                    22       80 - 84 years
                    23       85 - 89 years
                    24       90 - 94 years
                    25       95 - 99 years
                    26       100 years and over
                    27       Age not stated

 71-72     2      Age Recode 12

                    01       Under 1 year (includes not stated infant
                              ages)
                    02       1 - 4 years
                    03       5 - 14 years
                    04       15 - 24 years
                    05       25 - 34 years
                    06       35 - 44 years
                    07       45 - 54 years
                    08       55 - 64 years
                    09       65 - 74 years
                    10       75 - 84 years
                    11       85 years and over
                    12       Age not stated

 73-74     2      Infant Age Recode 22

                    Blank    Age 1 year and over or not stated
                    01       Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                              minutes)
                    02       1 - 23 hours
                    03       1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04       2 days
                    05       3 days
                    06       4 days
                    07       5 days
                    08       6 days
                    09       7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10       14 - 20 days
                    11       21 - 27 days
                    12       1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13       2 months
                    14       3 months
                    15       4 months
                    16       5 months
                    17       6 months
                    18       7 months
                    19       8 months
                    20       9 months
                    21       10 months
                    22       11 months

 Tape Locations 75-87

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 75        1      Hospital and Status

                    1        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Inpatient
                    2        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Outpatient or admitted to Emergency Room
                    3        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Dead on Arrival
                    4        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Patient status unknown
                    5        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Patient status not on certificate
                    6        Other Institutions providing patient care
                    7        All other reported entries
                    8        Dead on Arrival
                             - Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center name
                               not given
                    9        Hospital and patient status not stated

 76        1      Reserved Position

 77        1      Marital Status
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    1    Never married, single
                    2    Married
                    3    Widowed
                    4    Divorced
                    8    Marital Status not on certificate
                    9    Marital Status not stated

 78-79     2      State of Birth
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

                    01       Alabama
                    02       Alaska
                    03       Arizona
                    04       Arkansas
                    05       California
                    06       Colorado
                    07       Connecticut
                    08       Delaware
                    09       District of Columbia
                    10       Florida
                    11       Georgia
                    12       Hawaii
                    13       Idaho
                    14       Illinois
                    15       Indiana
                    16       Iowa
                    17       Kansas
                    18       Kentucky
                    19       Louisiana
                    20       Maine
                    21       Maryland
                    22       Massachusetts
                    23       Michigan
                    24       Minnesota
                    25       Mississippi
                    26       Missouri
                    27       Montana
                    28       Nebraska
                    29       Nevada
                    30       New Hampshire
                    31       New Jersey
                    32       New Mexico
                    33       New York
                    34       North Carolina
                    35       North Dakota
                    36       Ohio
                    37       Oklahoma
                    38       Oregon
                    39       Pennsylvania
                    40       Rhode Island
                    41       South Carolina
                    42       South Dakota
                    43       Tennessee
                    44       Texas
                    45       Utah
                    46       Vermont
                    47       Virginia
                    48       Washington
                    49       West Virginia
                    50       Wisconsin
                    51       Wyoming
                    52       Puerto Rico
                    53       Virgin Islands
                    54       Guam
                    55       Canada
                    56       Cuba
                    57       Mexico
                    59       Remainder of the world
                    99       State of birth unknown

 80-81     2      Origin or Descent
                  (Effective beginning 1984)
                    00    Non-Spanish
                    01    Mexican
                    02    Puerto Rican
                    03    Cuban
                    04    Central or South American
                    05    Other or Unknown Spanish
                    06    American
                    07    American Indian
                    08    British, Scottish, Welsh, Scotch-Irish
                    09    Irish
                    10    German
                    11    French
                    12    Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
                    13    Polish
                    14    Italian
                    15    Other North, Central, and South American
                    16    Other Western European
                    17    Other Northern European
                    18    Other Eastern European
                    19    Other Southern European (excluding Spain)
                    20    Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander
                    21    South Central Asian
                    22    Other Asian
                    23    North African
                    24    Other African
                    88    Not reported
                    99    Not classifiable

 82-83     2      Reserved Positions

 84        1      Autopsy Performed

                    1     Yes
                    2     No
                    8     Autopsy performed not on certificate
                    9     Autopsy performed not stated


 85-87     3      Kind of Business or Industry(Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    010-990 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    942     ... Armed forces
                    951     ... Retired; with no other industry reported
                    961     ... Non - paid worker or non-worker

 Tape Locations 88-118

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 88-90     3      USUAL OCCUPATION (Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    003-999 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    905   ... Military
                    913   ... Retired; with no other occupation reported
                    914   ... Homemaker
                    915   ... Student
                    916   ... Volunteer
                    917   ... None

 91-93     3      52 Cause Recode (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the cause code into 52 groups designed
                    for use in producing tabulations. See Cause of Death
                    recodes for a complete list.

                    010-560 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 94-95     2      Business or Industry Recode 51
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 51
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-51 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 96-97     2      Business or Industry Recode 15
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 15
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-15 ... Code range

 98-99     2      Usual Occupation Recode 59
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 59
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-59 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 100-101   2      Usual Occupation Recode 9
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 9
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-09 ... Code range

 102-118  17      Reserved Positions

 Tape Locations 119-132

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 119-132   14     FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS)
                  GEOGRAPHIC CODES

                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.
                    For an explanation of FIPS codes, reference should be
                    made to various National Bureau of Standards (NBS)
                    publications.

 119-120   2      State of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    31   Nebraska
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 121-123   3      County of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)
                    00l-nnn    Code range
                    999        Unknown (see statment concerning HIV
                               deaths in Georgia).

 124-125   2      State of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    00   Foreign residents
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 126-128   3      County of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    000       Foreign residents
                    001-nnn   Code range
                    999       Unknown (see statement concerning HIV
                              deaths in Georgia).

 129-132   4      SMSA of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1980)

                    0000        Nonmetropolitan counties or foreign
                                 residents
                    0040-9340   Code range
                    9999        Unknown (see statements concerning HIV
                                deaths in Georgia).

 Tape Locations 133-159

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 133-140   8      Reserved Positions

 141       1      Place of Accident for Causes E850-E929

                    Blank          Causes other than E850-E929
                    0              Home
                    1              Farm
                    2              Mine and Quarry
                    3              Industrial Place and Premises
                    4              Place for Recreation and Sport
                    5              Street and Highway
                    6              Public Building
                    7              Resident Institution
                    8              Other Specified Places
                    9              Place of Accident notspecified

 142-159   18     UNDERLYING CAUSE OF DEATH
 142-145   4      ICD Code  (9th Revision)

                    See the "International Classification of Diseases",
                    1975 Revision, Volume 1. For injuries and poisoning,
                    the external cause is coded (E800-E999) rather than
                    the Nature of Injury (800-999). These positions do
                    not include the letter E for the external cause of
                    injury. For those causes that do not have a 4th
                    digit, location 145 is blank.

 146-150   5      282 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 282 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    00300-35800    Code range (not inclusive)


 151-153   3      72 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 72 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-840        Code range (not inclusive)

 154-156   3      61 Infant Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 61 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-680        Code range (not inclusive)

  157-159   3         34 Cause Recode

                      A  recode  of the ICD cause code into 34
                      groups for NCHS publications. Refer to the
                      Cause of Death Recodes for a complete list.

                      010-370       Code range (not inclusive)


 Symbols used in Tables

                   Symbol   Explanation
                   ---      Data not available
                   ...      Category not applicable
                     -      Quantity zero
                   0.0      Quantity more than 0 but less than 0.05
                     *      Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision


 Record Layout 1989-1992                            
 Tape Locations 1-20

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 1-2       2      Last 2 Digits of Data Year
                   89 - 90  ... 1989 to 1990

 3         1      Reporting Area
                    The following codes used with the State of Occurrence
                    codes, locations 21-22, identify separate reporting
                    areas.

                    1  Bronx borough, Bronx County
                    2  Brooklyn borough, Kings County
                    3  Manhattan borough, New York Count
                    4  Queens borough, Queens County
                    5  Staten Island borough, Richmond County
                    6  Chicago
                    0  All other areas

 4-9       6      Certificate Number
                    These positions are blank.

 10-11     2      Shipment Number
                    O1-nn... Shipments from each reporting area are
                    numbered consecutively.

 12-18     7      Sequence Number
                    These positions are blank.

 19        1      Record Type
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrenceand Residence are
                        the same.
                    2   NONRESIDENTS
                        State and/or County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are different.
                    9   UNKNOWN
                        See Statement concerning HIV deaths in Georgia

 20        1      Resident Status
                    1   RESIDENTS
                        State and County of Occurrence and Residence
                        are the same.
                    2   INTRASTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are the same,
                        but County is different.
                    3   INTERSTATE NONRESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence and Residence are different,
                        but both are in the U.S.
                    4   FOREIGN RESIDENTS
                        State of Occurrence is one of the 50 States or
                        the District of Columbia, but Place of Residence
                        is outside of the U.S.
                    9   UNKNOWN
                        See Statement concerning HIV deaths in Georgia

 Tape Locations 21-30

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 21-30     10     PLACE OF OCCURRENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back
                    in this document for a detailed list of areas and
                    codes.

 21-22     2      State of Occurrence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming

 23-25     3      County of Occurrence
                    001-nnn  Counties and county equivalents (independent
                             and coextensive cities) are numbered
                             alphabetically within each State. (Note: To
                             uniquely identify a county, both the State
                             and county codes must be used.)
                    9        UNKNOWN (See Statement concerning HIV deaths
                             in Georgia).

 26        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 27-28     2      Division and State Subcode of Occurrence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    26 is Region. 27 is Division. 28 is State subcode.
                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1     Maine
                        2     New Hampshire
                        3     Vermont
                        4     Massachusetts
                        5     Rhode Island
                        6     Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1     New York
                        2     New Jersey
                        3     Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1     Ohio
                        2     Indiana
                        3     Illinois
                        4     Michigan
                        5     Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1     Minnesota
                        2     Iowa
                        3     Missouri
                        4     North Dakota
                        5     South Dakota
                        6     Nebraska
                        7     Kansas
                    3     SOUTH
                      5     South Atlantic
                        1     Delaware
                        2     Maryland
                        3     District of Columbia
                        4     Virginia
                        5     West Virginia
                        6     North Carolina
                        7     South Carolina
                        8     Georgia
                        9     Florida
                      6     East South Central
                        1     Kentucky
                        2     Tennessee
                        3     Alabama
                        4     Mississippi
                      7     West South Central
                        1     Arkansas
                        2     Louisiana
                        3     Oklahoma
                        4     Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1     Montana
                        2     Idaho
                        3     Wyoming
                        4     Colorado
                        5     New Mexico
                        6     Arizona
                        7     Utah
                        8     Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1     Washington
                        2     Oregon
                        3     California
                        4     Alaska
                        5     Hawaii

 29-30     2      Expanded State of Occurrence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New
                    York City records from other New York State records.

                    01             Alabama
                    02             Alaska
                    03             Arizona
                    04             Arkansas
                    05             California
                    06             Colorado
                    07             Connecticut
                    08             Delaware
                    09             District of Columbia
                    10             Florida
                    11             Georgia
                    12             Hawaii
                    13             Idaho
                    14             Illinois
                    15             Indiana
                    16             Iowa
                    17             Kansas
                    18             Kentucky
                    19             Louisiana
                    20             Maine
                    21             Maryland
                    22             Massachusetts
                    23             Michigan
                    24             Minnesota
                    25             Mississippi
                    26             Missouri
                    27             Montana
                    28             Nebraska
                    29             Nevada
                    30             New Hampshire
                    31             New Jersey
                    32             New Mexico
                    33             New York
                    34             New York City
                    35             North Carolina
                    36             North Dakota
                    37             Ohio
                    38             Oklahoma
                    39             Oregon
                    40             Pennsylvania
                    41             Rhode Island
                    42             South Carolina
                    43             South Dakota
                    44             Tennessee
                    45             Texas
                    46             Utah
                    47             Vermont
                    48             Virginia
                    49             Washington
                    50             West Virginia
                    51             Wisconsin
                    52             Wyoming

 Tape Locations 31-48

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 31-48     18     PLACE OF RESIDENCE
                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.

 31-32     2      State of Residence
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    03   Arizona
                    04   Arkansas
                    05   California
                    06   Colorado
                    07   Connecticut
                    08   Delaware
                    09   District of Columbia
                    10   Florida
                    11   Georgia
                    12   Hawaii
                    13   Idaho
                    14   Illinois
                    15   Indiana
                    16   Iowa
                    17   Kansas
                    18   Kentucky
                    19   Louisiana
                    20   Maine
                    21   Maryland
                    22   Massachusetts
                    23   Michigan
                    24   Minnesota
                    25   Mississippi
                    26   Missouri
                    27   Montana
                    28   Nebraska
                    29   Nevada
                    30   New Hampshire
                    31   New Jersey
                    32   New Mexico
                    33   New York
                    34   North Carolina
                    35   North Dakota
                    36   Ohio
                    37   Oklahoma
                    38   Oregon
                    39   Pennsylvania
                    40   Rhode Island
                    41   South Carolina
                    42   South Dakota
                    43   Tennessee
                    44   Texas
                    45   Utah
                    46   Vermont
                    47   Virginia
                    48   Washington
                    49   West Virginia
                    50   Wisconsin
                    51   Wyoming
              52-57,59   Foreign residents
                    52      Puerto Rico
                    53      Virgin Islands
                    54      Guam
                    55      Canada
                    56      Cuba
                    57      Mexico
                    59      Remainder of the world

 33-35     3      County of Residence

                    001-nnn    Counties and county equivalents
                               (indepedent and coextensive cities) are
                               numbered alphabetically within each State.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a county, both
                               the State and county codes must be used.)
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents
                    999        Unkown (see statement concerning HIV deaths
                               in Georgia).

 36-38     3      City of Residence

                    001-nnn    Cities are numbered alphabetically within
                               each State and identify each city with a
                               population of 100,000 or more in 1980.
                               (Note: To uniquely identify a city, both
                               the State and city codes must be used.
                               State, county and city codes may also be
                               used.)
                    999        Balance of county
                    ZZZ        Foreign residents

 39        1      Population Size of City of Residence

                    0        Place of 1,000,000 or more
                    1        Place of 500,000 to 1,000,000
                    2        Place of 250,000 to 500,000
                    3        Place of 100,000 to 250,000
                    9        All other areas in the U.S
                    Z        Foreign residents

 40        1      Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan County of Residence

                    1           Metropolitan County
                    2           Nonmetropolitan county
                    Z           Foreign residents
                    9           Unknown (See Statement concerning HIV
                                deaths in Georgia).

 41        1      Region
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

 42-43     2      Division and State Subcode of Residence
                    States are coded within Division.
                    41 is Region.  42 is Division.  43 is State subcode.

                    000   Foreign residents

                    1     NORTHEAST
                      1     New England
                        1      Maine
                        2      New Hampshire
                        3      Vermont
                        4      Massachusetts
                        5      Rhode Island
                        6      Connecticut
                      2     Middle Atlantic
                        1      New York
                        2      New Jersey
                        3      Pennsylvania
                    2     MIDWEST
                      3     East North Central
                        1      Ohio
                        2      Indiana
                        3      Illinois
                        4      Michigan
                        5      Wisconsin
                      4     West North Central
                        1      Minnesota
                        2      Iowa
                        3      Missouri
                        4      North Dakota
                        5      South Dakota
                        6      Nebraska
                        7      Kansas
                    3      SOUTH
                      5      South Atlantic
                        1      Delaware
                        2      Maryland
                        3      District of Columbia
                        4      Virginia
                        5      West Virginia
                        6      North Carolina
                        7      South Carolina
                        8      Georgia
                        9      Florida
                      6      East South Central
                        1      Kentucky
                        2      Tennessee
                        3      Alabama
                        4      Mississipoi
                      7     West South Central
                        1      Arkansas
                        2      Louisiana
                        3      Oklahoma
                        4      Texas
                    4     WEST
                      8     Mountain
                        1      Montana
                        2      Idaho
                        3      Wyoming
                        4      Colorado
                        5      New Mexico
                        6      Arizona
                        7      Utah
                        8      Nevada
                      9     Pacific
                        1      Washington
                        2      Oregon
                        3      California
                        4      Alaska
                        5      Hawaii

 44-45     2      Expanded State of Residence Code
                  (Effective beginning 1979)
                    This item is designed to separately identify New York
                    City records from other New York State records.

                    01            Alabama
                    02            Alaska
                    03            Arizona
                    04            Arkansas
                    05            California
                    06            Colorado
                    07            Connecticut
                    08            Delaware
                    09            District of Columbia
                    10            Florida
                    11            Georgia
                    12            Hawaii
                    13            Idaho
                    14            Illinois
                    15            Indiana
                    16            Iowa
                    17            Kansas
                    18            Kentucky
                    19            Louisiana
                    20            Maine
                    21            Maryland
                    22            Massachusetts
                    23            Michigan
                    24            Minnesota
                    25            Mississippi
                    26            Missouri
                    27            Montana
                    28            Nebraska
                    29            Nevada
                    30            New Hampshire
                    31            New Jersey
                    32            New Mexico
                    33            New York
                    34            New York City
                    35            North Carolina
                    36            North Dakota
                    37            Ohio
                    38            Oklahoma
                    39            Oregon
                    40            Pennsylvania
                    41            Rhode Island
                    42            South Carolina
                    43            South Dakota
                    44            Tennessee
                    45            Texas
                    46            Utah
                    47            Vermont
                    48            Virginia
                    49            Washington
                    50            West Virginia
                    51            Wisconsin
                    52            Wyoming
                    53            Puerto Rico
                    54            Virgin Islands
                    55            Guam
                    56            Canada
                    57            Cuba
                    58            Mexico
                    60            Remainder of the world

 46-48     3      NCHS Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) of
                   Residence

                    Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas are those
                    established by the U.S. Office of Management and
                    Budget (OMB) using final 1980 Census population
                    counts. For New England, New England County
                    Metropolitan Areas (NECMA) are used.

                    Further back in this document is a list of SMSA's
                    and their component counties.

                    000          Nonmetropolitan counties except
                    001-305      The 305 SMSA's established for 1980
                    ZZZ          Foreign residents
                    999          Unknown (see statement concerning HIV
                                 deaths in Georgia).

 Tape Locations 49-63

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 49        1      Population Size of County of Occurence
                    Based on the results of a 1980 Census
                    0            County of 1,000,000 or more
                    1            County of   500,000 to 1,000,000
                    2            County of   250,000 to   500,000
                    3            County of   100,000 to   250,000
                    9            County of less than 100,000

 50        1      Population Size of County of Residence
                    Based on the results of the 1980 Census
                    0            County of 1,000,000 or more
                    1            County of   500,000 to 1,000,000
                    2            County of   250,000 to   500,000
                    3            County of   100,000 to   250,000
                    9            County of less than 100,000
                    Z            Foreign residents

 51        1      Population Size of SMSA
                    Based on the results of a 1980 Census
                    1            SMSA of 250,000 or more
                    2            SMSA of 100,000 to 250,000
                    3            SMSA of less than 100,000
                    9            Nonmetropolitan area
                    Z            Foreign residents
 53        2      Education
                    00           No formal education
                    01-08        Years in elementary school
                    09           1 year of high school
                    10           2 years of high school
                    11           3 years of high school
                    12           4 years of high school
                    13           1 year of college
                    14           2 years of college
                    15           3 years of college
                    16           4 years of college
                    17           5 or more  years of college
                    99           Not stated

 54        1      Education Recode
                    1            0 - 8 years
                    2            9 - 11 years
                    3            12 years
                    4            13 - 15 years
                    5            15 years or more
                    6            Not stated

 55-56     2      Month of Death
                    01           January
                    02           Febuary
                    03           March
                    04           April
                    05           May
                    06           June
                    07           July
                    08           August
                    09           September
                    10           October
                    11           November
                    12           December

 57-58     2      Reserved Positons

 59        1      Sex
                    1              Male
                    2              Female

 60-63     4      RACE

 60-61     2      Detail Race

                    01             White
                    02             Black
                    03             American Indian (includes Aleuts and
                                    Eskimos)
                    04             Chinese
                    05             Japanese
                    06             Hawaiian (includes Part-Hawaiian)
                    07             Filipino
                    08             Other Asian or Pacific Islander
                    09             All other races

 62        1      Race Recode 3

                    1              White
                    2              Races other than White or Black
                    3              Black

 63        1      Race Recode 2

                    1              White
                    2              All other races

 Tape Locations 64-74

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 64-74    11      REPORTED AGE

 64-66     3      Detail Age

                    Three positions are used to code age. Location 64
                    identifies age in years, months, days, etc. Locations
                    65-66 are the number of years, months, days, etc.

                    0   01-99      Years less than 100
                    1   00-99      Years 100 or more
                    2   01-11,99   Months
                    3   01-03,99   Weeks
                    4   01-27,99   Days
                    5   01-23,99   Hours
                    6   01-59,99   Minutes
                    9   99         Age not stated

 67-68     2      Age Recode 52

                    01   Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                          minutes)
                    02   1-23 hours
                    03   1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04   2 days
                    05   3 days
                    06   4 days
                    07   5 days
                    08   6 days
                    09   7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10   14 - 20 days
                    11   21 - 27 days
                    12   1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13   2 months
                    14   3 months
                    15   4 months
                    16   5 months
                    17   6 months
                    18   7 months
                    19   8 months
                    20   9 months
                    21   10 months
                    22   11 months
                    23   1 year
                    24   2 years
                    25   3 years
                    26   4 years
                    27   5 - 9 years
                    28   10 - 14 years
                    29   15 - 19 years
                    30   20 - 24 years
                    31   25 - 29 years
                    32   30 - 34 years
                    33   35 - 39 years
                    34   40 - 44 years
                    35   45 - 49 years
                    36   30 - 54 years
                    37   35 - 59 years
                    38   60 - 64 years
                    39   65 - 69 years
                    40   70 - 74 years
                    41   75 - 79 years
                    42   80 - 84 years
                    43   85 - 89 years
                    44   90 - 94 years
                    45   95 - 99 years
                    46   100 - 104 years
                    47   105 - 109 years
                    48   110 - 114 years
                    49   115 - 119 years
                    50   120 - 124 years
                    51   125 years and over
                    52   Age not stated

 69-70     2      Age Recode 27

                    01       Under 1 month (includes not stated weeks,
                               days, hours, and minutes)
                    02       1 month - 11 months (includes not stated
                               months)
                    03       1 year
                    04       2 years
                    05       3 years
                    06       4 years
                    07       5 - 9 years
                    08       10 - 14 years
                    09       15 - 19 years
                    10       20 - 24 years
                    11       25 - 29 years
                    12       30 - 34 years
                    13       35 - 39 years
                    14       40 - 44 years
                    15       45 - 49 years
                    16       50 - 54 years
                    17       55 - 59 years
                    18       60 - 64 years
                    19       65 - 69 years
                    20       70 - 74 years
                    21       75 - 79 years
                    22       80 - 84 years
                    23       85 - 89 years
                    24       90 - 94 years
                    25       95 - 99 years
                    26       100 years and over
                    27       Age not stated

 71-72     2      Age Recode 12

                    01       Under 1 year (includes not stated infant
                              ages)
                    02       1 - 4 years
                    03       5 - 14 years
                    04       15 - 24 years
                    05       25 - 34 years
                    06       35 - 44 years
                    07       45 - 54 years
                    08       55 - 64 years
                    09       65 - 74 years
                    10       75 - 84 years
                    11       85 years and over
                    12       Age not stated

 73-74     2      Infant Age Recode 22

                    Blank    Age 1 year and over or not stated
                    01       Under 1 hour (includes not stated hours and
                              minutes)
                    02       1 - 23 hours
                    03       1 day (includes not stated days)
                    04       2 days
                    05       3 days
                    06       4 days
                    07       5 days
                    08       6 days
                    09       7 - 13 days (includes not stated weeks)
                    10       14 - 20 days
                    11       21 - 27 days
                    12       1 month (includes not stated months)
                    13       2 months
                    14       3 months
                    15       4 months
                    16       5 months
                    17       6 months
                    18       7 months
                    19       8 months
                    20       9 months
                    21       10 months
                    22       11 months

 Tape Locations 75-87

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 75        1      Place of death and Decedent's Status

                    1        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Inpatient
                    2        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Outpatient or admitted to Emergency Room
                    3        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Dead on Arrival
                    4        Hospital, Clinic or Medical Center
                             - Patient status unknown
                    5        Nursing home
                    6        Residence
                    7        Other
                    9        Place of death unknown

 76        1      Reserved Position

 77        1      Marital Status

                    1    Never married, single
                    2    Married
                    3    Widowed
                    4    Divorced
                    8    Marital Status not on certificate
                    9    Marital Status not stated

 78-79     2      State of Birth
                  (Effective beginning 1979)

                    01       Alabama
                    02       Alaska
                    03       Arizona
                    04       Arkansas
                    05       California
                    06       Colorado
                    07       Connecticut
                    08       Delaware
                    09       District of Columbia
                    10       Florida
                    11       Georgia
                    12       Hawaii
                    13       Idaho
                    14       Illinois
                    15       Indiana
                    16       Iowa
                    17       Kansas
                    18       Kentucky
                    19       Louisiana
                    20       Maine
                    21       Maryland
                    22       Massachusetts
                    23       Michigan
                    24       Minnesota
                    25       Mississippi
                    26       Missouri
                    27       Montana
                    28       Nebraska
                    29       Nevada
                    30       New Hampshire
                    31       New Jersey
                    32       New Mexico
                    33       New York
                    34       North Carolina
                    35       North Dakota
                    36       Ohio
                    37       Oklahoma
                    38       Oregon
                    39       Pennsylvania
                    40       Rhode Island
                    41       South Carolina
                    42       South Dakota
                    43       Tennessee
                    44       Texas
                    45       Utah
                    46       Vermont
                    47       Virginia
                    48       Washington
                    49       West Virginia
                    50       Wisconsin
                    51       Wyoming
                    52       Puerto Rico
                    53       Virgin Islands
                    54       Guam
                    55       Canada
                    56       Cuba
                    57       Mexico
                    59       Remainder of the world
                    99       State of birth unknown

 80-81     2      Hispanic Origin
                    00       Non - Hispanic
                    01       Mexican
                    02       Puerto Rica
                    03       Cuban
                    04       Central or Couth American
                    05       Other or unknown Hispanic
                    99       Unknown

 82        1      Hispanic Origin/Race Recode
                     1       Mexican
                     2       Puerto Rica
                     3       Cuban
                     4       Central or Couth American
                     5       Other or unknown Hispanic
                     6       Non - Hispanic white
                     7       Non - Hispanic black
                     8       Non - Hispanic other races
                     9       Hispanic origin unknown

 83        1      Day of Week of Death
                     1       Sunday
                     2       Monday
                     3       Tuesday
                     4       Wednesday
                     5       Thursday
                     6       Friday
                     7       Saturday
                     9       unknown

 84        1      Autopsy Performed

                    1     Yes
                    2     No
                    8     Autopsy performed not on certificate
                    9     Autopsy performed not stated


 85-87     3      Kind of Business or Industry(Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    010-990 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    942     ... Armed forces
                    951     ... Retired; with no other industry reported
                    961     ... Non - paid worker or non-worker

 Tape Locations 88-118

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 88-90     3      USUAL OCCUPATION (Effective beginning 1985)

                    This item is not reported by all states. Refer to the
                    Addendum to Technical Appendix for a list of repor-
                    ting states.

                    For a complete list of categories and codes refer to:
                       U.S. Bureau of the Census: Classified index of
                       industries and occupations. 1980 Census of
                       Population. First Edition. Washington.
                       U.S. Government Printing Office, Oct. 1980.

                    003-999 ... Code range (not inclusive)

                    In addition to the codes shown in the Census
                    Publication, the following codes are also applicable:

                    905   ... Military
                    913   ... Retired; with no other occupation reported
                    914   ... Homemaker
                    915   ... Student
                    916   ... Volunteer
                    917   ... None

 91-93     3      52 Cause Recode (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the cause code into 52 groups designed
                    for use in producing tabulations. See Cause of Death
                    recodes for a complete list.

                    010-560 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 94-95     2      Business or Industry Recode 51
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 51
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-51 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 96-97     2      Business or Industry Recode 15
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the business or industry code into 15
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Business
                    or Industry recodes for a complete list.

                    01-15 ... Code range

 98-99     2      Usual Occupation Recode 59
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 59
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-59 ... Code range (not inclusive)

 100-101   2      Usual Occupation Recode 9
                  (Effective beginning 1985)

                    A recode of the usual occupation code into 9
                    groups for use in producing tabulations. See Usual
                    Occupation recodes for a complete list.

                    01-09 ... Code range

 102-109   8      Reserved Positions

 110-113   4      Calculated Detail Age
                    Four positions are used to code calculated detail age.
                    Location 110 indicates whether age is coded in days or
                    in years.  Location 111-113 are the number of days or
                    years.

                    0  000       Less than 1 day
                    1  001-365   Days
                    2  001-135   Years
                    9  999       Age unknown

 114       1      Age Substitution Flag
                    If  reported age is unknown but a valid age is
                    calculated using dates of birth and death, the
                    calculated age is substituted for the unknown
                    reported age.

                    1            Calculated age is substituted for
                                 reported age

 115-118   4      Reserved Positions

 Tape Locations 119-132

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 119-132   14     FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS)
                  GEOGRAPHIC CODES

                    Refer to the Geographic Code Outline further back in
                    this document for a detailed list of areas and codes.
                    For an explanation of FIPS codes, reference should be
                    made to various National Bureau of Standards (NBS)
                    publications.

 119-120   2      State of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    31   Nebraska
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 121-123   3      County of Occurrence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)
                    00l-nnn    Code range
                    999        Unknown (see statment concerning HIV
                               deaths in Georgia).

 124-125   2      State of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    00   Foreign residents
                    01   Alabama
                    02   Alaska
                    04   Arizona
                    05   Arkansas
                    06   California
                    08   Colorado
                    09   Connecticut
                    10   Delaware
                    11   District of Columbia
                    12   Florida
                    13   Georgia
                    15   Hawaii
                    16   Idaho
                    17   Illinois
                    18   Indiana
                    19   Iowa
                    20   Kansas
                    21   Kentucky
                    22   Louisiana
                    23   Maine
                    24   Maryland
                    25   Massachusetts
                    26   Michigan
                    27   Minnesota
                    28   Mississippi
                    29   Missouri
                    30   Montana
                    32   Nevada
                    33   New Hampshire
                    34   New Jersey
                    35   New Mexico
                    36   New York
                    37   North Carolina
                    38   North Dakota
                    39   Ohio
                    40   Oklahoma
                    41   Oregon
                    42   Pennsylvania
                    44   Rhode Island
                    45   South Carolina
                    46   South Dakota
                    47   Tennessee
                    48   Texas
                    49   Utah
                    50   Vermont
                    51   Virginia
                    53   Washington
                    54   West Virginia
                    55   Wisconsin
                    56   Wyoming

 126-128   3      County of Residence
                  (Effective beginning 1982)

                    000       Foreign residents
                    001-nnn   Code range
                    999       Unknown (see statement concerning HIV
                              deaths in Georgia).

 129-132   4      1989 - - - SMSA of Residence
                    (Effective beginning 1980)

                     0000        Nonmetropolitan counties or foreign
                                 residents
                     0040-9340   Code range
                     9999        Unknown (see statements concerning HIV
                                 deaths in Georgia).

                  1990 - - - PMSA/MSA of Residence
                    Primary Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Metropolitan
                    Statistical Areas are those defined by the U.S. Office
                    of Management and Budget (OMB) as of June 30, 1990.
                    For New England, the New England County Metropolitan
                    Areas (NECMA) are used.

                    Further back in this document is a list of PMSA's, MSA,
                    NECMA's and their component counties.

                    0000         Nonmetropolitan counties or foreign residents
                    0040-9360    Code range
                    9999         SMSA of less than 100,000 population or
                                 Georgia HIV death (see statement concerning
                                 HIV deaths in GA)

 Tape Locations 133-159

 Tape      Field
 Location  Size   Item and Code Outline

 133-140   8      1989 - - - Reserved Positions

  133      1      1990 - - - Reserved Position

  134-135  2      1990 - - - CMSA of Residence
                   Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Areas are groupings
                   of certain Primary Metropolitan Statistical Areas and are
                   defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
                   as of June 30, 1990.

                   00   Not a CMSA
                   07   Boston - Lawrence-Salem, MA-NH
                   10   Buffalo - Niagara Falls NY
                   14   Chicago - Gary-Lake County, IL-IN-WI
                   21   Cincinnati - Hamilton, OH-KY-IN
                   28   Cleveland - Akron-Lorain, OH
                   31   Dallas - Fort Worth, TX
                   34   Denver - Boulder, CO
                   35   Detroit - Ann Arbor, MI
                   41   Hartford - New Britain-Middletown, CT
                   42   Houston - Galveston-Brazoria,TX
                   49   Los Angeles - Anaheim-Riverside, CA
                   56   Miami - Fort Lauderdale, FL
                   63   Milwaukee - Racine, WI
                   70   New York - North New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT
                   77   Philadelphia - Wilmington-Trenton, PA-NJ-DE-MD
                   78   Pittsburg - Beaver Valley, PA
                   79   Protland - Vancouber, OR-WA
                   80   Providence - Pawtucket-Fall River, RI-MA
                   84   San Francisco - Oakland-San Jose, CA
                   91   Seattle - Tacoma, WA

 141       1      Place of Accident for Causes E850-E929

                    Blank          Causes other than E850-E929
                    0              Home
                    1              Farm
                    2              Mine and Quarry
                    3              Industrial Place and Premises
                    4              Place for Recreation and Sport
                    5              Street and Highway
                    6              Public Building
                    7              Resident Institution
                    8              Other Specified Places
                    9              Place of Accident notspecified

 142-159   18     UNDERLYING CAUSE OF DEATH
 142-145   4      ICD Code  (9th Revision)

                    See the "International Classification of Diseases",
                    1975 Revision, Volume 1. For injuries and poisoning,
                    the external cause is coded (E800-E999) rather than
                    the Nature of Injury (800-999). These positions do
                    not include the letter E for the external cause of
                    injury. For those causes that do not have a 4th
                    digit, location 145 is blank.

 146-150   5      282 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 282 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    00300-35800    Code range (not inclusive)


 151-153   3      72 Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 72 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-840        Code range (not inclusive)

 154-156   3      61 Infant Cause Recode

                    A recode of the ICD cause code into 61 groups for
                    NCHS publications. Refer to the Cause of Death
                    Recodes for a complete list.

                    010-680        Code range (not inclusive)

  157-159   3         34 Cause Recode

                      A  recode  of the ICD cause code into 34
                      groups for NCHS publications. Refer to the
                      Cause of Death Recodes for a complete list.

                      010-370       Code range (not inclusive)


 Cause of Death 282 Recodes

 Recodes for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 00100  1         057    I.  Infectious  and  parasitic  diseases
                              (001-139)
 00200  1         040 Intestinal infectious diseases (001-009)
 00300            054   Cholera and typhoid and paratyphoid fevers
                        (001-002)
 00400            019   Shigellosis (004)
 00500            076   Other salmonella infections and other food
                        poisoning (bacterial) (003,005)
 00600            017   Amebiasis (006)
 00700            066   Intestinal  infections  due  to  other
                        specified organisms (007-008)
 00800            041   Ill-defined intestinal infections (009)
 00900  1         022 Tuberculosis (010-018)
 01000            046   Tuberculosis of respiratory system(010-012)
 01100            030   Other tuberculosis (013-018)
 01200  1         047 Zoonotic and other bacterial diseases(020-041)
 01300            019   Brucellosis (023)
 01400            018   Oipntheria (032)
 01500            022   Whooping cough (033)
 01600            065   Streptococcal sore throat, scarlatina, and
                        erysipelas (034-035)
 01700            031   Meningococcal infection (036)
 01800            015   Tetanus (037)
 01900         3  018   Septicemia (038)
 02000            056   All other bacterial diseases
                        (020-022,024-031,039-041)

 02100  1         024 Viral diseases (045-079)
 02200            027   Acute poliomyelitis (045)
 02300            016   Smallpox (050)
 02400            015   Measles (055)
 02500            015   Rubella (056)
 02600            040   Arthropod-borne encephalitis (062-064)
 02700            023   Viral hepatitis (070)
 02800            064   Other viral diseases
                        (046-049,051-054,057-061,065-066071-079)
 02900  1         058 Rickettsioses  and  other  arthropod-borne
                        diseases (080-088)
 03000            042   Typhus and other rickettsioses (080-083)
 03100            015   Malaria (084)
 03200            046   All other arthropod-borne diseases (085-088)
 03300  1         046 Syphilis and other venereal diseases (090-099)
 03400  1         020   Syphilis (090-097)
 03500            033    Cardiovascular syphilis (093)
 03600            023    Neurosyphills (094)
 03700            040    Ali other syphills (090-091,095-097)
 03800            029    Gonococcal infections (098)
 03900            031    Other venereal diseases (099)
 04000  1         103 Other infectious and parasitic diseases
                         and late effects of infectiousand
                         pandarasitic diseases (100-139)
 04100            019   Mycoses (110-118)
 04200            025   Helmlnthiases (120-129)
 04300            036   Late effects of tuberculosis (137)
 04400            043   Late effects of acute poliomyelitis (138)
 04500            127   All other infectious and parasiticdiseases
                         and late effects of otherinfectious and
                         parasiticdiseases (100-104,130-136,139)

 Recodes for Neoplasms

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 04600  1         033       II.Neoplasms (140-239)
 04700  1         089 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasmsof
                          lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues(140-208)
 04800  1         064   Malignant neoplasms of lip, oral cavity,
                          and pharynx (140-149)
 04900            016     Of lip (140)
 05000            019     Of tongue (141)
 05100            026     Of pharynx (146-149.0)
 05200            097     Of other and ill-defined sites withinthe
                          lip, oral cavity, and pharynx
                          (142-145,149.1-149.9)
 05300  1         066   Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs
                          and peritoneum (150-159)
 05400            022     Of esophagus (150)
 05500            020     Of stomach (151)
 05600            048     Of small intestine, including duodenum(152)
 05700  1         018     Of colon (153)
 05800            075       Hepatic and splenic flexures and transverse
                            colon (153.0-153.1,153.7)
 05900            030       Descending colon (153.2)
 06000            027       Sigmoid colon (153.3)
 06100            056       Cecum, appendix, and ascending  colon
                            (153.4-153.6)
 06200            048       Other and colon, unspecified(153.8-153.9)
 06300            052     Of rectum, rectosigmoid junction, and
                          anus (154)
 06400   1        046     Of liver and intrahepatic bile ducts (155)
 06500            028       Liver, primary (155.0)
 06600            037       Intrahepatic bile ducts (155.1)
 06700            058       Liver, not specified as primary or
                            secondary (155.2)
 06800            052     Of gallbladder and extrahepatic bile
                           ducts (156)
 06900            021     Of pancreas (157)
 07000            120     Of  retroperitoneum, peritoneum, and
                           other and ill-defined sites within the
                           digestive organs and peritoneum (158-159)

 07100   1        071   Malignant neoplasms of respiratory  and
                          intrathoracic organs (160-165)
 07200            019     Of larynx (161)
 07300            040     Of trachea, bronchus, and lung (162)
 07400            107     Of all other and ill-defined sites within
                            the respiratory system andintrathoracic
                            organs (160,163-165)

 07500   1        076   Malignant neoplasms of bone, connective
                            tissue, skin, and breast (170-175)
 07600            041    Of bone and articular cartilage (170)
 07700            045    Of connective and other soft tissue (171)
 07800            026    Melanoma of skin (172)
 07900            043    Other malignant neoplasms of skin (173)
 08000    2       026    Of female breast (174)
 08100    1       024    Of male breast (175)

 08200    1       049   Malignant neoplasms of genital organs (179-187)
 08300    2       025    Of cervix uteri (180)
 08400    2       042    Of other parts of uterus (179,181-182)
 08500    2       043    Of ovary and other uterlne adnexa (183)
 08600    2       056    Of other and unspecified female genltal
                           organs (184)
 08700    1       021    Of prostate (185)
 08800    1       019    Of testis (186)
 08900    1       048    Of pens and other male genital organs(187)

 09000    1       049   Malignant neoplasms of urinary organs (188-189)
 09100            020    Of bladder (188)
 09200            060    Of kidney and other and unspecified
                          urinary organs (189)

 09300    1       062   Malignant neoplasms of other and unspecified
                          sites (190-199)
 09400            016    Of eye (190)
 09500            018    Of brain (191)
 09600            058    Of other and unspecified parts of nervous
                          system (192)
 09700            080    Of thyroid gland and other endocrineglands
                          and related structures (193-194)
 09800            048    Of all other and unspecified sites (195-199)

 09900    1       070  Malignant neoplasms of lymphatic and
                         hematopoietic tissues (200-208)
 10000            043     Lymphosarcoma and reticulosarcoma (200)
 10100            027     Hodgkin's disease (201)
 10200            070     Other malignant neoplasms of lymphold
                           and histiocytic tissue (202)

 10300           060     Multiple myeloma and immunoproliferative
                           neoplasms (203)
 10400   1       022     Leukemia (204-208)
 10500           029     Lymphoid leukemia (204)
 10600           028     Myeloid leukemia (205)
 10700           030     Monocytic leukemia (206)
 10800           046     Other and unspecified leukemia (207-208)
 10900   1       108   Benign neoplasms, carcinoma in situ, and
                          neoplasms of uncertain behavior and of
                          unspecified nature (210-239)
 11000   1       028   Benign neoplasms (210-229)
 11100   2       038    Of female genital organs (218-221)
 11200           062    Of eye, brain, and other parts of nervous
                         system (224-225)
 11300           064    Of all other and unspecified sites
                        (210-217,222-223,226-229)
 11400   1       029   Carcinoma in situ (230-234)
 11500           044    Of breast and genitourinary system (233)
 11600           052    Of all other and unspecified sites
                         (230-232.234)
 11700           043   Neoplasms of uncertain behavior (235-238)
 11800           039   Neoplasms of unspecified nature (239)

 Recodes for Endocrine,Nutritional, Metabolic Diseases

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 11900  1        094       III. Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic
                              diseases and immunity disorders (240-279)
 11902  1        073 Endocrine and metabolic diseases and immunity
                         disorders (240-259,270-279)
 12100           038  Disorders of thyroid gland (240-246)
 12200           025  Diabetes mellitus (250)
 12300           069  Disorders of the pituitary gland and its
                        hypothalamic control (253)
 12400           032  Diseases of thymus gland (254)
 12500           035  Disorders of adrenal glands (255)
 12600           025  Cystic fibrosis (277.0)
 12700           017  Obesity (278.0)
 12800           115  All other endocrine and metabolic diseases and
                        immunity disorders (251-252,256-259,270-276,
                        277.1-277.9,278.1-279)
 12900  1         034 Nutritional deficiencies (260-269)
 13000            028  Nutritional marasmus (261)
 13100            046  Other protein-calorie malnutrition (262-263)
 13200            050  All other nutritional deficiencies (260,264-269)

 Recodes for Diseases of Blood and Blood-forming Organs

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 13300  1         067      IV.  Diseases of blood and blood-forming
                                 organs (280-289)
 13400  1         017 Anemias (280-285)
 13500            030   Deficiency anemias (280-281)
 13600            029   Hemolytic anemias (282-283)
 13700            023   Aplastic anemia (284)
 13800            037   Other and unspecified anemias (285)
 13900            046 Purpura and other hemorrhagic conditions (287)
 14000            066 All other diseases of blood and blood-forming
                       organs (286,288-289)

 Recodes for Mental Disorders

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 14100  1         040      V.   Mental disorders (290-319)
 14200            055 Senile and presenile organic psychotic
                       conditions (290)
 14300            025 Alcoholic psychoses (291)
 14400            029 All other psychoses (292-299)
 14500            033 Alcohol dependence syndrome (303)
 14600            021 Drug dependence (304)
 14700            080 Other neurotic, personality. and nonpsychotic
                       mental disorders (300-302,305-316)
 14800            028 Mental retardation (317-319)

 Recodes for Diseases of Nervous System and Sense Organs

    Ninth Revision 282 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

   *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age 9th Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 14900  1         072      VI.  Diseases of the nervous system and
                                  sense organs (320-389)
 15000  1         040 Diseases of the nervous system (320-359)
 15100            022   Meningitis (320-322)
 15200            027   Parkinson's disease (332)
 15300            092   Other hereditary and degenerative diseases
                         of the central nervous system (330-331,333-337)
 15400            026   Multiple sclerosis (340)
 15500            032   Infantile cerebral palsy (343)
 15600            016   Epilepsy (345)
 15700            068   Other diseases of the nervous system
                         (323-326.341-342,344,346-359)
 15800            041 Disorders of the eye and adnexa (360-379)
 15900            049 Diseases of the ear and mastoid process (380-389)

 Recodes for Diseases of Circulatory System

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 16000   1        060         VII.  Diseases of the circulatory system
                                     (390-459)
 16100  1         053 Rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease
                          (390-398)
 16200            033   Acute rheumatic fever (390-392)
 16300  1         043   Chronic rheumatic heart disease (393-398)
 16400            034     Diseases of mitral valve (394)
 16500            034     Diseases of aortic valve (395)
 16600            046     Diseases of mitral and aortic valves (396)
 16700            059     All other chronic rheumatic heart disease
                           (393.397-398)
 16800  1         030 Hypertensive disease (401-404)
 16900            030   Essential hypertension (401)
 17000            034   Hypertensive heart disease (402)
 17100            034   Hypertensive renal disease (403)
 17200            044   Hypertensive heart and renal disease (404)
 17300  1         032 Ischemic heart disease (410-414)
 17400            035   Acute myocardial infarction (410)
 17500            064   Other acute and subacute forms of ischemic
                         heart disease (411)
 17600            023   Angina pectoris (413)
 17700            087   Old myocardial infarction and other forms
 17800            043   Diseases of pulmonary circulation (415-417)
 17900  1         038   Other forms of heart disease (420-429)
 18000            039   Acute and subacute endocarditis (421)
 18100            088   Acute pericarditis, acute myocarditis,
                         and other diseases of pericardium (420,422-423)
 18200  1         037  Other diseases of endocardium (424)
 18300            034   Mitral valve disorders (424.0)
 18400            034   Aortic valve disorders (424.1)
 18500            051   All other diseases of endocardium (424.2-424.9)
 18600            021   Heart failure (428)
 18700            068   Myocarditis, unspecified and myocardial
                         degeneration  429.0-429.1)
 18800            072   All other and ill-defined forms of heart
                         disease (425-427.429.2-429.9)
 18900  1         034 Cerebrovascular diseases (430-438)
 19000            031   Subarachnoid hemorrhage (430)
 19100            059   Intracerebral and other intracranial
                         hemorrhage (431-432)
 19200            054   Occlusion and stenosis of precerebral
                         arteries (433)
 19300            082   Cerebral thrombosis and unspecified occlusion
                         of cerebral arteries (434.0,434.9)
 19400            027   Cerebral embolism (434.1)
 19500            053   Acute but ill-defined cerebrovascular
                         disease (436)
 19600            066   Other and late effects of Cerebrovascular
                         diseases (435,437-438)
 19700   1        059 Diseases of arteries, arterioles, and
                         capillaries (440-448)
 19800            023   Atherosclerosis (440)
 19900            023   Aortic aneurysm (441)
 20000            071   All other diseases of arteries, arterioles,
                         and capillaries (442-448)
 20100   1        084 Diseases of veins and lymphatics, and
                       other diseases of circulatory system (451-459)
 20200            075   Phlebitis, thrombophlebitis, and venous
                         embolism and thrombosis (451-453)
 20300            095   Other diseases of veins and lymphatics
                         and all other diseases of circulatory
                         system (454-459)

 Recodes for Diseases of Respiratory Organs

       Ninth Revision 282 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
          ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
  Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

   *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 20400   1         061     VIII.  Diseases of the respiratory system
                                   (460-519)
 20500   1         057 Diseases of the upper respiratory tract
                        (460-465,470-478)
 20600             046   Acute upper respiratory infections (460-465)
 20700             053   Other diseases of upper respiratory tract
                          (470-478)
 20800   1         054 Other diseases of the respiratory system
                        (466,480-519)
 20900             042   Acute bronchitis and bronchiolitis (466)
 21000   1         021   Pneumonia (480-486)
 21100             025   Viral pneumonia (480)
 21200             056   Pneumococcal and other bacterial pneumonia
                         (481-482)
 21300             048   Bronchopneumonia, organism unspecified (485)
 21400             061   Pneumonia due to other and unspecified
                          organism (483,486)
 21500             017   Influenza (487)
 21600   1         072   Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and
                          allied conditions (490-496)
 21700   1         071  Bronchitis, chronic and unspecified,
                         emphysema and asthma (490-493)
 21800             057    Bronchitis, not specified as acute orchronic
                          (490)
 21900             030    Chronic bronchitis (491)
 22000             021    Emphysema (492)
 22100             018    Asthma (493)
 22200             062  Bronchiectasis and extrinsic allergic
                         alveolitis (494-495)
 22300             063  Chronic airways obstruction, not elsewhere
                         classified (496)
 22400            073   Pneumoconioses and other lung diseases due
                         to external agents (500-508)
 22500            055   Empyema and abscess of lung and mediastinum
                         (510,513)
 22600            016   Pleurisy (511)
 22700            056   All other diseases of respiratory system
                         (512,514-519)

 Recodes for Diseases of Digestive System

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 22800  1         057        IX.   Diseases of the digestive system
                                    (520-579)
 22900            060 Diseases of oral cavity, salivary glands,
                       and jaws (520-529)
 23000  1         057 Diseases  of  other  parts of the digestive
                       system (530-579)
 23100  1         041   Ulcer of stomach and duodenum (531-533)
 23200            023    Gastric ulcer (531)
 23300            024    Duodenal ulcer (532)
 23400            040    Peptic ulcer, site unspecified (533)
 23500            032  Gastritis and duodenitis (535)
 23600            024  Appendicitis (540-543)
 23700            095  Hernia of abdominal cavity  and intestinal
                         obstruction without mention of hernia
                         (550-553,560)
 23800            059  Regional enteritis and idiopathic proctocolitis
                         (555-556)
 23900            062  All other noninfective gastroenteritis and
                         colitis (557-558)
 24000            032  Diverticula of intestine (562)
 24100  1         043  Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis  (571)
 24200            077    Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis,
                            specified as alcoholic (571.0-571.3)
 24300            057    Chronic hepatitis and biliary cirrhosis
                            (571.4,571.6)
 24400            117    Cirrhosis of liver and other and unspecified
                           chronic liver disease without mention of
                           alcohol (571.5,571.8-571.9)
 24500            061   Cholelithiasis and other disorders of
                          gallbladder (574-575)
 24600            082   All other diseases of digestive system
                         (530,534,536-537,564-570,572-573,576-579)

 Recodes for Diseases of Genitourinary System

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 24700   1        060       X. Diseases of the genitourinary system
                                (580-629)
 24800   1        036 Diseases of urinary system  (580-599)
 24900   1        056   Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and
                         nephrosis (580-589)
 25000            034     Acute glomerulonephritis (580)
 25100            028     Nephrotic syndrome (581)
 25200            140     Chronic glomerulonephritis, nephritis and
                           nephropathy, not specified as acute or
                           chronic and renal sclerosis, unspecified
                           (582-583,587)
 25300            120     Renal failure, disorders resulting from
                           imparied renal function, and small kidney
                           of unknown cause (584-586,588-589)
 25400            028   Infections of kidney (590)
 25500            028   Urinary calculus (592,594)
 25600            056   All other diseases of urinary system
                         (591,593,595-599)

  25700  1 1       041 Diseases of male genital organs (600-608)
  25800    1       031   Hyperplasia of prostate (600)
  25900    1       049   Other diseases of male genital organs
                          (601-608)
  26000            029 Disorders of breast (610-611)
  26100    2       057 Diseases of female genital organs except
                        breast (614-629)

 Recodes for Complication of Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Puerperiu

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 26200  1 2    2  083      XI.Complicaton of pregnancy, childbirth,
                              and the puerperium (630-676)
 26300  1 2    2  041 Pregnancy with abortive outcome (630-638)
 26400    2    2  025   Ectopic pregnancy (633)
 26500    2    2  028   Spontaneous abortion (634)
 26600    2    2  032   Legally induced abortion (635)
 26700    2    2  034   Illegally induced abortion (636)
 26800    2    2  057   Other pregnancy with abortive outcome
                         (630-632,637-638)
 26900  1 2    2  041 Direct obstetric causes (640-646,651-676)
 27000    2    2  054   Hemorrhage  of  pregnancy  and childbirth
                         (640-641,666)
 27100    2    2  040   Toxemia of pregnancy (642.4-642.9,643)
 27200    2    2  024   Obstructed labor (660)
 27300    2    2  043   Complications of the puerperium (670-676)
 27400    2    2  077   Other direct obstetric causes
                        (642.0-642.3,644-646,651-659,661-665,667-669)
 27500    2    2  035 Indirect obstetric causes (647-648)
 27600    2    2  042 Delivery in a completely normal  case (650)

 Recodes for Diseases of Skin and Subcutaneous

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 27700    1       070       XII.Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous
                                 tissue (680-709)
 27800            052 Infections of skin and subcutaneous tissue
                      (680-686)
 27900            060 All other diseases of skin and subcutaneous
                      tissue (690-709)

 Recodes for Diseases of Musculoskeletal System & Connect. Tissue

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 28000   1        087        XIII.   Diseases  of the musculoskeletal
                                system and connective tissue (710-739)
 28100            067 Rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory
                       polyarthropathies (714)
 28200            059 Other arthropathies and related disorders
                       (710-712,715-719)
 28300            022 Dorsopathes (720-724)
 28400            040 Rheumatism, excluding the back (725-729)
 28500            080 Osteopathies, chondropathies, and acquired
                       musculoskeletal deformities (730-739)

 Recodes for Congenital Anomalies

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 28600  1         046          XIV.  Congenital anomalies (740-759)
 28700            018 Spina biflda (741)
 28800            058 All other congenital anomalies of nervous
                       system (740,742)
 28900            039 Congenital anomalies of heart (745-746)
 29000            054 Other congenital anomalies of circulatory
                       system (747)
 29100            048 All other congenital anomalies (743-744,748-759)

 Recodes for Certain Conditions Originating in Perinatal Period

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 29200  1         079          XV. Certain conditions originating
                                    in the perinatal period (760-779)
 29300            018 Birth trauma (767)
 29400            081 Intrauterine hypoxia, birth asphyxia, and
                       respiratory distress syndrome (768-769)
 29500            070 Other conditions originating in theperinatal
                       period (760-766,770-779)

 Recodes for Symptoms, Signs, and Ill-defined Conditions

     Ninth Revision  282  Causes  of Death Adapted for use by DVS
 ST:   1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males;  2=Females    Length=of
 Cause Title   Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 282     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 29600  1         069         XVI.Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined
                                   conditions (780-799)
 29700            043 Senility without mention of psychosis (797)
 29800            067 Symptoms, signs, and other ill-defined
                       conditions (780-796,798-799)
 29900  1         093         Supplementary classification of external
                             causes of injury and poisoning (E800-E999)
 30000  1         041 Accidents and adverse effects (E800-E949)
 30100  1         033   Transport accidents (E800-E848)
 30200            033    Railway accidents (E800-E807)
 30300  1         039    Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E825)
 30400  1         049     Motor vehicle traffic accidents (E810-E819)
 30500            045       Involving collision with train (E810)
 30600            066       Involving collision with another motor
                             vehicle (E811-E812)
 30700            050       Involving collision with pedestrian (E814)
 30800            068       Involving collision with other vehicle
                             or object (E813,E815)
 30900            054       Not involving collision on highway
                             (E816-E818)
 31000            067       Motor vehicle traffic accident of
                             unspecified nature (E819)
 31100            052     Motor vehicle nontraffic accidents
                           (E820-E825)
 31200            044    Other road vehicle accidents (E826-E829)
 31300            041    Water transport accidents (E830-E838)
 31400            049    Air and space transport accidents
                          (E840-E845)
 31500            060    Vehicle accidents not elsewhere
                          classifiable (E846-E848)
 31600  1         034    Accidental poisoning (E850-E869)
 31700            075      Accidental poisoning by drugs,
                            medlcaments, and biologicals (E850-E858)
 31800            072      Accidental poisoning by other solid or
                            liquid substances (E860-E866)
 31900            056      Accidental poisoning by gases and vapors
                            (E867-E869)
 32000            091    Misadventures during medical care, abnormal
                          reactions, and late complications (E870-E879)
 32100  1         030    Accidental falls (E880-E888)
 32200            046      Fall from one level to another (E880-E884)
 32300            034      Fall on same level (E885-E886)
 32400            076      Fracture, cause unspecified, and other
                            and unspecified falls (E887-E888)
 32500            049     Accidents caused by fire and flames
                           (E890-E899)
 32600   1        053     Other accidents, including late effects
                           (E900-E929)
 32700            020       Lightning (E907)
 32800            045       Accidental drowning and submersion (E910)
 32900            120       Inhalation and ingestion of food or other
                             object causing obstruction of respiratory
                             tract or suffocation (E911-E912)
 33000            039       Accident caused by handgun (E922.0)
 33100            074       Accidents caused by all other and
                             unspecified firearms (E922.1-E922.9)
 33200            048       Accident caused by explosive material (E923)
 33300            123       Accident caused by hot substance or object,
                             caustic or corrosive material, steam, and
                             exposure to radiation (E924,E926)
 33400            046       Accident caused by electric current (E925)
 33500            103       All other accidents and late effects of
                             accidental injury (E900-E906,E908-E909,
                             E913-E921,E927-E929)

 33600            102   Drugs, medicaments, and biological substances
                          causing adverse effects in therapeutic use
                          (E930-E949)

 33700 1       1  019 Suicide (E950-E959)
 33800         1  064   Suicide by drugs, medicaments, and
                         biologicals (E950.0-E950.5)
 33900         1  061   Suicide by other solid or liquid substances
                         (E950.6-E950.9)
 94000         1  041   Suicide by gases and vapors (E951-E952)
 34100         1  059   Suicide by hanging, strangulation, and
                         suffocation (E953)
 34200         1  029   Suicide by handgun (E955.0)
 34300         1  063   Suicide by all other and unspecified
                         firearms (E955.1-E955.4)
 34400         1  089   Suicide by all other means and late effects
                         of self-inflicted injury (E954,E955.5-E959)

 34500  1         043 Homicide and legal intervention (E960-E978)
 34600            029   Assault by handgun (E965.0)
 34700            063   Assault by all other and unspecified
                         firearms (E965.1-E965.4)
 34800            051   Assault by cutting and piercing instrument
                         (E966)
 34900            127   Assault by all other means and late effects
                         of injury purposely inflicted by other
                         person (E960-E964,E965.5-E965.9,E967-E969)
 35000            024   Legal execution (E978)
 35100            091   Other legal intervention and late effects
                         of injury due to legal intervention
                         (E970-E977)
 35200  1         075 Injury undetermined whether accidentally or
                       purposely inflicted (E980-E989)
 35300            071   From poisoning by drugs, medicaments, and
                            biologicals (E980.0-E980.5)
 35400            068   From poisoning by other solid or liquid
                         substances (E980.6-E980.9)
 35500            033   From injury by handgun (E985.0)
 35600            067   From injury by all other and unspecified
                         firearms (E985.1-E985.4)
 35700            141   From injury by all other means and late
                         effects of injury, undetermined whether
                         accidentally or purposely inflicted
                         (E981-E984,E985.5-E989)
 35800            051 Injury resulting from operations of war
                       (E990-E999)

 Cause of Death 72 Recodes

 Recodes 010-490

       Ninth Revision 72 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age:  1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

     *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File *****
  72     S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 010              035 Shigellosis and amebiasis (004,006)
 020              045 Certain other intestinal infections (007-009)
 030    1         022 Tuberculosis (010-018)
 040              046   Tuberculosis of respiratory system (010-012)
 050              030   Other tuberculosis (013-018)
 060              020 Whooping cough (033)
 070              063 Streptococcal sore throat, scarlatina, and
                       erysipelas (034-035)
 080              029 Meningococcal infection (036)
 090           3  016 Septicemia (038)
 100              025 Acute poliomyelitis (045)
 110              013 Measles (055)
 120              021 Viral hepatitis (070)
 130              018 Syphilis (090-097)
 140              109 All other infectious and parasitic diseases
                        (001-003,005,020-032,037,039-041,046-054,
                        056-066,071-088,098-139)

 150  1           089 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of
                       lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues (140-208)
 160              064   Malignant neoplasms of lip, oral cavity,
                         and pharynx (140-149)
 170              066   Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs and
                         peritoneum (150-159)
 180              071   Malignant neoplasms of respiratory  and
                         intrathoracic organs (160-165)
 190              040   Malignant neoplasm of breast (174-175)
 200              049   Malignant neoplasms of genital organs
                         (179-187)
 210              049   Malignant neoplasms of urinary organs (188-189)
 220              074   Malignant neoplasms of all other and
                         unspecified sites (170-173,190-199)
 230              020   Leukemia (204-208)
 240              076   Other malignant neoplasms of lymphatic
                         and hematopoietic tissues (200-203)
 250              108 Benign neoplasms, carcinoma in situ, and
                       neoplasms of uncertain behavior and of
                       unspecified nature (210-239)

 260              023 Diabetes mellitus (250)
 270              034 Nutritional deficiencies (260-269)
 280              017 Anemias (280-285)
 290              020 Meningitis (320-322)

 300    1         039 Major cardiovascular diseases (390-448)
 310    1         041   Diseases of heart (390-398,402,404-429)
 320              057     Rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart
                           disease (390-398)
 330              036     Hypertensive heart disease (402)
 340              046     Hypertensive heart and renal disease (404)
 350    1         036     Ischemic heart disease (410-414)
 360              039       Acute myocardial infarction (410)
 370              068       Other acute and subacute forms of
                             ischemlc heart disease (411)
 380              027       Angina pectoris (413)
 390              091       Old myocardial infarction and other
                             forms of chronic ischemic
                             heart disease (412,414)
 400              039      Other diseases of endocardium (424)
 410              054      All other forms of heart disease
                            (415-423,425-429)

 420              054  Hypertension with or without renal
                        disease (401,403)
 430    1         036  Cerebrovascular diseases (430-438)
 440              061    Intracerebral and other intracranial
                          hemorrhage (431-432)
 450              084    Cerebral thrombosis and unspecified
                          occlusion of cerebral arteries (434.0.434.9)
 460              029    Cerebral embolism (434.1)
 470              076    All other and late effects of cerebrovascular
                          diseases (430,433,435-438)
 480              023    Atherosclerosls (440)
 490              067    Other diseases of arteries, arterioles, and
                          capillaries (441-448)

 Recodes 500-840

      Ninth Revision 72 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age:  1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

  *****   Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 72      S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 500              040 Acute bronchitis and bronchiolitis (466)
 510    1         033 Pneumonia and influenza (480-487)
 520              021   Pneumonia (480-486)
 530              017   Influenza (487)

 540    1         070 Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and
                          allied conditions (490-496)
 550              047   Bronchitis, chronic and unspecified (490-491)
 560              017   Emphysema (492)
 570              014   Asthma (493)
 580              078   Other chronic obstructive pulmonary
                         diseases and allied conditions (494-496)

 590              039 Ulcer of stomach and duodenum (531-533)
 600              022 Appendicitis (540-543)
 610              093 Hernla of abdominal cavity and intestinal
                       obstruction without mention of hernia
                       (550-553,560)
 620              041 Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis (571)
 630              059 Cholelithiasis and other disorders of
                       gallbladder (574-575)
 640      1       054 Nephrltis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis
                         (580-589)
 650              059   Acute glomerulonephritis and nephrotic
                         syndrome (580-581)
 660              138   Chronic glomerulonephritis, nephritls and
                         nephropathy, not specified as acute or
                         chronic, and renal sclerosis, unspecified
                         (582-583,587)
 670              118   Renal failure, disorders resulting from
                         impaired renal function, and small kidney
                         of unknown cause (584-586,588-589)
 680              026 Infections of kidney (590)
 690      1       029 Hyperplasia of prostate (600)

 700   1  2    2  068 Complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and
                       the puerperium (630-676)
 710      2    2  043   Pregnancy with abortive outcome (630-638)
 720      2    2  076   Other complications of pregnancy, childbirth,
                         and the puerperium (640-676)
 730              030 Congenital anomalies (740-759)
 740      1       064 Certain conditions originating in the
                       perinatal period (760-779)
 750              097   Birth trauma, intrauterine hypoxia, birth
                         asphyxla, and respiratory distress syndrome
                         (767-769)
 760              072   Other conditions originating in the
                         perinatal period (760-766,770-779)
                  053 Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined conditions
                       (780-799)
 780              029 All other diseases (Residual)

 790    1         041 Accidents and adverse effects (E800-E949)
 800              037   Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E825)
 810              063   All other accidents and adverse effects
                        (E800-E807,E826-E949)
 820           1  019 Suicide (E950-E959)
 830              043 Homicide and legal intervention (E960-E978)
 840              037 All other external causes (E980-E999)

 Cause of Death 61 Recodes

 Recodes 010-370

      Ninth Revision 61 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

    *****  Cause  Subtotals are not dentified in ths File *****

 61      S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 010              039 Certain intestinal infections (008-009)
 020              020 Whooping cough (033)
 030              029 Meningococcal infection (036)
 040           3  016 Septicemia (038)
 050              024 Viral diseases (045-079)
 060              025 Congenital syphilis (090)
 070              100 Remainder of infectious and parasitic
                      diseases  (001-007,010-032,034-035,037,039-
                      041,080-088,091-139)

 080              089 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of
                       lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues (140-208)
 090              108 Benign neoplasms, carcinoma in situ, and
                       neoplasms of uncertain behavior and of
                       unspecified nature (210-239)

 100              030 Diseases of thymus gland (254)
 110              023 Cystic fibrosis (277.0)
 120              052 Diseases of blood and blood-forming organs
                       (280-289)
 130              020 Meningitis (320-322)
 140              059 Other diseases of nervous system and sense
                       organs (323-389)
 150              044 Acute upper respiratory infections (460-465)
 160              042 Bronchitis and bronchiolitis (466,490-491)

 170    1         033 Pneumonia  and influenza (480-487)
 180              021   Pneumonia (480-486)
 190              017   Influenza (487)

 200              061 Remainder of diseases of respiratory system
                       (470-478,492-519)
 210              093 Hernia of abdominal cavity and intestinal
                       obstruction without mention of hernia
                       (550-553,560)
 220              075 Gastritis, duodenitis, and noninfective
                       enteritis and coltis (535,555-558)
 230              067 Remainder of diseases of digestive system
                       (520-534,536-543.562-579)

 240     1        030 Congenital anomalies (740-759)
 250              042   Anencephalus  and  similar anomalies (740)
 260              020   Spina bifIda (741)
 270              034   Congenital hydrocephalus (742.3)
 280              092   Other congenital anomalies of central
                         nervous system and eye
                         (742.0-742.2,742.4-742.9,743)
 290              041   Congenital anomalies of heart (745-746)
 300              056   Other congenital anomalies of circulatory
                         system (747)
 310              050   Congenital anomalies of respiratory system
                         (748)
 320              052   Congenital anomalies of digestive system
                         (749-751)
 330              056   Congenital anomalies of genitourinary
                         system (752-753)
 340               058 Congenital anomalies of musculoskeletal
                        system (754-756)
 350               025 Down's syndrome (758.0)
 360               043 Other chromosomal anomalies (758.1-758.9)
 370               062 All other and unspecified congenital
                        anomalies (744,757,759)

 Recodes 380-680

       Ninth Revision 61 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days &Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified In this File  *****

 61      S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 380    1         064 Certain conditions originating in the
                              perinatal period (760-779)
 390              091   Newborn affected by maternal conditions which
                         may be unrelated to present pregnancy (760)
 400              063   Newborn affected by maternal complications
                         of pregnancy (761)
 410              074   Newborn affected by complications of placenta,
                         cord, and  membranes (762)
 420              069   Newborn affected by other complications of
                         labor and delivery (763)

 430              048   Slow fetal growth and fetal malnutrition (764)
 440              077   Disorders relating to short gestation and
                         unspecified low birthweight (765)
 450              065   Disorders relating to long  gestation  and
                         high birthweight (766)
 460              020   Birth trauma (767)

 470    1         047   Intrauterine hypoxia and birth asphyxia (768)
 480              051     Fetal distress in liveborn infant
                           (768.2-768.4)
 490              032     Birth asphyxia (768.5-768.9)

 500              037   Respiratory distress syndrome (769)
 510              047   Other respiratory conditions of newborn
                         (770)
 520              051   Infections specific to the perinatal period
                         (771)
 530              027   Neonatal hemorrhage (772)
 540              094   Hemolytic disease of newborn, due to
                         isoimmunization, and other perinatal
                         jaundice (773-774)
 550              088   Syndrome of "infant of a diabetic mother"
                        and neonatal diabetes mellitus (775.0-775.1)
 560              040   Hemorrhagic disease of newborn (776.0)
 570              098   All other and ill-defined conditions
                         originating in the perinatal period
                         (775.2-775.9,776. 1-779)

 580    1         053 Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined conditions
                        (780-799)
 590              038   Sudden infant death syndrome (798.0)
 600              075   Symptoms, signs, and all other ill-defined
                         conditions (780-797,798.1-799)
 610    1         041 Accidents and adverse effects (E800-E949)
 620              118   Inhalation and ingestion of food or other
                          object causing obstruction of respiratory
                          tract or suffocation (E911-E912)
 630              042   Accidental mechanical suffocation (E913)
 640              067   Other accidental causes and adverse effects
                          (E800-E910,E914-E949)
 650    1         020 Homicide ( 960- 969)
 660              047   Child battering and other maltreatment (E967)
 670              038   Other homicide (E960-E966,E968-E969)
 680              027 All other causes (Residual)

 Cause of Death 52 Recodes

       Ninth Revision 52 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
          ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

 *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 52      S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included

 010              050 Tuberculosis, including late effects
                       (010-018,137)
 020           3  016 Septicemia (038)
 030    1         089 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of
                       lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues (140-208)
 040              064   Malignant neoplasms of lip, oral cavity,
                         and pharynx (140-149)
 050              039   Malignant neoplasm of esophagus (150)
 060              037   Malignant neoplasm of stomach (151)
 070              035   Malignant neoplasm of colon (153)
 080              070   Malignant neoplasms of rectum, rectosigmoid
                         junction, and anus (154)
 090              064   Malignant neoplasms of liver and intrahepatic
                         bile ducts (155)
 100              070   Malignant neoplasms of gallbladder and
                         extrahepatic bileducts (156)
 110              038   Malignant neoplasm of pancreas (157)
 120              036   Malignant neoplasm of larynx (161)
 130              058   Malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus,
                         and lung (162)
 140              036   Malignant neoplasm of pleura (163)
 150              059   Malignant neoplasms of bone and articular
                         cartilage (170)
 160              063   Malignant neoplasms of connective and
                         other soft tissue (171)
 170              034   Malignant melanoma of skin (172)
 180     2        043   Malignant neoplasm of female  breast (174)
 190     2        042   Malignant neoplasm of cervix uteri  (180)
 200     2        044   Malignant neoplasm of body of uterus (182)
 210     2        061   Malignant neoplasms of ovary and other
                         uterine adnexa (183)
 220      1       038   Malignant neoplasm of prostate (185)
 230      1       036   Malignant neoplasm of test is (186)
 240              037   Malignant neoplasm of bladder (188)
 250              078   Malignant neoplasms of kidney and other and
                         unspecified urinary organs (189)
 260              090   Malignant neoplasms of brain and other and
                         unspecified parts of nervous system (191-192)
 270              025   Hodgkin's disease (201)
 280              059   Malignant lymphoma other than Hodgkin's
                         disease (200,202)
 290              058   Multiple myeloma and immunoproliferative
                         neoplasms (203)
 300              020   Leukemia (204-208)
 310              149   All other malignant neoplasms, including
                         neoplasms of lymphatic and hematopoietic
                         tissues (152,158-160,164-165,173,175,179,181,
                         184,187,190,193-199)
 320              023 Diabetes mellitus (250)
 330              021 Aplastic anemia (284)
 340    1         039 Diseases of heart (390-398,402,404-429)
 350              034   Hypertensive heart disease (402)
 360              044   Hypertensive heart and renal disease  (404)
 370    1         034   Ischemic heart disease (410-414)
 380              037     Acute myocardial infarction (410)
 390              046     All other ischemic heart disease (411-414)
 400              047   All other diseases of heart (390-398,415-429)
 410              052 Hypertension with or without renal disease
                       (401,403)
 420              034 Cerebrovascular diseases (430-438)
 430              021 Atherosclerosls (440)
 440              033 Pneumonia and influenza (480-487)
 450              070 Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and
                       allied conditions (490-496)
 460              072 Pneumoconioses and pneumopathy due to
                       inhalation of other dust (500-505)
 470              039 Ulcer of stomach and duodenum (531-533)
 480              041 Chronic liver disease and clrrhosis (571)
 490              054 Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis
                       (580-589)
 500    1         041 Accidents and adverse effects (E800-E949)
 510              037   Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E825)
 520              079   Accidents mainly of industrial type
                         (E846,E881-E882,E916-E919,E921,E923-E926)
 530              099   Other accidents and adverse effects
                         (E800-E807,E826-E845,E847-E880,E883-E915,E920,
                          E922,E927-E949)
 540           1  019 Suicide (E950-E959)
 550              043 Homicide and legal intervention (E960-E978)
 560              049 All other diseases and external causes (Redidual)

 Cause of Death 34 Recodes

      Ninth Revision  34 Causes of Death Adapted for use by DVS
         ST:  1=Subtotal   Limited: Sex: 1=Males; 2=Females
 Length=of Cause Title  Age: 1=5 & Over; 2=10-54; 3=28 Days & Over

   *****  Cause Subtotals are not Identified in this File  *****

 34      S Limited Len-
 Recode  T Sex Age gth Cause Title And ICD-9 Codes Included


 010              022 Tuberculosis (010-018)
 020              018 Syphilis (090-097)
 030              071 Residual of infectious and parasitic
                     diseases (001-009020-088,098-139)
 040  1            089 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of
                       lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues (140-208)
 050              066 Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs and
                       peritoneum (150-159)
 060              071 Malignant neoplasms of respiratory and
                       intrathoracic organs (160-165)
 070              040 Malignant neoplasm of breast (174-175)
 080              049 Malignant neoplasms of genital organs
                       (179-187)
 090              049 Malignant neoplasms of urinary organs (188-189)
 100              020 Leukemia (204-208)
 110              053 Other malignant neoplasms
                       (140-149,170-173,190-203)
 120              023 Diabetes mellitus (250)
 130    1         039 Major cardiovascular diseases (390-448)
 140    1         041 Diseases of heart (390-398,402,404-429)
 150              057 Rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease
                         (390-398)
 160                070  Hypertensive heart disease with or without
                         renal disease (402,404)
 170                036  Ischemic heart disease (410-414)
 180                034  Other heart diseases (415-429)
 190                054 Hypertension with or without renal disease
                         (401,403)
 200                036 Cerebrovascular diseases (430-438)
 210                023 Atherosclerosis (440)
 220                067 Other diseases of arteries, arterioles, and
                        capillaries (441-448)

 230                033 Pneumonia and influenza (480-487)
 240                070 Chronic  obstructive  pulmonary diseases and
                        allied conditions (490-496)
 250                039 Ulcer of stomach and duodenum (531-533)
 260                041 Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis (571)
 270                054 Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis
                        (580-589)
 280      2    2    068 Complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and
                        the puerperium (630-676)
 290                030 Congenital anomalies (740-759)
 300                064 Certain conditions originating in the
                        perinatal period (760-779)
 310                053 Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined conditions
                        (780-799)
 320                029 All other diseases (Residual)

 330                035 Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E825)
 340                061 All other accidents and adverse effects
                         (E800-E807,E826-E949)
 350           1    019 Suicide (E950-E959)
 360                043 Homicide and legal intervention  (E960-E978)
 370                037 All other external causes (E980-E999)

 Usual Occupation Recodes

 Titles for Usual Occupation Recode 59

    ****  OCCUPATION SUBTOTALS ARE NOT IDENTIFIED IN THIS FILE  ****

 RECODE  ST  TITLE

  01     1  Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations
  02          Executive and administrative occupations
  03          Management related occupations
  04     1  Professional specialty occupations
  05          Architects, engineers, and scientists
  06          Health diagnosis and treatment occupations
  07          Teachers
  08          Other professional specialty occupations
  09        Technicians and related support
  10        Sales occupations
  11     1  Administrative support occupations, including clerical
  12          Secretaries, stenographers, and typists
  13          Records processing occupations
  14          Mail and message distributing occupations
  15          Other administrative support occupations
  16     1  Service occupations
  17          Private household occupations
  18          Protective service occupations
  19          Food preparation and service occupations
  20          Health service occupations
  21          Cleaning and building service occupations
  22          Personal service occupations
  23     1  Farming, forestry, fishing occupations
  24          Farm and other agricultural occupations
  25          Forestry, fishing and hunting occupations
  26     1  Precision production, craft and repair occupations
  27     1    Mechanics and repairers
  28            Vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics and repairers
  29            Other mechanics and repairers
  30     1    Construction trades
  31            Carpenters and apprentices
  32            Electricians, apprentices, and electrical power
                 installers and repairers
  33            Painters, construction and maintenance
  34            Other contruction trades
  35          Extractive occupations
  36     1    Precision production occupations
  37            Supervisors, production occupations
  38            Precision metal and wood working occupations
  39            Precision textile, apparel, and furnishings
                 machine workers
  40            Precision food production occupations
  41            Other precision production occupations
  42     1  Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors
  43     1    Machine operators and tenders, except precision
  44            Metal, plastic, and woodworking machine operators
  45            Printing machine operators
  46            Textile, apparel, and furnishing machine operators
  47            Machine operators, assorted materials
  48          Fabricators, assemblers, and hand working occupations
  49          Production inspectors, testers, samplers, and weighers
  50     1  Transportation and material moving occupations
  51          Motor vehicle operators
  52          Other transportation occupations
  53     1  Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers and laborers
  54          Construction laborers
  55          Laborers, except construction
  56          Other handlers, cleaners, and laborers
  57        Military
  58        Homemaker
  59        Occupation unknown or not reported

 Titles for Usual Occupation Recode 09

    ****  OCCUPATION SUBTOTALS ARE NOT IDENTIFIED IN THIS FILE  ****

 RECODE   TITLE

  01     Managerial and professional specialty occupations
  02     Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations
  03     Service occupations
  04     Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations
  05     Precision production, craft, and repair occupations
  06     Operators, fabricators, and laborers
  07     Military
  08     Homemaker
  09     Retired, student, volunteer, never worked, unknown, or
          not reported

 Business and Industry Recodes

 Titles for Business or Industry Recode 51

            TITLES FOR BUSINESS OR INDUSTRY RECODE 51

 RECODE  ST  TITLE

  01        Agriculture forestry, and fisheries
  02        Mining
  03        Construction
  04     1  Manufacturing
  05     1    Nondurable goods
  06            Food and kindred products
  07            Textile mill and finished products
  08            Paper and allied products
  09            Printing, publishing and allied products
  10            Chemicals and allied products
  11            Petroleum and coal products
  12            Rubber, plastics and leather products
  13     1    Durable goods
  14            Lumber and other wood products, and furniture
  15            Stone, clay, glass and concrete products
  16            Primary metal industries
  17            Fabricated metal industries
  18            Machinery, except electrical
  19            Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies
  20            Transportation equipment
  21            Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
  22     1  Transportation, communications, and other public utilities
  23     1    Transportation
  24            Railroads
  25            Trucking and warehousing
  26            Other transportation
  27          Communications
  28          Utilities and sanitary services
  29        Wholesale trade
  30     1  Retail trade
  31          Food, bakery, and dairy stores
  32          Auto dealers and supply stores
  33          Eating and drinking places
  34          Other retail trade
  35        Finance, insurance, and real estate
  36     1  Business and repair services
  37          Automotive services and repair
  38          Other business and repair services
  39     1  Personal services
  40          Private households
  41          Beauty and barber shops
  42          Other personal services
  43        Entertainment and recreation services
  44     1  Professional and related services
  45          Health services
  46          Educational services
  47          Social services
  48          Legal, engineering, and other services
  49        Public administration
  50        Military
  51        Industry unknown or not reported

 Titles for Business or Industry Recode 15

              TITLES FOR BUSINESS OR INDUSTRY RECODE 15

 RECODE   TITLE

  01     Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
  02     Mining
  03     Construction
  04     Manufacturing
  05     Transportation, communications, and other publicutilities
  06     Wholesale trade
  07     Retail trade
  08     Finance, insurance, and real estate
  09     Business and repair services
  10     Personal services
  11     Entertainment and recreation services
  12     Professional ana related services
  13     Public administration
  14     Military
  15     Industry Unknown or not reported

 

Technical Appendix 1979


Table A

 Area Adopting Standard Definition of Fetal Death & Reporting '79

 Table A. Area adopting standard defintion of fetal death and reporting
 all periods of gestation, date last normal menstrual period began (LMP),
 birth weight in pounds and ounces, pregnancy history, and marital status:
 Each State, 1979

              Standard  All periods  Date last  Birth      Preg-  Marital
              defini-   of gesta-    normal     weight in  nancy  status
   Area       tion      tion         menstrual  pounds &  history
                                     period     ounces
                                     began(LMP)
 Alabama                                 X                   X      X
 Alaska          X                       X          X               X
 Arizona         X                       X                   X      X
 Arkansas        X           X(1)                   X
 California      X                       X                   X
 Colorado        X           X           X                          X
 Connecticut     X                                  X
 Delaware                                           X               X
 District of
 Columbia                                X          X               X
 Florida         X(2)                    X                          X
 Georgia         X           X           X                         (3)
 Hawaii          X           X           X                   X      X
 Idaho                                   X          X        X      X
 Illinois        X                       X          X               X
 Indiana                                 X          X        X      X
 Iowa            X                       X                   X      X
 Kansas                                  X                   X      X
 Kentucky                                X          X        X      X
 Louisiana       X                       X                          X
 Maine           X                       X                   X      X
 Maryland        X                       X
 Massachu-
 setts           X                       X                   X      X
 Michigan        X(2)                    X                   X
 Minnesota       X                       X                          X
 Mississippi     X                       X                   X      X
 Missouri                                X                   X      X
 Montana                                 X                   X
 Nebraska        X                       X                   X      X
 Nevada                                  X                   X     (3)
 New Hamp-
 shire           X                       X          X        X      X
 New Jersey      X                       X                          X
 New Mexico      X                                  X
 New York        X           X           X
  New York
  City                       X           X                   X
 North Caro-
 lina            X                       X                          X
 North Dakota    X                       X                   X      X
 Ohio            X(2)                    X                   X
 Oklahoma        X                       X          X               X
 Oregon          X(2)                    X                   X      X
 Pennsylvania                                       X               X
 Rhode Island    X           X           X          X        X      X
 South Caro-
 lina            X                       X                   X      X
 South
 Dakota          X                                           X      X
 Tennessee       X                       X                   X      X
 Texas           X                                                 (3)
 Utah                                    X                   X      X
 Vermont         X                       X
 Virginia        X           X                                      X
 Washington      X                       X                   X(4)   X
 West
 Virginia        X                       X          X               X
 Wisconsin       X(2)                                        X      X
 Wyoming                                 X                   X      X
 Puerto Rico
 Virgin
 Islands
 Guam

 1  Requires the reporting of all periods of gestation; however, those under
    20 weeks are not transmitted to NCHS.
 2  Uses the standard defintion but includes either a gestational age or birth
    weight criteria in the definition.
 3  Reports marital status on the Report of Fetal Death but not on the Certi-
    ficate of Live Birth.
 4  Specifies not to include terminations.

 Areas Reporting Fetal Deaths for all Periods of Gestation 1980

 Table A. Areas reporting fetal deaths for all periods of gestation; date last
 normal menstrual period began (LMP);birth weight in pounds & ounces, & in
 grams; pregnancy history; & marital status: Each State, New York City, Puerto
 Rico, Virgin Islands, & Guam, 1980

                 All periods  Date last   *****Birth weight***** Preg-  Mari-
                      of       normal mens----------------------- nancy  tal
   Area            gestation   trual period Pounds & Grams Either history sta-
                               began (LMP)   ounces        pounds         tus
                                                           or gram
 Alabama                         X                                   X     X
 Alaska                          X                X                        X
 Arizona                         X                                   X     X
 Arkansas          X(1)                           X
 California                      X                      X            X(2)
 Colorado          X             X                                         X
 Connecticut                                      X
 Delaware                                         X                        X
 District of
 Columbia                        X                X                        X
 Florida                         X                                         X
 Georgia           X             X                            X      X     X
 Hawaii            X             X                      X            X     X
 Idaho                           X                X                  X     X
 Illinois                        X                X                        X
 Indiania                        X                X                  X     X
 Iowa                            X                                   X     X
 Kansas                          X                                   X     X
 Kentucky                        X                                   X     X
 Louisiana                       X                X                        X
 Maine                           X                                   X     X
 Maryland                        X                            X
 Massachu-
 setts                           X                                   X     X
 Michigan                        X                                   X
 Minnesota                       X                                         X
 Mississippi                     X                            X      X     X
 Missouri                        X                                   X     X
 Montana                         X                                   X
 Nebraska                        X                                   X     X
 Nevada                          X                                   X     X
 New Hamp-
 shire                           X                                   X     X
 New Jersey                      X                X
 New Mexico                                             X            X
 New York          X             X                            X      X
   New York
   City            X             X                            X      X
 North
 Carolina                        X                X                        X
 North Dakota                    X                            X      X
 Ohio                            X                      X            X
 Oklahoma                        X                X                        X
 Oregon                          X                                   X     X
 Pennsyl-
 vania                                            X                        X
 Rhode
 Island            X             X                X                  X     X
 South
 Carolina                        X                                   X     X
 South
 Dakota                                                              X     X
 Tennessee                       X                                   X     X
 Texas                           X                            X
 Utah                            X                                   X     X
 Vermont                         X
 Virginia          X             X                      X                  X
 Washington                      X                                   X(2)  X
 West
 Virginia                        X                X                        X
 Wisconsin                       X                            X      X     X
 Wyoming                         X                                   X     X
 Puerto Rico                                      X                        X
 Virgin
 Islands           X             X                                         X
 Guam                            X                                   X     X

 1  Requires the reporting of all periods of gestation, however, those under
    20 weeks are not transmitted to NCHS.
 2  Specifies not to include terminations.

 Areas Reporting Selected Items on Fetal Death 1981

 Table A. Areas reporting selected items on the fetal death record: Each
 reporting area, 1981

             All periods   Date last  *****Birth weight***** Preg-  Mari-
                of        normal mens- --------------------- nancy  tal
  Area       gestation    trual period pounds & Grams Either hist-  sta-
                          began (LMP)   ounces        pounds ory    tus
                                                     &ounces
 Alabama                        X                              X     X
 Alaska                         X           X                        X
 Arizona                        X                              X     X
 Arkansas          X(1)                     X
 California                     X                 X            X(2)
 Colorado          X            X                                    X
 Connecticut                                X
 Delaware                                   X                        X
 District
 of Columbia                    X           X                        X
 Florida                        X                                    X
 Georgia           X            X                       X      X     X
 Hawaii            X            X                 X            X     X
 Idaho                          X           X                  X     X
 Illinois                       X           X                        X
 Indiana                        X           X                  X     X
 Iowa                           X                              X     X
 Kansas                         X                              X     X
 Kentucky                       X                              X     X
 Louisiana                      X           X                        X
 Maine                          X                              X     X
 Maryland                       X                       X
 Massachu-
 setts                          X                              X     X
 Michigan                       X                              X
 Minnesota                      X                                    X
 Mississippi                    X                       X      X     X
 Missouri                       X                              X     X
 Montana                        X                              X
 Nebraska                       X                              X     X
 Nevada                         X                              X     X
 New Hamp-
 shire                          X                              X     X
 New Jersey                     X           X                        X
 New Mexico                                       X            X     X
 New York          X            X                       X      X
   New York
   City            X            X                       X      X
 North Caro-
 lina                           X           X                        X
 North
 Dakota                         X                       X      X     X
 Ohio                           X                 X            X
 Oklahoma                       X           X                        X
 Oregon                         X                              X     X
 Pennsylvania                   X           X                        X
 Rhode Island      X            X           X                  X     X
 South Caro-
 lina                           X                              X     X
 South
 Dakota                                                        X     X
 Tennessee                      X                              X     X
 Texas                          X                       X
 Utah                           X                              X     X
 Vermont                        X
 Virginia          X            X                 X                  X
 Washington                     X                              X(2)  X
 West
 Virginia                       X           X                        X
 Wisconsin                      X                       X      X     X
 Wyoming                        X                              X     X
 Puerto
 Rico                                       X                        X
 Virgin
 Islands           X            X                                    X
 Guam                           X                              X     X

 1  Requires the reporting of all periods of gestation; however, those under
    20 weeks are not transmitted to NCHS.
 2  Specifies not to include induced terminations.

 Period of Gestation Which Fetal-Death Report Required 1985

     Table A.  Period of gestation at which fetal-death reporting
               is required:  Each reporting area, 1985

                           All periods
                               of                               20 wks or
           Area             gestation    16 weeks    20 weeks    350 grams
 Alabama                                                 X
 Alaska                                                  X
 Arizona                                                 X
 Arkansas                      X
 California                                              X
 Colorado                      X
 Connecticut                                             X
 Delaware                                                X
 District of Columbia
 Florida                                                 X
 Georgia                       X
 Hawaii                        X
 Idaho                                                              X
 Illinois                                                X
 Indiana                                                 X
 Iowa                                                    X
 Kansas
 Kentucky                                                           X
 Louisiana                                                          X
 Maine                                                   X
 Maryland                                                X*
 Massachusetts                                                      X
 Michigan
 Minnesota                                               X
 Mississippi                                                        X
 Missouri                                                           X
 Montana                                                 X
 Nebraska                                                X
 Nevada                                                  X
 New Hampshire                                                      X
 New Jersey                                              X
 New Mexico
 New York
   NY excluding NYC            X
   New York City               X
 North Carolina                                          X
 North Dakota                                            X
 Ohio                                                    X
 Oklahoma                                                X
 Oregon                                                  X**
 Pennsylvania                                X
 Rhode Island                  X
 South Carolina                                                     X
 South Dakota
 Tennessee
 Texas                                                   X
 Utah                                                    X
 Vermont                                                 X****
 Virginia                      X
 Washington                                              X
 West Virginia                                           X
 Wisconsin                                               X
 Wyoming                                                 X

 Period of Gestation Which Fetal-Death Report Required(85detailed

          Table A.  Period of gestation at which fetal-death reporting
                    is required:  Each reporting area, 1985

                          20 weeks   20 weeks
                              or        or                  350      500
           Area           400 grams  500 grams  5 months   grams  grams
 Alabama
 Alaska
 Arizona
 Arkansas
 California
 Colorado
 Connecticut
 Delaware
 District of Columbia                    X
 Florida
 Georgia
 Hawaii
 Idaho
 Illinois
 Indiana
 Iowa
 Kansas                                                      X
 Kentucky
 Louisiana
 Maine
 Maryland
 Massachusetts
 Michigan                     X
 Minnesota
 Mississippi                  X
 Missouri                     X
 Montana
 Nebraska
 Nevada
 New Hampshire                X
 New Jersey
 New Mexico                                                           X
 New York
   New York excluding NYC
   New York City
 North Carolina
 North Dakota
 Ohio
 Oklahoma
 Oregon
 Pennsylvania
 Rhode Island
 South Carolina
 South Dakota                                                         X
 Tennessee                                                          X***
 Texas
 Utah
 Vermont
 Virginia
 Washington
 West Virginia
 Wisconsin
 Wyoming

 *    If gestational age is unknown, weight of 500 grams or more.
 **   If gestational age is unknown, weight of 400 grams or more, or
      crown-heel length of 28 centimeters or more.
 ***  If weight is unknown, 22 completed weeks' gestation or more.
 **** If gestational age is unknown, weight of 400 or more grams, 15 or more
      ounces.

 Period of Gestation Which Fetal-Death Report Required 1986

    Table A.  Period of gestation at which fetal-death reporting
              is required:  Each reporting area, 1986

                           All periods
                               of                               20 wks or
           Area             gestation    16 weeks    20 weeks    350 grams
 Alabama                                                 X
 Alaska                                                  X
 Arizona                                                 X*
 Arkansas                      X
 California                                              X
 Colorado                      X
 Connecticut                                             X
 Delaware                                                X
 District of Columbia
 Florida                                                 X
 Georgia                       X
 Hawaii                        X
 Idaho                                                              X
 Illinois                                                X
 Indiana                                                 X
 Iowa                                                    X
 Kansas
 Kentucky                                                           X
 Louisiana                                                          X
 Maine                         X
 Maryland                                                X**
 Massachusetts                                                      X
 Michigan
 Minnesota                                               X
 Mississippi                                                        X
 Missouri                                                           X
 Montana                                                 X
 Nebraska                                                X
 Nevada                                                  X
 New Hampshire                                                      X
 New Jersey                                              X
 New Mexico
 New York
   NY excluding NYC            X
   New York City               X
 North Carolina                                          X
 North Dakota                                            X
 Ohio                                                    X
 Oklahoma                                                X
 Oregon                                                  X***
 Pennsylvania                                X
 Rhode Island                  X
 South Carolina                                                     X
 South Dakota
 Tennessee
 Texas                                                   X
 Utah                                                    X
 Vermont                                                 X*****
 Virginia                      X
 Washington                                              X
 West Virginia                                           X
 Wisconsin                                                        X
 Wyoming                                                 X

 Period Gestation Which Fetal-Death Report Required (86detailed)

          Table A.  Period of gestation at which fetal-death reporting
                    is required:  Each reporting area, 1986

                          20 weeks   20 weeks
                              or        or                  350      500
           Area           400 grams  500 grams  5 months   grams  grams
 Alabama
 Alaska
 Arizona
 Arkansas
 California
 Colorado
 Connecticut
 Delaware
 District of Columbia                    X
 Florida
 Georgia
 Hawaii
 Idaho
 Illinois
 Indiana
 Iowa
 Kansas                                                      X
 Kentucky
 Louisiana
 Maine
 Maryland
 Massachusetts
 Michigan                     X
 Minnesota
 Mississippi
 Missouri
 Montana
 Nebraska
 Nevada
 New Hampshire
 New Jersey
 New Mexico                                                           X
 New York
   New York excluding NYC
   New York City
 North Carolina
 North Dakota
 Ohio
 Oklahoma
 Oregon
 Pennsylvania
 Rhode Island
 South Carolina
 South Dakota                                                       X
 Tennessee                                                          X****
 Texas
 Utah
 Vermont
 Virginia
 Washington
 West Virginia
 Wisconsin
 Wyoming

 *    If gestational age is unknown, weight of 350 grams or more.
 **   If gestational age is unknown, weight of 500 grams or more.
 ***  If gestational age is unknown, weight of 400 grams or more, or
      crown-heel length of 28 centimeters or more.
 **** If weight is unknown, 22 completed weeks' gestation or more.
 *****If gestational age is unknown, weight of 400 or more grams, 15 or more
      ounces.


Technical Appendix 1985
 Mortality Technical Appendix
 Sources of Data

 Death and Fetal-Death Statistics

 Mortality statistics for 1985 are, as for all previous years except 1972,
 based on information from records of all deaths occurring in the United
 States.  Fetal-death statistics for every year are based on all reports of
 fetal death received by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

 The death-registration system and the fetal-death reporting system of the
 United States encompass the 50 States, the District of Columbia, New York
 City (which is independent of New York State for the purpose of death
 registration),Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa,and the
 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.  In the statistical tabulations of this
 publication,United States refers only to the aggregate of the 50 States
 (including New York City) and the District of Columbia.Tabulations for Guam,
 Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands are shown separately in this volume. No
 data have ever been included for American Samoa or the Trust Territory of the
 Pacific Islands.

 The Virgin Islands was admitted to the "registration area" for deaths in
 1924; Puerto Rico, in 1932; and Guam, in 1970.Tabulations of death statistics
 for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were regularly shown in the annual
 volumes of Vital Statistics of the United States from the year of their
 admission through 1971 except for the years 1967 through 1969, & tabulations
 for Guam were included for 1970 and 1971.Death statistics for Puerto Rico,
 the Virgin Islands, and Guam were not included in the 1972 volume but have
 been included in section 8 of the volumes for each of the years 1973-78 and
 in section 9 beginning with 1979.  Information for 1972 for these three areas
 was published in the respective annual vital statistics reports of the
 Department of Health of the Virgin Islands, and the Department of Public
 Health and Social Services of the Government of Guam.

 Procedures used by NCHS to collect death statistics have changed over the
 years.  Before 1971, tabulations of deaths and fetal deaths were based
 solely on information obtained by NCHS from copies of the original certifi-
 cates.The information from these copies was edited, coded, and tabulated.
 For 1960-70, all mortality information taken from these records was trans-
 ferred by NCHS to magnetic tape for computer processing.

 Beginning with 1971, an increasing number of States have provided NCHS with
 computer tapes of data coded according to NCHS specifications and provided
 to NCHS through the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program.  The year in which
 State-coded demographic data were first transmitted on computer tape to
 NCHS is shown below for each of the States, New York City, Puerto Rico, and
 the District of Columbia, all of which now furnish demographic or nonmedical
 data on tape.

    1971                                     1977
        Florida                                  Alaska
                                                 Idaho
    1972                                         Massachusetts
        Maine                                    New York City
        Missouri                                 Ohio
        New Hampshire                            Puerto Rico
        Rhode Island
        Vermont                              1978
                                                 Indiana
    1973                                         Utah
        Colorado                                 Washington
        Michigan
        New York (except New York City)      1979
                                                 Connecticut
    1974                                         Hawaii
        Illinois                                 Mississippi
        Iowa                                     New Jersey
        Kansas                                   Pennsylvania
        Montana                                  Wyoming
        Nebraska
        Oregon                               1980
        South Carolina                           Arkansas
                                                 New Mexico
    1975                                         South Dakota
        Louisiana
        Maryland                             1982
        North Carolina                           North Dakota
        Oklahoma
        Tennessee                            1985
        Virginia                                 Arizona
        Wisconsin                                California
                                                 Delaware
    1976                                         Georgia
        Alabama                                  District of Columbia
        Kentucky
        Minnesota
        Nevada
        Texas
        West Virginia

    For the Virgin Islands and Guam mortality statistics for 1985 are based
 on information obtained directly by NCHS from copies of the original
 certificates received from the registration offices.

    In 1974, States began coding medical (cause-of-death) data on computer
 tapes according to NCHS specifications.  The year in which State-coded
 medical data were first transmitted to NCHS is shown below for the 19 States
 now furnishing such data.

    1974                                     1980--Con.
        Iowa                                     Pennsylvania
        Michigan                                 South Carolina

    1975                                     1981
        Louisiana                                Maine
        Nebraska
        North Carolina                       1983
        Virginia                                 Minnesota
        Wisconsin
                                             1984
    1980                                         Maryland
        Colorado                                 New York State (except
        Kansas                                     New York City)
        Massachusetts                            Vermont
        Mississippi
        New Hampshire

     For 1985 and previous years except 1972, NCHS coded the medical
 information from copies of the original certificates received from the
 registration offices for all deaths occurring in those States that were not
 furnishing NCHS with medical data coded according to NCHS specifications.
 For 1981 and 1982, it was necessary to change these procedures because of a
 backlog in coding and processing that resulted from personnel and budgetary
 restrictions.To produce the mortality files on a timely basis with reduced
 resources, NCHS used State-coded underlying cause-of-death information
 supplied by 19 States for 50 percent of the records; for the other 50 percent
 of the records for these States as well as for 100 percent of the records for
 the remaining 21 registration areas, NCHS coded the medical information.

     Mortality statistics for 1972 were based on information obtained from a
 50-percent sample of death records instead of from all records as in other
 years.  The sample resulted from personnel and budgetary restrictions.
 Sampling variation associated with the 50-percent sample is described below
 in the section "Estimates of errors arising from 50-percent sample for 1972."

     Fetal-death data are obtained directly from copies of original reports
 of fetal deaths received by NCHS, except New York State (excluding New York
 City), which submitted State-coded data in 1985.  For Oklahoma in 1985, fetal
 death data were obtained partly from copies of original reports of fetal
 deaths received by NCHS, and partly from State-coded data (see section
 "Quality control procedures").Fetal-death data are not published by NCHS for
 the Virgin Islands and Guam.

 Standard Certificates and Reports

     The U.S. Standard Certificate of Death and the U.S. Standard Report of
 Fetal Death, issued by the Public Health Service, have served for many
 years as the principal means of attaining uniformity in the content of
 documents used to collect information on these events.They have been modified
 in each State to the extent required by the particular needs of the State or
 by special provisions of the State vital statistics law.  However, the
 certificates or reports of most States conform closely in content and
 arrangement to the standards.

     The first issue of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death appeared in
 1900. Since then, it has been revised periodically by the national vital
 statistics agency through consultation with State health officers and
 registrars; Federal agencies concerned with vital statistics; national,
 State, and county medical societies; and others working in such fields as
 public health, social welfare,demography, and insurance. This revision
 procedure has assured careful evaluation of each item in terms of its current
 and future usefulness for legal, medical and health, demographic,and research
 purposes.New items have been added when necessary; and old items have been
 modified to ensure better reporting, or in some cases have been dropped when
 their usefulness appeared to be limited.

     New revisions of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death and the U.S.
 Standard Report of Fetal Death were recommended for State use beginning
 January 1, 1978.The certificate of death is for use by a physician, a medical
 examiner, or a coroner.  Two other forms of the U.S. Standard Certificate
 of Death are available and are similar except that the section on
 certification is designed for the physician's signature on one, and for the
 medical examiner's or coroner's signature on the other.

     Among the changes in the new revision were the additions of (1) an item
 asking "If Hosp. or Inst., Indicate DOA, OP/Emer. Rm., Inpatient" and (2) an
 item "Was Decedent Ever in U.S. Armed Forces?"  The latter item was
 previously on the certificate but was deleted from 1968 through 1977.An item
 on whether autopsy findings were considered for determining cause of death
 was dropped.

 History

     The first death statistics published by the Federal Government concerned
 events in 1850 and were based on statistics collected during the decennial
 census of that year.  In 1880 a national "registration area" was created for
 deaths.  Originally consisting of two States (Massachusetts and New Jersey),
 the District of Columbia, and several large cities having efficient systems
 for death registrations the death-registration area continued to expand until
 1933, when it included the entire United States for the first time.  Tables
 that show data for death-registration States include the District of
 Columbia for all years; registration cities in nonregistration States are not
 included.For more details on the history of the death-registration area see
 the Technical Appendix in Vital Statistics of the United States, 1979, Volume
 II, Mortality, Part A, Section 7, pages 3-4, and the section "History and
 Organization of the Vital Statistics System," chapter 1, Vital Statistics of
 the United States, 1950, Volume I, pages 2-19.

     Statistics on fetal deaths were first published for the
 birth-registration  area in 1918, and then every year beginning with 1922.

 Classification of Data

  General Information

     The principal value of vital statistics data is realized through the
 presentation of rates, which are computed by relating the vital events of a
 class to the population of a similarly defined class.  Vital statistics and
 population statistics must therefore be classified according to similarly
 defined systems and tabulated in comparable groups.  Even when the variables
 common to both, such as geographic area, age, sex, and race, have been
 similarly classified and tabulated, differences between the enumeration
 method of obtaining population data and the registration method of obtaining
 vital statistics data may result in significant discrepancies.

     The general rules used in the classification of geographic and personal
 items for deaths and fetal deaths for 1985 are set forth in two instruction
 manuals (NCHS, 1985a, 1985b).

     A discussion of the classification of certain important items is
 presented on next page.

 Classification by Occurrence and Residence

     Tabulations for the United States and specified geographic areas in this
 report are by place of residence unless stated as by place of occurrence.
 Before 1970, resident mortality statistics for the United States included
 all deaths occurring in the U.S., with deaths of "nonresidents of the
 United States" assigned to place of death.  "Deaths of nonresidents of the
 United States" refers to deaths that occur in the United States of
 nonresident aliens, nations residing abroad, and residents of Puerto Rico,
 the Virgin Islands, Guam, and other territories of the United States.
 Beginning with 1970, deaths of nonresidents of the United States are not
 included in tables by place of residence.

     Tables by place of occurrence, on the other hand, include deaths of both
 residents and nonresidents of the United States.  Consequently, for each
 year beginning with 1970, the total number of deaths in the United States by
 place of occurrence was somewhat greater than the total by place of residence
 For 1985 this difference amounted to 2,938 deaths.  Mortality statistics by
 place of occurrence are shown in tables 1-10, 1-18, 1-19, 1-28, 1-29, 3-1,
 3-8, 8-1, and 8-7.

     Before 1970, except for 1964 and 1965, deaths of nonresidents of the
 United States occurring in the United States were treated as deaths of
 residents of the exact place of occurrence, which in most instances was an
 urban area. In 1964 and 1965, deaths of nonresidents of the United States
 occurring in the United States were allocated as deaths of residents of the
 balance of the county in which they occurred.

     Residence error--Results of a 1960 study showed that the classification
 of residence information on the death certificates corresponded closely to
 the residence classification of the census records for the decedents whose
 records were matched (NCHS, 1969).

     A comparison of the results of this study of deaths with those for a
 previous matched record study of births (National Vital Statistics Division,
 1962) showed that the quality of residence data had considerably improved
 between 1950 and 1960.  Both studies found that events in urban areas were
 overstated by the NCHS classification in comparison with the U.S. Bureau of
 the Census classification. The magnitude of the difference was substantially
 less for deaths in 1960 than it was for births in 1950.

     The improvement is attributed to an item added in 1956 to the U.S.
 Standard Certificates of Birth and of Death, asking if residence was inside
 or outside city limits.  This new item aided in properly allocating the
 residence of persons living near cities but outside the corporate limits.

 Geographic Classification

     The rules followed in the classification of geographic areas for deaths
 and fetal deaths are contained in the two instruction manuals referred to
 previously (NCHS, 1985a, 1985b).

     The geographic codes assigned by the National Center for Health
 Statistics during data reduction of course information on birth, death, and
 fetal-death records are given in another instruction manual (NCHS, 1985c).
 Beginning with 1982 data, the geographic codes were modified to reflect
 results of the 1980 census. For 1970-81, codes are based on results of the
 1970 census.

     Standard metropolitan statistical areas--The standard metropolitan
 statistical areas (SMSA's) used in this report are those established by the
 U.S. Office of Management and Budget (1981a, pp. 1-20) from final 1980
 census population counts and used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, except
 in the New England States.

     Except in the New England States, an SMSA is a county or a group of
 contiguous counties containing a city of 50,000 inhabitants or more or an
 urbanized area of 50,000 with a total metropolitan population of at least
 100,000.  In addition to the county or counties containing such a city or
 urbanized area, contiguous counties are included in an SMSA if, according to
 specified criteria, they are essentially metropolitan in character and are
 socially and economically integrated with the central city or urbanized area
 (U.S. Office of Management and Budget, 1981b, p. 420).

     In the New England States, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget uses
 towns and cities rather than counties as geographic components of SMSA's.
 The National Center for Health Statistics cannot, however, use the SMSA
 classification for these States because its data are not coded to identify
 all towns.  Instead, NCHS uses New England County Metropolitan Areas (NECMA).
 Made up of county units, these areas are established by the U.S. Office of
 Management and Budget (1975, pp. 89-90; 1981b, p. 420).

     Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties--Independent cities and
 counties included in SMSA's or in NECMA's are included in data for metropo-
 litan counties, all other counties are classified as nonmetropolitan.

     Population-size groups--Vital statistics data for cities and certain
 other urban places in 1985 are classified according to the population
 enumerated in the 1980 Census of Population.  Data are available for
 individual cities and other urban places of 10,000 or more population.
 Data for the remaining areas not separately identified are shown in tables
 under the heading "balance of area" or "balance of county."  For the years
 1970-81, classification of areas was determined by the population enumerated
 in the 1970 Census of Population. Beginning with 1982 data, as a result of
 changes in the enumerated population between 1970 and 1980, some urban places
 identified in previous reports are no longer included, and a number of other
 urban places have been added.

     Urban places other than incorporated cities for which vital statistics
 data are shown in this report include the following:

     o  Each town in New England, New York, and Wisconsin and each township
 in Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania that had no incorporated
 municipality as a subdivision and had either 25,000 inhabitants or
 more,or a population of 10,000 to 25,000 and a density of 1,000 persons or
 more per square mile.
     o  Each county in States other than those indicated above that had no
 incorporated municipality within its boundary and had a density of
 1,000 persons or more per square mile.  (Arlington County, Virginia, is the
 only county classified as urban under this rule.)
     o  Each place in Hawaii with 10,000 or more population, as there are no
 incorporated cities in the State.

     Before 1964, places were classified as "urban" or "rural."  The
 Technical Appendixes for earlier years discuss the previous classification
 system.

 State or County of Birth

     Mortality statistics by State or country of birth (table 1-32) became
 available beginning with 1979.  State or country of birth of a decedent is
 assigned to 1 of the 50 States or the District of Columbia; or to Puerto
 Rico, the Virgin Islands, or Guam--if specified on the death certificate.
 The place of birth is also tabulated for Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and for the
 Remainder of the World. Deaths for which information on State or country of
 birth was unknown, not stated, or not classifiable accounted for a small
 proportion of all deaths in 1985, about 0.6 percent.

     Early mortality reports published by the U.S. Bureau of the Census
 contained tables showing nativity of parents as well as nativity of
 decedent. Publication of these tables was discontinued in 1933. Mortality
 data showing nativity of decedent were again published in annual reports for
 1939-41 and for 1950.

 Age

     The age recorded on the death record is the age at last birthday.  With
 respect to the computation of death rates, the age classification used by
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census is also based on the age of the person in
 completed years.

     For computation of age-specific and age-adjusted death rates, deaths
 with age not stated are excluded. For life table computation, deaths with age
 not stated are distributed proportionately.

 Race

     For vital statistics in the United States in 1985, deaths are
 classified by race--white, black, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Other
 Asian or Pacific Islander, and other races. Mortality data for Filipino and
 Other Asian or Pacific Islander were shown for the first time in 1979.

     The white category includes, in addition to persons reported as white,
 those reported as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and all other Caucasians.
 The Indian category includes American, Alaskan, Canadian, Eskimo, and Aleut.
 If the racial entry on the death certificate indicates a mixture of Hawaiian
 and any other race, the entry is coded to Hawaiian. If the race is given as a
 mixture of white and any other race, the entry is coded to the appropriate
 other race.  If a mixture of races other than white is given (except
 Hawaiian),the entry is coded to the first race listed. This procedure for
 coding the first race listed has been in use since 1969.  Before 1969, if the
 entry for race was a mixture of black and any other race except Hawaiian, the
 entry was coded to black.

     Most of the tables in this report, however, do not show data for this
 detailed classification by race.  In about half of all the tables the
 divisions are white, all other (including black), and black separately.
 In other tables by race, where the main purpose is to isolate the major
 groups, the classifications are simply white and all other.

     Race not stated--For 1985 the number of death records for which race was
 unknown, not stated, or not classifiable was 3,488, or less than 0.2
 percent of the total deaths. Death records with race entry not stated are
 assigned to a racial designation as follows: If the preceding record is coded
 white, the code assignment is made to white; if the code is other than white,
 the assignment is made to black.Before 1964 all records with race not stated
 were assigned to white except records of residents of New Jersey for 1962-64.

     New Jersey, 1962-64--New Jersey omitted the race item from its
 certificates of live birth, death, and fetal death in use in the beginning
 of 1962.The item was restored during the latter part of 1962.The item was
 restored during the latter part of 1962.However, the certificate revision
 without the race item was used for most of 1962 as well as 1963. Therefore
 figures by race for 1962 and 1963 exclude New Jersey.For 1964, 6.8 percent
 of the death records in use for residents of New Jersey did not contain the
 race item.

     Adjustments made in vital statistics to take into account the omission
 of the race item in New Jersey for part of the certificates filed during 1962
 through 1964 are described in the Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of
 the United States for each of those data years.

 Hispanic Origin

     Mortality statistics for the Hispanic-origin population were published
 in 1984 for the first time.  They are based on information for those States
 and the District of Columbia that included items on the death certificate to
 identify Hispanic or ethnic origin of decedents.  Data were obtained from
 the District of Columbia and the following 22 States:  Arizona, Arkansas,
 California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine,
 Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York (including
 New York City), North Dakota, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
 Generally, the reporting States used items similar to one of two basic
 formats recommended by NCHS.  The first format is open-ended to obtain the
 specific origin or descent of the decedent (for example, Italian, Mexican,
 Puerto Rican, English, and Cuban).  The second format is directed specifi-
 cally oward the Hispanic population and asks whether the decedent is of
 Spanish origin.If so, the specific origin--for example, Mexican,Puerto Rican,
 or Cuban--is to be indicated.

     For 1985, mortality data in tables 1-33 and 2-15 are based on deaths to
 residents of all 22 reporting States and the District of Columbia.  In
 tables 1-34, 2-19, 2-20, and 2-21 mortality data for the Hispanic-origin
 population are based on deaths to residents of 17 reporting States and the
 District of Columbia whose data were at least 90 percent complete and consi-
 dered to be sufficiently comparable to be used for analysis.The 17 States are
 as follows:Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii,Illinois,
 Indiana,Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York (including New York City),
 North Dakota, Ohio, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.  Excluded from these tables are
 data for New Mexico because the format for the Hispanic item on New Mexico
 death certificate departs sufficiently from that of other areas to result in
 noncomparable data.  In addition, in tables 1-33 and 1-34 for New Mexico, no
 deaths are shown for the category "not stated" origin.  Because of the way
 in which the item on death certificate for New Mexico is worded, it was not
 possible to determine whether a blank entry represented a response of
 "non-Hispanic origin" or of "unknown origin."  Accordingly, blank entries
 were coded to "non-Hispanic."  The data for four other States--Maine, Nevada,
 New Jersey, and Tennessee--are excluded from tables 1-34, 2-19,2-20, and 2-21
 because of the large proportion of deaths (in excess of 10 percent) occurring
 in these States for which Hispanic origin was not stated or was unknown.

     In 1980, the 17 reporting States and the District of Columbia accounted
 for about 77 percent of the Hispanic population in United States,including
 about 89 percent of the Mexican population, 66 percent of the Puerto Rican
 population, 24 percent of the Cuban population, and 63 percent of the "Other
 Hispanic" population (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1982b).  Accordingly,
 caution should be exercised in generalizing mortality patterns from the
 reporting area to the Hispanic-origin population (especially Cubans) of the
 entire United States. For qualifications regarding infant mortality of the
 Hispanic-origin population, see "Infant deaths."

 Marital Status

     Mortality statistics by marital status (table 1-31) were published in
 1979 for the first time since 1961.  (Previously they had been published in
 the annual reports for the years 1949-51 and 1959-61.)  Several reports
 analyzing mortality by marital status have been published,including the
 special study based on 1959-61 data (NCHS, 1970).Reference to earlier reports
 is given in the appendix of part B of the 1959-61 special study.

     Mortality statistics by marital status are tabulated separately for
 never married, married, widowed, and divorced.  Certificates in which the
 marriage is specified as being annulled are classified as never married.
 Where marital status is specified as separated or common-law marriage, it is
 classified as married. Of the 2,029,261 resident deaths 15 years of age and
 over in 1985, 9,692 certificates (0.5 percent) had marital status not stated.

 Place of Death and Status of Decedent

     Mortality statistics by place of death were published in 1979 for the
 first time since 1958 (tables 1-28 and 1-29).In addition, mortality data
 were also available for the first time in 1979 for the status of decedent
 when death occurred in a hospital or medical center (table 1-28).These data
 were obtained from the following two items that appear on the U.S. Standard
 Certificate of Death:

     o  Item 7c. Hospital or Other Institution--Name (If not in either, give
        street and number)
     o  Item 7d. If Hosp. or Inst. Indicate DOA, OP/Emer. Rm., Inpatient
        (Specify)

     All of the States and the District of Columbia have item 7c (or its
 equivalent) on the death certificate.  For all States and the District of
 Columbia in the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program, NCHS accepts the State
 definition, classification, or codes for hospitals, medical centers, or
 other institutions.

     Table 1-28 shows mortality data for the total of the following 43 States
 (including New York City) that have item 7d or its equivalent on their death
 certificates:

          Alaska                             Nevada
          Arizona                            New Hampshire
          Arkansas                           New Jersey
          Colorado                           New Mexico
          Connecticut                        New York
          Florida                            North Carolina
          Georgia                            North Dakota
          Hawaii                             Ohio
          Idaho                              Oregon
          Illinois                           Pennsylvania
          Indiana                            Rhode Island
          Iowa                               South Carolina
          Kansas                             South Dakota
          Kentucky                           Tennessee
          Louisiana                          Utah
          Maine                              Vermont
          Michigan                           Virginia
          Mississippi                        Washington
          Missouri                           West Virginia
          Montana                            Wisconsin
          Nebraska                           Wyoming

     Effective with data for 1980, the coding of place of death and status of
 decedent was changed.  A new coding category was added:  "Dead on
 arrival--hospital, clinic, medical center name not given."  Deaths coded to
 this category are tabulated in table 1-28 as "Dead on arrival" and in table
 1-29 as "Not in hospital or medical center."  Had the 1979 coding categories
 been used, these deaths would have been tabulated as "Place unknown."

 Mortality by Month and Date of Death

     Deaths by month have been regularly tabulated and published in the
 annual report for each year beginning with data year 1900. For 1985,
 deaths by month are shown in tables 1-19, 1-20, 1-23, 1-30, 2-12, 2-13, 2-14,
 and 3-9.

     Date of death was first published for data year 1972.  In addition,
 unpublished data for selected causes by date of death for 1962 are available
 from NCHS.

     Numbers of deaths by date of death in this report are shown in table
 1-30 for the total number of deaths and for the number of deaths for the
 following three causes, for which the greatest interest in date of occurrence
 of death has been expressed: Motor vehicle accidents, Suicide, and Homicide
 and legal intervention.

     These data show the frequency distribution of deaths for the selected
 causes by day of week.  They also make it possible to identify holidays with
 peak numbers of deaths from specified causes.
4Report of Autopsy

     Before 1972, the last year for which autopsy data were tabulated was
 1958. Beginning in 1972, all registration areas requested information on the
 death certificate as to whether autopsies were performed.For 1985, autopsies
 were reported on 258,596 death certificates, 12.4 percent of the total (table
 1-27).

     Information as to whether the autopsy findings were used in determining
 the causes of death was tabulated for 1972-73 for all but nine registration
 areas and from 1974-77 for all but eight registration areas.The item "autopsy
 findings used" was deleted from the 1978 U.S. Standard Certificate of Death.

     For eight of the cause-of-death categories shown in table 1-27,
 autopsies were reported as performed for 50 percent or more of all deaths
 (Meningococcal infection; Measles; Pregnancy with abortive outcome; Other
 complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium; Motor vehicle
 accidents; Suicide; Homicide and legal intervention; and All other external
 causes). There were four other categories for which 40 percent or more of
 the death certificates reported autopsies.Autopsies were reported for only
 7.9 percent of the Major cardiovascular diseases.

 Cause of Death

     Cause-of-death classification--Since 1949, cause-of-death statistics
 have been based on the underlying cause of death, which is defined as "(a)
 the disease or injury which initiated the train of events leading directly
 to death, or (b) the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced
 the fatal injury" (World Health Organization, 1977).

     For each death the underlying cause is selected from an array of
 conditions reported in the medical certification section on the death
 certificate.This section provides a format for entering the causes of death
 in a sequential order.These conditions are translated into medical codes
 through use of the classification structure and selection and modification
 rules contained in applicable revision of the International Classification
 of Diseases (ICD) published by the World Health Organization (WHO).Selection
 rules provide guidance for systematically identifying the underlying cause of
 death. Modification rules are intended to improve the usefulness of mortality
 statistics by giving preference to certain classification categories over
 others and/or to consolidate two or more conditions on the certificate into
 a single classification category.

     As a statistical datum, the underlying cause of death is a simple,
 one-dimensional statistic; it is conceptually easy to understand and a
 well-accepted measure of mortality.  It identifies the initiating cause of
 death and is therefore most useful to public health officials in developing
 measures to prevent the start of the chain of events leading to death.  The
 rules for selecting the underlying cause of death are included with the ICD
 as a means of standardizing classification, which contributes toward
 comparability and uniformity in mortality medical statistics among countries.

     Beginning with data year 1979, the cause-of-death statistics published
 by the National Center for Health Statistics have been classified according
 to the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9)
 (World Health Organization, 1977).  In addition to specifying that the
 Classification be used, WHO also recommends how the data should be tabulated
 in order to promote international comparability.The recommended system for
 tabulating data in the Ninth Revision allows countries to construct their own
 mortality and morbidity tabulation lists from the rubrics of the WHO Basic
 Tabulation List as long as rubrics from WHO mortality and morbidity lists,
 respectively, are included.  This tabulation system for the Ninth Revision
 is more flexible than the Eighth Revision in which specific lists were
 recommended for tabulating mortality and morbidity data.

     The Basic Tabulation List (BTL) recommended under the Ninth Revision
 consists of 57 two-digit rubrics that add to the "all causes" total. Within
 each two-digit rubric, up to 9 three-digit rubrics numbered from 0 to 8 are
 identified, but these do not add to the total of the two-digit rubric.  The
 two-digit rubrics of the BTL 01 through 46 provide for the tabulation of
 nonviolent deaths to ICD categories 001-799.  Rubrics relating to chapter 17
 (nature-of-injury causes 47 through 56) are not used by NCHS for selecting
 underlying cause of death; rather, preference is given to rubrics E47
 through E56.The 57th two-digit rubric VO is the Supplementary Classification
 of Factors Influencing Health Status and Contact with Health Services and is
 not appropriate for the tabulation of mortality data.The WHO Mortality-List,
 a subset of the titles contained in the BTL, consists of 50 rubrics which are
 a minimum for the national display of mortality data.

     Five lists of causes have been developed for tabulation and publication
 of mortality data in this volume:  The Each-Cause List, List of 282 Selected
 Causes of Death, List of 72 Selected Causes of Death, List of 61 Selected
 Causes of Infant Death, and List of 34 Selected Causes of Death.  These
 lists were designed to be as comparable as possible with the NCHS lists more
 recently in use under the Eighth Revision.However, complete comparability
 could not always be achieved.

     The Each-Cause List is made up of each three-digit category of the WHO
 Detailed List to which deaths may be validly assigned and most four-digit
 subcategories.  The list is used for tabulation for the entire United
 States. The published Each-Cause table does not show the four-digit subca-
 tegories provided for Motor vehicle accidents (E810-E825); however, these
 subcategories,which identify persons injured, are shown in accident tables
 of this report (section 5).Special fifth-digit subcategories are also used in
 the accident tables to identify place of accident when deaths from nontran-
 sport accidents are shown.  These are not shown in the Each-Cause table.

     The List of 282 Selected Causes of Death is constructed from BTL rubrics
 01-46 and E47-E56.  Each of the 56 BTL two-digit titles can be obtained
 either directly or by combining titles in the List.The three-digit level of
 the BTL is modified more extensively.  Where more detail was desired,
 categories not shown in the three-digit rubrics were added to the List of 282
 Selected Causes of Death. Where less detail was needed, the three-digit
 rubrics were combined. Moreover, each of the 50 rubrics of the WHO Mortality
 List can be obtained from the List of 282 Selected Cases of Death.

     The List of 72 Selected Causes of Death was constructed by combining
 titles in the List of 282 Selected Causes of Death.It is used in tables
 published for the United States and each State, and for standard metropolitan
 statistical areas.

     The List of 61 Selected Causes of Infant Death shows more detailed
 titles for Congenital anomalies and Certain conditions originating in the
 perinatal period than any other list except the Each-Cause List.

     The List of 34 Selected Causes of Death was created by combining titles
 in the List of 72 Selected Causes.  A table using this list is published for
 detailed geographic areas.

     Effect of list revisions--The International Lists or adaptations of
 them, in use in this country since 1900, have been revised approximately
 every 10 years so that the disease classification may be consistent with
 advances in medical science and with changes in diagnostic practice.
 Each revision of the International Lists has produced some break in
 comparability of cause-of-death statistics.  Cause-of-death statistics
 beginning with 1979 are classified by NCHS according to the ICD-9 (World
 Health Organization, 1977).  For a discussion of each of the classifications
 used with death statistics since 1900, see the Technical Appendix in Vital
 Statistics of the United States, 1979, Volume II, Mortality, Part A, section
 7, pages 9-14.

     A dual coding study was undertaken between the Ninth and the Eighth
 Revisions to measure the extent of discontinuity in cause-of-death
 statistics resulting from introducing the new Revision.An initial study for
 the List of 72 Selected Causes of Death and the List of 10 Selected Causes of
 Infant Death has been published (NCHS, 1980).  The List of 10 Selected Causes
 of Infant Death, a basic NCHS tabulation list, is not used in this volume.
 Comparability studies were also undertaken between the Eighth and Seventh,
 Seventh and Sixth, and Sixth and Fifth Revisions.  For additional
 information about these studies, again see the 1979 Technical Appendix.

     Significant coding changes during the Ninth Revision--Since the
 implementation of ICD-9 in the United States, effective with mortality data
 for 1979, several coding changes have been introduced.  The more important
 changes will be discussed below.  In early 1983, a change was made in the
 coding of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome(AIDS) and Human immunodeficiency
 (HIV) infection, which affected data from 1981 onward.Also effective with
 data year 1981 was a coding change for poliomyelitis.For data year 1982, a
 change was made in the definition of child (which affects the classification
 of deaths to a number of categories, including Child battering and other
 maltreatment), and in guidelines for coding deaths to the category Child
 battering and other maltreatment (ICD No. E967).Detailed discussion of these
 changes may be found in the technical appendix for previous volumes.

     Coding in 1985--The rules for coding the 1985 mortality medical data
 remained essentially the same as in the previous year.  However, during the
 calendar year 1985 detailed instructions for coding motor vehicle accidents
 involving all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) were implemented by NCHS and State
 medical coders in order to ensure consistency in coding these accidents.
 The instructions specify that accidents involving ATV's are to be coded to
 Nontraffic accident involving other off-road motor vehicle (ICD-9 No. E821)
 unless "on road use" is clearly specified.  If "on road use" is specified,
 then ATV's are to be coded to the appropriate category for traffic accidents
 (ICD-9 Nos. E810-E819).  Previously, there were no specific instructions for
 coding these accidents.

     Medical certification--The use of a standard classification list,
 although essential for State, regional, and international comparison, does
 not assure strict comparability of the tabulated figures.A high degree of
 comparability between areas could be attained only if all records of cause of
 death were reported with equal accuracy and completeness. The medical certi-
 fication of cause of death can be made only by a qualified person, usually
 a physician, a medical examiner, or a coroner. Therefore, the reliability and
 accuracy of cause-of-death statistics are, to a large extent, governed by the
 ability of the certifier to make the proper diagnosis and by the care with
 which he or she records this information on the death certificate.

     A number of studies have been undertaken on the quality of medical
 certification on the death certificate.  In general, these have been for
 relatively small samples and for limited geographic areas.  A bibliography,
 prepared by NCHS (1982), covering 128 references over a period of 23 years
 indicates that no definitive conclusions have been reached about the quality
 of medical certification on the death certificate.  No country has a
 well-defined program for systematically assessing the quality of medical
 certifications reported on death certificates or for measuring the error
 effects on the levels and trends of cause-of-death statistics.

     One index of the quality of reporting causes of death is the proportion
 of death certificates coded to the Ninth Revision Chapter XVI Symptoms,signs,
 and ill-defined conditions (ICD-9 Nos. 780-799). Although there are cases for
 which it is not possible to determine the cause of death, this proportion
 indicates the care and consideration given to the certification by the
 medical certifier.It may also be used as a rough measure of the specificity
 of the medical diagnoses made by the certifier in various areas.In 1985, 1.5
 percent of all reported deaths in the United States were assigned to ill-
 defined or unknown causes.However, this percentage varied among the States,
 from 0.3 percent to 6.1 percent.

     Automated selection of underlying cause of death--Beginning with data
 year 1968, NCHS began using a computer system for assigning the underlying
 cause of death.It has been used every year since to select the underlying
 cause of death. The system is called "Automated Classification of Medical
 Entities" (ACME).

     The ACME system applies the same rules for selecting the underlying
 cause as applied manually by a nosologist; however, under this system, the
 computer consistently applies the same criteria, thus eliminating intercoder
 variation in this step of the process.

     The ACME computer program requires the coding of all conditions shown on
 the medical certification.  These codes are matched automatically against
 decision tables that consistently select the underlying cause of death for
 each record according to the international rules. The decision tables provide
 the comprehensive relationships between the conditions classified by ICD when
 applying the rules of selection and modification.

     The decision tables were developed by NCHS staff on the basis of their
 experience in coding underlying causes of death under the earlier manual
 coding system and as a result of periodic independent validations. These
 tables are periodically updated to reflect additional new information on
 the relationship among medical conditions. For 1985, the content of these
 tables was identical to that in the 1984 table. Coding procedures for
 selecting the underlying cause of death by the ACME computer program,
 as well as the ACME decision tables, are documented in NCHS instruction
 manuals (NCHS, 1984a, 1984b, 1984c).

     Cause-of-death ranking--Cause-of-death ranking (except for infants) is
 based on the List of 72 Selected Causes of Death.  Cause-of-death ranking
 for infants is based on the List of 61 Selected Causes of Infant Death.The
 group titles Major cardiovascular diseases and Symptoms, signs, and ill-
 defined conditions are not ranked from the List of 72 Selected Causes; and
 Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period and Symptoms, signs,
 and ill-defined conditions are not ranked from the List of 61 Selected Causes
 of Infant Death.  In addition, category titles that begin with the words
 "Other" or "All other" are not ranked to determine the leading causes of
 death.  When one of the titles that represents a subtotal is ranked (such
 as Tuberculosis),its component parts (in this case, Tuberculosis of
 respiratory system and Other tuberculosis) are not ranked.

 Maternal Deaths

     Maternal deaths are those for which the certifying physician has
 designated a maternal condition as the underlying cause of death.Maternal
 conditions are those assigned to Complications of pregnancy, childbirth,
 and the puerperium (ICD-9 Nos. 630-676).In the Ninth Revision, the World
 Health Organization (1977, p. 764) for the first time defined a maternal
 death as follows:

     A maternal death is defined as the death of a woman while pregnant or
     within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration
     and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated
     by the pregnancy or its management but not from accidental or incidental
     causes.

     Under the Eighth Revision, maternal deaths were assigned to category
 title "Complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium" (ICDA-8
 Nos. 630-678).Although WHO did not define maternalmortality,there was an NCHS
 classification rule that limited a maternal death to a death within a year
 after termination of pregnancy from any "maternal cause," that is, any cause
 within the range of ICDA- Nos. 630-678.  This rule applied only if a
 duration of time for the condition was given.  If no duration was specified
 and the underlying cause of death was a maternal condition, then the duration
 was assumed to be within a year and the death was coded by NCHS as a maternal
 death.  The change from an under-1-year limitation on duration used in the
 Eighth Revision to an under-42-days limitation used in the Ninth Revision is
 not expected to have much effect on the comparability of maternal mortality
 statistics.  However, comparability is affected by the following
 classification change. Under the Ninth Revision, maternal causes have been
 expanded to include Indirect obstetric causes (ICD-9 Nos. 647-648).These
 causes include Infective and parasitic conditions, other current conditions
 in the mother that are classifiable elsewhere but which complicate pregnancy,
 childbirth, and the puerperium, such as Syphilis, Tuberculosis, Diabetes
 mellitus, Drug dependence, and Congenital cardiovascular disorders.

     Maternal mortality rates are computed on the basis of the number of live
 births.  The maternal mortality rate indicates the likelihood that a
 pregnant woman will die from maternal causes.The number of live births used
 in the denominator is an approximation of the population of pregnant women
 who are at risk of a maternal death.

 Infant Deaths

     Age--An infant death is defined as a death under 1 year of age.  The
 term excludes fetal deaths.  Infant deaths are usually divided into two
 categories according to age, neonatal and postneonatal.Neonatal deaths are
 those that occur during the first 27 days of life, and postneonatal deaths
 are those that occur between 28 days and 1 year of age.It has generally been
 believed that different factors influencing the child's survival predominate
 in these two periods:Factors associated with prenatal development, heredity,
 and the birth process were considered dominant in the neonatal period; and
 environmental factors, such as nutrition, hygiene, and accidents, were
 considered more important in the postneonatal period.  Recently, however,
 the distinction between these two periods has blurred due in part to advances
 in neonatology, which have enabled more very small, premature infants to
 survive the neonatal period.

     Rates--Infant mortality rates shown in section 2 and section 8 are the
 most commonly used index for measuring the risk of dying during the first
 year of life;they are calculated by dividing the number of infant deaths in a
 calendar year by the number of live births registered for the same period and
 are presented as rates per 1,000 or per 100,000 live births. Infant mortality
 rates use the number of live births in the denominator to approximate the
 population at risk of dying before the first birthday.  This measure is an
 approximation of the risk of dying in infancy because some of the live
 births will not have been exposed to a full year's risk of dying and some of
 the infants that die during a year will have been born in the previous year.
 The error introduced in the infant mortality rate by this inexactness is
 usually small, especially when the birth rate is relatively constant from
 year to year (Guralnick and Winter, 1965; NCHS, 1968a).Other sources of error
 in the infant mortality rate have been attributed to differences in applying
 the definitions for infant death and fetal death when registering the event
 (McCarthy, et al., 1980; National Office of Vital Statistics, 1947).

     In contrast to infant mortality rates based on live births, infant death
 rates shown in section 1 are based on the estimated population under 1 year
 of age.Infant death rates, which appear in tabulations of age-specific death
 rates, are calculated by dividing the number of infant deaths in a calendar
 year by the estimated midyear population of persons under 1 year of age and
 are presented as rates per 100,000 population in this age group.Patterns and
 trends in the infant death rate may differ somewhat from those of the more
 commonly used "infant mortality rate" mainly because of differences in the
 nature of the denominator and in the time reference period.  Whereas the
 population denominator for the infant death rate is estimated using data on
 births, infant deaths, and migration for the 12-month period of July through
 June, the denominator for the infant mortality rate is a count of births
 occurring during the 12 months of January through December.  The difference
 in the time reference period can result in different trends between the two
 indices during periods when birth rates are moving up or down markedly.

     In addition, the infant death rate is also subject to greater
 imprecision than is the infant mortality rate because of problems of
 enumerating and estimating the population under 1 year of age (National
 Office of Vital Statistics, 1947).

     Race--Infant mortality rates for specified races other than white or
 black may be underestimated, based on results of studies in which race on the
 birth and death certificates for the same infant were compared(Frost and Shy,
 1980). The figures should be interpreted with caution because of possible
 inconsistencies in reporting of race between the numerator and denominator
 of the rates. This reflects differences in the nature of reporting and
 processing race on these two vital records.On the birth certificate, race of
 parents is reported by the mother at the time of delivery.On the death
 certificate, race of the deceased infant is reported by the funeral director
 based on observation or on information supplied by an informant, such as a
 parent. With respect to processing, race of infant at birth is coded using
 coding rules that take account of the race of each parent (see the Technical
 Appendix in Vital Statistics of the United States, 1985, Volume I, Natality,
 section entitled Race or national origin).For infant deaths,the race of child
 is coded directly from the race reported on the death certificate.

     Hispanic origin--Infant mortality rates for the Hispanic-origin
 population are based on numbers of resident infant deaths reported to be of
 Hispanic origin (see section "Hispanic origin") and numbers of resident live
 births by Hispanic origin of mother for the 17 reporting States and the
 District of Columbia.In computing infant mortality rates, deaths and live
 births of unknown origin are not distributed among the specified Hispanic and
 non-Hispanic groups.  Because for 1985 the percent of deaths of unknown
 origin was 7.5 percent and the percent of live births of unknown origin was
 2.7 percent, infant mortality rates by Hispanic origin may be somewhat
 underestimated.

     Small numbers of infant deaths for specific Hispanic-origin groups can
 result in infant mortality rates subject to relatively large random
 variation (see section "Random variation in numbers of deaths, death rates,
 and mortality rates and ratios").

     Tabulation list--Causes of death for infants are tabulated according to
 a list of causes that is different from the list of causes for the population
 of all ages, except for the Each Cause List.  (See section "Causes-of-death
 classification.")

 Fetal Deaths

     In May 1950 the World Health Organization recommended the following
 definition of fetal death be adopted for international use (National Office
 of Vital Statistics, 1950):

     Death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of
 a product of conception, irrespective of the duration of pregnancy; the
 death is indicated by the fact that after such separation, the fetus does
 not breathe or show any other evidence of life such as beating of the heart,
 pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite movement of voluntary
 muscles.

     The term "fetal death" was defined on an all-inclusive basis to end
 confusion arising from use of such terms as stillbirth, abortion, and
 miscarriage.

     Shortly thereafter, this definition of fetal death was adopted by the
 National Center for Health Statistics as the nationally recommended
 standard. Currently all registration areas except Puerto Rico have
 definitions similar to the standard definition. Puerto Rico has no formal
 definition.  (For definitions used by the States and registration areas,
 see NCHS (1981).)

     As another step toward increasing the comparability of data on fetal
 deaths for different countries, the World Health Organization recommended
 that for statistical purposes fetal deaths be classified as early,
 intermediate, and late.  These groups are defined as follows:

    Less than 20 completed weeks of gestation
      (early fetal deaths) ...................................... Group I

    20 completed weeks of gestation but less
      than 28 (intermediate fetal deaths)........................ Group II

    28 completed weeks of gestation and over
      (late fetal deaths) ....................................... Group III

    Gestation period not classifiable in
      Groups I, II, and III ..................................... Group IV

 Note that in table 3-13, Group IV consists of fetal deaths with gestation
 not stated but presumed to be 20 weeks or more gestation.

     Until 1939 the nationally recommended procedure for registration of a
 fetal death required the filing of both a live-bith and a death certificate.
 In 1939 a separate Standard Certificate of Stillbirth (fetal death) was
 created to replace the former procedure.This was revised in 1949, 1955, 1956,
 and 1968. In 1978 the Standard Certificate of Fetal Death was replaced by the
 Standard Report of Fetal Death (figure 7-B).

     The 1977 revision of the Model State Vital Statistics Act and Model
 State Vital Statistics Regulations (NCHS, 1978) recommended that spontaneous
 fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation, or a weight of 350 grams or more,
 and all induced terminations of pregnancy regardless of gestational age be
 reported and further that they be reported on separate forms. These forms are
 to be considered legally required statistical reports rather than legal
 documents.

     Beginning with 1970 fetal deaths, procedures were implemented that
 attempted to separate reports of spontaneous fetal deaths from those of
 induced terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures were implemented because
 the health implications are different for spontaneous fetal deathsand induced
 terminations of pregnancy.  These procedures are still in use.
     Comparability and completeness of data--Registration area requirements
 for reporting fetal deaths vary.  Most of these areas require reporting
 fetal deaths of gestations of 20 weeks or more. Table A (See following
 Sections 15-22) shows the minimum period of gestation required by
 each State for fetal-death reporting.  There is substantial evidence
 that not all fetal deaths for which reporting is required are reported
 (Erhardt, 962).

     For registration areas not requiring the reporting of fetal deaths of
 all periods of gestation, underreporting is more likely to occur in the
 earlier gestational periods.  This is illustrated by the fact that for most
 areas requiring reporting of fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more, the total
 number reported for 20-23 weeks is lower than the numbers reported for 24-27
 and 28-31 weeks.For areas requiring reporting of all fetal deaths,however,
 the opposite is generally true.

     To maximize the comparability of data by year and by State, most of the
 tables in section 3 are based on fetal deaths occurring at gestations of
 20 weeks or more.  These tables also include fetal deaths of not stated
 gestation for those States requiring reporting at 20 weeks or more only.
 Beginning with 1969,fetal deaths of not stated gestation were excluded for
 States requiring reporting of all products of conception except forthose with
 a stated birth weight of 500 grams or more.  In 1985 this rule was applied to
 the following States:  Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, New York(including New York
 City), Rhode Island, and Virginia.  Each year there are some exceptions to
 this procedure.

   The data in Table 3-3 include only fetal deaths to residents of those
 areas in the United States that report all periods of gestation.  The areas
 are Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, New York (including New York City), Rhode
 Island, and Virginia.

     Arkansas--Since 1971, Arkansas has been using two reporting forms for
 fetal deaths:  A confidential Spontaneous Abortion form that is not sent to
 the National Center for Health Statistics and a Fetal Death Certificate that
 is.During the period 1971 through 1980, it is believed that most spontaneous
 fetal deaths of less than 20 weeks' gestation were reported on the
 confidential frm and, therefore, were not reported to NCHS.During the period
 1981 through 1983,Arkansas specified that fetal deaths of less than 28 weeks'
 gestation or weighing less than 1,000 grams could be reported on the
 confidential form; beginning with 1984 data, the State specified that fetal
 deaths of 20 weeks' gestation or weighing 500 grams be reported on the Fetal
 Death Certificate. Because of these changes, the comparability of counts of
 early fetal deaths may be affected.In particular, counts of fetal deaths
 aged 20-27 weeks during 1981-83 were not comparable between Arkansas and
 other reporting areas nor with data for 1984 and 1985.  It is believed that
 reporting has improved but is still not comparable with data for 1980 and
 earlier years.

     Idaho--Beginning in 1983, Idaho changed its reporting requirements for
 spontaneous fetal deaths from "after 20 weeks" to "after 20 weeks or a
 weight of 350 grams or more."
     Missouri--Beginning in 1984, Missouri changed its reporting requirements
 for spontaneous fetal deaths from "after 20 weeks" to "after 20 weeks or a
 weight of 350 grams or more."

     Period gestation--The period of gestation is the number of completed
 weeks elapsed between the first day of the last normal menstrual period
 and the date of delivery.The first day of the last normal menstrual period
 (LMP)is used as the initial date because it can be more accurately determined
 than the date of conception, which usually occurs 2 weeks after LMP. Data on
 period of gestation are computed from information on "date of delivery" and
 "date last normal menses began." If"date last normal menses began" is not on
 the record or the calculated gestation falls beyond a duration considered
 biologically plausible, "gestation in weeks" or "Physician's estimate of
 gestation" is used. When the period of gestation is reported in months on
 the report, it is allocated to gestational intervals in weeks as follows:

    1-3 months to under 16 weeks
    4 months to 16-19 weeks
    5 months to 20-23 weeks
    6 months to 24-27 weeks
    7 months to 28-31 weeks
    8 months to 32-35 weeks
    9 months to 40 weeks
    10 months and over to 43 weeks and over

 All areas reported LMP in 1985 except Delaware, New Mexico, Puerto Rico, and
 South Dakota.

     Birth weight--Most of the 55 registration areas do not specify how
 weight should be given, that is, in pounds and ounces or in grams.  In the
 tabulation and presentation of birth weight data, the metric system (grams)
 has been used to facilitate comparison with other data published in the
 United States and internationally.  Birth weight specified in pounds and
 ounces is assigned the equivalent of the gram intervals as follows:

     Less than 350 grams =  0 lb 12 oz or less
         350 - 499 grams =  0 lb 13 oz- 1 lb  1 oz
         500 - 999 grams =  1 lb  2 oz- 2 lb  3 oz
     1,000 - 1,499 grams =  2 lb  4 oz- 3 lb  4 oz
     1,500 - 1,999 grams =  3 lb  5 oz- 4 lb  6 oz
     2,000 - 2,499 grams =  4 lb  7 oz- 5 lb  8 oz
     2,500 - 2,999 grams =  5 lb  9 oz- 6 lb  9 oz
     3,000 - 3,499 grams =  6 lb 10 oz- 7 lb 11 oz
     3,500 - 3,999 grams =  7 lb 12 oz- 8 lb 13 oz
     4,000 - 4,499 grams =  8 lb 14 oz- 9 lb 14 oz
     4,500 - 4,999 grams =  9 lb 15 oz-ll lb  0 oz
     5,000 grams or more = 11 lb  1 oz or more

     With the introduction of the Ninth Revision, International
 Classification of Diseases,the birth-weight classification intervals for
 perinatal mortality statistics were shifted downward by 1 gram,
 as shown above.  Previously, the intervals were, for example, 1,001-1,500;
 1,501-2,000; etc.

     Race--The race of the fetus is ordinarily classified based on the race
 of the parents. If the parents are of different races, the following rules
 apply.(1) When only one parent is white, the fetus is assigned the other
 parent's race.(2) When neither parent is white the fetus is assigned the
 father's race with one exception: If the mother is Hawaiian or Part-Hawaiian,
 the fetus is classified as Hawaiian.

     When the race of one parent is missing or ill defined, the race of the
 other determines that of the fetus.  When race of both parents is missing,
 the race of the fetus is allocated to the specific race of the fetus on the
 preceding record.

     Total-birth order--Total-birth order refers to the sum of the live
 births and other terminations (including both spontaneous fetal deaths and
 induced terminations of pregnancy) that a woman has had including the fetal
 death being recorded.For example, if a woman has previously given birth to
 two live babies and to one born dead, the next fetal death to occur is
 counted as number four in total-birth order.

     In the 1978 revision of the Standard Report of Fetal Death, total-birth
 order is calculated from four items on pregnancy history:  Number of
 previous live births, now living; number of previous live births, now dead;
 number of other terminations before 20 weeks; and number of other
 terminations after 20 weeks.

     All registration areas use the two standard items pertaining to the
 number of previous live births.Most areas use the two standard items
 pertaining to the number of "other terminations" before and after 20 weeks'
 gestation, but some areas use other criteria.  Total-birth order for all
 areas is calculated from the sum of available information. Thus, information
 on total-birth order may not be completely comparable among the registration
 areas.

     Marital status--Table 3-4 shows fetal deaths and fetal-death ratios by
 mother's marital status.  States excluded from this table are as follows:
 California, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, New York (including
 New York City), Ohio, Texas, and Vermont.  Because live births comprise the
 denominator of the ratio, marital status must also be reported for mothers
 of live births.  Marital status of the mother of the live birth is inferred
 for States that did not report it on the birth certificate.

     There are no quantitative data on the characteristics of unmarried women
 who may misreport their marital status or who fail to register fetal deaths.
 Underreporting may be greater for the unmarried group than for the married
 person.

     Age of mother--The fetal-death report asks for the mother's "age (at
 time of delivery)," and the ages are edited in NCHS for upper and lower
 limits. When mothers are reported to be under 10 years of age or 50 years
 and over, the age of the mother is considered not stated and is assigned
 as follows: Age on all fetal-death records with age of mother not stated
 is allocated according to the age appearing on the record previously
 processed for a mother of identical race and having the same total-birth
 order (total of live births and other terminations).

 Perinatal Mortality

     Perinatal definitions--Beginning with data year 1979, perinatal
 mortality data for the United States and each State have been published
 in section 4. The World Health Organization in the Ninth Revision of the
 International Classification of diseases (ICD-9) recommended that "national
 perinatal statistics should include all fetuses and infants delivered
 weighing at least 500 grams (or when birth weight is unavailable, the
 corresponding gestational age (22 weeks) or body length (25 cm crown-heel)),
 whether alive or dead...." It was further recommended that "countries should
 present, solely for international comparisons,'standard perinatal statistics'
 in which both the numerator and denominator of all rates are restricted to
 fetuses and infants weighing 1,000 grams or more (or, where birth weight is
 unavailable, the corresponding gestational age (28 weeks) or body length (35
 cm crown-heel))."Because birth weight and gestational age are not reported on
 the death certificate in the United States, NCHS was unable to recommend
 adopting these definitions.  Three definitions of perinatal mortality are
 currently used by NCHS:  Perinatal Definition I, generally used for
 international comparisons, which includes fetal deaths of 28 weeks or more
 gestation and infant deaths of less than 7 days; Perinatal Definition II,
 which includes fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation and infant deaths
 of less than 28 days; and Perinatal Definition III, which includes fetal
 deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation and infant deaths of less than 7 days.

     Variations in fetal death reporting requirements and practices have
 implications for comparing perinatal rates among States.  Because reporting
 is generally poorer near the lower limit of the reporting requirement, States
 that require reporting of all products of pregnancy regardless of gestation
 are likely to have more complete reporting of fetal deaths of 20 weeks or
 more than are other States.  The larger number of fetal deaths reported by
 these "all periods" States may result in higher perinatal rates compared with
 States whose reporting is less complete.  Accordingly, reporting completeness
 may account, in part, for differences among the State perinatal rates,
 particularly differences for Definitions II and III, which use data for fetal
 deaths of 20-27 weeks.

     Not stated--Fetal deaths with gestational age not stated are presumed
 to be of 20 weeks' gestation or more if (1) the State requires reporting of
 all fetal deaths of gestational age 20 weeks or more or (2) the fetus weighed
 500 grams or more,in those States requiring reporting of all fetal deaths
 regardless of gestational age. For Definition I, fetal deaths with gestation
 not stated but presumed to be 20 weeks or more are allocated to the category
 28 weeks or more, according to the proportion of fetal deaths with stated
 gestational age that falls into that category.  For Definitions II and III,
 fetal deaths with presumed gestation of 20 weeks or more are included with
 those of stated gestation of 20 weeks or more.

     For all three definitions, following the distribution of gestation not
 stated described above, fetal deaths with nonstated sex are allocated within
 gestational age groups on the basis of the distribution of stated cases.
 The allocation of non-stated gestational age and sex for fetal deaths is made
 individually for each State, for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas, and
 separately for the United States as a whole.  Accordingly, the sum of
 perinatal deaths for the areas according to Definition I may not equal the
 total number of perinatal deaths for the United States.

 Quality of Data

 Completeness of Registration

    All States have adopted laws that require the registration of births and
 deaths, and the reporting of fetal deaths.  It is believed that over 99
 percent of the births and deaths occurring in this country are registered.

     Reporting requirements for fetal deaths vary somewhat from State to
 State (see "Comparability and completeness of data").  Overall reporting
 completeness is not as good for fetal deaths as for births and deaths, but
 it is believed to be relatively complete for fetal deaths of 28 weeks
 gestation or more. National statistical data on fetal deaths include only
 those fetal deaths with stated or presumed gestation of 20 weeks or more.

 Massachusetts Data

     The 1964 statistics for deaths exclude approximately 6,000 events
 registered in Massachusetts, primarily to residents of that State.
 Microfilm copies of these records were not received by NCHS. Figures for the
 United States and the New England Division are also somewhat affected.

 Quality Control Procedures

     Demographic items on the death certificate--As previously indicated, for
 1985 the mortality data for these items were obtained from two sources:  (1)
 Microfilm images of the original certificates furnished by the Virgin
 Islands and photocopies from Guam; and (2) records on data tape furnished by
 the 50 States, the District of Columbia, New York City, and Puerto Rico.
 For the Virgin Islands and Guam, which sent only copies of the original
 certificates, the demographic items were coded for 100 percent of the death
 certificates. The demographic coding for 100 percent of the certificates was
 independently verified.

     As part of the quality control procedures for mortality data, each
 registration area has to go through a calibration period during which it
 must achieve the specified error tolerance level of 2 percent per item for 3
 consecutive months, based on NCHS independent verification of a 50-percent
 sample of that area's records.  Once the area has achieved the required
 error tolerance level, a sample of 70-80 records per month is used to monitor
 quality of coding.

     All of the areas that were providing data on computer tapes prior to
 1985 had achieved the specified error tolerance; accordingly, for these areas
 the demographic items on about 70-80 records per area per month were
 independently verified by NCHS.  These areas include New York City, Puerto
 Rico, and the 46 States that furnished data on computer tape to NCHS.  The
 estimated average error rate for all demographic items in 1985 for these
 areas was 0.25 percent. The four remaining States--Arizona, Delaware,
 California, and Georgia--and the District of Columbia were in the initial
 calibration period during which the first 3 months of 1985 were evaluated on
 an independent 50-percent sample by NCHS.  For this period, the average item
 error was less than 2 percent.  In the remaining 9 months of the year, the
 demographic items on 70-80 records per area per month were independently
 verified by NCHS.  The estimated average error rate for the year for these
 areas was less than 1 percent.

     These verification procedures involve controlling two types of error
 (coding and entering into the data record tape) at the same time, and the
 error rates are a combined measure of both types.  While it may be assumed
 that the entering errors are randomly distributed across all items on the
 record, this assumption cannot be made as readily for coding errors.
 Although systematic errors in coding infrequent events may escape detection
 during sample verification, it is probable that some of these errors were
 detected during the initial period when 50 percent of the file was being
 verified, thus providing an opportunity to retrain the coders.

     Medical items on the death certificate--As for demographic data,
 mortality medical data are also subject to quality control procedures
 which control for errors of both coding and data entry.  Each of the 19
 registration areas that furnished NCHS with coded medical information
 according to NCHS specifications 1st had to qualify for sample verification.
 During an initial calibration period,the area had to demonstrate that its
 staff could achieve a specified error tolerance level of less than 5 percent
 for coding all medical items. After the area has achieved the required error
 tolerance level, a sample of 70-80 records per month is used to monitor
 quality of medical coding. For these 19 States, the average coding error rate
 in 1985 was estimated at just over 4 percent.

     For the remaining 36 registration areas--31 States, the District of
 Columbia, New York City, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam--NCHS
 coded the medical items for 100 percent of the death records.A 1-percent
 sample of the records was independently coded for quality control purposes.
 The estimated average error rate for these areas was about 3 percent.

     The ACME system for selecting the underlying cause of death through
 computer application contributes to the quality control of medical items on
 the death certificate.  (See section "Automated selection of underlying cause
 of death.")

     Demographic items on the report of fetal death--For 1985, all data on
 fetal deaths, except for New York State (excluding New York City), were coded
 under contract by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  For Oklahoma, portions of
 the data were coded under contract by the U.S. Bureau of the Census,and other
 portions were coded by the State.  The combination coding was necessary
 because the medical and confidential portions of the fetal death report,which
 contain some of the essential statistical information, became detached from
 the other part of the fetal death report prior to receipt by NCHS.  Coding
 and entering information on data tapes were verified on a 100-percent basis
 because of the relatively small number of records involved.

     Other Control Procedures--After coding and entering on data tape are
 completed, record counts are balanced against control totals for each
 shipment of records from a registration area.  Editing procedures ensure
 that records with inconsistent or impossible codes are modified. Inconsistent
 codes are those, for example, where there is contradiction between cause of
 death and age or sex of the decedent.  Records so identified during the
 computer-editing process are either corrected by reference to the source
 record or adjusted by arbitrary code assignment (NCHS, 1979). All subsequent
 operations in tabulating and in preparing tables are verified during the
 computer processing or by statistical clerks.

 Estimates of Errors Arising From 50-Percent Sample for 1972

     Death statistics for 1972 in this report (excluding fetal-death
 statistics) are based on a 50-percent sample of all deaths occurring in
 the 50 States and the District of Columbia.

     A description of the sample design and a table of the percent errors of
 the estimated numbers of deaths by size of estimate and total deaths in the
 area are shown in the Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of the United
 States, 1972, Volume II, Mortality, Part A.

 Computation of Rates and Other Measures

 Population Bases

     The population bases from which death rates shown in this report are
 computed are prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  Rates for 1940,
 1950, 1960, 1970, and 1980 are based on the population enumerated as of April
 1 in the census of those years.  Rates for all other years use the estimated
 midyear (July 1) population. Death rates for the United States, individual
 States, and SMSA's are based on the total resident populations of the
 respective areas. Except as noted these populations exclude the Armed Forces
 abroad but include the Armed Forces stationed in each area.

     The resident populations of the birth- and death-registration States for
 1900-32 and of the United States for 1900-85 are shown in table 7-1.  In
 addition, the population including Armed Forces abroad is shown for the
 United States.  Table B lists the sources for these populations.

     Population estimates for 1985--The population of the United States
 estimated by age, race, and sex for 1985 is shown in table 7-2, and the
 population for each State by broad age groups follows in table 7-3.
 Population estimates for 1984 and 1985 incorporate new estimation procedures
 for net migration and net undocumented immigration.  The 1985 estimates are
 comparable with those for 1984 but are not strictly comparable with the
 postcensal estimates for 1981-83 shown in tables 7-2 and 7-3 of Vital

      Table B.  Sources for resident population and population including
          Armed Forces abroad:  Birth- and death-registration States,
                    1900-1932, and United States, 1900-1985

       Year                                 Source

 1985------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 1000, Feb. 1987.
 1984------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 985, Apr. 1986.
 1983------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 965, Mar. 1985.
 1982------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 949, May 1984.
 1981------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 929, May 1983.
 1980------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Population:
 1980,
                    Number of Inhabitants, PC80-1-A1, United States Summary,
                    1983.
 1971-79--------- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 917, July 1982.
 1970------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Population:
 1970,
                    Number of Inhabitants, Final Report PC(1)-A1,
                    United States Summary, 1971.
 1961-69--------- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 519, April 1974.
 1960------------ U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Population:
 1960,
                    Number of Inhabitants, PC(1)-A1, United States Summary,
                    1971.
 1951-59--------- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 310, June 30, 1965.
 1940-50--------- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 499, May 1973.
 1930-39--------- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports,
                    Series P-25, No. 499, May 1973, and National Office of
                    Vital Statistics, Vital Statistics Rates in the United
                    States, 1900-1940, 1947.
 1920-29---------   National Office of Vital Statistics, Vital Statistics
 Rates
                    in the United States, 1900-1940, 1947.
 1917-19---------   Same as for 1930-39.
 1900-1916-------   Same as for 1920-29.

 Statistics of the United States, Volume II, for those years.  Although the
 death rates and estimates of life expectancy for 1984 and 1985 are not
 strictly comparable with those for previous years, the trends for the total
 population and most age-race-sex groups are not substantially affected.  For
 additional details, see the Technical Appendix in Vital Statistics of the
 United States, 1984, Volume II, and the report of the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census (1986). Population data by race are consistent with the modified
 (see below) 1980 population by race.

     Population for 1980--The population of the United States by age, race,
 and sex and the population for each State by age are shown in tables 7-2 and
 7-3, respectively, of Vital Statistics of the United States, 1980, Volume II.
 The figures by race have been modified as described below.

     The racial counts in the 1980 census are affected by changes in
 reporting practices, particularly of the Hispanic population, and in coding
 and classifying.  One particular change created a major inconsistency
 between the 1980 census data and historical data series, including censuses
 and vital statistics.  About 40 percent of the Hispanic population counted
 in 1980, over 5.8 million persons, did not mark one of the specified races
 listed on the census questionnaire but instead marked the "Other" category.

     In the 1980 census, coding procedures were modified for persons who
 marked "Other" race and wrote in a national origin designation of a Latin
 American country or a specific Hispanic-origin group in response to the
 racial question. These persons remained in the "Other" racial category in
 1980 census data; in previous censuses and in vital statistics such responses
 had almost always been coded into the "White" category.

     In order to maintain comparability, the "Other" racial category in the
 1980 census was reallocated to be consistent with previous procedures.
 Persons who marked the "Other" racial category and reported any Spanish
 origin on the Spanish origin question (5,840,648 persons) were distributed
 to white and black races in proportion to the distribution of persons of
 Hispanic origin who actually reported their race as "White" or "Black."
 This was done for each age-sex group.

     As a result of this procedure, 5,705,155 persons (98 percent) were
 added to the white population and 135,493 persons (2 percent) to the black
 population. Persons who marked the "Other" racial category and reported that
 they were not of Spanish origin(916,338 persons) were distributed as follows:
 20 percent in each age-sex group were added to the "Asian and Pacific
 Islander" category (183,268 persons),and 80 percent were added to the "White"
 category (733,070 persons).The count of American Indians, Eskimos,and Aleuts
 was not affected by the procedures.Unpublished tabulations of these modified
 census counts were obtained from the U.S. Bureau of the Census and used to
 compute the rates of this report.

     Population estimates for 1971-79--Death rates in this volume for 1971-79
 used revised population estimates that are consistent with the 1980 census
 levels.  The 1950 census enumerated approximately 5.5 million more persons
 than had previously been estimated for April 1, 1980 (U.S. Bureau of the
 Census, 1982a).  These revised estimates for the United States by age, race,
 and sex are published by the U.S. Bureau of the Census in Current Population
 Reports, Series P-25, Number 917.  Unpublished revised estimates for States
 were obtained from the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  For Puerto Rico, the
 Virgin Islands, and Guam, revised estimates are published in Current Popula-
 tion Reports, Series P-25, Number 919.

     Population estimates for 1961-69--Death rates in this volume for 1961-69
 are based on revised estimates of the population and thus may differ
 slightly from rates published before 1976.The rates shown in tables 1-1 and
 1-2, the life table values in table 6-5, and the population estimates in
 table 7-1 for each year in the period 1961-69 have been revised to reflect
 modified population bases, as published in the U.S. Bureau of the Census,
 Current Population Reports, Series P-25, Number 519. The data shown in table
 1-10 for 1961-69 have not been revised.

     Rates and ratios based on live births--Infant and maternal mortality
 rates, and fetal death and perinatal mortality ratios, are computed on the
 basis of the number of live births.  Fetal deaths and perinatal mortality
 rates are computed on the basis of the number oflive births and fetal deaths.
 Counts oflive births are published annually in Vital Statistics of the United
 States, Volume I, Natality.

     New Jersey--As previously indicated, data by race are not available for
 New Jersey for 1962 and 1963.  Therefore, for 1962 and 1963 the National
 Center for Health Statistics estimated a population by age, race, and sex
 excluding New Jersey for rates shown by race.The methodology used to estimate
 the revised population excluding New Jersey is discussed in the Technical
 Appendixes of the 1962 and 1963 reports.

 Net Census Undercount

     Just as the underenumeration of deaths and the misreporting of
 demographic characteristics on the death certificate can introduce error
 into the annual rates, so can enumeration errors in the latest decennial
 census.  This is because annual population estimates for the postcensal
 interval, which are used in the denominator for calculating death rates,
 are computed using the decennial census count as a base (U.S. Bureau of
 the Census, 1986).  Net census undercount is the result of miscounting and
 misreporting of demographic characteristics such as age.  Age-specific death
 rates are affected by both the net census undercount and the misreporting of
 age on the death certificate (NCHS, 1968b).  To the extent that the net
 undercount is substantial and that it varies among subgroups and geographic
 areas, it may have important consequences for vital statistics measures.

     Although death rates based on a population adjusted for net census
 undercount may be more accurate than rates based on an unadjusted
 population, rates in this volume are not adjusted; rather, they are computed
 using population estimates that preserve the age pattern of the net census
 undercount across the postcensal interval. Thus, it is important to consider
 the possible impact of net census undercount on death rates.

     The U.S. Bureau of the Census has conducted extensive research on
 completeness of coverage on the U.S. population (inluding underenumeration
 and misstatement of age, race, and sex) in the last four decennial
 censuses--1950, 1960, 1970, and 1980.  From this work have come estimates of
 the national population that was not counted by age, race, and sex (NCHS,
 1978; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1974, 1977).  The reports for 1980 include
 estimates of net census undercount using alternative methodological
 assumptions for age, race, and sex subgroups of the national population(NCHS,
 1978; Passel and Robinson, 1985).These studies indicate that, although
 coverage was improved over previous censuses, there was differential coverage
 in the 1980 census among the population subgroups; that is, some age, race,
 and sex groups were more completely counted than others.

     Net census undercounts can affect (1) levels of the observed vital
 rates, (2) differences among groups, and (3) levels and group differences
 shown by summary measures such as age-adjusted death rates and life
 expectancy.

     Levels and differentials--If adjustments were made for net census
 undercount, the size of denominators of the death rates generally would
 increase and the rates, therefore, would decrease.  Assuming undercounts
 remained consistent by age after the 1980 census, the estimated rates for
 1985 can be computed by multiplying the reported rates by ratios of the
 census-level resident population to the resident population adjusted for
 the estimated net census undercount (table 7-4).  A ratio of less than 1.0
 indicates a net census undercount and, when applied, results in a correspond-
 ing decrease in the death rate. A ratio greater than 1.0--indicating a net
 census overcount--multiplied by the reported rate results in an increase in
 the death rate.

     Coverage ratios for all ages show that, in general, females were more
 completely enumerated than males and the white population more completely
 than the population of all other races. The black population was undercounted
 relative to the total population of all other races.

     For the total population, underenumeration varied by age group with the
 greatest differences found for persons aged 8-34 and 85 years and over.  All
 other age groups were overcounted or undercounted by less than 3 percent.

        Among the age-sex-race groups, coverage was lowest for black males
 aged 40-44 and 45-49 years.Underenumeration for these groups was 19 percent.
 In contrast, white females in these age groups were essentially completely
 enumerated.  For black females and white males in these same age groups, the
 undercount ranged from 3 to 6 percent.  For the under-1-year age group the
 white population was overenumerated by 2 percent, whereas infants of other
 races were underenumerated by 9 percent.

     If vital statistics measures were calculated with adjustments for net
 census undercounts for each population subgroup, the resulting rates would
 be differentially reduced from their original levels; that is, rates for
 those groups with the greatest estimated undercounts would show the greatest
 relative reductions due to these adjustments.  Similar effects would be
 evident in opposite direction for groups with overcounts.As a consequence,
 the ratio of mortality between the rates for males and females, and between
 the rates for the white population and the population of other races, or the
 black population, usually would be reduced.

     Similarly, the differences between the death rates among subgroups of
 the population by cause of death would be affected by adjustments for net
 census undercounts.  For example, for the age group 35-39 years in 1985, the
 ratio of the death rate for Homicide and legal intervention for black males
 to that for white males is 6.9, whereas the ratio of the death rates adjusted
 for net census undercount in 1985 is 5.9.  For Ischemic heart disease for
 males aged 40-44 years, the ratio of the death rate for the population of all
 other races to that for white population is 1.3 using the unadjusted rates
 but it is 1.1 when adjusted for estimated underenumeration.

     Summary measures--The effect of net census undercount on age-adjusted
 death rates depends on the underenumeration of each age group and on the
 distribution of deaths by age.In 1985, the age-adjusted death rate for all
 causes would decrease from 546.1 to 540.1 per 100,000 population if the age-
 specific death rates were corrected for net census undercount.

     For Diseases of the heart, the age-adjusted death rate for white males
 would decrease from 244.5 to 241.4 per 100,000 population, a decline of 1.3
 percent.  For black males the change, from an unadjusted rate of 301.0 to an
 adjusted rate of 284.4, would amount to 5.5 percent.

     If death rates by age were adjusted, then the corresponding life
 expectancy at birth computed from these rates would change.The importance of
 adjustments varies by age; that is, when calculating life expectancy, the
 impact of an undercount or overcount is greatest at the younger ages.In
 general, the effect of correcting the death rates is to increase the estimate
 of life expectancy at birth.  Differential underenumeration among race-sex
 groups would lead to greater changes in life expectancy for some groups than
 for others. For white females who were completely enumerated in 1980 revised
 estimates of life expectancy would remain roughly constant; those for black
 males would show the greatest increase.

 Age-Adjusted Death Rates

     Age-adjusted death rates shown in this report are computed by using the
 distribution in 10-year age intervals of the enumerated populations of the
 United States in 1940 as the standard population.  Each figure represents
 the rate that would have existed if the age-specific rates of the particular
 year prevailed in a population whose age distribution was the same as that of
 the United States in 1940.  The rates for the total population and for each
 race-sex group were adjusted using the same standard population.  It is
 important not to compare age-adjusted death rates with crude rates.  The
 standard 1940 population, on the basis of one million total population is as
 follows:

                Age                                         Number

                    All ages ............................ 1,000,000
                Under 1 year ............................    15,343
                1-4 years ...............................    64,718
                5-14 years ..............................   170,355
                15-24 years .............................   181,677
                25-34 years .............................   162,066
                35-44 years .............................   139,237
                45-54 years .............................   117,811
                55-64 years .............................    80,294
                65-74 years .............................    48,426
                75-84 years .............................    17,303
                85 years and over .......................     2,770
 Life Tables

     U.S. abridged life tables are constructed by reference to a standard
 table (NCHS, 1966).  Life tables for the decennial period 1979-81 are used as
 the standard life tables in constructing the 1980-85 abridged life tables.
 With the availability of the 1979-81 standard life tables, revised life table
 values were computed for 1980-82; these appeared for the first time in Vital
 Statistics of the United States, 1983.

     Life tables for the decennial period 1969-71 are used as the standard
 life tables in constructing the 1970-79 abridged life tables. Life table
 values for 1970-73 were first revised in Vital Statistics of the United
 States, 1977; before 1977, life table values for 1970-73 were constructed
 using the 1959-61 decennial life tables.  In addition, life table values
 for 1951-59, 1961-69, and 1971-79 appearing in this population are based
 on revised intercensal estimates of the population for those years. As such,
 these life table values may differ from life table values for those years
 published in previous volumes.

     The change in the population estimation methodology (see above section
 "Population bases") results in life expectancies at certain 5-year age
 intervals for 1984 and 1985 that are lower than those that would have
 occurred had they been based on the same methodology used to compute 1983
 life expectancies.  For additional details, see Technical Appendix for Vital
 Statistics of the United States, 1984, Volume II.

     There has been an increasing interest in data on average length of life
 (*) for single calendar years before the initiation of the annual abridged
 life table series for selected race-sex groups in 1945. The figures in table
 6-5 for the race and sex groups for the following years were estimated to
 meet these needs.  For estimating procedures, see National Office of Vital
 Statistics (1951).

    Years                                              Race and Sex Groups

    1900-45 .......................................... Total
    1900-47 .......................................... Male
    1900-47 .......................................... Female
    1900-50 .......................................... White
    1900-44 .......................................... White, male
    1900-44 .......................................... White, female
    1900-50 .......................................... All other
    1900-44 .......................................... All other, male
    1900-44 .......................................... All other, female

     The geographic areas covered in life tables before 1929-31 were limited
 to the death-registration areas.  Life tables for 1900-1902 and 1909-11 were
 constructed using mortality data from the 1900 death-registration States--10
 States and the District of Columbia--and for 1919-21 from the 1920
 death-registration States--34 States and the District of Columbia.  The
 tables for 1929-31 through 1958 cover the conterminous United States.
 Decennial life table values for the 3-year period 1959-61 were derived from
 data that include both Alaska and Hawaii for each year (table 6-4).Data for
 each year shown in table 6-5 include Alaska beginning in 1959 and Hawaii
 beginning in 1960.It is not believed that the inclusion of these two States
 materially affects life table values.

     Random Variation in Numbers of Deaths, Death Rates, and Mortality Rates
 and Ratios Deaths and population-based rates--Except for 1972, the numbers of
 deaths reported for a community represent complete counts of such events.As
 such, they are not subject to sampling error, although they are subject to
 errors in the registration process.  However, when the figures are used for
 analytical purposes, such as the comparison of rates over a time period or
 for different areas, the number of events that actually occurred may be
 considered as one of a large series of possible results that could have
 arisen under the same circumstances (National Office of Vital Statistics,
 1961).  The probable range of values may be estimated from the actual figures
 according to certain statistical assumptions.

     In general, distributions of vital events may be assumed to follow the
 binomial distribution.  Estimates of standard error and tests of
 significance under this assumption are described in most standard statistics
 texts.  When the number of events is large, the standard error, expressed as
 a percent of the number of rate is usually small.

     When the number of events is small (perhaps less than 100) and the
 probability of such an event is small, considerable caution must be
 observed in interpreting the conditions described by the figures.This is
 particularly true for infant mortality rates, cause-specific death rates,
 and death rates for counties. Events of a rare nature may be assumed to
 follow a Poison probability distribution.  For this distribution, a simple
 approximation may be used to estimate a confidence interval, as follows:

    If N is the number of registered deaths in the population and R is the
 corresponding rate, the chances are 19 in 20 that:

    1.  N - 2  N and N + 2  N

        covers the "true" number of events.

    2.   R - 2  R   and R + 2  R
                 N              N

         covers the "true" rate.


 If the rate R corresponding to N events is compared with the rate S
 corresponding to M events, the difference between the two rates may be
 regarded as statistically significant if it exceeds

                 2  R2         S2
                         +
                    N        M

    For example, if the observed death rate for Community A were 10.0 per
 1,000 population and if this rate were based on 20 recorded deaths, then the
 chances are 19 in 20 that the "true" death rate for that community lies
 between 5.5 and 14.5 per 1,000 population.If the death rate for Community A
 of 10.0 per 1,000 population were being compared with a rate of 20.0 per
 1,000 population for Community B; which is based on 10 recorded deaths, then
 the difference between the rates for the two communities is 10.0.This
 difference is less than twice the standard error of the difference

                 2 (10.0)2  +  (20.0)2
                     20           10

 of the two rates that is computed to be 13.4.  From this, it is concluded
 that the difference between the rates for the two communities is not
 statistically significant.

 Symbols Used in Tables

    Data not available --------------------------------------------   ---
    Category not applicable ---------------------------------------   ...
    Quantity zero -------------------------------------------------   -
    Quantity more than zero but less than 0.05 --------------------   0.0
    Quantity more than zero but less than 500 where
      numbers are rounded to thousands ----------------------------   Z
    Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision ----   *

 


Addendum 1979

1979 Addendum to Technical Appendix

        1979 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
                United States, Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To assist the users of the mortality public-use tapes, attached is a copy
 of the latest Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of the United States,
 1985 Volume II, Mortality, Part A.  This technical appendix provides
 certain qualifications of the data that are essential to using, analyzing,
 and interpreting the data on these tapes.  Certain modifications to the
 attached Technical Appendix are essential to make it applicable to the
 mortality file for the 1979 data year.  Those modifications, which will
 appear in the printed version of the 1985 Technical Appendix, include the
 following:

     1. Vital Statistics Cooperative Program.  In 1979, 35 States and New
        York City furnished demographic data only and seven States furnished
        both demographic and cause-of-death data on computer tape through
        the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP).  The following
        States are added to the VSCP beginning in 1979:

                          State-coded demographic data

                                 Connecticut
                                 Hawaii
                                 Mississippi
                                 New Jersey
                                 Pennsylvania
                                 Wyoming

     2.  Cause of death.  Effective with the 1979 data year, causes of death
         are classified by the Ninth Revision, International Classification
         of Diseases.  Principal features of this classification are
         described in the enclosed publication "Estimates of Selected Com-
         parability Ratios Based on Dual Coding of 1976 Death Certificates
         by the Eighth and Ninth Revisions of the International Classifica-
         tion of Diseases," Monthly Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 28, No. 11,
         Supplement, February 29, 1980.

     3.  New items.  The public use tapes also include data on new items
         not described in the 1978 Technical Appendix.  These include (1)
         Marital status, (2) State or country of birth, and (3) Place of
         death and status of decedent when death occurred in hospital or
         medical center.  A discussion of these items, as it will appear
         in the printed version of the 1985 Technical Appendix, follows:

            Marital status

            Mortality statistics by marital status (table 1-31) are
            published in this report for the first time since 1961.
            Previously they were published in the annual reports for
            the years 1949-51 and 1959-61.  Several reports specifically
            analyzing mortality by marital status have been published
            including the special study based on 1959-61 data, "Mortality
            from Selected Causes by Marital Status:  United States,"
            Vital and Health Statistics, Series 20, Nos. 8a and 8b.

 In addition, the following reports from the Vital Statistics
 Special Report series have been published: "Mortality from
 Selected Causes by Marital Status:  United States, 1949-51,"
 Vol. 39, No. 7;  "Mortality by Marital Status, by Age,
 Race, and Sex, Urban and Rural:  United States, 1940," Vol.
 23, No.  2; "Deaths from Selected Causes by Marital Status,
 by Age and Sex, United States, 1940," Vol.  23, No. 7; and
 "Cancer Mortality by Marital Status:  United States, 1940,"
 Vol.  32, No. 6. Reference to earlier reports may be found
 in the appendix to Vital and Health Statistics, Series 20,
 No. 8b.

 Mortality statistics by marital status are tabulated separately
 for the following categories:  Never married, single; Ever
 married; Married; Widowed; Divorced.  Ever married includes
 the categories married, widowed, and divorced.  Certificates
 in which the marriage was specified as being annulled are
 classified as Never married, single.  Where marital status
 was specified as Separated or Common Law marriage, it was
 classified as Married.  Of the 1,848,270 resident deaths
 15 years and over, 8,383 (0.5 percent) certificates had
 marital status not stated.

 State or Country of Birth

 Mortality statistics by State of birth (table 1-32) are
 published in 1979 for the first time since 1950.  The place
 of birth of a decedent is assigned to one of 50 States or
 the District of Columbia; or to the territorial possessions
 of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the Virgin Islands-- if specified
 on the death certifcate.  The place of birth is also tabulated
 for the countries of Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and for the Remainder
 of the World.  Deaths for which information on State of
 birth was unknown, not stated, or not classifiable accounted
 for a small proportion of all deaths in 1979, about 0.5 percent.

 Early mortality reports published by the Bureau of the Census
 contained extensive tables showing nativity of parents as
 well as nativity of decedent.  The publication of these
 tables was discontinued in 1933.  Mortality data showing
 nativity of decedent were again published in annual reports
 for 1939 to 1941, and for 1950, when comparable population
 figures were available.

 Place of death and status of decedent when death occurred
 in hospital or medical center

 For the first time since 1958, mortality data for 1979 are
 shown for the place of death (tables 1-28 and 1-29).  Mortality
 data are, also, shown for the first time for the status
 of decedent when death occurred in a hospital of medical
 center (table 1-28).  These data are obtained from the
 following two items that appear on the US. Standard Certificate
 of Death:

     Item 7c) Hospital or other institution-name (if not
              in either, give street and number)

     Item 7d) If hospital or institution, indicate DOA,
              Op/Emer. R00m, inpatient (specify)

 All of the States and the District of Coumbia have item
 7c (or its equivalent) on the death certificate.  For the
 42 States in the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP),
 NCHS accepts the State definition, classification, or codes
 for hospitals, medical centers or other institutions.  For
 the remaining 8 States and the District of Columbia not
 in the VSCP, NCHS classifies and codes to a hospital or
 medical center according to whether the terms "hospital"
 or "medical center" are entered as part of the name in item
 7c or its equivalent.  If the terms "hospital" or "medical
 center" are not entered as part of the name, then the entry
 is coded appropriately to one of the following:  (I) other
 institutions, (2) all other reported entries, or (3) unknown,
 not stated.

 Table 1-28 shows mortality data for the status of the decedent
 when death occurred in a hospital or medical center.  The
 data are shown for the following 39 States that have item
 7d or its equivalent on their death certificates:

      Alaska                        New Hampshire
      Arizona                       New Jersey
      Arkansas                      New Mexico
      Colorado                      New York
      Florida                       North Carolina
      Georgia                       North Dakota
      Hawaii                        Ohio
      Idaho                         Oregon
      Illinois                      Pennsylvania
      Indiana                       Rhode Island
      Iowa                          South Carolina
      Kansas                        South Dakota
      Kentucky                      Tennessee
      Maine                         Utah
      Michigan                      Vermont
      Mississippi                   Virginia
      Missouri                      West Virginia
      Montana                       Wisconsin
      Nebraska                      Wyoming
      Nevada



Addendum 1980

 1980 Addendum to Technical Appendix

          1980 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
                  United States, Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To assist the users of the mortality public-use tapes, attached is a copy
 of the latest Technical Appendix of Vital Statistics of the United States,
 1985,Volume II, Mortality, Part A.  This technical appendix provides certain
 quali-fications of the data that are essential to using, analyzing, and
 interpreting the data on these tapes.  Certain modifications to the attached
 Technical Appendix are essential to make it applicable to the mortality file
 for the 1980 data year.Those modifications, which will appear in the printed
 version of the 1985 Technical Appendix, include the following:

      1. Vital Statistics Cooperative Program.  In 1980, 45 States and New
         York City furnished demographic data on computer tape and 15 of
         these States also furnish cause-of-death data on computer tape
         through the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP).The following
         States were added to the VSCP in 1979 and 1980.

            State-coded demographic data         State-coded medical data

           1979               1980               1980

          Connecticut       Arkansas           Colorado         Mississippi
          Hawaii            New Mexico         Kansas           New Haapshire
          Mississippi       South Dakota       Massachusetts    Pennsylvania
          New Jersey                           Minnesota        South Carolina
          Pennsylvania
          Wyoming

 2.Cause of death.  Effective with the 1979 data year, causes of death are
   classified by the Ninth Revision, International Classification of
   Diseases.Principal features of this classification are described in the
   enclosed publication "Estimates of Selected Comparability Ratios Eased
   on Dual Coding of 1976 Death Certificates by the Eighth and Ninth Revi-
   sions of the International Classification of Diseases," Monthly Vital
   Statistics Report, Vol. 28, No. 11, Supplement, February 29, 1980.

 3. New items. The public use tapes also include data on new items not
 described in the 1978 Technical Appendix. These include (a) Marital status,
 (b)State or country of birth, and (c) Place of death and status of decedent
 when death occurred in a hospital or medical center.  A discussion of
 these items follows:

      Marital status

 Mortality statistics by marital status became available for 1979 for
 the first time since 1961.  Previously they were published in the
 annual reports for the years 1949-51 and 1959-61.  Several reports
 specifically analyzing mortality by marital status have been
 published including the special study based on 1959-61 data, "Mortality
 from Selected Causes by Marital Status: United States," Vital and Health
 Statistics, Series 20, Nos. 8a and 8b.

 Mortality statistics by marital status are tabulated separately for the
 following categories:  Never married; Ever married; Married; Widowed;
 Divorced.  Ever married includes the categories married, widowed, and
 divorced.  Certificates in which the marriage was specified as being
 annulled are classified as Never married.Where marital status was specified
 as Separated or Common Law marriage, it was classified as Married.  Of the
 1,924,871 resident deaths 15 years and over, 9,261 (0.5 percent)
 certificates had marital status not stated.

 State or Country of Birth

 Mortality statistics by State of birth became available for 1979 for the
 first time since 1950.The place of birth of a decedent is assigned to one of
 50 States or the District of Columbia; to one of the territorial possessions
 of Puerto Rico,Guam or the Virgin Islands; to one of the countries of Canada,
 Cuba, Mexico, or to the Remainder of the World as specified on the death
 certificate.  Deaths for which information on State of birth was unknown,
 not stated, or not classifiable accounted for a small proportion of all
 deaths in 1980, about 0.6 percent.

 Early mortality reports published by the Bureau of the Census contained
 tables showing nativity of parents as well as nativity of decendent.  The
 publication of these tables was discontinued in 1933.Mortality data showing
 nativity of decendent were again published in annual reports for 1939 to 1941
 , and for 1950, when comparable population figures were available.

 Place of death and status of decendent when death occurred in hospital or
 medical center Mortality statistics by place of death became available in1979
 for the first time since 1958. Mortality data were also available for the
 first time in 1979 for the status of decendent when death occurred in a
 hospital or medical center. These data were obtained from the following two
 items that appear on the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death:

       Item 7c)  Hospital or other institution--name (if not in either, give
                 street and number)

       Item 7d)  If hospital or institution, indicate DOA, Op/Emer. Room,
                 inpatient (specify)

 All of the States and the District of Columbia have item 7c (or its
 equivalent) on the death certificate.  For 44 of the States in the Vital
 Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP), NCHS accepts the State definition,
 classification, or codes for hospitals, medical centers or other
 institutions.For New Mexico and for the 5 States and the District of Columbia
 not in the VSCP, NCHS classifies and codes to a hospital or medical center
 according to whether the terms "hospital", "clinic", or "medical center" are
 entered as part of the name in item 7c or its equivalent.If the terms "hospi-
 tal", "clinic", or "medical center" are not entered as part of the name, then
 the entry is coded appropriately to one of the following:  (1) other
 institutions providing patient care,(2) dead on arrival--hospital clinic,
 medical center name not given, (3) all other reported entries, or (4)
 unknown, not stated.


 Table 1-28 shows mortality data for the status of the decedent when death
 occurred in a hospital or medical center.  The data are shown for the
 following 40 States that have item 7d or its equivalent on their death certi-
 ficates:

                Alaska                  New Hanpshire
                Arizona                 New Jersey
                Arkansas                New Mexico
                Colorado                New York
                Florida                 North Carolina
                Georgia                 North Dakota
                Hawaii                  Ohio
                Idaho                   Oregon
                Illinois                Pennsylvania
                Indiana                 Rhode Island
                Iowa                    South Carolina
                Kansas                  South Dakota
                Kentucky                Tennessee
                Maine                   Utah
                Michigan                Vermont
                Mississippi             Virginia
                Missouri                Washington
                Montana                 West Virginia
                Nebraska                Wisconsin
                Nevada                  Wyoming

 Population bases for computing rates

 The populations used for computing rates (furnished by the U.S. Bureau of
 the Census) represent the population residing in the specified area.  The
 population estimates for 1980 are based on the April 1,1980 census
 enumeration.
 The figures by race in the 1980 census are affected by changes in the
 practice of reporting race, particularly on the part of the Hispanic popula-
 tion, and in coding and classifying racial groups in the 1980 census. One
 particular change has created a major inconsistency between the 1980 census
 data and historical data series.  About 40 percent of the Hispanic population
 counted in 1980,or over 5.8 million persons,did not mark one of the specified
 races listed on the census questionnaire but marked the "other" category
 instead. In the 1980 census a modification was made in the coding procedures
 in the treatment of persons who marked "other" race and wrote in a national
 origin designation of a Latin American country or a specific Hispanic origin
 group in response to the race question.  These persons remained in the "other
 races" category in 1980 census data; in previous censuses and in vital
 statistics, such responses were almost always coded to the "white" category.
 In order to maintain comparability, the 1980 census data by race have been
 redistributed to conform to the historical categories.Unpublished tabulations
 of these modified census counts were obtained from the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census and were used for the computation of the rates.

   In obtaining the modified census counts, persons who marked the "other"
 race category and who reported any Spanish origin on the Spanish origin
 question (5.8 million persons) were distributed to white and black races in
 proportion to the distribution of persons of Hispanic origin who reported
 their race to be white or black.  This procedure was done for each age-sex
 group.  As a result of this procedure, 5.7 million persons were added to the
 white population,and about 135,000 persons were added to black population.
 Persons who marked the "other" race category and who reported that they were
 not of Spanish origin (about 916,000 persons) were distributed as follows:
 20 percent in each age-sex group were added to the category "Asian and
 Pacific Islander" and 80 percent were added to the "white" category.1/
 The count of American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts was not affected by these
 procedures.

 Rates for 1971-79 have been revised based on revised population for those
 years which are consistent with the 1980 census levels.1/  The 1980 census
 enumerated approximately 5.5 million persons more than were previously
 estimated for April 1,1980 2/

 1/ U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Preliminary estimates of the population of
 the United States, by age, sex, and race:  1970-1981.  Current Population
 Reports.  Series P-25, No. 917.  Washington.  U.S. Government Printing
 Office,
 July 1982.

 2/ U. S. Bureau of the Census:  Coverage of the national population in the
 1980 census, by age, sex, and race:  Preliminary estimates by demographic
 analysis.  Current Population Reports.  Series P-23, No. 115.  Washington.
 U.S. Government Printing Office, Feb. 1982.


Addendum 1981


 1981 Addendum to Technical Appendix

     1981 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
              United States,  Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To assist the users of the mortality public-use tapes, attached is a copy of
 the lastest "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the United States,
 1985, Volume II, Mortality, Part A.  This technical appendix provides certain
 qualifications that are essential to using, analyzing, and interpreting the
 data on those tapes.  Certain modifications to the attached technical
 appendix are essential to make it applicable to the mortality file for the
 1981 data year.Those modifications, which will appear in the printed version
 of the 1985 technical appendix, include the following:

     1.   Vital Statistics Cooperative Program.  In 1981, 45 States
          furnished demographic data on computer tape and 16 of these States
          also furnished cause-of-death data on computer tape through the
          Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP).The following States
          were added to the VSCP in 1980 and 1981.

     State-coded
     demographic
     data                                State-coded medical data

     1980                        1980                               1981

     Arkansas                    Colorado         Mississippi        Maine
     New Mexico                  Kansas           New Hampshire
     South Dakota                Massachusetts    Pennsylvania
                                 Minnesota        South Carolina

     2.   The following IS VSCP States submitted precoded demographic data
 for all deaths and precoded cause-of-death data for part of the deaths
 along with copies of the original certificates from which NCHS coded
 the remaining medical data:  Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho,
 Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island,
 Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Nest Virginia.  The remaining 14
 VSCP States submitted only precoded demographic data:  Alaska,
 Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New
 Mexico, New York, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming.

          For the five States and the District of Columbia which were not
          participants in the VSCP in 1981, NCHS coded all the demographic
          data and all or part of the cause-of-death data.

 Population Bases for Computing Rates:

 The population used for computing rates shown in this report (furnished by
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census) represents the population residing in the
 specified area. Death rates for 1981 are based on populations estimated as of
 July 1, 1981.1/  The estimates are based on the 1980 census count. The 1980
 census counts by race were modified to be consistent with Office of Management
 and Budget categories and historical categories for mortality data. The
 modification procedures are discussed in detail in a Census Bureau report.2/


  1. U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Estimates of the population of the United
     States, by age, race, and sex:  1980 to 1982.  Current Population
     Reports.  Series P-25, No. 929, Washington, U.S. Government Printing
     Office, 1983.

  2. U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Preliminary estimates of the population of
     the United States by age, sex, and race:  1970-1981.  Current Population
     Reports.  Series P-25, No. 917.  Washington.  U.S. Government Printing
     Office.


Addendum 1982


 1982 Addendum to Technical Appendix

    1982 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of
       the United States,  Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To  assist users of the mortality public-use tapes, attached is a
 copy  of  the  latest "Technical  Appendix"  of  Vital Statistics of the
 United  States,  1985,  Volume II  Mortality,   Part  A.   This
 technical  appendix  provides  certain  qualifications  that  are
 essential to using, analyzing, and interpreting the data on those
 tapes.  Certain modifications to the attached  technical appendix
 are essential to make it applicable to the mortality file for the
 1982 data year.  Those modifications, which will  appear  in  the
 printed  version  of  the  1985  technical  appendix, include the
 following:

 I.  Sources of data

 Mortality data are provided by States in the Vital Statistics
 Cooperative Program (VSCP), as well  as  non-VSCP  States.  These
 areas and changes since 1979, are shown below:

   A.  Areas in the VSCP.

       In 1982, 46 States, New York City, and Puerto Rico were included
       in the VSCP. The following States were added during 1980-82:

       Stated-coded demographic    State-coded medical data

       1980          1982           1980                         1981

       Arkansas      North Dakota   Colorado      Mississippi    Maine
       New  Mexico                  Kansas        New Hampshire
       South Dakota                 Massachusetts Pennsylvania
                                    Minnesota     South Carolina

       Of the States in the VSCP, the following 16 submitted demographic
       and cause-of-death data for all death certificates on computer
       tape: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts,
       Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
       North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia,
       and Wisconsin.


       The following 16 States submitted demographic data for all death
       certificates, and cause-of-death data for 50-percent of their
       mortality file along with copies of the original certificates
       from which NCHS coded the cause of death data for the remainder
       of the file:  Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Illinios,
       Indiania, Kentucky, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma,
       Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and West Virginia.


       The remaining 14 VSCP States, New York City, and Puerto Rico,
       which submitted only precoded demographic data, included the
       following: Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Missouri,
       Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, South Dakota,
       Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming.

    B. Areas not in the VSCP

       For the four States (Arizona, California, Delaware, and Georgia),
       the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Guam which
       were not participants in the VSCP in 1982, NCHS coded all the
       demographic data and cause-of-death data.  Data for Puerto Rico,
       the Virgin Islands, and Guam are not available on public-use
       data tapes.

 II.  Classification of data

 Place of death and status of decedent.--These data were obtained
 from the following two items that appear on the U.S. Standard
 Certificate of Death:
 Page 3

     Item 7c)   Hospital or other institution--Name (if not in
                either, give street and number)


     Item 7d)   If hosp. or inst. Indicate DOA, OP/Emer.Rm.,
                Inpatient (Specify)

 All of the States and the District of Columbia have item 7c (or its
 equivalent) on the death certificate.  For the 46 States in the
 Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP), NCHS accepts the
 the  State  definition, classification, or codes for hospitals,
 medical centers, or other institutions.  For the remaining four
 States and the District of Columbia not in the VSCP, NCHS classifies
 and codes to a hospital or medical center according to whether the
 terms "hospital" or "medical center" are entered as part of the
 name in item 7c or its equivalent.  If the terms "hospital" or
 "medical center" are not entered as part of the name, then the entry
 is coded appropriately to one of the following: (1) other insitutions,
 (2) all other reported entries, or (3) unknown, not stated--depending
 upon the information entered in item 7c on the certificate.

 The following 42 States (including New York City) have item 7d or
 its equivalent on their death certificates:

               Alaska                    Nevada
               Arizona                   New Hampshire
               Arkansas                  New Jersey
               Colorado                  New Mexico
               Connecticut               New York
               Florida                   North Carolina
               Georgia                   North Dakota
               Hawaii                    Ohio
               Idaho                     Oregon
               Illinois                  Pennsylvania
               Indiana                   Rhode Island
               Iowa                      South Carolina
               Kansas                    South Dakota
               Kentucky                  Tennessee
               Louisiana                 Utah
               Maine                     Vermont
               Michigan                  Virginia
               Mississippi               Washington
               Missouri                  West Virginia
               Montana                   Wisconsin
               Nebraska                  Wyoming

 Effective with data for  1980,  the  coding of place of death and
 status of decedent was changed.  A new coding category was added:
 "Dead  on  arrival-hospital,  clinic,  medical  center  name  not
 given." Deaths coded to this category are  tabulated  as "Dead on
 arrival"  (table-28)  and  "Not  in  hospital  or medical center"
 (table  1-29).  Had the 1979 coding categories been  used,  these
 deaths would  have  been  tabulated  as  "Place  unknown" in both
 tables.

 III.  Population Bases for Computing Rates:

 The  population  used  for  computing rates shown in this  report
 (furnished  by the U.S. Bureau  of  the  Census)  represents  the
 population residing  in the specified area.  Death rates for 1982
 are based on populations  estimated  as  of  July 1, 1982.1,2 The
 estimates are based on the 1980 census count.   The  1980  census
 counts  by  race  were  modified  to be consistent with Office of
 Management and Budget categories and  historical  categories  for
 death  data.  The modification procedures are discussed in detail
 in a Census Bureau report.3

 1.   U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Estimates of the population of the
      United States, by age, sex, and race: 1980 to 1982. Current
      Population Reports.  Series P-25, No. 949, Washington.  U.S.
      Government Printing Office, May, 1984.


 2.   U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Estimates of the population of
      States, by age:  July 1, 1981, to 1983.  Current Population
      Reports.  Series P-25, No. 951, Washington.  U.S. Government
      Printing Office, May 1984.


 3.   U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Preliminary estimates of the population
      of the United States by age, sex, and race:  1970 to 1981.
      Current Population Reports.  Series P-25, No. 917. Washington.
      U.S. Government Printing Office, July 1982.


Addendum 1983


 1983 Addendum to Technical Appendix

     1983 Addendum to "Technical  Appendix" of Vital Statistics
      of the United States, Volume 11, Mortality, Part A

 To  assist  the  users of the mortality  public-use  data  tapes,
 attached  is  a  copy   of  the  latest "Technical  Appendix"  of  Vital
 Statistics of the United States, 1980, volume II, Mortality, Part
 A.  This technical appendix  provides certain qualifications that
 are essential to using, analyzing,  and  interpreting the data on
 those  tapes.   Certain modifications to the  attached  technical
 appendix are essential  to  make  it  applicable to the mortality
 file  for  the 1983 data year.  Those modifications,  which  will
 appear in the  printed  version  of  the 1985 technical appendix,
 include the following;

 I.  Sources of data

 Mortality data are provided by States  in  the  Vital  Statistics
 Cooperative  Program  (VSCP),  as  well  as non-VSCP States. These
 areas and changes since 1980, are shown below:

     A.  Areas in the VSCP.

         In 1983, 46 States, New York City, and Puerto Rico were
         included in the VSCP.  The following States were added
         during 1981-83:

         State-coded demographic data    State-coded medical data
         1982                            1981
         North Dakota                    Maine

         Of the States in the VSCP, the following 16 submitted
         demographic and cause-of-death data for all death certificates
         on computer tape: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine,
         Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska,
         New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
         Virginia, and Wisconsin.

        The remaining 30 VSCP States submitted demographic data for
        all deaths along with copies of the original certificates
        from which NCHS coded the cause-of-death data: Alabama, Alaska,
        Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois,
        Indiania, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New
        Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma,
        Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah,
        Vermont Washington, West Virgina, and Wyoming.

     B. Areas not in the VSCP

        For the four States (Arizona, California, Delaware, and
        Georgia), the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and
        the Guam which were not participants in the VSCP in 1983, NCHS
        coded all the demographic data and cause-of-death data. Data
        for Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam are not available
        on public-use data tapes.

 II.  Classification of data

 Place of death and status of decedent.--These data were obtained
 from the following two items that appear on the U.S. Standard
 Certificate of Death:
     Item 7c)       Hospital or other institution--Name (if not in
                    either, give street and number)

     Item 7d)       If hosp. or inst. Indicate DOA, OP/Emer.Rm.,
                    Inpatient (Specify)

 All of the States and the District of Columbia have  item  7c (or
 its  equivalent) on the death certificate.  For the 46 States in
 the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP), NCHS accepts the
 the State  definition,  classification,  or  codes for hospitals,
 medical  centers,  or other institutions. For the  remaining four
 States  and the District  of  Columbia  not  in  the  VSCP,  NCHS
 classifies  and  codes to a hospital or medical center according to
 whether the terms "hospital"  or "medical center" are entered as
 part  of the name in Item 7c or its  equivalent.  If  the  terms
 "hospital"  or  "medical  center"  are not entered as part of the
 name,  then  the  entry  Is coded appropriately  to  one  of  the
 following:   (1)  other  institutions,  (2)  all  other  reported
 entries, or (3) unknown, not stated--depending upon the information
 entered in item 7c on the certificate.

 The following 42 States (including New York City) have item 7d or
 its equivalent on their death certificates:

               Alaska                    Nevada
               Arizona                   New Hampshire
               Arkansas                  New Jersey
               Colorado                  New Mexico
               Connecticut               New York
               Florida                   North Carolina
               Georgia                   North Dakota
               Hawaii                    Ohio
               Idaho                     Oregon
               Illinois                  Pennsylvania
               Indiana                   Rhode Island
               Iowa                      South Carolina
               Kansas                    South Dakota
               Kentucky                  Tennessee
               Louisiana                 Utah
               Maine                     Vermont
               Michigan                  Virginia
               Mississippi               Washington
               Missouri                  West Virginia
               Montana                   Wisconsin
               Nebraska                  Wyoming

 III.  Population Bases for Computing Rates:

 The population used for computing  rates  shown  in  this  report
 (furnished  by  the  U.S.  Bureau  of  the Census) represents the
 population residing in the specified area. Death  rates for 1983
 are  based  on  populations estimated as of July l, 1983.1,2  The
 estimates are based  on  the  1980 census count.  The 1980 census
 counts by race were modified to  be  consistent  with  Office  of
 Management  and  Budget  categories and historical categories for
 death data. The modification  procedures  are discussed in detail
 in a Census Bureau report.3

 References

 1.   U.S. Bureau of the Census: Estimates of the population of the
      United States, by age, sex, and race:  1980 to 1984. Current
      Population Reports.  Series P-25, No. 965, Washington.  U.S.
      Government Printing Office, March, 1985.

 2.   U.S. Bureau of the Census: State population estimates, by age
      and components of change: 1980 to 1984.  Current  Population
      Reports.  Series P-25, No. 970, Washington.  U.S. Government
      Printing Office, June 1985.

 3.    U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Preliminary estimates of the
       population of the United States by age, sex, and race; 1970 to
       1981. Current Population Reports.  Series P-25, No. 917.
       Washington.  U.S. Government  Printing Office, July 1982.


Addendum 1984
 

1984 Addendum to Technical Appendix

  1984 Addendum to  "Technical  Appendix"  of Vital Statistics of
       The United States,  Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To  assist  the  users  of the mortality public-use  data  tapes,
 attached  is a copy of the  latest "Technical  Appendix"  Of  the  Vital
 Statistics of the United States, 1985, Volume II, Mortality, Part
 A.  This technical  appendix provides certain qualifications that
 are essential to using,  analyzing,  and interpreting the data on
 those  tapes.  Certain modifications to  the  attached  technical
 appendix  are  essential  to  make it applicable to the mortality
 file  for the 1984 data year.  Those  modifications,  which  will
 appear  in  the  printed  version of the 1984 technical appendix,
 include the following:

 I.    Source of data

     A.  Areas in the VSCP

         In 1984, 46 States,  New York City, and Puerto Rico were
         included in the VSCP.  The following States were added
         during 1982-84:

         State-coded demographic data      Stated-coded medical data

         1982                              1983             1984
         North Dakota                      Minnesota        Maryland
                                                            New York
                                                            Vermont

         Of the States in the VSCP, the following 19 submitted
         demographic and cause-of-death data for all death certificates
         on computer tape: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine,
         Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
         Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsyl-
         vania, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

         The remaining 27 VSCP States submitted demographic data
         for all deaths along with copies of the original certificates
         from which NCHS coded the cause-of-death data:  Alabama,
         Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho,
         Illinois, Indiania, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nevada,
         New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
         Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washing-
         ton, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

     B.  Areas not in the VSCP.

         For the four States (Arizona, California, Delaware, and
         Georgia), the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands,
         and Guam which were not participants in the VSCP in 1984,
         NCHS coded all the demographic data and cause-of-death data.
         Data for Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam are
         not available on public-use data tapes.

 II.  Classification of data

 Place of death and status of decedent.--These data were obtained
 from the following two items that appear on the U.S. Standard
 Certificate of Death:

     Item 7c)   Hospital or other institution--Name (if not in
                either, give street and number)
     Item  7d)  If hosp. or inst. Indicate DOA, OP/Emer. Rm.,
                Inpatient (Specify)

 All of the States and the  District  of Columbia have item 7c (or
 its equivalent) on the death certificate.   For  the 46 States in
 the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP), NCHS accepts the
 State definition, classification, or codes for hospitals, medical
 centers,  or other institutions.  For the remaining  four  States
 and the District of Columbia not in the VSCP, NCHS classifies and
 codes to a  hospital  or  medical center according to whether the
 terms "hospital" or "medical  center"  are entered as part of the
 name in item 7c or its equivalent.  If the  terms  "hospital"  or
 "medical  center"  are  not entered as part of the name, then the
 entry is coded appropriately  to  one  of the following (1) other
 institutions, (2) all other reported entries, or (3) unknown, not
 stated--depending upon the information entered  in item 7c on the
 certificate.

 The following 42 States (including New York City) have item 7d or
 its equivalent on their death certificate:

                  Alaska                     Nevada
                  Arizona                    New Hampshire
                  Arkansas                   New Jersey
                  Colorado                   New Mexico
                  Connecticut                New York
                  Florida                    North Carolina
                  Georgia                    North Dakota
                  Hawaii                     Ohio
                  Idaho                      Oregon
                  Illinois                   Pennsylvania
                  Indiana                    Rhode Island
                  Iowa                       South Carolina
                  Kansas                     South Dakota
                  Kentucky                   Tennessee
                  Louisiana                  Utah
                  Maine                      Vermont
                  Michigan                   Virginia
                  Mississippi                Washington
                  Missouri                   West Virginia
                  Montana                    Wisconsin
                  Nebraska                   Wyoming

 III. Population bases for computing rates:

 The Population used for computing rates shown in this report
 (furnished  by  the  U.S.  Bureau  of the Census) represents  the
 population residing in the specified  area.  Death rates for 1984
 are based on populations estimated as of  July  1,  1984.1,2  The
 estimates  are  based  on the 1980 census count.  The 1980 census
 counts by race were modified  to  be  consistent  with  Office of
 Management  and  Budget categories and historical categories  for
 death data. The modification  procedures  are discussed in detail
 in a Census Bureau report.3

 Population  estimates  for 1984 used to compute  death  rates
 incorporate new estimates for net emigration and net undocumented
 immigration.  For  most  age-race-sex   groups,   differences  in
 population  estimates  for  1984 based on the new assumptions  as
 compared with the previous assumptions  regarding  migration  are
 small.   Death  rates  for  1984,  therefore,  are  not  strictly
 comparable  with those of previous year; although trends for  the
 total  population   and   most   age-race-sex   groups   are  not
 substantially affected. For additional detail, see the report  of
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census.1

 References

 1.  U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Estimates of the population of
     the United States, by age, sex, and race:  1980 to 1985.
     Current Population Reports.  Series P-25, No. 985, Washington.
     U.S. Government Printing Office, Mar. 1986.

 2.  U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Press release CB85-229 (December
     30, 1985) to be published in Current Population Reports.
     Series P-25.

 3.  U.S. Bureau of the Census:  Preliminary estimates  of  the
     population of the United States by age, sex, and race: 1970 to
     1981.  Current Population Reports. Series P-25, No. 917.
     Washington.  U.S. Government Printing Office, July 1982.



Addendum 1985

 1985 Addendum to Technical Appendix

  1985 Addendum to "Technical Appendix" of Vital Statistics of the
         United States, Volume II, Mortality, Part A

 To assist the users of the mortality public-use data tapes, attached is a
 copy of the latest "Technical Appendix" of the Vital Statistics of the
 United
 States, 1985, Volume II, Mortality, Part A.  This technical appendix
 provides certain qualifications that are essential to using, analyzing, and
 interpreting the data on those tapes.  Certain modifications to the
 attached technical appendix are essential to make it applicable to the
 mortality file for the 1985 data year.  Those modifications, which will
 appear in the printed version of the 1985 technical appendix, include the
 following:

 I.  Source of data

    In 1985, all the States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
    were included in the VSCP.  The following States were added for 1984
    and 1985:

    State-coded demographic data            Stated-coded medical data
    1985                                    1984

    Arizona                                 Maryland
    California                              New York
    Delaware                                Vermont
    District of Columbia
    Georgia

    For 1985, of the States in the VSCP, the following 19 submitted
    precoded medical data for all death certificates on computer tape:
    Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
    Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York,
    North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and
    Wisconsin.

    The remaining 31 VSCP States and the District of Columbia submitted
    copies of the original certificates from which NCHS coded the medical
    data:  Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut,
    Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,
    Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North
    Dakota,  Ohio,  Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee,
    Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

    All States submitted precoded demographic data for all death
    certificates on computer tape in 1985.

    Data for Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam are not available
    on the mortality public-use data tapes.

 II. Classification of data

    A.  Hispanic origin.

        Mortality statistics for the Hispanic-origin population for 1985
        are based on information for those States and the District of
        Columbia that included items on the death certificate to identify
        Hispanic or ethnic origin of decedents.  For 1985, data were
        obtained from the District of Columbia and the following 22
        States:  Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii,
        Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada,
        New Jersey, New Mexico, New York (including New York City), North
        Dakota, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.  The same areas
        provided this information for 1984, the first year for which these
        data appear on the mortality public-use data tapes.

        For 1985, mortality data published in Vital Statistics of the
        United States (VSUS) tables 1-33 and 2-18 are based on deaths to
        residents of all 22 reporting States and the District of Columbia.
        In tables 1-34, 2-19, 2-20, and 2-21 mortality data for the
        Hispanic-origin population are based on deaths to residents of 17
        reporting States and the District of Columbia whose data were at
        least 90 percent complete and considered to be sufficiently
        comparable to be used for analysis.  The 17 States are as follows:
        Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii,
        Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York
        (including New York City), North Dakota, Ohio, Taxas, Utah, and
        Wyoming.  Excluded from these tables are data for New Mexico
        because the format for the Hispanic item on the New Mexico death
        certificate departs sufficiently from that of other areas to
        result in non-comparable data.  In addition, in tables 1-33 and 1-
        34 for New Mexico, no deaths are shown for the category "not
        stated" origin.  Because of the way in which the item on the death
        certificate for New Mexico is worded, it was not possible to
        determine if a blank entry represented a response of "non-Hispanic
        origin" or of "unknown origin." Accordingly, blank entries were
        coded to "non-Hispanic." The data for four other States--Maine,
        Nevada, New Jersey, and Tennessee--are excluded from these tables
        because of the large proportion of deaths (in excess of ten
        percent) occurring in these States for which Hispanic-origin was
        not stated or unknown.

        Infant mortality rates for Hispanic-origin population published in
        VSUS, 1985 are based on numbers of resident infant deaths reported
        as Hispanic-origin and numbers of resident live births by Hispanic
        origin of mother for the 17 reporting States and the District of
        Columbia.  In computing infant mortality rates, deaths and live
        births of unknown origin are not distributed among the specified
        Hispanic and non-Hispanic groups.  



This page last reviewed: Thursday, January 28, 2016
This information is provided as technical reference material. Please contact us at cwus@cdc.gov to request a simple text version of this document.
TOP