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Table No. 18, showing the total number examined, the total number exempted, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined for each class, of diseases and disabilities in the United States;also the total number examined, the total number exempted,and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined for each class of diseases and disabilities in each State, under the draft made under the call of July 18, 1864 (being the third draft made under the enrollment act).

Tables Nos. 19,20,21,22,23, and 24 relate to the fourth draft made under the call of December 19, 1864, and give the following information:

Table No. 19, showing, by Congressional districts of each State, the distinct diseases and disabilities, alphabetically arranged, for which drafted men were found unfit for military service; also the total number examined, the total number exempted, and the ratio exemptedned in each district, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made under he enrollment act).

Table No. 20, showing, by State, the distinct diseases and disabilities, alphabeti drafted men were found unfit for military service; also the total number examined, the total number exempted, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined in each State, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made, under the enrollment act).

Table No. 21, showing by Congressional districts of each State, the distinct diseases and disabilities, classified, for which drafted men were found unfit for military service; also the total number exempted in each district, the total number examined, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined in the United States, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made under the enrollment act).

Table No. 22, showing, by States, the distinct diseases and disabilities, classified, for which drafted men were found unfit for military service; also the total number exempted in each State, the total number examined, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined in the United States, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made under the enrollment act).

Table No. 23, showing the total number exempted, the total number examined, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined for each distinct disease and disability, alphabetically arranged, in the United States; also the total number exempted, the total number examined, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined for each distinct disease and disability, alphabetically arranged, in each State, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made under the enrollment act).

Table No. 24, showing the total number exempted, the total number examined,and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined for each class of diseases and disabilities in the United States; also the mpted, the total number examined, and the ratio exempted per 1,000 examined in each State, under the draft made under the call of December 19, 1864 (being the fourth draft made under the enrollment act).

In Tables Nos.25, 25,27 found the consolidated medical results of all the drafts made under the enrollment act, and from these tables may be learned the following statistical information:

Table No. 25, showing, by States, the distinct disease and disabilities, alphabetically arranged, for which drafted men were found unfit