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Camberwell 1894(1894-95)

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Camberwell.

Published
1895
Pages
35
Tables
25

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25 tables in this report

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    Table I.—Populations of London and of its Groups of Districts at Censuses of 1881 and 1891.
    London.West D.North D.Central D.East D.South D.
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    Table II.—Births, Deaths, Birth-rates and Death-rates of London and its Groups of Districts for 1894.
    London.West D.North D.Centr'l DEast D.South D.Metropolitan hospitals outside London
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    Table III.—Mortality of chief Zymotic Diseases in London for 10 Years.
    Hooping Cough.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Fever.Small Pox.Influenza.
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    Table IV.—Populations of Camberwell and its Sub-Districts.
    Parish.DulwichCamberwell.Peckh'mSt. George's.
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    Table V.—Births in Camberwell and its Sub-Districts.
    ParishDulwichCamberwellPeckhamSt. George's
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    Table VI.—Birth-rates of Camberwell and its Sub-Districts.
    Parish.Dulwich.Camberwell.Peckham.St. George's.
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    Table VII.—Re-distribution of Deaths among Sub-Districts of Camberwell.
    Deaths returned.Deaths in W. H. and L. A.Deaths in W. H. and L. A. subtracted.Deaths in W H. and L. A. redistributedEstimates of Deaths due to Subdistricts.
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    Table VIII.—Death-rates in Camberwell and its Sub-Districts.
    Parish.DulwichCamberwell.Peckham.St. George's
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    TABLE XI. ANNUAL MORTALITY RETURN OF ZYMOTIC DISEASES, FROM 1856 (inclusive).
    Year.Hooping Cough.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Fever.Small Pox.Diarrhœa.
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    TABLE XII. MORTALITY RETURNS OF ZYMOTIC DISEASES QUARTERLY FOR THE LAST SIX YEARS.
    Year.Hooping Cough.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Fever.Small Pox.Diarrhœa.Influenza.
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    TABLE XIII. RETURN OF WORK PERFORMED IN THE SANITARY DEPARTMENT FORM THE 1ST JANUARY, 1894, TO THE 31ST DECEMBER, 1894, BOTH INCLUSIVE. PUBLIC HEALTH (LONDON) ACT, 1891.
    TABLE A. Description of Work.Inspectors.
    Stevenson.Groom.Pointon.Dewey.Eagle.Chadderton.Shapley.ScudamoreCollins.Heath.Kerslake.Morley.Homer.Farmer.Total.
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    TABLE XIII.—Continued.
    TABLE C. Description of Work.Inspectors.Total.
    Stevenson.Groom.Pointon.Dewey.Eagle.Chadderton.Shapley.ScudamoreCollins.Heath.Kerslake.Morley.Homer.Farmer.
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    TABLE XIV.
    Public Health (London) Act, 1891.Small Pox.Scarlet Fever.Typhoid Fever.Typhus Fever.Puerperal Fever.Relapsing and Continued Fever.Diphtheria.Erysipelas.English Cholera.
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    TABLE XV. RETURN OF HOUSES AND ARTICLES OF BEDDING, CLOTHING, &C., WHICH HAVE BEEN DISINFECTED AFTER INFECTIOUS DISEASE BY ASHLEY YATES AND THE DISINFECTING STAFF, FROM 1st JANUARY TO 31ST DECEMBER, 1894.
    Houses Disinfected.ARTICLES DISINFECTED.ARTICLES DESTROYED.Compensation allowed for the articles destroyed.
    Lots, includingBeds.Blankets.Sheets.Pillows and Cushions.Mattresses.Palliasses.Bolsters.Counterpanes.Wearing Apparel.Beds.BlanketsSheets.Pillows and Cushions.Mattresses.Bolsters.Counterpanes.Palliasses.Wearing Apparel.
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    Year.Rateable Value.POOR RATE.GENERAL AND SCHOOL BOARDLighting.Sew'rsMain Drainage and Consolidated.Total in the £Death Rate.
    Poor.Police.County.Public Libraries.Baths & Washhouses.General.School Board
    £s.d.s.d.d.s.d.d.d.s.d.s.d.d.d.d.s.d.
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    Number of Votes Received by the Elected Membebs Of the Vestry from 1855 to 1894, UNDER THE METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT ACT, AND LOCAL Government ACT, 1894.
    Ward1 Elected.2 Elected.3 Elected.4 Elected.5 Elected.6 Elected.7 Elected.8 Elected.
    Year.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.
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    Ward1 Elected.2 Elected.3 Elected.4 Elected.5 Elected.6 Elected.7 Elected.8 Elected.
    Year.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.Highest.Lowest.
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    VESTRY ELECTION, 1894. The following table contains a complete list of the candidates who went to the poll at the first election under the Local Government Act, 1894, on 15th December, 1894. The voting was by ballot.
    Wards. 1.Names of Candidates.Places of Abode. 4.Number of Votes recorded. 5.Names of Candidates elected. 6.
    Surnames. 2.Other Names. 3.
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    Wards.Names of Candidates.Places of Abode.Number of Votes recorded. 5Names of Candidates elected. 6
    Surnames. 2Other Names. 3
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    Wards. 1Names of Candidates.Places of Abode. 4Number of Votes recorded. 5Names of Candidates elected. 6
    Surnames. 2Other Names. 3
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    Wards. 1Names of Candidates.Places of Abode. 4Number of Votes recorded. 5Names of Candidates elected. 6
    Surnames. 2Other Names. 3
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    Wards 1Names of Candidates.Places of Abode. 4Number of Votes recorded. 5Name of Candidates elected. 6
    Surnames. 2Other Names. 3
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    AS AUDITORS.
    Wards. 1Names of Candidates.Places of Abode. 4Number of Votes recorded. 5Names of Candidates elected. 6
    Surnames. 2Other Names. 3
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    TABLE IX.—Returns of Births and Deaths for the Fifty-Two Weeks ending Saturday, December 29th, 1894.
    BIRTHS.DEATHS.
    ACCORDING TO AGE.ACCORDING TO DISEASES.
    MFMFMFMFUnder 1 Year.Between 1 and 5.Between 5 and 10.Between 10 and 20.Between 20 and 30.Between 30 and 40.Between 40 and 50.Between 50 and 60.Between 60 and 70.Between 70 and 80.Between 80 and 90.90 and upwards.Violence, Poison, and Accident.Premature Birth or Defective Vitality.Convulsions of Infancy.Child-birth.Erysipelas, Pyæmia, &c.Hooping Cough.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Typhoid Fever.Influenza.Small Pox.Tubercle.Cancer.Pneumonia, Bronchitis, &c.Diarrhœa, Dysentery, &c.Alcoholism.Congenital Syphilis.Chronic Diseases.
    Non-febrile affections.Puerperal Fever.Under 5 years.Over 5 years.Under 5.Over 5.
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    TABLE X.—Supplemental Return of the Deaths of Parishioners dying in Institutions outside the Parish.
    ACCORDING TO AGE.ACCORDING TO DISEASE.
    MFMFUnder 1 year.Between 1 and 5.Between 5 and 10.Between 10 and 20.Between 20 and 30.Between 30 and 40.Between 40 and 50.Between 50 and 60.Between 60 and 70.Between 70 and 80.Between 80 and 90.90 and upwards.Violence, Poison, and Accident.Premature Birth or Defective Vitality.Convulsions of Infancy.Child-Birth.Erysipelas, Pyæmia, &c.Hooping Cough.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Typhoid Fever.Influenza.Small Pox.Tubercle.Cancer.Pneumonia, Bronchitis, &c.Diarrhœa, Dysentery, &c.Alcoholism.Congenital Syphilis.Chronic Diseases.
    Non-febrile affections.Puerperal Fever.Under 5 years.Over 5 years.Under 5 years.Over 5 years.