Table No. 13. HOUSES INSPECTED FROM 25th MARCH, 1896, TO 25th MARCH, 1897.
|East District.||West District.||Total.|
|Number of Houses Inspected||1,275||1,279||2,554|
|Re-inspections, Calls made, &c.||3,314||4,680||7,994|
|Visits to Slaughter-houses||6||12||18|
|,, Stables and Yards||44||55||99|
|,, Factories and Workshops||42||17||59|
|„ Horse Slaughterers||3||—||3|
|„ Courts and Alleys||33||95||128|
|„ Fields, Lanes, &c||29||1||30|
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N.B.—In addition, the various Fruiterers, Fishmongers and Provision Dealers
and other places where food is prepared for human consumption, have
been visited occasionally during the year.
The following have been destroyed as unfit for food : —
20 Baskets of Cherries.
CHARLES TURLE WILSON,}
ROBERT FISHER,} Sanitary Inspectors.