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St George (Southwark) 1868

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southwark, The Vestry of the Parish of St. George the Martyr]

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Removal of Nuisances.
REMOVAL OF NUISANCES.
IN THE SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

Besides those cases which have been remedied on the Officer's application without service of formal Notice, the following have passed through the Books within the Year ending March 25th, 1868.

Number of Cases.
Houses cleansed, throughout82
129
Apartments cleansed and disinfected23
Roofs repaired122
Gutters fixed or repaired22
Rain Pipes fixed or repaired13
Water Closets repaired8
Water Closets cleansed33
Drains opened and cleansed140
Drains repaired2
Yard Paving repaired43
Sinks trapped9
Yards limewashed108
Privies abolished and Water Closets formed21
Dust Bins provided or repaired118
Water Butts cleansed, repaired, or now Water Butts set up45
Service Pipes repaired10
Supply of Water provided39
Offensive accumulations removed8
Urinals cleansed2
Noxious Business abolished1
Piggeries abolished18
Cowsheds inspected10
Slaughter Houses inspected21
Horse Slaughterers' premises inspected2
Bakehouses inspected86
Single Private Drains connected to the Public Sewers32
Total1147
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JAMES SMITH, Inspector of Nuisances.


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