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St George (Southwark) 1895

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

Published
1896
Pages
182
Tables
116

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    The total Meeting during the above period were as follows:-
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    Return of Attendances at Vestry and Committee Meetings —Continued
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    RETURN OF VESTRYMEN'S ATTENDANCES, AT VESTRY AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS, March 26th, 1895, to March 25th, 1896.
    NAME.Ward.Vestry and Committee of Whole Vestry.STANDING COMMITTEES.Baths and Wash-houses.Bye-LawsSPECIAL COMMITTEES.Appointment of Surveyor.Mr. Ratclitfe's Claim.Superannuation of Vestry Clerk.Appointment of Vestry Clerk.Death of Horse.Lighting.Revision of Work.Surveyor's Papers.SUB-COMMITTEES.Water Supply.Combined Drainage.Police Complaint re Belvedere Place.Fodder.Total ACTUAL Attendances at Vestry and Committees.TotalPOSSIBLE Attendances at Vestry and Committees.NAME.
    Works.Public Health and Sewers.General Purposes and Trees and Open Spaces.Finance.Sanitary Inspector.Ladies' Lavatory.Reception House.Organisation of Office.Vacant Land.Charities.Surveyor's Duties.Collection of Dust.Kell Street Demolition.Stationery and Printing.Surveyor's Office and Clerk.Appointment of Messenger.
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    ACCOUNT IN ABSTRACT. Shewing the RECEIPT and EXPENDITURE of the Vestry under the Metropolis Local Managemeut Act, for the Year ending 25th day of March, 1896. 18 & 19 Vict. c. 120, s. 196.
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    1st—MONEYS OWING TO THE VESTRY
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    2nd—LIABILITIES OF THE VESTRY.
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    LIABILITIES AND DEBTS OWING BY THE VESTRY (Continued)
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    LIABILITIES AND DEBTS OWING BY THE VESTRY (Continued)
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    MACADAM CARRIAGEWAYS.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Steam Roller.Total.
    1895£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    GRANITE CUBE CARRIAGEWAYS.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d
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    WOOD BLOCK CARRIAGEWAYS.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d£s.d.£s.d.
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    CURBS AND CHANNELS.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£8.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    YORK AND VICTORIA FOOTWAYS.
    Date.Job.Labor.Establishment charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£8.d.
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    ASPHALTE FOOTWAYS.
    Date.Job.Labor.Establishment charges.Material.Cartage.Use of Furnace.Total.
    1895.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS TO PREMISES.-SUMMARY.
    Labor.Establishment charges.Material.Cartage.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    SUNDRIES.
    Date.Labor.Establishment charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1894.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    SUNDRY LABORS.
    Labor.Establishment Charges.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    WHEELWRIGHT AND SMITHS DEPARTMNENT. Summary of Work Executed.
    Date.Labour.Establishment chargesMaterial,Total.Total.
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    PRIVATE PAVING WORK.
    Date.Labor.Establishment charges. °Material.Cartage.Use of Furnace.Credit.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£sd.
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    SUMMARY-ROADS DEPARTMENT.
    Labour.Establishment charges.Material.Cartage.Steam roller.Use of furnaceI Credit.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    CONSTRUCTING NEW GULLIES.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges;Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
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    DRINAGE WORKS-REPAIRS AND RECONSTRUCTION.
    Date.Job.Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    PRIVATE WORKS.
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    FLUSHING AND CLEARING SEWERS.
    1896£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    PRIVATE WORK.
    Date.JOB.Owner or Applicant.Cost.
    1895£s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Date.JOB.Owner or Applicant.Cost.
    1895£s.d.
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    SUNDRIES.
    Date.Job.Labour. •Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    1895.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    SEWERS DEPARTMENT. SUMMARY.
    Labour.Establishment Charges.Material.Cartage.Credit.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    HORSE REPORT.
    No.Name of Horse.Bought ofCost. £Date of Death or Sale.Amount Sold for.
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    Statement shewing quantities of Dust and Slop, carted to Mr. Murrell's Shoot, at Blackfriars Bridge Wharf.
    DUST.SLOP.
    Date.Wharf.No. of Loads.Total Tonnage.Average Weight per load.RateCost.No. of Loads.Total Tonnage.Average Weight per load.RateCost.
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    Statement shewing annual cost of Shoot for Dust and Slop since 1891.
    Year Ending.DUSTSLOP.TOTAL.
    Tons.Cwt.Qrs.£s.d.Tons.Cwt.Qrs.£s.d.Tons.Cwt.Qrs.£s.d
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    REVENUE & EXPENSES ACCOUNT SAINT GEORGE'S ROAD
    RECEIPTS for the Year ended MARCH 25th, 1896.PAYMENTS for the Year ended MARCH 25th, 1896.
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    REVENUE & EXPENSES ACCOUNT NEW ALLEY PREMISES.
    RECEIPTS for the Year ending MARCH 25th, 1896.PAYMENTS for the Year ending MARCH 25th, 1896.
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    Dr. WILLIAM NEVILLE, THOMAS HAYNES and RICHARD RAMSDEN FULTON, Churchwardens. Cr .
    1895. As to DELAFORCE'SCHARITY.
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    Dr. WILLIAM NEVILLE, THOMAS HAYNES AND RICHARD RAMSDEN FULTON, C HURCHWARDENS. Cr.
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    Dr. WILLIAM NEVILLE, THOMAS HAYNES AND RICHARD RAMSDEN FULTON, Churchwardens . Cr.
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    Dr. WILLIAM NEVILLE, THOMAS HAYNES & RICHARD RAMSDEN FULTON, Churchwardens . Cr.
    As to COWPER'SCHARITY.
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    Dr. THE TRUSTEES OF THOMAS DICKINSON'S CHARITY. Cr.
    1895.1895.
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    Dr. THE DRAPER'S COMPANY IN RESPECT OF JOHN WALTER'S TRUST. Cr.
    1895.1895.
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    Dr. THE DRAPER'S COMPANY IN RESPECT OF SAINT GEORGE THE MARTYR, SOUTHWARK, ALMSHOUSES. Cr.
    1895.1895.
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    Dr. THE OVERSEERS AS TO THE GENERAL HATE. Collected between March 26th, 1895, and March 25th, 1896. Cr.
    RECEIPTS.PAYMENTS.
    1895.1895.
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    Dr. THE OVERSEERS AS TO THE SEWERS RATE made between March 26th, 1895, and March 25th, 1896. Cr.
    RECEIPTS.PAYMENTS.
    1895.1895.
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    Dr. THE 0VERSEERS IN ACCOUNT WITH THE POOR RATE, for the Half Year ending Michaelmas, 1895. Cr.
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    THE OVERSEERS IN ACCOUNT WITH THE POOR RATE, for the Half-Year ending Lady-day, 1896. Cr.
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    An Account of the Parochial Rates and of the Collection and Balancing thereof respectively.
    RATES.COLLECTION.
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    An Account of the Parochial Rates and of the Collection and Balancing thereof respectively.
    RATES.COLLECTION.
    Made on the 6th day of July, 1895.Poor rate. 14d. in the £.General rate. 9d. in the £.Sewers rate. 1d in the £Totals. 2s. 0d. in the £.poor rate.General rate.Sewers rate.Totals.
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    An Account of the Parochial Rates and of the Collection and Balancing thereof respectively.
    RATES.COLLECTION.
    Made on the 5th day of October, 1895.Poor rate. 12d. in the £.General rate. 8\d. in the £.Sewers rate. 1 \d in the £Totals. 22d. in the £.Poor rate.General rate.Sewers rats.Totals.
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    An Account of the Parochial Rates and of the Collection and Balancing thereof respectively.
    RATES.COLLECTION.
    Made on the 4th day of January, 1896.POOR rate. 11d. in the £.General rate. 9d. in the £.Sewers rate. 1d in the £Totals. 1s. 9d. in the £.Poor rate.General rate.Sewers rate.Totals.
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    Receipts, Expenditure, Balances and Liabilities of the Guardians of St. Saviour's Union. For the Half Year ended ??? Michaelmas, 1895.
    PARISHES.BALANCE in favour of each Parish at the commencemen t of this Half Year.RECEIPTS.BALANCE against each Parish at the end of this Half Year.Total.BALANCE against each Parish at the commencement of this Half-year.EXPENDITURE.BALANCE in favour of each Parish at the end of this Half-year.Total.
    Contributions paid during this Half Year.All other Receipts.Common Charges.Separate Charges.Workhouse Loan and Interest RepaidCounty Rate.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d£s.d.
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    For the Half Year ended Lady-day, 1896.
    PARISHES.BALANCE in favour of each Parish at the commencement of this Half-Year.RECEIPTS.BALANCE against each Parish at the end of this Half Year.Total.BALANCE against each Parish at the commencement of this Half-year.EXPENDITURE.BALANCE in favour of each Parish at the end of this Half-year.Total.
    Contributions paid during this Half-Year.All other Receipts.Common Charges.Separate Charges.Loans and Interest RepaidCounty Rate.
    £s.d£s.d.£.s.d£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    Particulars of Common Charge of the St. Saviour's Union.
    For the Half Year ending Michaelmas, 1895.For the Half Year ending Lady-Day, 1896.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half Year ending 25th March, 1895.
    Dr RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure ana Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half-Year ending 25th March, 1805 —continued.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half-Year ending 25th March, 1895 Continued.
    RECEIPTS. Dr.EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure, and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half Year 25th March; 189 5—Continued.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.. EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    Outstanding Liabilities of School Board for London. For the Half Year ending 25th March, 1895. For the Half Year ending 25th March, 1895— Continued.
    LIABILITIES FOR LOANS.LIABILITIES FOR LOANS.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half Year ending 29th September, 1895.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half-Year ending 29th September, 1895— continued.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half-Year ending 29th September, 1895— Continued.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    Account of the Income, Expenditure, and Liabilities of the School Board for London. For the Half Year 29th September, 1895— Continued.
    RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE. Cr.
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    STATEMENT OF STOCK SHARE AND LOAN CAPITAL on 30th September, 1895
    Acts of Parliament authorising the raising of CapitalDescription of Capital.Maximum Dividend authorised.No. of Shares issued.Nominal amount of Shares. £Called up per Share. £Total paid up. £Premiums included it) authorized Capital. £Remaining to be issued and Called up. £Total Amount authorised. £
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    STATEMENT of the LIABILITIES & ASSETS (Balance Sheet) on 30th September, 1895.
    LIABILITIES.ASSETS.
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    Dr. CAPITAL ACCOUNT for the Half-Year ending 30th September, 1895. Cr.
    Certified Expenditure 31st March, 1895.Expenditure during Half TearTotal Expenditure to Date of Accountcertified Receipts to the 31st March, 1895.Receipts during Half-Year.Total Receipts to Date of Account.
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    STATEMENT OF STOCK, SHAKE AND LOAN CAPITAL on 31st March, 1896^
    Acta of Parliament authorising the raising of Capital.Description of Capital.Maximum Dividend authorised.No. of Shares issued.Nominal amountof Shares. £Called up per Snare.£Total paid up.£Amount Issued hut not paid.£Remaining to be issuedand Called up. £Total Amount authorised. 1£
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    TATEMENT of the LIABILITIES & ASSETS (Balance Sheet) on 31st March, 1896.
    LIABILITIES.ASSETS.
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    CAPITAL ACCOUNT for the Half-Year ending 30st March, 1896. Cr.
    Certified Expenditure 30th Sept., 1895.Expenditurediiring Half YearTotalExpenditure to Date of AccountCertified Receipts to the 30th Sept., 189j.Receipts during Half-Year.Total Receipts to Date of Account.
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    Accounts of the Lambeth Water Works Company. For the Half Year ending, Bath September, 1895.
    Acta of Parliament authorising the raising of Capital.Description of Capital.Maximum Dividend authorised.No. of Shares issued.Nominal amount ofCalled up per Share.Total paid up.Amount Issued but not paid.Remaining to be issued and Called up.Total Amount authorised.To amount transferred to Dividend and Interest Account300000By Amount set aside to date out of Profits under Section 122 of the Companies' Clauses Act, 1845 (8 Vict. Cap 16.)475000
    Balance carried to next Account...175000
    ££££££
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    Dr. CAPITAL ACCOUNT for the Half-Year ending 30th Sept., 1895. Cr.
    Certified Expenditure 31st March, 1895.Expenditure during Half YearTotal Expenditure to Date of AccountCertified Receipts to the 31st March, 1890.Receipts during Half-Year.Total Receipts to Date of Account.
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    Accounts of the Lambeth 7ater Works Company. For the Half-Year ending! ilbth September, 1895—Continued.
    Dr REVENUE ACCOUNTCr The Half-Year ending 30th September, 1895. Qy
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    Dr. DIVIDEND AND INTEREST ACCOUNT If the Half-Year ending 30th September, 1895. Qy;
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    CAPITAL ACCOUNT for the Half-year ending 31st March, 1896.
    Dr.Cr.
    Certified Expenditure 30th Sept., 1895.Expenditure during Half YearTotal Expenditure to ' Date of Account-Certified Receipts to the 30th Sept., 1890.Receipts during Half-Year.Total Receipts to Date of Account.
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    CONTINGENCY FUND for the Half-Year ending 31st March, 1896.
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    STATEMENT of the LI ABILITIES & ASSETS (Balance Sheet) on 31st March, 1896.
    LIABILITIES.ASSETS.
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    STATEMENT OF SHARE AND LOAN CAPITAL on 31st March, 1896.
    Acta of Parliament authorising the raiding of Capital.Description of Capital.Maximum Dividend authorised.No. of Shares issued.Nominal amount of Shares.Called up per Share.Total paid up.Amount Issued hut not paid.Remaining to be issued and Called up.Total Amount authorised
    ££££££
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    Accounts of the Lambeth ter Works Company. For the Half-Year ending March 31st, 1896—Continued. Revenue account
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    Table I.
    Sub-District.Area in Acres.HOUSES.
    Inhabited, Uninhabited, Building, 1881.Inhabited, Uninhabited, Building, 1891.
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    Table II
    Sub-District.Birth-rate per 1,000.
    1893.1894.1895.
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    Table III.
    Sub-District.No. of Deaths.Death-rate per 1,000.Deaths under 1 year to 1,000 Births.
    1894.1895.1894.1895.1894.1895.
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    Table IV.
    Sub-District.Death-rate per 1,000.
    1892-3-4-51895
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    Table V.
    Years.St. George, Southwark.London.
    Death-rate per 1,000.Death-rate per 1,000.
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    Table VI.— For the Year 1895.
    Birth-rate per 1,000.Death-rate per 1,000.Zymotic death-rate.Influenza death-rate.Phthisis death-rate.Other Tubercular Diseases death-rate.Respiratory Diseases death-rate.Deaths under 1 year, to 1,000 births.Percentage of deaths under 5 to total deaths.
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    Table VII. Mortality in St. Georges, Southwark, in 1895, from the Seven Principal Zymotic Diseases.
    Actual number of Deaths in St. George's, Southwark.St. George's, Southwark, proportion to total London deaths according to its population.
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    Table VIII.
    Sub-District.No. of Deaths—1895.TotalNo. of Deaths—1894.Total
    BronchitisPneumoniaPhthisisBronchitisPneumoniaPhthisis
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    TABLE IX.
    Deaths 1892.Deaths 1893.Deaths 1894.Deaths 1895
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    TABLE X.
    Sanitary Area.Estimated Population middle of 1895.Persons to an Acre.Annual rate per 1,000 living.Deaths of Infants under 1 year of age to 1,000 Births.
    Deaths from all Causes.Deathsfr'm principal Zymotic Diseases
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    Table XI. TABLE OF DEATHS during the Year 1895, in the Metropolitan Sanitary District of St. George, Southwark; Classified According to Diseases, Ages, and Localities. (Prepared in accordance with the instructions of the Local Government Board.)
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics ; Public Institutions being shown as separate localities.MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES AT SUBJOINED AGES.MORTALITY FROM SUBJOINED CAUSES, DISTINGUISHING DEATHS OF CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS OF AGE.
    At all ages.Under 1 year.1 and under 55 and under 15.15 and under 2525 and under 6565 and upward .Small-pox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Measles.Whooping CoughDiarrhoea and Dysentery.Rheumatic Fever.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pleurisy.Heart Disease.Influenza.Injuries.All other Diseases.Total.
    Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.
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    Table XII. TABLE OF POPULATION, BIRTHS, AND OF NEW CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health, during the year, 1895, in the Metropolitan Sanitary District of St. George, Southwark; classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities. (Prepared in accordance with the instructions of the Local Government Board.)
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics ; Public Institutions being shown as separate localities.Population at all ages.Registered Births.Aged under 5 or over 5.New Cases of Sickness in each Locality coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of HealthNumber of such Cases Removed from their homes in the several Localities for treatment in Isolation Hospital.
    Small-pox.Scarlatina.DiphtheriaMembranous. Croup.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Small-pox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.CholeraErysipelas.
    Census 1891.Estimatedte middle of 1895.TyphusEnteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.TyphusEnteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal
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    TABLE XIII.
    Premises.Date of Ofiicial Representation.Result.
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    List of Slaughter-houses licensed by the London County Council, in October, 1895.
    Name.Situation.
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    List of Horse Knackers Yards licensed by the London County Council in October, 1895.
    Name.Situation.
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    List of Cow-houses licensed by the London County Council, in October, 1895.
    Name.Situation.
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    TABLE XIV.
    YearNo. of Cows.No. of Cowhouses.
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    List of Bakehouses under Inspection in St. George the Martyr, 1895.
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    I have received spontaneous information from the following metropolitan districts of small-pox cases in patients who have slept in the Shelter during the period of infection.
    Date of Information.Date in Shelter.
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    In a table by Drs. Ogle and Arlidge, comparing the mortality between persons of various occupations, we find the fifteen highest on the list :—
    Occupation.Mean Annual Death. rate per 1,000 living.Comparative mortality figure, 1,000
    Age. 25.45.Age. 45.65.Age. 25.65.
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    That alcohol has a share in the untoward result it is hardly possible to doubt. Some such relation of cause and effect may be traced in the following table :
    Occupation.Mean Annual Death-rate per 1,000 living.Comparative mortality figure, 1,000
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    If, on the other hand, the town labourer follow an outdoor occupation, his life still appears to be much shortened as compared with a corresponding class in the country. Thus, among the fifteen trades of heaviest mortality, we find:—
    Occupation.Mean Annual Death. rate per 1,000 living.Comparative mortality figure, 1,000
    Age. 25.45Age. 45.65Age. 25.65
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    An interesting illustration of the effect of drinking habits upon mortality may be drawn from the following table:— Comparative mortality figure 1,000.
    Occupation.Age. 25.65
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    Brief particulars of the cases, with results, are given in the following table:—
    CaskSituation.Result.Present Condition.Remarks.
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    Annual Report of the- Medical Officer of Health—1895.
    No of Infected Tenants.No. of Persons occupying Infected Tenements.
    Disease.One Room.Two Rooms.Three Rooms.Total.One Room.Two Rooms.Three Rooms.Total.
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    Return of Registered Common Lodging Houses in the Parish of St. George's, Southwark, within the Jurisdiction of the London County Council. (c.h.) signifies Coffee House.
    Reg. No.Date when registered.Name.Street or Place.Authorized No. of LodgersDate of Approval.
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    SAMPLES SUBMITTED TO THE PUBLIC ANALYST.
    Name of Sample.MargarineAdulterated.Unadulterated.Total.
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    APPENDIX B. Table I . Corrected Return of Cause of Death in the Registration Sub-Districts durinq the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.BOROUGH ROADLONDON ROADKent Road.
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    Table I. —(Continued.) Connected Return of Cause of Death in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    Table I.—(Continued). Corrected Return of Cause of Death in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1894.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    Table I. —(Continued). Corrected Return of Cause of Death in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    TABLE II. Summary of Return of Cause of Death (Corrected.)
    Cause of Death.Total.
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    Table III. Corrected Return of Cause of Death of Infants under One Year in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough roadlondon roadKent Road.
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    Table III. —(Continued.) Corrected Return of Cause of Death of Infants under One Year in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    Table III. —(Continued). Corrected Return of Cause of Death of Infants under One Year in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1894.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    Table III. —(Continued). Corrected Return of Cause of Death of Infants under One Year in the Registration Sub-Districts during the 52 Weeks ending December 31st, 1895.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Borough Road.London Road.Kent Road.
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    TABLE IV.—Z ymotic D iseases, 1895. Street List of Cases and Deaths from the undermentioned Diseases.
    Locality.Small Pox.Erysipelas.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Puerperal.Fever (Mostlr Enteric or Typhoid.)Locality.Small Pox.Erysipelas.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Puerperal.Fever (Mostly Enteric or Typhoid.)
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    TABLE IV.—Z ymotic D iseases , 1895.—(Continued.) Street List of Cases and Deaths from the undermentioned Diseases.
    Locality.Small Pox.ErysipelasScarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Puerperal.Fever (Mostly Enteric or Typhoid).Locality.Small Pox.Erysipelas.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Puerperal.Fever (Mostly Enteric or Typhoid).
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    The total Meetings during the above period were as follows:
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    Return of Attendances at Vestry and Committee Meetings—continued.