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St Pancras 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]

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Table 12b.—Intimations as to breaches of Statutes and Statutory By-laws served by the Sanitary Inspectors during the Year 1910.

BBreaches of Statutes and Statutory By-laws.Districts and Inspector-.Ward , N. G. R.Ward 2 (part of). W L. R.Ward 2 (part of). B. H.T.Ward 3 (part ot). C. H. J.ward 4. H. G. W.Ward 5, N. J. I. L.Ward 5, S. G. W. A.Ward 6 (part of). R.E. J.Ward 7, N. E. J. D.Ward 7, S. J. L.Ward 8, N. A. H. W.Ward 8, S. E. G. H.Food Places.Work Places. Women.Totals.
W. G.A. Part of Wards 3 & 6N. & E. H. R. CW. & S. J. O.
M. E. B.C. S. & Visitors.
1An occupied house without a proper and sufficient supply of water1-3-4-2-2--3-----15
2Water supply used for domestic purposes connected with cistern which is used for flushing the water-closet--1-2------------3
3Water-closet not supplied with a sufficient quantity of water for securing its effective action25301202161691379722----177
4Tank, cistern, or other receptacle for storing of water used or likely to be used by man for drinking purposes—dirty condition of2510563121-1131----50
5Tank, cistern, or other receptacle for storing water used or likely to be used by man for drinking purposes—absence of a proper cover to316241131-2-11-----35
6Tarnk, cistern, or other rece tacle for storing water used or likely to be used by man for drinking purposes placed in an improper osition1-3--------1-----5
7Animals so kept as to be likely to pollute the water supply----_--------------
8Offensive matters not deposited in manure receptacle1---------------1
9Manure not removed at proper intervals1-3-2-------6
10Manure—absence of proper receptacle for3-1-1-21---8
11Manure receptacle not properly constructed-12-----------3
12Sufficient drain to stables or cowshed—absence of a1--l
13Receptacle for house refuse—absence of a proper202410872271124314133643-314
14Receptacle for house refuse—absence of a proper cover for13612-41-----18
15Yard or open space unpaved21--3
16,, paving defective12181017812437152142----151
17Insufficient. water-closet accommodation to "lodging house"31010377121324457
18A furnace improperly constructed or negligently used1--------------1
19Effluvia arising from premises used for trade, business, or manufacture which is a nuisance dangerous to the inhabitants of the district----1----1-------2
20Offensive matters suffered to run out of trade premises into an uncovered place------------------
21Dairies and cowsheds—br ach of By-laws as to--------------
22Slaughterhouses—breach of By-laws as to------------1----1
23Steam whistle-use of a, without authority------------------
24Parts of houses infested with vermin requiring stripping, purifying, and cleansing814630517325621144-189
25Articles in an unwholesome condition requiring to be purified or destroyed12---4---7
26Other breaches352441182181443-69