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Acton 1899

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Acton]


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8 tables in this report

  • Page 5
    The following table shows the number of the population and inhabited houses at the four preceding censusefs;—
    Year.Inhabited Houses.Population.
  • Page 6
    The following table shows the Births since 1890:—
    Year.Number of Births.
  • Page 9
    3. The amount of food to be given at each meal and the intervals between meals, should be as follows:-
    Age.Interval of Feeding.Average Amount at each Feeding.Average Amount in 24 hours.
  • Page 11
    The following table compares the death-rate of children under one year per 1,000 registered births, and the birth-rate for the last thirteen years:—
    Birth-rate per Thousand.Deaths of Children under 1 year. Per Thousand Registered Births.
  • Page 11
    The following table shows the various ages at which death occurred in the district:—
  • Page 12
    In the following table the death-rate and Zymotic death-rate are so arranged that comparison can be made for the last twelve years:—
    18881 18891890189118921893189418951896189718981899
  • Page 13
    The following table gives the number reported each year since the Act came into force.
  • Page 14
    HOSPITAL ISOLATION. The following patients were admitted into the Willesden Isolation Hospital during 1899:—