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Barking 1896

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Barking]


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9 tables in this report

  • Page 3
    The Properties which have been thus inspected and reported upon to the District Council, with the action taken upon such report, are as follows:—
    Name of Property Inspected.Condition of Sewer.W.C. Accommodation and House Refuse Disposal.Action taken by District Council.
  • Page 9
    Notified Cases of Enteric Fever Occurring in the Urban District of Barking Town, from July 13th to October 2nd, 1896, Inclusive.
    No. of Date. Case.Name.Age.Residence.Where Treated.Result.Supposed Cause.Remarks.
  • Page 10
    The monthly returns for the disease are as follows :—
  • Page 10
    Diptheria and School Attendance. (The figures refer to Children under 15 years.)
  • Page 12
    Deaths from Zymotic Diseases :
  • Page 13
    Annual Death-Rates per 1,000 from All Causes, and from several Zymotic Diseases, during the year I89t>.
    All Causes.Principal Zymotic Diseases. (Cols. 3-9).Small-pox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Whooping Cough.Fever.Diarrhœa.Denths under 1 Year per 1000 Births.
  • Page 14
    Table of DEATHS during the Year 1896, in the Urban Sanitary District of Barking Town, Classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
  • Page 14
    Mortality from subjoined causes, distinguishing Deaths of Children Under Five Years of Age.
    Small Pox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.FEVERS.Cholera.Erysipelas.Measles.Whooping Cough.Diarrhoea and Dysentery.Rheumatic Fever.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Pleurisy.Heart Disease.Influenza.Injuries.All other Diseases.Total
    TyphusEnteric or Typhoid.ContinuedRelapsing,Puerpural.
  • Page 14
    New Cases of Sickness in each Locality coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health.
    Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Enteric or Typhoid.Puerpural.Erysipelas.liemoved to Isolation Hospital.
    Scarlatina.Diph_ theria.Enteric or Typhoid.