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East Barnet Valley 1925

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Barnet]


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16 tables in this report

  • Page 12
    TABLE I.
    Month.Rainfall. Inches.Days Rain Fell.Mean Sunshine, hours per day.Day Farenheit Mean TemperatureNotification Certificates received during month.Deaths.
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    1.—Year.2.—Population estimated to Middle of each Year.Births.Total Deaths registered in the District.Transferable Deaths.Net Deaths belonging to the District.
    Under 1 year of age.At all Ages.
    3. Uncorrected Number.4.—Rate per 1,000.5.—Number.6.—Rate.7—Of Non-Residents registered in District.8.—Of Residents not registered in District.
    9.—Number.10.—Rate per 1,000 net Births.11.—Number.12.—Rate.
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    TABLE III. Notifications of infectious disease received during the year 1925.
    NOTIFIABLE DISEASE.At all ages.Under 1 year.1—5 years.5—15 years.15—25 years.25—45 years.45—65 years.65 and upwards.No. of cases removed to Hospital.
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    TABLE IV. Causes of and Ages at Death during the year 1925.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Net Deaths at the subjoined ages of Residents whether occurring within or without the District.
    All Ages.Under 1 year.1 and under 2.2 and under 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 45.45 and under 65.65 and upwards.Total Deaths in Public Institut'ns in the District.
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    TABLE V. Infantile Mortality, 1925. Net Deaths from stated causes at various Ages under 1 Year of Age.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Under 1 week. 1—2 weeks.2—3 weeks.3—4 weeks.Total under 4 weeks.1—3 months.3—6 months.6—9 months.9—12 months.Total under 1 year.
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    TABLE VI. Tuberculosis. New Cases and Mortality during 1925.
    Pulmonary.N on-Pulmonary.Pulmonary.Non-Pulmonary.
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    I.—Inspection of Factories, Workshops and Workplaces Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspectors or Inspectors of Nuisances.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written Notices.Prosecutions.
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    2.Defects found in Factories, Workshops and Workplaces.
    Particulars.Number of Defects.Number of Prosecutions.
    Found.Remedied.Referred to H.M. Inspector.
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    Workshops on the Register (S. 131) at end of year.Number.
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    Disinfection figures for the year are:—
    No. of houses.Rooms disinfected.Houses from which bedding was removed.Houses from which bedding was destroyed.
  • Page 23
    This Act is administered in this Council's District through one of the Inspectors appointed by the County Council for that purpose and the following Report on the samples of food and drugs taken in New Barnet during the year ended 31 st December, 1925, has been received from the Chief Constable, Hatfield, Herts.
    Date of Purchase.Nature of Sample.Result of Analysis.Remarks.
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    Inspections.Action taken (other than under H. and T.P. Act).Houses Let in Lodgings (Tenement Houses).Common Lodging Houses.Canal Boats used as Dwellings.Movable Dwellings, Caravans, Tents, &c.
    Number of Premises Inspected on Complaint.Number of Premises Inspected in connection with Infectious Diseases.Number of Premises under Periodical Inspection.Houses Inspected from House to House (H. and T.P. Act, Sec. 17).Total Number of Inspections and Re-Inspections made.Cautionary or Intimation Notices Given.Statutory Orders Issued.Summonses Served.Convictions Obtained.Houses, Premises, etc., Cleansed.Number Registered under Byelaws.Number of Contraventions.Number Registered under Byelaws.Number of Inspections made.Number of Contraventions.Number Registered under the Act.Number of Contraventions of Regulations.Number observed during the year.Number of Nuisances therefrom abated.Number Removed from District.
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    Bakehouses.Slaughterhouses.Cow-sheds.Dairies and Milk-Shops.Unsound Food.Offensive Trades.
    Number in District.Contraventions of Factory Acts.Number on Register.Number of Inspections made.Frequency of Inspection.Contraventions of Byelaws.Number on Register (in District).Number of Inspections made.Frequency of Inspection.Contraventions of Regulations.Number of Milch Cows in District.Number on Register (in District).Number of Inspections made.Frequency of Inspection.Contraventions of Regulations.Meat (including organs) seized and surrendered. (Approx. weight in pounds).Poultry and Game seized and surrendered. (Approx. weight in 'pounds.)Fish seized and surrendered. (Approximate weight in pounds.)Fruit and Vegetables seized and surrendered. (Approx. weight in pounds.)Other Articles seized and surrendered. (Approximate weight in pounds.)Method of Disposal.Number of Premises in District.Number of Inspections made.Contraventions of Byelaws.
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    Water Supply and Water Service.Drainage and Sewerage of existing Buildings.
    Wells.Percentage of Houses supplied from Public Water Service.Cisterns.Draw-Taps placed on Mains.Percentage of Houses supplied on Constant System.Number of Samples obtained for analysis.Water Closets.Percentage of Houses provided with Water Closets.Drains.Cesspools.Percentage of Houses Draining into Sewers.
    New Sunk.Cleansed, Repaired, &c.Closed as Polluted.New Provided.Cleansed, Repaired, Covered, &c.From Local Wells.From Public Supply.Number of Water Closets substituted | for Dry Receptacles.Repaired, Supplied with Water, or otherwise Improved.Examined, Tested, Exposed, &c.Unstopped, Repaired, Trapped, &c.Waste Pipes, Rain Water Pipes Disconnected, Repaired, &c.New Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts Fixed.Existing Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts Repaired.Disconnecting Traps or Chambers Inserted.Reconstructed.Rendered Impervious, Emptied, Cleansed, &c.Abolished and Drain connected to Sewer.
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    Disinfection.Dust.Sundry Nuisances Abated.
    Rooms Disinfected.Rooms Stripped and Cleansed.Articles Disinfected or Destroy'dNew Bins Provided.How frequently is Dust Removed from each House?Number of Complaints of Non-Removal Received.Method of Disposal.Overcrowding.Smoke.Accumulations of Refuse.Foul Ditches, Ponds, &c., and Stagnant Water.Foul Pigs and other Animals.Dampness.Yards Re-paved or Repaired.Other.Nuisances.
    Ordinary Infectious Diseases.Phthisis.Ordinary Infectious Diseases.Phthisis.