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Finchley 1906

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Finchley]


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  • Page 7
    The population and number of occupied houses in each of the sub-districts estimated for the end of June, 1906, is as follows:—
    Occupied Houses.Estimated Population.
  • Page 9
    Recorded Death-Rate for each Sub-District:—
    Number of Deaths.Kate per 1000 of population.
  • Page 11
    Table A. C auses or and A ges at D eath during the Y ear 1906.
    Causes of DeathDeaths in Whole District at subjoined ages.Deaths in Locali ties (at all ages)Deaths in Public Institutions.
    All agesUnder 1.1 and under 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 6565 and Upwards.North Finchley.East. Finchley.West Finchley.Whet stone.
  • Page 12
    Table Al. Showing the Causes of Death amongst Parishioners in the District of Finchley during each of the Four Quarters of the Year 1906.
    Causes of Death.1st. Quarter.2nd Quarter.3rd Quarter.4th Quarter.Totals.1905.
  • Page 13
    Table A2. —S howing the D istrict M ortality for each Q uarter of 1906.
  • Page 15
    In Class 1 only a few of the houses appear to be occupied by more than one family, but in both Class 2 and 3 the number is considerable.
    Births registered.Deaths under year.Deaths under year per 1,000 births.
  • Page 16
    The sub-divisions of Class 3, being of special interest, are given below:— Rateable Value under £30.
    Births registered.Deaths under year.Infantile Mortality Rate.
  • Page 18
    Table A3 Showing the Causes of Infantile Mortality in the District during each of the four quarters of the YEAR 1 906 .
    Cause of Death.1st Quar.2nd Quar.3rd Quar.4th QuarTotals.
  • Page 19
    Table A4.— I nfantile M ortality D uring the Y eah 1906. Deaths from stated Causes in Weeks and Months under One Year of Age.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Under 1 Week.| 1-2 Weeks.| 2-3 Weeks.3-4 Weeks.Total under 1 month.1-2 Months.2-3 Months.3 4 Months.4-5 Months.5-6 Months.6-7 Months.7-8 Months.8 9 Months.9-10 Months.| 10 11 Months.I 11 12 Months.Total Deaths under One Year.
  • Page 20
    The indication, however, is on the whole favourable.
    65 and under 7070 and under 80.80 and under 9090 and upwards.Total.
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    1St Quarter2nd Quarter3rd Quarter4th QuarterTotal
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    INQUESTS, 1906.
    1st Quarter2nd Quarter3 rd Quarter4th QuarterTotal.
  • Page 23
    Table A5. Showing the Mortality in Finchley from the Principal Epidemic Diseases during a Series or Years.
    Estimated Population.Small-pox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria and Membranous Croup.Whooping-cough.Fever.Diarrhoea.Total Deaths.Rate to every 1000 Persons.
  • Page 24
    Table A6. A Comparison of the Rates of the Finchley District with those of England and Wales, the 70 Great Towns, and London Generally, for the Year, 1906.
    General Death-rate.Rate of Infantile Mortality.Birth-rateZymotic Death-rate.
  • Page 25
    Table A7 Vital Statistics or Whole Pistkict during 1905 and Previous Years.
    Year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births.Total Deaths Regis tered in the District.Deaths in public institutions in the district.Deaths of Non-residents regestered in the district.Deaths of residents registered beyond district.Deaths at all ages Nett.
    Under one Year.All Ages.
    Number*RateNumberRate per 1,000 Births registered.Number*RateNumber*Rate
  • Page 26
    Table A7—Continued.
  • Page 27
    The actual number of Finchley patients in the Isolation Hospital on various dates during the year is given in the following table:
    Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Enteric.Total.
  • Page 31
    Table B.—Cases of Infectious Disease Notified During the Year 1906
    Notifiable Disease.Cases Notified in Whole District.Total Cases Notified in each Locality.No. of Cases Removed to Hospital from Each Locality.Total.
    At all Ages.At Ages—Years.1 East Finchley.2 West Finchley.3 North Finchley.4 | Whetstone.1 East Finchley.2 West Finchley.3 North Finchley.4 Whetstone.
    Under 1.1 to 5.5 to 15.15 to 25.25 to 65.65 and upwards
  • Page 32
    Table B1. Showing the Number of Cases and Deaths from the Principal Infectious Diseases Notified from among Parishioners During the Years 1890 - 1906 (inclusive).
    Small-pox.Scarlet FeverDiphtheria and Croup.
  • Page 33
    Table B2. Cases of Infectious Disease Notified During Each Month of the Year 1906.
    Diphtheria.Erysipelas.Scarlet Fever.Enteric Fever.Puerperal Fever.Totals.
  • Page 42
    Teacher's opinion of mental capacity.
  • Page 44
    Percentage of Children known to have suffered from certain Infectious Diseases.
    Standard123456 & 7Whole School.
  • Page 44
    ACUTENESS OF VISION. (Percentage of normal and defective.)
    Standard12345 6 & 7Whole School.
  • Page 45
    S chool Cl osure. Owing to the presence of epidemic disease and the increasing number of absentees, it was found necessary to close the following schools during the course of the year:—
    School.Disease.Inclusive Dates of Closure.
  • Page 52
    1. INSPECTION. Including Inspections made by the Sanitary Inspectors.
    Premises.Number of
    InspectionsWritten Notices.Prosecutions.
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    Particulars.Nuirber of Defects.No. of Prosecutions.
    found.RemediedReferred to H. M. Inspector
  • Page 53
    3. HOME WORK.
    Nature of Work.Outworkers' List, Section 107Number of Inspections of Outworkers premises.
    Lists received from Employers once in the Year.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers received front other Councils.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers forwarded to other Councils.
  • Page 53
    Workshops on the Register (S. 131) at the end of the Year.Number.