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Hornchurch 1931

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hornchurch]


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  • Page 7
    New sewers or extensions of existing sewers completed during the year:—
    SEWERS LAIDSoil 12" feetSoil 9" feetSoil 6" feetS.W. 12" feetS.W. 9" feetSW.6" feet
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  • Page 16
    Incidence of Notifiable Infectious Diseases during the year.
    Cases Notified.Admitted to Hospital.Total Deaths
  • Page 19
    In the following table the deaths are given in stated age-groups.
    AgeNo. of Deaths
  • Page 19
    Infantile Mortality The following table shows the causes of death and the distribution in age groups of the infants who died under one year of age.
    Ages Under 1 weekPrematurity, 2; Injury or lack of attention, 2; Asphyxia, 3.
  • Page 20
    Rainfall during the Year I am indebted to Mr. F. Alderson, the Surveyor, for the subjoined information on the rainfall as recorded at the Sewage Disposal works on the Rainham Road.
    Total of rainfall in inchesNo. of days in which rain fell
  • Page 20
    On the Administration of the Factory and Workshop Act, 1901.
    1. Inspection.
    Premises.Inspections.Number of Written Notices.Prosecutions.