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Leyton 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Leyton]


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    Largely on account of the dry weather the infantile mortality increased, as the following brief table clearly shows:—
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    As regards the rainfall and its effect upon infantile mortality this table is not without its noteworthy aspect.
    Rainfall.Children under 5 died.
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    The following are the returns of the number of children on books attending the various Council Schools:—
    cann hall ward.Boys.Girls.Infants.Total.
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    Total attending Schools:—
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    Table I.—Births for the last 5 years.
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    Table II.—Deaths for the last 5 years
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    Table III.—Distribution of Deaths.
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    Annual Birth-Rates and Death-Rates from the Seven Chief Epidemic Diseases.
    Annual Rates per 1000 Living.Infant Mortality.
    Births.Deaths from all causes.Deaths from Seven Chief Epidemic Diseases.Annual Death-rate of Infants under 1 year per 1000 Births.
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    Table IV.—Death-Rate for Each Quarter.
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    Table V.—Deaths Classified with regard to Sex.
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    Table VI.—Ages at which Death occurred.
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    Table VII.—Death-Rate per cent, of Total Deaths.
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    Table VIII.—Chief Causes of Death.
    Under 5 years.5 Years. and overTotal.
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    Table IX.—Number of Deaths and Death-rate per 1000 of Population from Certain Causes.
    Phthisis and Tubercular Diseases.Respiratory Diseases.Heart Disease.Violence.Premature Birth.Diarrhœa.
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    Table X.—INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NOTIFICATION) ACT, 1890. The following table shows the number of cases of Infectious Diseases notified during the year:—
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    Table XI.—Number of Cases of Infectious Diseases as they occurred in the Four Chief Wards of the District.
    Leyton.Leytonstone.Harrow Green.Cann Hal!.Total.
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    Table XII.—Deaths per C ent of Deaths notified (exclusive of Public Institutions).
    Cases.Deaths.Percentage Mortality.
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    Table XIII.—Deaths from the Seven Chief Zymotic Diseases for the last Five Years, together with the zymotic death-rate and rate of mortality from all other diseases.
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    A perusal of the following table is of interest:— Causes of Infection.
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    Table XIV.—Notified Cases of Scarlet Fever during the past Five Years, with the Percentage Mortality.
    Cases Notified.Number of Deaths.Percentage Mortality.
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    Year.Notified,DeathsAdmission to Hospital
    In District.In Hospital.
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    Year.Notified.DeathsAdmission to Hospital.
    In District.In Hospital.
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    Births :—There were 182 births—89 males and 73 femalrs—a total of 32 more than last year.
    Deaths:—There were 866 deaths.
    Chief Causes of Death.Total.
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    Cases of Infectious Disease occurring in the Union.
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    SANITARY WORK. Under the most capable supervision of Mr. Miller and his energetic staff the following sanitary work has been properly carried out. Details are as usual culled from Mr. Miller's Report:—
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    SEWER VENTILATORS. Sixty-six Ventilators have been provided to the Council's sewer from January to December, 1904, distributed in the different wards as follows:— Sewer Vents fixed from Jan. to Dec., 1904 (inclusive).
    Forest.Leytonstone.Lea Bridge.Leyton.Central,G, Green.Cann Hall.Harrow Green.Wan-stead S.