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Barnet 1911

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


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29 tables in this report

  • Page 6
    The following table shows the number of inhabited houses, together with the population for each parish at the census.
    ParishNo. of Occupied Houses.Population.
  • Page 6
    The following is the density of population of each parish in the District:—
    Parish.Area in Acres.Population.Density per Acre.
  • Page 6
    The following table shows the number of births recorded and the Birth Rate for each parish in the District:—
    Parish.No. of Births.Birth Rate.
  • Page 7
    The following table gives the gross and nett Death Rates for each parish within the District:—
    Parish.Gross Death Rate.Corrected Death Rate.
  • Page 8
    Appended is given in tabulated form the lates for births, deaths, etc., in Barnet for the past year as compared with the mean average for Barnet for the 10 years 1901-11, and also the mean average for Urban districts in the County during the same period.
    Barnet,Mean average, Barnet,Mean average of whole of Urban Districts in County,
  • Page 9
    The following table shows the number of notifications to the Sanitary Authority during the year of each disease specified in the Infectious Diseases (Notification) Act, and the number removed to Hospital:—
    Nature of Infectious Disease.Notified.Removed to Hospital.
  • Page 11
    The following schools have been closed on account of outbreaks of Infectious Disease:—
    School.Period of Closure.Nature of Disease.
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    PUBLIC HEALTH (TUBERCULOSIS) REGULATIONS, 1908. Tabulated Statement showing particulars of Cases notified during 1911 and action taken.
    Number.Sex.Age.Notified from Poor-Law Institution.Name of Poor-Law Union.Did the patient leave Poor-Law Institution before death ?Did the patient go to own residence or another Institution?Changed Residence. i.e., persons who did not enter Poor-Law Institution.Visits undertaken by Health Department.Other action taken by Health Department.Result at end of 1911.
  • Page 17
    Table I. BARNET URBAN DISTRICT. Fob Whole District.
    Year.Population estimated to middle of each Year.Births.Total Deaths Registered in the District.Transferable DeathsNett Deaths belonging to the District.
    of Non.Residents registered in the District.of Residents not registered in the District.Under 1 year of age.At all Ages.
    Uncorrected Number.NettNumber.Kate.
    Number.Rate per 1,000 Nett Births.Number.Rate.
    Number.Crude Rate.
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    Institutions within the district receiving sick and infirm persons from outside the district.Institutions outside the district receiving sick and infirm persons from the District.Other Institutions the deaths in which have been distributed among the several localities in the district.
  • Page 19
    Table II. BARNET URBAN DISTRICT. Cases of Infectious Disease Notified during the Year 1911.
    Notifiable Disease.No. of Cases Notified.Total Cases Notified in Each Locality.Total Cases Removed to Hospital.
    At all ages.At Ages—Years.1234567
    Under 1.1 to 5.6 to 15.15 to 25.25 to 45.45 to 65.65 & upvrards.Arkley.Chipping BarnetHadley, part of.South Minims.
  • Page 20
    Table III. BARNET URBAN DISTRICT. Causes of, and Ages at, Death, during the Year 1911.
    Causes of Death.Nett Deaths at the subjoined ages of "Residents" whether occurring within or without the District.Total Deaths whether of "Residents" or "Non-Residents" in Institutions in the District.Deaths in Localities.
    Chiping Barnet.Arkley.Hadley (part of).S. Mimms Urbn.
    All ages.Under 1 year.1 & under 2 years.2 & under 5 years.5 & under 15 years.15 & under 25 years.25 & under 45 years.45 under 65 years.65 and up-1 wards.
  • Page 22
    TABLE IV. BARNET URBAN DISTRICT. Infantile Mortality. 1911. Nett Deaths from Stated Causes at various Ages 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—3 Months.3—6 Months.6—9 Months.9—12 Months.Total Deaths under 1 Year.
  • Page 23
    Names of Localities.1. ARKLEY.2. CHIPPING BARNET.3. HADLEY (Part of).4. SOUTH MIMMS.
    Year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths uuder 1 year.
  • Page 25
    I.—Inspection of Factories, Workshops, and Workplaces.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written Notices.Prosecutions.
  • Page 26
    II.—D efects Found.
    Particulars.Number of Defects.Number of Prosecutions.
    Found.Remedied.Referred to H.M. Inspector.
  • Page 27
    III.—Home Work.
    Nature of Work.Outworkers' Lists, Section 107.
    Lists received from Employers.
    Lists.Outworkers.Addresses of Outwork's received from other Councils.Inspection of Outwork's Premises.
  • Page 27
    IV.—Registered Workshops.
    Workshops on the Register (Sec. 131) at end op Year.Number.
  • Page 27
    V.—Other Matters.
  • Page 33
    The following table shows the number and nature of the nuisances dealt with during the year:—
    nature of
  • Page 36
    During the year the Zymotic Diseases enumerated below have been investigated and reported upon to your Medical Officer of Health, as compared with 1910 and 1909.
    Nature of Disease.Year 1911.Year 1910.Year 1909.
    Investigated N'mber.Sanitary Defects Found.Investigated N'mber.Sanitary Defects Found.Investigated N'mber.Sanitary Defects Found.
  • Page 37
    The subjoined information regarding the number of samples taken in the Urban District of Barnet during the past year has been supplied to me by the County Inspector.
  • Page 44
    Situation of Premises.Materials Used n Construction, &c.Remarks.
    No of Houses.Disconnecting and Access Chambers Built.Intercepting Traps Fixed.Fresh Air Inlets Fixed.Gullies Fixed,Ventilation Shafts Fixed.Soil Pipes Fixed.New Water Closet Basins and Pedestals Fixed.Water Closet Buildings Demolished.New Water Closet Buildings Erected.
  • Page 45
    The necessity for a yearly inspection of the drainage of school premises is evidenced by the defects discovered, as shewn below.
    School.Result of Examination.Remedial Works.
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    Report in pursuance of requirements of County Council. Inspections.
    Number of
    Premises Inspected.Visits Paid.
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    Remedial Works.
    Houses—Visits Paid.
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    Legal Work—