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Harrow 1961

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Harrow]


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17 tables in this report

  • Page 8
    Extracts from Vital Statistics for the Year:
    Live Births:—MaleFemaleTotal
  • Page 10
    The following is the Registrar-General's abridged list of causes of death in this district:—
  • Page 22
    The following tables set out the particulars of the various homes registered at the end of the year, with details of their ownership and their accommodation:—
    BedsType of Case
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  • Page 47
    STATISTICAL SUMMARY PART I Inspections Made and Conditions Found
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    Conditions Found
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  • Page 53
    Certificates of Disrepair The following is a summary of the applications received for the issue of certificates of Disrepair under the Rent Act:—
  • Page 55
    Part 1 of the Act 1. Inspections for purpose of provisions as to health (including inspections made by the Public Health Inspectors).
    Premises (1)Number on Register (2)Number of
    Inspections (3)Written Notices (4)Occupiers (5)
  • Page 56
    2. Cases in which defects were found.
    ParticularsNumber of cases in which defects were foundNumber of cases in which prosecutions were instituted
    FoundRemediedTo H.M. InspectorBy H.M. Inspector
  • Page 57
    During the year 1,255 visits were made for the purpose of administering the Shops Act. The following is a summary of the contraventions noted
  • Page 68
    The following is a summary of the return, to the Minister, of the findings of the post-mortem examination of animals in slaughterhouses:—
    Cattle Excluding CowsCowsCalvesSheep and LambsPigsHorses
  • Page 74
    PREVALENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES (other than Tuberculosis)
    DiseaseUnder 1 yr.1-4 yrs.5-9 yrs.10-14 yrs.15-19 yrs.20-24 yrs.25-34 yrs.35-44 yrs.45-54 yrs.55-64 yrs.65+ yrs.UnknownTotal
  • Page 99
    The following table gives the age and sex distribution both of persons who were resident in the district when it was recognised they were suffering from tuberculosis, and of those who moved into the district already suffering from the disease:—
    Primary NotificationBrought to notice other than on Form "A"
  • Page 100
    The following is a summary of the changes which have taken place in the register during the year:—
  • Page 103
    The following is a summary of the work carried out in 1961:—
    Type of SchoolNo. of Pupils EligibleNo. of AcceptancesNegative ReactorsPositive Reactors