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St Mary (Battersea) 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Battersea]

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11
Commissioners
for
Public
Libraries
and
Museums.
The Vestry proceeded on the 12th June, pursuant
to section 9 of the 18 and 19 Vic., cap. 70, to
determine by ballot the third of the Commissioners
for Public Libraries and Museums for this Parish to
go out of office, and Messrs. J. F. Bursill, C. Donaldson, and
G. N. Street having received the largest number of votes, retired
from the Commission.
The Vestry on the 26th June elected Messrs. John Francis
Bursill, of No. 23, Bennerley Road, Charles Donaldson, of No.
177, Battersea Park Road, and Henry Gitsham, of No. 2,
Surrey Villas, Bridge Road, to fill the vacancies.
Commissioners
for
Public
Baths and
Washhouses.
A vacancy upon the Commission for Public
Baths and Wash-houses, which was occasioned by
the retirement of Mr. C.. Spencer Smith, was filled
on the 26th June, by the election of Mr. Horace
Turnor, of No. 27, Shelgate Road.
On the 12th February, the Vestry proceeded in accordance
with the 9 and 10 Vic., cap. 74, to appoint three Commissioners
for Public Baths and Wash-houses, in the place of Messrs.
Charles Edward Gay, of No. 37, Kersley Street, George Nathaniel
Street, of No. 34, Surrey Lane, and Horace Turnor, of No.
27, Shelgate Road, the retiring Commissioners, when those
gentlemen were re-elected to office.
Re-constitution
of
Committees.
The first meeting of the Vestry after the elections
was held on the 22nd May, and the several Standing
Committees as re-constituted at this meeting, and at the meeting
held on the 12th June, consisted of the following
Members:—


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