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Barnes 1957

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Barnes]


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  • Page 12
    I am indebted to Dr. Windle Taylor, Director of Water Examination to the Board, for the following information on bacteriological sampling of water supplies:—
    Type of TestRAW WATER River Thames at WaltonWATER PASSING INTO PUBLIC SUPPLY — Hampton Works.
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    SEWER TREATMENTS Total Number of Manholes on Foul System
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    Table 2.—Vital Statistics of the Borough of 'Barnes during 1957 and previous 5 Years
    YearRegistered BirthsTotal Deaths Registered in the District.Transferable DeathsNett Deaths belonging to the District
    Uncorrected NumberNettOf nonresidents registered in the DistrictOf residents registered outside the DistrictUnder 1 year of ageAt all ages
    NumberRateNumberRateNumberRate per 1,000 nett birthsNumberRate
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    Table 3.—Birth-rate, Death-rate, and Analysis of Mortality during the Year 1957, with corresponding rates for England and wales, 160 great towns, 160 smaller towns, and for the County of London for comparison.
    Live BirthsDeaths (excluding Stillbirths)DEATHS FROMStillbirthsDeaths of Infants under 1 year of age
    Malignent neoplasm lung, bronchusWhooping coughDiphtheriaTuberculosis (all forms)InfluenzaAcute PoliomyelitisPneumoniaCoronary and arteriosclerotic heart disease
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    Table 4.—Causes of Death during the Year 1957.
    Causes of Death (Registrar-General's short list of causes)Total DeathsMaleFemale
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    Table 5.—Infant Mortality during the Year 1957. Causes of death, at various ages, of infants under one year.
    Cause of DeathUnder 1 Week1-2 Weeks2-3 Weeks3-4 WeeksTotal under 4 W'ks1-3 Months3-6 Months6-9 Months9-12 MonthsTotal under 1 yearDeaths in the BoroughDeaths outside Borough
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    Table 6. — Certain Infectious Diseases: Incidence per 1,000 of the Population in 1957.
    DiseaseBarnesLondon (a.c.)England and Wales
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    Table 7.—Notifiable Infectious Diseases, 1957.
    DiseasesTotal Cases NotifiedAges, in yearsParishRemoved to Hospital
    Under 1 year1 to 22 to 33 to 44 to 55 to 1010 to 1515 to 2020 to 2525 to 3535 to 4545 to 6565 and overBarnesMortlake
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    Table 8.— Notifiable Infectious 'Diseases, 1947 to 1957.
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    Table 9. — Tuberculosis Register.
    Form of DiseaseOn Register, 1st Jan., 1957Cases AddedRemoved from RegisterRemaining on Regisler, 31st Dec., 1957
    Primary Notif'nsOtherwiseRestoredTotalNon-Tub.CuredLeft DistrictDeadTotal
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    Table 10.— Tuberculosis: New Cases and Mortality, 1957.
    Age-PeriodsNew Cases*Deaths
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    The following Table shows the state of Diphtheria Immunisation of the Children of Barnes:—
    Infants 0-4 inclusiveSchool Children 5-14 inclusive
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    Table 12. — Infected Rooms and Articles (dealt with by the Council).
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    Table 13. — Disinfestations (Dealt with by the Council) Disinfestarion by spraying or fumigation was carried out at various premises for the following infestations:—
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    Table 14. — Factories.
    No. of Premises on Register.Inspection.
    NumberWritten Notices Served
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    Table 15. — Home Workers.
    Work UndertakenNo. on Register
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    Table 16.—Other Premises.
    Nature of inspectionNumber of premisesNumber of visitsNotices issued and complied with
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    Table 17.— Housing Inspections.
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    Table 18.—food Premises. The following inspections were made in respect of premises where food is handled and distributed:—
    Nature of inspectionNumber of premisesNumber of visitsNotices issued and complied with
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    Where quantities are insufficient for salvage all unsound food is collected and disposed of at the Council's Refuse Destructor, by incineration.