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City of London 1951

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Port of London]

Published
1952
Pages
42
Tables
23

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    STAFF. List of Officers forming the Staff of the Port Health Authority, 31st December, 1951.
    OfficeName of OfficerDate of entering the service.
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    Continued from privious page...
    OfficeName of OfficerDate of entering the service.
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    Continued from previous page...
    OfficeName of OfficerDate of entering the service
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    I. AMOUNT OF SHIPPING ENTERING THE PORT DURING THE YEAR 1951. TABLE A.
    NumberTonnageNumber InspectedNumber reported to be defectiveNumber of vessels on which defects were remediedNumber of vessels on which defects were found & report-ed to Ministry of Transport Sur-veyorsNumber of vessels reported as having or having had, during the voyage, infectious disease on board.
    By the Medical Officer of HealthBy the Sanitary Inspec-tor
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    (i) To and From Non-European CountriesĀ®
    1st Class2nd Class3rd Class *Tourist ClassTotal
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    MEDICAL INSPECTION OF ALIENS Annual Return by the Medical Inspector of Aliens for the year ended 31st December, 1951.
    TotalNumber inspected By medical officerNumber subjected to detailed examination by the medical officerCertificates issuedTrans migrant
    Lunatic idiot or M.D.undesirable for medical reasonsPhysically incapacitationSuffering from acute infectious disorderLanding necessary for adequate medical examination
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    TABLE C. CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS LANDED FROM VESSELS.
    Disease.Number of cases during the yearNumber of vessels concernedAverage number of cases for previous 5 years.
    PassengersCrew
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    TABLE D. CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS OCCURRING ON VESSELS DURING THE VOYAGE BUT DISPOSED OF PRIOR TO ARRIVAL.
    DiseaseNumber of cases during the yearNumber of vessels concernedAverage number of cases for previous 5 years.
    PassengersCrew
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    RATS DESTROYED DURING 1951, TABLE E. (l) ON VESSELS.
    Number ofJanFebMchAplMayJneJlyAugSepDotNovDecTotal in year
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    TABLE F e (2) IN DOCKS, QUAYS, WHARVES AND WAREHOUSES.
    Number ofJanFebMchAplMayJneJlyAugSepOctNovDecTotal in year
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    TABLE G. MEASURES OF RAT DESTRUCTION IN PLAGUE "INFECTED" OR "SUSPECTED" VESSELS OR VESSELS FROM PLAGUE INFECTED PORTS ARRIVING IN THE PORT DURING THE YEAR.
    Total No. of such vessels arrivingNo.of such vessels fumigated by SO2.No. of rats killedNo.of such vessels fumigated By HCN.No .of rats killedNo. of such vessels on which trapping ,poisoning etc., was employedNo.of rats killedNo.of such vessels on which measures of rat destruction were not carried out.
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    TABLE II. EERATISATI0N CERTIFICATES AND DERATISATION EXEMPTION CERTIFICATES ISSUED DURING THE YEAR.,
    No, of shipsNumber of Deratisation Certificates issuedNo. of Deratisa-tion Exemption Certificates issued.Total Certificates issued.
    After Fumigation withAfter trapping Poisoning etc.Total
    HCNSO21080
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    TABLE J. CLASSIFICATION OF NUISANCES.
    Nationality of VesselsNumber inspected during the year.Defects of original construction.Structural defects through wear and tear.Dirt, vermin and other conditions prejudicial to health.
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    The following is a summary showing the method of disposal of the foodstuffs seized :-
    Method of DisposalWEIGHTApproximate percentage of total seized.
    Tons.cwts.qrs.lbs.
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    SAMPLING 1950.
    SOURCE OF SAMPLEWHOLE PERIOD 9th Febs1950 - 3rd Jan:1951.SIMMER ONLY. June,July.August,September.
    Total SamplesGood and Very GoodFair and ModeratePoor and Very PoorTotal SamplesGood and Very GoodFair and ModeratePoor and Very Poor.
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    SAMPLING 1951.
    SOURCE OF SAMPLEWHOLE PERIODSUMMER ONLY. June,July,August,September.
    Total SamplesProvisional GradingNo of Samples From Which Bacteria Were IsolatedTotal SamplesProvisional GradingNo of Samples From Which Bacteria Were Isolated
    Satis- FactoryUnsatis- factoryNone Isolanted.Staph- Aureus.Clostri- Dium Welch 11Bacterium ColiSalmon- EllaSaris- Factory.Unsatis- Factory.None IsolatedStaph- AureusClostri- Dium Welch 11Bacterium Coli.Salmon- Ella.
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    APPENDIX I MEDICAL INSPECTION - From 1st January to 31st Decembers 1951 . GRAVESEND .
    JanFebMchAplMayJneJlyAugSepOctNovDecTotal
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    APPENDIX II INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    DISEASE194219431944194519461947194819491950Mean Annual He for 10 years ending 31st December,1951
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    APPENDIX III DENTON HOSPITAL.
    DiseaseAdmitted.Discharged.Transferred to other HospitalsDiedRemaining Hospital.
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    appendix iv. return of rats caught and destroyed during the year 1951.
    JanFebMchAplMayJneJlyAugSepOctNovDecTotal
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    APPENDIX V.. HYGIENE OF CREW SPACES. CLASSIFICATION OF NUISANCES 1951.
    British owned vessels.Foreign owned vessels,
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    APPENDIX VI - General Summary and Analysis of the Sanitary Inspections etc., in the Port of London for the year ended 31st December, 1951.
    FOREIGNCOASTWISEINLAND NAVIGATIONShore PremisesSick seamen referred to HospitalWATER BARGES
    SteamSailSteamSailSteamSailUnin: Ltrs.Canal Boats
    Inspected.DefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cle ane dInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDefectiveTo be cleanedInspectedDe fe ctiveTo be cleanedNo. in district 1n. good condition on 31sĀ£ December,1950.New BargesCondemnedUse discontinuedPreviously withdrawn and since resumed work.No.in district on 31st December 1951.
    17,847178696112,07046142381526-46--457226274 |38,1595116610113----13
    INSPECTIONSDOCKS AND RIVERNo.NATIONALITIESNo.
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    APPENDIX VII. DOCKS WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE PORT HEALTH AUTHORITY.
    Docks.Water AreaLineal Quayage
    AcresYardsMilesYards