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Mile End 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hamlet of Mile End Old Town]

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12 NOVEMBER, 1890.
That your Committee resolved to recommend—That a
cheque for £400 be drawn in favor of your Surveyor for
labour account.
(3) That your Committee considered the applications of
Mr. Charles Cox, one of your Sanitary Inspectors, and
Mr. & Mrs. Bunter, Hallkeepers, for increase in their salaries,
and resolved to recommend—
(a) That the salary of Mr. Cox, (Sanitary Inspector,) be
increased by the sum of .£25 per annum, and that the
resolution of the Vestry of the 24th July, 1889, be altered
accordingly.
(b) That the salary of the Hallkeepers be increased from
25/- to 30/- per week.
(4) That your Clerk submitted communications on the subject
of School Board Expenditure, from the Vestries of Paddington,
Chelsea, and Hammersmith, and from a Committee of Ratepayers,
113, Regent Street, W., and your Committee resolved
to recommend—That two delegates be appointed to attend a
Conference to be convened by the Hammersmith Vestry on
the subject of School Board Expenditure.
JOHN WM. HENLEY.
GEO. PADFIELD.
Singed ROBERT KEMP.
THOS. A. MACVE.
Moved by Mr. Henley seconded by Mr. Hirst and resolved
—That the Report be received.
Resolved—That it be considered seriatim.
PAYMENT OF CHEQUES.
Moved by Mr. Henley seconded by Mr. Hirst and resolved
—That that part of the Report be adopted, and it was
resolved accordingly.
SALARY OF MR. COX.
Moved by Mr. Henley seconded by Mr. Hirst and resolved
—That that part of the Report be adopted, and it was
resolved accordingly.
Moved by Mr. Burge seconded by Mr. Birks and resolved
unanimously—That the increase in the salary of Mr. Cox date
as from the 29th September last, and that for the future his
salary be paid quarterly.
SALARY OF HALLKEEPERS.
Moved by Mr. Henley and seconded by Mr. Birks—That
that part of the Report be adopted.
Moved by Mr. Calton seconded by Mr. Burge as an amendment—That
having regard to the unsatisfactory manner in
which the Vestry Hall has been kept, the consideration of this
matter be adjourned for three months.


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