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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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18 MARCH, 1891.
(8) That your Committee considered the letter of the 3rd inst.,
from Mr. J. Taylor referred by your Board, and having inspected
Stepney Green resolved to recommend—That two
additional Lamps be placed on the East side of Stepney
Green the estimated cost being £2 each, and that the present
lamps be rearranged.
(9) That your Committee having had under consideration
complaints of the erections at Mr. Sullivan's premises,
Commercial Road East, and having inspected the place referred
to, resolved to recommend—That proceedings be taken
at the Police Court against the owner of Nos. 415 and 417,
Commercial Road, East, for placing erections beyond the
general line of Buildings in Commercial Road, East.
j. t. calton.
Signed j. druitt.
john brown.
Moved by Mr. W. A. Kemp seconded by Mr. Hirst and
resolved—That the Report be received.
Moved by Mr. Calton seconded by Mr. Burge and resolved
—That the Report down to and including item No. 6 be
adopted, and it was resolved accordingly.
paving footway, near paragon, mile end road.
The Committee by consent withdrew this recommendation.
additional lamps, stepney green.
Moved by Mr. Hirst seconded by Mr. Calton and resolved
—That that part of the Report be adopted, and it was resolved
proceedings Re 41 5 & 417 commercial road.
Moved by Mr. Calton seconded by Mr. W. A. Kemp and
resolved—That that part of the Report be adopted, and it was
resolved accordingly.
IV. The Report of Committee Xo. 3 was brought up as follows :
To the Vestry of the Hamlet of Mile End Old Town.
Report of Committee No. 3.
For Drainage, Sewerage and Nuisances.
Wednesday, 18th March, 1891.
Your Committee beg to report that they met on Wednesday,
the 11th day of March, inst., there being present Messrs.
Livermore, A. Druitt, Burge, Lyons, E. Kemp, and A. Coker.
That your Surveyor brought up and read a Report for which
your Committee beg to refer your Board to his Report Book.

(4) That your Clerk submitted and your Committee considered an Estimate for the half year ending Michaelmas-Day next, as follows, and which your Committee recommend for adoption by your Board:

Assessment Committee expenses£250
Analyst's fees40
Accountants fee42
Oilman's articles, &c.5
Coals and gas25
Expenses of Committees20
Interest on loans451
Repayments off loans12,833
Law costs10
Petty expenses in Clerk's and Surveyor's Offices100
Printing and stationery200
Rates and taxes20
Repairs to premises25
Proportion to General Purposes608
„ „ Sewers602
School Board for London8,490