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St James's 1883

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St James's, Westminster]

Published
1884
Pages
149
Tables
60

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  • Page 35
    RATES were made by the Vestry during the year as follows:—
    Amount in the Pound.
    S.d.
  • Page 36
    The following statement shows the amount of the rates and the collection thereof:—
    Poor Rate—£s.d.
  • Page 37
    Total amount expended, £119,704 18s. 3d.
    Under control of Local Authority.Not under control of Local Authority.
    Poor Rate:—£s.d.Poor Rate:—£s.d.
  • Page 38
    The following statement illustrates the enormous increase in the demands of the Metropolitan Board of Works and the School Board for London during the last ten years:—
    1874-51875-61876-71877-81878-91879-801880-11881-21882-31883-4
  • Page 41
    The following statement will perhaps show the extent of this reduction more clearly:—
    Consumption per hour.Cannel Gas @ 3/11 per 1,000 feet. Annual Charge per lamp. (Old Price.)Cannel Gas. @ 3/4 per 1,000 feet. Annual Charge per lamp. (Reduced Price.)Difference per lamp per annum.
  • Page 73
    The cost incurred by the vestry for the year, in respect of the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts, is as follows:-
    £s.d
  • Page 76
    URINALS. The following is a list of public urinals erected and maintained by the Vestry :—
    Situation.No of Compartments.Situation.No. of Compartments.
  • Page 91
    REPAIRS TO STREETS. The cost of the general repairs to streets executed by workmen in the employ of your Vestry is as follows:
    £s.d.
  • Page 92
    Continued from previous page...
    £s.d.
  • Page 94
    Continued from previous page...
    Name of Street.Part of Street Paved.Date when paved.Area of Wood Paving in yards super.Cost per yard super.Credit for old Pitching per yard super.Description of Paving and Name of Contractor.
  • Page 94
    Laid in the Parish in previous years have been carried out as occasion required, and amount to—
    £s.d.
  • Page 96
    average, rather more than three times each during the year; the amount being as follows:—
    £s.d.
  • Page 97
    The following have been the expenses for the year:
    £s.d.£s.d.
  • Page 98
    Continued from previous page...
    £s.d.£s.d.
  • Page 104
    ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.
    RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE.
  • Page 105
    RECEIPTS— continued.
    £s.d.£s.d:
  • Page 106
    EXPENDITURE— continued.
    £s.d
  • Page 107
    A.
    PAVING.£s.d.
  • Page 107
    B.
    CLEANSING.£s.d.
  • Page 107
    C.
    WATERING.£s.d.
  • Page 107
    D.
    SEWERS.£s.d.
  • Page 108
    E.
    LIGHTING.£s.d.
  • Page 108
    F.
    VESTRY HALL.£s.d.
  • Page 109
    H.
    SANITARY DEPARTMENT.£s.d.
  • Page 109
    I.
    SUNDRIES.£s.d.
  • Page 110
    A Statement of Debt and Liability owing by the Vestry on the 2 5th day of March, 1884.
  • Page 111
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. Outstanding Assets and Liabilities on the 2 5th day of March, 1884.
    Assets.£s.d.Debts and Liabilities.£s.d.
  • Page 112
    AN ACCOUNT OF ALL CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO OR CONTINUED BY THE VESTRY DURING THE YEAR ENDED THE 25th DAY OF MARCH, 1884.
    Date of Contracts.Name of Company or Party with whom Contract was made.Nature of Works to be performed or Materials to be used or supplied.Amount or Price.
  • Page 113
    Continued from previous page...
    Date of Contracts.Name of Company or Party with whom Contract was made.Nature of Works to be performed or Materials to be used or supplied.Amount or Price.
  • Page 114
    Continued from previous page...
    Date of Contract.Name of Company or Party with whom Contract was made.Nature of Works to be performed or Materials to be used or supplied.Amount or Price.
  • Page 115
    Continued from previous page...
    Date of Contracts.Name of Company or Party with whom Contract was made.Nature of Works to be performed or Materials to be used or supplied.Amount or Price.
  • Page 116
    STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE For the year ended 31 st December, 1883. (Abstracted from the Audited Accounts.)
    receipts.expenditure.
  • Page 117
    Statement of Accounts of the Governors and Directors of the Poor, for the year ended 25 tli March, 1884.
    receipts.expenditure.
  • Page 118
    Statement of Accounts of the Guardians of the Poor for the Year ended Lady-day, 1884.
    receipts.expenditure.
  • Page 119
    Statement of Accounts for the year ended 31st December , 1883.
    receipts.payments.
  • Page 120
    Statement of Accounts for the year ended 31s£ December, 1883.
    receipts.payments.
  • Page 121
    Statement of Accounts for the year 1883.
    £s.d'£&d.
  • Page 122
    LIST OF PAROCHIAL CHARITIES, &c.
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
    £s.d,
  • Page 123
    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
    £S.d,
  • Page 124
    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
    £s.d.
  • Page 125
    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
    £s.d.
  • Page 126
    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
    £s.d.
  • Page 132
    The deaths occurring in St. James's during the last ten years have been as follows :
    Gross Mortality.Net Mortality.
  • Page 133
    The following Table of gross Mortality shows the periods of life in which the deaths have occurred in the last Seven years respectively.
    Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.Above 80.Total.
  • Page 134
    TABLE OF ZYMOTIC DEATHS FOR THE 25 YEARS—1859-83.
    1859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883
  • Page 135
    Table showing the Names and number of Zymotic and certain other Deaths which occurred in each Quarter during the Tear 1883.
    First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.Whole year.
  • Page 136
    T able I.— Causes of Death during Quarter ending Mar. 31s£, 1883.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Golden Square.Berwick Street.Workhouse.Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
  • Page 137
    APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. T able I.— Causes of Death during Quarter ending June 30th, 1883.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Golden Square.Berwick Street.Workhouse.Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 -and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
  • Page 138
    APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDIAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. T able I.— Causes of Death during the Quarter ending Sept. 29th, 1883.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Golden Square.!Berwick Street.Workhouse.Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
  • Page 139
    APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. T able I.— Causes of Death during the Quarter ending Dec. 29^,1883.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Golden Square.Berwick Street.Workhouse.Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
  • Page 140
    Table II.— Cases of Fever, Small Pox, and Diphtheria, coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspector during the year 1883.
    Date.Name.Address.No. of Case.Sex.Age.Disease.Supposed Cause.If removed.To where.Result.Remarks.
  • Page 141
    Table II.— Cases of Fever, Small Pox, and Diphtheria, coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspector during the year 1883.
    Date.Name.Address.No.of Case.Sex.Age.D isease.Supposed Cause.If removed.To where.Result.Remarks.
  • Page 142
    Parish of st. James,Westminster APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Fever, Small Pox, and Diphtheria, coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspector during the year 1883
    Date.Name.Address.No. of Case.Sex.Age.Disease.Supposed Cause.If Removed.To where.Result.Remarks.
  • Page 143
    TABLE II.— APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH ( continued).
    Date.NameAddress.No. of Case.Sex.Age.Disease.Supposed Cause.If removed.To where.Result.Remarks.
  • Page 144
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE III.—SANITARY INSPECTOR'S WORK DURING THE YEAR 1883.
    NUISANCES REMOVED FOR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth QuarterFor the whole year.
  • Page 145
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE OF SANITARY INSPECTOR'S WORK— continued.
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole year.
  • Page 146
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE OF SANITARY INSPECTOR'S WORK— continued.
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole year.
  • Page 147
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. SUMMARY OF WORK BY SANITARY INSPECTOR DURING THE YEAR 1888.
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole year.
  • Page 150
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Underground Rooms or Cellars cleared of Occupants, under the 103 rd Section of the Act 18 and 19 Victoria, cap. 120.