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St James's 1893

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

Published
1894
Pages
238
Tables
118

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    and a ???ETURN of the ATTENDANCE of VESTRYMEN AT MEETINGS of the VESTRY ???ND COMMITTEES FROM THE ELECTION IN MAY, 1893, to the 1st MAY, 1894.
    Vestry.Finance, &c, Committee.Sanitary, &c. Committee.Works. &c, Committee.Lighting Committee.St. James's Dwellings Committee.Valuation Committee.Special Committees.Total.
    Possible.Actual,
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    Continued from previous page...
    Vestry.Finance, &c., Committee.Sanitary, Ac., Committee.Works, &c, CommitteeLighting Committee.St. James's Dwellings Committee.Valuation Committee.Special Committees.Total.
    Possible.Actual.
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    VESTRY AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS. The following is the number of meetings held during the year
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    RATES were made by the Vestry during the year as follows:—
    Amount in the Pound
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    The following statement shows the amount of the rates and the collection thereof:—
    Poor Rate:£s.d.
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    Not under control of Local Authority.
    £s.d.
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    Under control of Local Authority.
    Poor Rate—£s.d.
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    The following is a statement of the funds paid to Metropolitan and County Authorities from the rates of this Parish during each of the three preceding years
    1890-91.1891-92.1892-93.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    INFECTIOUS DISEASE NOTIFICATION. During the year ended at Lady-day, 293 certificates were received by the Medical Officer of Health relating to parishioners suffering from infectious disease, viz.
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    SALE OF FOOD, &c., ACTS. The following is a list of the articles purchased by the Inspectors, and submitted to the Public Analyst appointed by the Vestry, during the year:—
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    The cost incurred by the Vestry for the year in respect of the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts, is as follows
    £s.d.
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    SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS. Summonses have been taken out in the following cases:—
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    Piccadilly conveniences above referred to), erected and maintained by the Vestry:—
    Situation.No. of Compartments.Situation.No. of Compartments.
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    The cost of maintaining the Urinals during the year is as follows:—
    £s.d.
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    Whitechapel Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Continued from previous page...
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Greenwich Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Wandsworth Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Hackney Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Holborn Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    equivalent to a rate of l¾d. over the whole district. Lirnehouse Sanitary District—
    Receives.Pays.
    ££
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    Poplar Sanitary District—
    ReceivesPays.
    ££
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    Plumstead Sanitary District—
    ReceivesPays.
    ££
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    REPAIRS TO STREETS. The cost of the General Repairs, &c., to streets, executed by men in the employ of your Vestry, is as follows:—
    £s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    £s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    £s.d.
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    REPAIRS TO WOOD PAVING Laid in the Parish in former years, were carried out as occasion required, and amount to—
    £s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    £s.d.
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    The cost of the general repairs to sewers and gullies, and cleansing sewers by men in the employ of your Vestry, was as follows:—
    £s.d.
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    ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of the Servers and General Rates and of the other Moneys applicable to the purposes of the Local Management Acts, from the 25th day of March , 1893 , to the 25th day of March, 1894.
    RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE.
    1893-4£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.1893-4
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    RECEIPTS.
    1893-4.£s.d.£s.d.
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    EXPENDITURE.
    1893-4.£s.d.£s.d.
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    A. RATES ACCOUNT.
    1893-4Sewers Rate.General Rates.Total.
    £s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
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    B. PAVING.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    c. CLEANSING.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    D. STREET WATERING.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    APPENDICES. E- LOCAL SEWERS.
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    APPENDICES.
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    H. SALARIES AND SUPERANNUATION ALLOWANCES.
    Annual Salary or Allowance at Lady-day, 1894.SALARIES.
    ££s.d.£s.d.
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    I. HORSES, PROVENDER, &c.
    £s.d.
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    J. SANITARY.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    K. PRINTING, STATIONERY, BOOKS, ADVERTISEMENTS, &c.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    L. CARPENTER, PLUMBER, &c.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    M. WHEELWRIGHT, &c.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    APPENDICES. N. ALTERATIONS AT STONEYARD (Exclusive of labour.)
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    O. SUNDRIES.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES WESTMINSTER. Outstanding Assets and Liabilities on the 25 th March, 1894.
    LIABILITIES.ASSETS.
    1894. 25th March.£s.d.1894. 25th March.£s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    1894. 25th March. LIABILITIES£s.d.1894. 25th March. ASSETS.£s.d.
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    Continued from previous page...
    1894. 25th March. LIABILITIES.£s.d.1894. ASSETS.£s.d.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. An Account of all Contracts entered into or continued by the Vestry during the year ended 25 th March , 1894.
    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.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. An Account of all Contracts entered into or continued by the Vestry during the year ended 2 5th March , 1894 ( continued).
    Date of Contract.Name of Companyor Party with whom Contract was made.Nature of Works to be performed or Materials to be used or supplied.Amount or Price.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. An Account of all Contracts entered into or continued by the Vestry during the year ended 25th March, 1894 ( continued).
    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.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. Statement of Receipts and Payments in respect of the Poor Rate Account for the year ended 25th March, 1894.
    Receipts.Expenditure.
    1893. March 25.£s.d.1894. March 25.£s.d.
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    ST. JAMES'S DWELLINGS. Income Account for the year ended 31 st March, 1894.
    1894. March 31.£s.d.1894. March 31.£s.d.
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    ST. JAMES'S DWELLINGS ACCOUNT. Balance Sheet, 31 st March, 1894.
    To Capital—£s.d.£s.d.By Cash—£s.d.£s.d.
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    WESTMINSTER UNION. Statement of Account of the Guardians of the Poor for the Year ended Lady-day , 1894.
    RECEIPTS.£s.d.EXPENDITURE.£s.d.
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    STATEMENT OF LOAN.
    Date.Amount.Period.Rate of Interest.Amount of fixed Annual Instalment. Principal and Interest combined.Principal now outstanding.Future payments in respect of Interest.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. Statement of Accounts of the Commissioners for Public Baths and Washhouses during the year ended 31st December , 1893.
    1893.RECEIPTS.£s.d.£s.d.1893.PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    ARCHBISHOP TENISON'S SCHOOL. Statement of Accounts for the Year ending December 31st, 1893.
    Dr. RECEIPTS.Cr. . EXPENDITURE.
    1893.£s.d.£s.d.1893.£s.d.£s.d.
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    BURLINGTON SCHOOL. Statement of Accounts for the Year ended 31st December, 1893.
    RECEIPTS.PAYMENTS.
    1893.£s.d.£s.d.1893.£s.d.
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    CRAVEN PEST HOUSE CHARITY. Statement of Accounts for the Year 1893.
    £s.d.£s.d.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. Statement of Accounts of sundry Parochial Charities for the year 1893.
    Receipts.Payments.
    1893.£s.d.1893.£8.d.
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    KNIGHTSBRIDGE AND OTHERS' CHARITY.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d
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    LE QUAINTER'S CHARITY.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    NEWTON AND BAGSHAW'S CHARITY.
    RECEIPTS.EXPENDITURE.
    1893.£s.d.1893.£s.
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    BRODER'S, PORTEUS', AND ANDREWS' CHARITY.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    FORSTER'S BEQUEST.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    ATKINSON MORLEY'S WIDOWS' FUND.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    PAYLER'S CHARITY.
    1893. RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d
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    BLANCHARD'S BEQUEST.
    1893 RECEIPTS.£s.d.1893. PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    LIST OF THE PAROCHIAL CHARITIES, &c.
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Incomesource of income..
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME. (Amount of Bequest).
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    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OP INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Continued from previous page...
    BenefactorOBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
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    Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Trustees of St. Martin in-the-Fields Almshouse and Pension Charity, From, the 1st January, to the 31st December, 1893.
    RECEIPTS.£s.d.£s.d.PAYMENTS.£s.d.£s.d.
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    Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Trustees of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Almshouse and Pension Charity, From, the 1st January, to the 31st December 1893. — continued
    RECEIPTS.Insurance.Rent and Insurance.PAYMENTS.£s.d.
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    The following table gives a summary of the certified causes of death among persons dying in outlying institutions, but reported as having come from the district of St. James's, Westminster:—
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    Pleurisy 1
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    The following Table shows the periods of life in which the deaths in St. James's have occurred in the last Seven years respectively.
    Under 1 Year ot Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under CO.Abovo 60 and under 80.Above 80.Total
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    ZYMOTIC DEATHS OCCURRING IN ST. JAMES'S DURING THE 25 YEARS— 1869-93 INCLUSIVE.
    1869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893
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    Table showing the Names and numbers of the Zymotic and certain other deaths which occurred in St. James's in each Quarter of the Year, 1893.
    First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.Whole Year.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table I . —Causes of Death during Quarter ending Mar. 31st, 1893.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Union house.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 SO.80 and upwards.All Ages.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE I—Causes of Death during Quarter ending June 30th, 1803.
    CAUSES OP DEATH.Union house.Under 1 Yeaar of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Age.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE I.— Causes of Death during Quarter ending Sept 30 th, 1893.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Union house.Under 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and nnder 5.Above 5 and nnder 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE I.— Causes of Death during Quarter ending Dec. 31 st, 1893 .
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Union houseUnder 1 Year of Age.Above 1 and under 5Above 6 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above 40 and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Ages.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice, of the Sanitary Inspectors durinq the year 1893.
    No. of Case.Date.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed toPatient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No.of CaseDate.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parentis Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London) Act , 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No.of Case.Date.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. T able II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued
    No. of Cases.DateAddress.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and, coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No. of CaseDate.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under 0the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No. of Case.Date.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act , 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No.of CaseDate.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OP ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No.of Case.Date.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. T able II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No.of Case.Date.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. Table II.— Cases of Infectious Diseases notifiable under the Public Health (London ) Act, 1891, Sec. 55, and coming under the notice of the Sanitary Inspectors during the year 1893.— Continued.
    No. of caseDate.Address.Sex.Age.Disease.Removed to.Patient's Occupation.Parent's Occupation.Remarks.
  • Page 230
    PARISH OF ST. JAMES. WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE III—ABSTRACT OF WORKS DONE BY SANITARY INSPECTORS DURING THE YEAR, 1893.
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole Year.
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    PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE III.—ABSTRACT OF WORKS DONE BY SANITARY INSPECTORS DURING THE YEAR, 1893 ( Continued ) .
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second QuarterThird Quarter.Fourth QuarterFor the whole year.
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    TABLE III.—ABSTRACT OF WORK DONE BY SANITARY INSPECTORS DURING THE YEAR 1893. •
    NUISANCER REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole year.
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    TABLE IV.—SUMMARY OF WORK BY SANITARY INSPECTORS DURING THE YEAR 1893.
    NUISANCES REMOVED OR ABATED.First Quarter.Second Quarter.Third Quarter.Fourth Quarter.For the whole year.
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    Table V. — Underground Room or Cellars cleared of Occupants, under the 103rd Section of the Act 13 and 19 Victoria, cap 120, up to end of year, 1893.
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    Among the samples submitted for examination, there have been the following:—