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St James's 1893

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

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Fire escapes with attendants are nightly stationed in
Golden Square and next the Parish Church, Piccadilly, and
at the Fire Engine Station in Great Marlborough Street,
and corner of Rathbone Place. Arrangements are also
made for an escape to attend all tires during the daytime.
In accordance with the Standing Orders of the London
County Council, notices were given to the Vestry in the
month of August, by intending applicants for Music and
Dancing Licenses, as follows:—
Bratt, Edwin, The Swallow, 6 Swallow-street, for Music
Bourke, Algernon Henry, Willis's Restaurant, 26, Kingstreet,
St. James's-square, for Music only.
Coleridge, William Arthur Rokeby, Willis's Restaurant,
26, King-street, St. James's-square, for the transfer of
a Music License to himself.
Dorling, Florence, The Trocadero, 7 and 8, Great Windmill-street,
for a Music and Dancing License.
Ellis, Joshua, The Criterion, 221, Piccadilly, for Music
and Dancing.
Highton, Theodore Arthur, Piccadilly Art Galleries, and
Prince's Hall, 190 to 196, Piccadilly, for Music and
Maskelyne, John Nevil, Egyptian Hall, 170, Piccadilly,
for Music only.
Monico, James, Cafe Monico, 46, Regent-street, for
Music and Dancing.

Piccadilly conveniences above referred to), erected and maintained by the Vestry:—

Situation.No. of Compartments.Situation.No. of Compartments.
Bridle Lane3King's Arms Yard3
Broad Street9Mason's Yard3
Coach and Horses Yard3Ramilies Street4
Cork Street Mews3Vine Street7
Ham Yard3Wells Street5
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The cost of maintaining the Urinals during the year is as follows:—

Water for flushing65192
Wages for cleansing6500
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