TABLE I, continued.
Note.—The deaths to be included in Column 7 of this table are the
whole of those registered during the year as having actually occurred within
the district or division. The deaths to be included in Column 12 are the
number in Column 7, corrected by the subtraction of the number in Column
10 and the addition of the number in Column 11.
By the term "Non-Residents" is meant persons brought into the district
on account of sickness or infirmity, and dying in public institutions there;
and by the term "Residents" is meant persons who have been taken out of
the district on account of sickness or infirmity, and have died in public
The "Public institutions" to be taken into account for the purposes of
these Tables are those into which persons are habitually received on account
ot sickness or infirmity, such as hospitals, workhouses and lunatic asylums.
A list of the Institutions in respect of the deaths in which corrections have been made should be given on the back of this Table.
|Total population at all ages||10,094||At Census of 1901.|
|Area of District in acres (exclusive of area covered by water).||2,636||Number of inhabited houses||1,918|
|Average number of persons per house||5.3|
|Institutions within the District receiving sick and infirm persons from outside the District.||Institutions outside the District receiving sick and infirm persons from the District.||Other Institutions, the deaths in which have been distributed among the several localities in the District.|
|The Clock and Watchmaker's Asylum.||The Victoria Cottage Hospital, Barnet. Barnet Isolation Hospital. Workhouse, Barnet. Herts County Asylum.|!()
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