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Kingston upon Thames 1920

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Kingston-upon-Thames]


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10 tables in this report

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    CAUSES OF DEATHS (Civilians only).
    Causes of Death.Males.Females.
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    Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspector or Inspector of Nuisances.
    PREMISESNumber of
    InspectionsWritten NoticesProsecutions
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    Defects found in Factories, Workshops & Workplaces.
    PARTICULARSNo. of DefectsNumber of Presecu-tions
    FoundRemediedReferred to H.M. Inspector
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    Registered Workshops. A New Register is in course of formation. Other Matters
    Class (1)Number (2)
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    INSPECTIONS. The following is the total number of inspections made in regard to each section of the work, together with a summary of sanitary improvements executed :—
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    The following premises were re-drained during the year :—
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    HOUSING. Only 8 houses were inspected under the Housing Acts during the vear. viz :—
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    The result of inspections is reflected in the following list of foodstuffs condemned during the year:—
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    189 complaints were made during the year as follows :—
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    Complaints—( contd.)