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Mitcham 1923

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Mitcham]


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21 tables in this report

  • Page 5
    2. Extracts from Vital Statistics of the Year.
    Total.M.F.Birth rate.
  • Page 7
    The following figures show the number of illegitimate births occurring during the past nine years.
    Number of Illegitimate Births.Percentage.
  • Page 7
    Registered Births and Birth Rates.
    Ward.Estimated Population.Births.Birth Rates.
  • Page 9
    Birth-rate. Death-rate, and Analysis of Mortality during the year 1923.
    -Birthrate Per 1000 Total Population.Annual Death-Rate per 1000 Population.rate per 1000 Births.
    All Causes.Enteric Fever.Small-pox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Whooping Cough.Diphtheria.Influenza.Violence.Diarrhoea and Enteritis (under Two Years.)Total Deaths under One Year.
  • Page 12
    During the year Dr. Cave examined 27 specimens of sputa sent by medical men practising within this District.
    Age Periods.New Cases.Deaths.
  • Page 12
    The cases were distributed amongst the following Wards :—
    Localisation.Total Cases.East.North.South.West.
  • Page 13
    Reports of Visits paid by Health Visitors for 1923.
    Miss Rogers.Miss Knight.Total.
  • Page 14
    Report of Infant Welfare Centres, 1923.
    Particulars.Zion Schools.The Woodlands.St. Barnabas.Total
  • Page 15
    Legal Proceedings.—In the following cases it was found necessary to institute legal proceedings to enforce the abatement of nuisances:—
  • Page 18
    The following Table shows the number of samples obtained in this District which were analysed during the year:—
    ArticlesAnalysedAdulterated or DeterioratedProsecutionsConvictions
  • Page 19
    1. Inspection of Factories, Workshops and Workplaces. Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspectors.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written Notices.Prosecutions.
  • Page 20
    2.—Defects found in Factories, Workshops and Workplaces.
    Particulars.Number of Defects.
    Found.Remedied.Referred to H.M. Inspector.Number of Prosecutions.
  • Page 21
    Nature of Work.1Outworkers' Lists, Section 107.Outwork in Unwholesome Premises, Section 108.Outwork in Infected Premises, Sections 109,110.
    Lists received from Employers.Notices served on Occupiers as to keeping or sending lists.Prosecutions.Instances.Notices served.Prosecutions.Instances.Orders made (s. 110).Prosecutions (Sections 109, 110).
    Sending twice in the year.Sending once in the year.Failing to keep or permit inspection of lists.Failing to send lists.
    Lists †Outworkers †ListsOutworkers.
  • Page 22
    4.—Registered Workshops.
    Workshops on the Register at the end of the Year.Number.
  • Page 24
    The number of patients admitted last year, together with the number of deaths and the case mortality, is :—
  • Page 25
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    Cases.Deaths.Case Mortality (per cent.).
  • Page 25
    This work was divided amongst the constituent Authorities and amongst the patients at the Hospital as shown by the following table:—
    Swabs for Diphtheria.Sputa.
  • Page 26
    Patients Admitted to Hospital during 1923.
    District.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Pneumonia.Puerperal Fever.Typhoid Fever.Erysipelas.Tuberculosis.Measles.Encephalitis Letharg-ica.Influenza.Totals.
  • Page 27
    Table I.—Cases of Infectious Disease Notified during the Year 1923.
    Disease.Number of Cases Notified.Total Cases Notified in each Ward.Total Cases Removed to Hospital.
    At all Ages.At Ages—Years.
    Under 1 year.1 and under 2 years.2 and under 3 years.3 and under 4 years.4 and under 5 years.5 and under 10 years.10 and under 15 years.15 and under 20 years.20 and under 35 years.35 and under 45 years.45 and under 05 years.65 and over.East.North.SouthWest.
  • Page 28
    TABLE II.—Deaths registered during the Calendar Year 1923, classified by Age and Cause.
    Causes of Death.Net Deaths at the subjoined Ages of "Residents" whether occurring within or without the District.
    At all Ages.Under 1 year.1 and under 2 years.2 and under 5 years.5 and under 15 years.15 and under 25 years.25 and under 45 years.45 and under 65 years.65 and upwards.
  • Page 29
    TABLE III.—Ascertained Cases of Infectious Disease since the Adoption of the Notification Act.