Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southall-Norwood]
Medical Officer of Health,
To the Members of the Southall-Norwood Urban District Council.
I have the honour to submit for your consideration my 12th
Annual Report on the Vital Statistics and Sanitary condition of your
District for the year 1902.
The Report is divided into three Sections dealing respectively
with Vital Statistics; Notifiable Diseases; and a Summary of the
general Sanitary Work for the year.
I have worked out the rates of Mortality and Morbidity for the
East and West Wards as well as for the District as a whole, the
corrected Census Data for 1901 being now available.
The following particulars are taken from the recently published
Official Report of the Census of the County of Middlesex:—*
|Date of Formation.||Population.||Houses.|
|Norwood—St. Mary the Virgin||—||3664||161|
|Southall Green—St. John||1850||6544||1246|
* Eyre & Spottiswood, East Harding Street, Fleet Street, E.C.—Price 11d.