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Barnes 1909

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Barnes]


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    TABLE I. Vital Statistics of whole District during 1909 and previous Years. Name of District-Barnes Urban.
    Year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births.Total Deaths Registered in the District.Total Deaths In Public Institutions in the District,Deaths of nonresidents registered in Public Institutions in the District.Deaths of residents registered in Public Institutions beyond the District.Nett Deaths at all Ages belonging to the District.
    Number.Rate.1Under 1 year of age'At all ages.
    Number.Kate per 1,000 births registeredNumber.Rate.*Number.Rate*
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    TABLE II. Vital Statistics of separate Localities in 1909 and previous years. Name of District- Barnes Urban.
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    TABLE III. Cases of Infectious Disease notified during the year 1909.
    Notifiable Disease.Cases Notified in Whole District.Total Cases notified in each locality.Number of Cases removed to Hospital from each locality.
    At all ages.At ages-Years.1 Barnes.2 M'rtl'ke1 Barnes.2 M'rtl'ke.Total Cases removed to Hospital.
    Under 1.1 to 5.5 to 15.15 to 25.25 to 65.65 and upw'ds.
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    TABLE IV. Causes of, and Ages at, Death during year 1909.
    Causes of Death.Deaths at the subjoined ages of "Residents" whether occurring in or beyond the District.Deaths at all ages of "Residents" belonging to Localities, whether occurring in or beyond the District.Total Deaths whether of Residents or Non residents in Public Institutions in the District.
    All AgesUnder 1 year.1 and under 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 6565 and upwards.Barnes.Mortlake.
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    TABLE V. Infantile Mortality during the Year 1909. Deaths from stated causes in Weeks and Months under 1 Year of Age.
    CAUSE OF DEATH.Under 1 Week.1-2 Weeks.2-3 Weeks.3-4 Weeks.Total under 1 Month.1-2 Months.2-3 Months.3-4 Months.4-5 Months.5-6 Months.6-7 Months.7-8 Months.8-9 Months.9-10 Months.10-11 Months.11-12 Months.Total Deaths under 1 year.
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    TABLE Showing the yearly increase in the number of inhabited houses since the last Census.
    Date of Computation.Number of Inhabited Houses.
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    TABLE Showing the number of cases of Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria and Enteric Fever notified annually since 1895, with the estimated populations and case rates for each year, the quinquennia 1896-1900 and 1901-1905, and the years 1906-1909.
    Year.Estimated Population.Cases Notified.Cases per 1.000 estimated Population.
    Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Enteric Fever.Totals.
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    TABLE Showing Case Mortality from certain diseases at the Isolation Hospital, Mortlake, since 1901.
    Admissions.Deaths.Mortality per cent.Admissions.Deaths.Mortality per cent.
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    TABLE Showing the Proceedings taken during 1909, under the Food and Drugs Act, by the County Inspector, Mr. Houghton.
    Articles Purchased.Samples taken.Found Genuine.Slightly Adulterated, etc.Cases in which proceedings taken.Convictions obtained.Fines Inflicted.
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    TABLE Showing the administration of the Vaccination Acts in the Mortlake Registration Sub-District (which includes the parishes of Barnes and Mortlake) according to the return made by Mr. Umney, Clerk to the Richmond Guardians. Return for the period January l st to December 31 st , 1908.
    Registration Sub-District Comprised in the Vaccination Officer's District.No. of Births returned in the Birth List Sheets as registered.Number of these Births duly entered by 31st January, 1910, in Cols. 1, 2, 4, & 5 of the Vaccination Register (Birth List Sheets), viz.:Number of these Births which on 31st Jan., 1910 remain unentered in the Vaccination Register on account (as shown by Report book) ofNumber of these Births remaining on 31st Jan., 1910, neither duly entered in the Vaccination Register (Cols. 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 of this return) nor temporarily accounted for in the Report Book (Cols. 8, 9, & 10 of this Return)Number of Certificates of Conscientious Objection actually received by the Vaccination Officer irrespective of the dates of Births of the Children to which they relate during the year 1909Total number of Certificates of successful Primary Vaccination at all ages received during the calendar year 1909.
    Col. 1.Column 2.COL. 4. Number in respect ofwhom Certificates or Statut'y Declarations of Conscientious Objection have been re-Col. 5.Postponement by Medical Certificate.Removal to Districts the Vac cination Officer of which has been duly ap prised.Re-moval to place unknown or which cannot be reacheo and cases not having been found.
    Successfully Vaccinated.Insusceptible of Vaccination.Had Small Pox.Dead un vaccinated.
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    1.- INSPECTION. Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspectors or Inspectors of Nuisances.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written NoticesProsecutions.
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    Particulars.Number of Defects.Number of Prosecutions.
    Found.Remedied.Referred to H. M. Inspector
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    Lists received from Employers.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers received from other Councils.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers forwarded
    Twice in the year.Once in the year.
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    Workshops on the Register (S. 131) at the end of the year.Number.
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    SECTION 107.Number of Inspections of Outworkers' premises.OUTWORK IN UNWHOLESOME PREMISES (SEC. 108).OUTWORK IN INFECTED PREMISES (SECS. 109 110).
    Prosecutions.Instances.Notices served.Prosecutions.Instances.Orders made (S. 110).Prosecutions (Sections 109, 110).
    Failing to keep or permit inspection of lists.Failing to send lists.
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    TABLE Showing the work done by the Sanitary Inspectors during 1909 with regard to places under the Factory and Workshops Act, 1901.
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    TABLE Work done by the Sanitary Inspectors during 1909, having relation to the Housing of the Working Classes.
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    TABLE Showing the number of certain places under the Council's supervision, and the visits made to them by the Sanitary Inspectors during 1909.
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    TABLE Work done by the Sanitary Inspectors during 1909 with relation to infectious diseases.
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    TABLE Showing the number and kind of general nuisances discovered and remedied during 1909.
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    TABLE Showing the general work done in the Sanitary Department during 1909, and in the four preceding years.
    Nature of Work Done.19051906190719081909