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 Wealdstone]
No 1. SANITARY WORK. 1913.
|Enumerate (1) Adoptive Acts (2) Byelaws, in force in District.||Particulars as to Staff employed in Sanitary Department, specify if Inspectors are engaged in any other duties, and if so, what.||Inspections.||Action taken. (Other than under H.and T.P. Act.)||Dwelling Houses and Action under H. and T P.Act,1909.||Houses let in lodgings (Tenement Houses.)||Common Lodging Houses.|
|Number of Premises Inspected (1) on Complaint.||Number of Premises Inspected in connection with Infec-(2) tious Diseases.||Number of Premises under (3) Periodical Inspection.||Houses Inspected from House-(4) to-House.||Total Number of Inspections (5) and re-inspections made.||Cautionary or Intimation Notices Given.||Statutory Orders Issued.||Summonses Served.||Convictions Obtained.||Number of Houses dealt with under Section 15.||Number of Houses found to be in a state Dangerous or Injurious to Health (Sect. 17).||Number of Representations made by M.O.H. (Sect 17).||Number of Houses made Habitable without Closing Orders.||Number of Closing Orders made by L A. (Sect 17).||Number of Houses closed Vo untarily.||Number of Closing Orders determined after Repairs (Sect. 17)||Number of Houses Demolished (a) by order of L A. (Sect. 17), (b) Voluntarily.||IIIegal Underground Dwellings Vacated.||Number Registered under Bye-laws.||Number of Contraventions.||Number Registered under Bye-Laws.||Number of Inspections made.|
|It has been found that serving the ordinary notices under the P.H. Acts has been quite sufficient to cause the work required to be done.|