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.2. SANITARY WORK, 1913.
|Canal Boats used as Dwellings.||Movable Dwellings, Caravans, Tents, &c.||Bakehouses.||Slaughcer houses.||Cow-sheds.||Dairies and Milk-shops.||Unsound Food.||Offensive Trades.||Water Supply and Water Service.|
|Wells.||Percentage of Houses supplied from Public Water Service.||Cisterns.||Draw-Taps placed on mains.||Percentage of Houses supplied on 1 Constant System.||Number of Samples obtained for analysis from Public Supply.|
|Number Registered under the Acts.||Number of Contraventions of Regulations.||Number Observed during the Year.||Number of Nuisances therefrom abated.||Number Removed from District||Number in District.||Contraventions of Factory Acts.||Number on Register.||Number of inspections made.||Frequency of Inspection.||Contravention of Bye-Laws.||Number on Register.||Number of Inspections made.||Frequency of inspection.||Contraventions of Regulations.||Number of Milch Cows in District.||Number on Register.||Number of Inspections made and frequency of inspection.||Contraventions of Regulations.||Meat (including organs) seized and surrendered. (Approximate weight in pounds).||Fish seized and surrendered. (Approximate weight in pounds).||Fruit and Vegetables seized and surrendered. (Approximate weight in pounds).||Method of disposal.||Number of Premises inDistrict.||Number of Inspections made.||Contravention of Bye-Laws.|
|New Sunk.||Cleansed, Repaired, &c.||Closed as Polluted.||New Provided.||Cleansed, Repaired, Covered, &c.|
|-||-||-||-||-||6||-||3||98||Fortnightly and occasionally.||-||3||28||Quarterly and occasionally.||-||63||10||28. Quarterly & occasionally.||-||-||1 box (121bs)||-||Buried.||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||6||-||-||-|