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Wealdstone 1913

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Wealdstone]

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No.3. SANITARY WORK, 1913.

Drainage and Sewerage of existing Buildings.Disinfection.Dust.Sundry Nuisances Abated.
Water Closets.Percentage of Houses Provided with Water Closets.Drains.Cesspools.Percentage of Houses Draining into SewersRo ms Disinfected.infected or Destroyed.
Number of Water Closets substituted for Dry Receptacles.Repaired, Supplied with Water, or otherwise Improved.Examined, Tested, Exposed, etc.Unstopped, Repaired, Trapped etc.Waste Pipes, Rain Water Pipes Disconnected, Repaired, etc.New Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts fixed.Existing Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts repaired.Disconnecting Traps or Chambers Inserted.Reconstructed.Rendered Impervious, Emptied, Cleansed, etc.Abolished, and Drain connected to Sewer.Ordinary infectious diseases.Phthisis.Rooms stripped and cleansed.Ordinary infectious disease.Phthisis.New bins provided.Periodical frequency of dust removal.Number of Complaints of non-removal received.Method of Disposal.Overcrowding.Smoke.Accumulation of refuse.Foul ditches, ponds, &c., and stagnant water.Foul pigs and other animalsDampness.Yards repaved or repaired.Other nuisances
Destructor. Garbage.By Tipping.Other, state method.