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.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 Sewers||Ro 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 animals||Dampness.||Yards repaved or repaired.||Other nuisances|
|Destructor. Garbage.||By Tipping.||Other, state method.|