Order and registration concerning the prohibition of construction work with applications for building permits

Reference: B/A/W30/137

Date: January 25th 1944 - May 30th 1944

Extra rations for heavy workers. Includes applications for extra rations on behalf of their workforce

Reference: B/A/W31/1/61

Date: August 5th 1941 - November 6th 1942

New Order concerning the use of motor vehicles. Includes: - List of licensed cars and cars from which licences withdrawn

Reference: B/A/W31/4/8

Date: February 17th 1941 - March 21st 1941

Notice that cess pool to be emptied at West Park Pavilion

Reference: B/A/W31/7/4

Date: April 27th 1942 - April 27th 1942

Shipment of goods from Germany ordered by Messrs. Boots the Chemist

Reference: B/A/W32/1/2

Date: April 1st 1941 - April 1st 1941

Supplies and requirements of Cement, includes; - Cement for the St Brelade's War Cemetery at First Tower Jan 1945 - Cement for the Public Health Dept - sewer repairs etc. - Cement for road repairs - Cement supplied by the O.T. - Requests from the Dept of Labour - Monthly lists of quantities of Cement Issued for Feb 1943 - Dec 1944, includes name and address of contractor, where cement is to be used, work and weight issued.

Reference: B/A/W32/2/26

Date: 1943 - 1945

100 workmen to be put at the disposal of the FK by the Department of Labour. Includes request for D J Crowell, 1 Beachleigh Cottages, St Clement to not be included in this number.

Reference: B/A/W40/16/6

Date: July 27th 1943 - September 9th 1943

Transfer of 1,000 candles from Guernsey to the Jersey Department of Public Health

Reference: B/A/W45/42

Date: June 22nd 1942 - June 23rd 1942

Report on the state of health of the population in Jersey by the Public Health Department. Detailed lists of medical supplies required.

Reference: B/A/W49/14/9

Date: December 23rd 1944 - January 3rd 1945

Reports from the Chairman of the Medical Board on rationing, the number of calories necessary for daily normal life and the number of calories being allowed to the population. Report from the Department of Public Health on the food, fuel and drug position of the Island if the occupation is prolonged. Article in the Monthly Bulletin of the Ministry of Health and the Emergency Public Health Laboratory Service, directed by the Medical Research Council on the effects of the occupation on the state of health and nutrition in the Channel Islands - Sept 1945

Reference: B/A/W66/1

Date: May 1st 1941 - September 30th 1945

Repairs to drains at Victoria Avenue and New St John's Road

Reference: B/A/W66/2

Date: October 27th 1941 - December 16th 1941

Correspondence relating to a report from Dr Blackwenn about the proposed evacuation of the Mental Hospital

Reference: B/A/W66/3

Date: February 25th 1942 - February 28th 1942

Correspondence with the Department of Public Health re. the emptying of latrines

Reference: B/A/W66/4

Date: November 21st 1944 - December 5th 1944

Complaints re. rations allowed to political prisoners from the Medical Officer of Health at the Public Health Department. Extra rations given to TB sufferers John Mackay Tipping and Stanley Coombs

Reference: B/A/W81/3

Date: March 11th 1944 - March 24th 1944

Copy of the Medical Officer of Health of the Public Health Department's report on the conditions in the public prison

Reference: B/A/W81/9

Date: February 26th 1945 - April 25th 1945

Correspondence file Public Health Abortion

Reference: B/D/A/P11/1 (101)

Date: March 19th 1977 - October 1st 1993

Correspondence file Advisory Panel for the Control of Public Entertainment Films and Videos

Reference: B/D/A/P12/14

Date: March 6th 1980 - March 6th 2002

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