Act relating to cholera of 23/01/1893, with modifications, passengers can only be accepted into the island from countries given a 'clean bill of health', listed. Countries still infected also listed. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/35

Date: September 4th 1893 - September 4th 1893

Act of the Sanitary Committee relating to measures against contagious diseases or epidemics. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/39

Date: November 21st 1893 - November 21st 1893

Analysis of the Medical Inspectors Reports presented by Deputy Durell of St Helier on behalf of the Sanitary Committee.Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/43

Date: 1893 - 1893

Report of the Medical Inspector of the States for the year 1890. Presented by the Sanitary Committee, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/5

Date: 1890 - 1890

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1895 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/65

Date: April 8th 1896 - April 8th 1896

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1897 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/85

Date: February 7th 1898 - February 7th 1898

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1898 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/99

Date: March 18th 1899 - March 18th 1899

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C D du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/14

Date: February 8th 1901 - February 8th 1901

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1902 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/34

Date: 1902 - 1902

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1903 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/36

Date: 1903 - 1903

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1904 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/58

Date: 1904 - 1904

Draft health regulations, presented by Jurat Aubin President of the Sanitary Committee. Lodged au Greffe. Printed by C P Du Parcq, printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/59

Date: February 7th 1905 - February 7th 1905

Annual Report of the Medical Inspector, Dr P Chappuis of the States of Jersey for the year 1905 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/69

Date: 1905 - 1905

Annual Reports of Dr P Chappius, the Medical Inspector and G Goold Walker, the Sanitary Inspector of the States of Jersey for the year 1906 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by J T Bigwood, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/78

Date: 1906 - 1906

Act of the special committee relating to a proposed amendment of the law regarding the practice of medicine and surgery, presented by Jurat Messervy. Lodged au Greffe, printed by C D du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/8

Date: September 3rd 1900 - September 3rd 1900

Annual Reports of Dr P Chappius, the Medical Inspector and G Goold Walker, the Sanitary Inspector of the States of Jersey, with an additional report from F W Toms, States Analyst re. cases of typhoid where the patient had eaten shell fish, for the year 1909 presented by the Sanitary Committee. Printed by J T Bigwood, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/89

Date: 1909 - 1909

States Greffe Department Superior Council miscellaneous file. Includes correspondence regarding income tax, fire brigade personnel, public health, compensation claims and rent payments

Reference: D/AP/T/8

Date: July 5th 1940 - December 22nd 1943

Petition to the States Assembly on the proposal to fluoridate the piped water supply of the Island, brought by Senator J J Le Marquand. The petition states, 'That your Petitioners view with grave concern the implementation of the Public Health Committee's proposal to fluoridate the piped water supply of the Island, in that, (a) Whilst appreciating the object in view, ie, the preservation of childrens teeth-such preservation can be effected in an equally satisfactory manner by various other human means, with the co-operation of the parebts of such children. (b) Whereas assurances of comparative safety in the fluoridation of water have been given. Such assurances are viewed with extreme doubt. Taking into consideration the possibility of human error and the completely conflicting world medical opinion on the question of the absorbtion of poisonous fluoride. (c) That such a policy as is envisaged in the Public Health Committee's proposal is forcing every user of piped water in the Island to absorb this poison even in minute quantities, involves a policy of compulsory Medication and is a direct inviolation of the Freedom of the individual.' Includes 5,255 signatures.

Reference: D/AP/U/152

Date: 1967 - 1967

Petition to Major General Philip Nelson Guy, Lieutenant Governor; Jean Hammond, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the butchers of St Helier regarding their preference for private slaughter houses since the public abatoirs were demolished and requesting the continuation for private slaughter houses to be built under the superintendence of the Public Inspector (not dated)

Reference: D/AP/U/20

Date: 1868 - 1873

Public Health

Reference: D/AP/Y

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