Papers relating to health legislation, includes details of conventions put together after an International Sanitary Convention held in Paris, inspection of ships for illnesses and the need to fly flags informing authorities of the presence of disease, regulations on cholera, yellow fever and plague, reports on unsanitary conditions in the Island including St Helier and St Luke's/Grève d'Azette district, reports on the treatment of sewage from the UK, a petition relating to unsanitary conditions in St Aubin's Harbour, the dumping of refuge dredged from the Harbour between Elizabeth Castle and Picket House, petition of the Jersey Commercial Association asking for supervision on drainage from houses and the cessation of the dumping of sewage at the Fort d'Auvergne area, Havre des Pas, an outbreak of enteric fever in St Helier, cases of venereal disease affecting the troops and treatment, deaths of tuberculosis in the Island, law relating to the Public Lunatic Asylum, UK guidance relating to cancer, procedures to follow when armed force personnel are invalided from service, law granting Act of Incorporation for the Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary and the Jersey Clinic

Reference: A/D1/H17

Date: September 7th 1871 - May 4th 1937

Annual Report of the work done by the Public Health Dept in 1944, including statistics for the year, effects of the occupation, work of the sanitary inspectors, and an annual review from each of the hospitals.

Reference: B/A/W31/7/37

Date: March 31st 1945 - March 31st 1945

Public Health Committee, Sanitary Section minute book, with index

Reference: C/B/J3/1

Date: February 7th 1949 - January 29th 1951

Public Health Committee, Sanitary Section minute book, with index

Reference: C/B/J3/2

Date: February 5th 1951 - January 21st 1952

Various committees minute book, with index at back

Reference: C/D/AD1/5

Date: January 10th 1879 - February 17th 1885

Digital copy of Case Notes by Child Care Officer J Bruce Elliott. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 85. For Witness 85's statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 4 June 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/10/WS000112.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/15/WD000362

Date: June 8th 1979 - June 18th 1979

Plan of the Jersey Prison Proposed Sanitary Arrangements to B Block-scale 1ft: quarter inch

Reference: D/AG/G1/8

Date: June 1st 1960 - June 1st 1960

Report regarding the measures taken against the invasion of cholera in the island, prepared by Theodore Thomson, Medical Inspector of the Local Government Board. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/33

Date: April 26th 1893 - April 26th 1893

Reports from the Engineer of the States regarding the sanitation and ventilation in the Royal Court. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/57

Date: November 11th 1895 - November 11th 1895

Memorandum on preventive measures against Cholera issued by the sanitary committee of the States.

Reference: D/AP/Y/B/2

Date: 1885 - 1885

Quarterly report by the Sanitation Committee relating to the Jersey New Waterworks. The report gives details on cholera and the role in which sanitation plays in the spread of the disease.

Reference: D/AP/Y/B/3

Date: September 28th 1892 - September 28th 1892

Sanitation and Sewerage

Reference: D/AP/Y/C

Correspondence to the Sewerage Committee relating to the building of drains in St Helier.

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/1

Date: 1857 - 1858

Petition to the Sewerage Committee asking for the building of drains in Green Street and Fort Regent.

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/2

Date: 1858 - 1858

Report of the medical inspector and papers relating to the sanitary conditions of vessels arriving at St Helier Harbour, including details on bills of health for passengers. Also papers concerning the threat to health through unsanitary conditions in the English Harbour

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/3

Date: 1890 - 1894

Correspondence and reports relating to disinfectants for use by the Sanitation Committee

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/4

Date: 1893 - 1893

Correspondence to and from Leon and Clara Blanchard, tenants of the Refreshments Room at the Harbour, and the Harbours Committee relating to the poor conditions of the building affecting the health of Clara Blanchard.The Blanchards were then served with an eviction notice.

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/5

Date: 1894 - 1894

Accounts book relating to drains installed and maintained in individually named roads. Includes index to roads.

Reference: D/AP/Y/C/6

Date: 1846 - 1852

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