Horsham Urban District, Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915. Compulsory notification of Measles.
Notice that on and after 1st January 1916 cases of Measles and German Measles must be notified to the Medical Officer of Health for the District, either by the Medical Practitioner in attendance or by the parent or guardian or other person having charge of the sufferer.
Every parent or guardian or other person as soon as he or she becomes aware or has reasonable grounds for supposing that any person in his or her charge is suffering from Measles or German Measles must, unless the case has been already notified by a medical practitioner, forthwith notify the case to the Medical officer of Health for the District, stating the name and age of the patient and full address in a sealed envelope addressed to “Dr Stanley Child, Medical Officer of Health, Slinfold”.
By Order of the Council, S Mitchell, Clerk.
Council Offices Horsham, 7th December 1915.

Printer Horsham Press, Park Street.

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