Sanitary Inspectors' Practical Guide: With Inspection of Lodging-houses (under Sanitary Acts) and the Sale of Food & Drugs Amendment Act, 1879 for Sanitary Inspectors in the London Metropolitan Area, the Corporation and Local Board Districts of England

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Shaw & Sons, 1884 - 143 pages
 

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Page 36 - For fixing and from time to time varying the number of persons who may occupy a house or part of a house which is let in lodgings or occupied by members of more than one family...
Page 25 - For the purposes of this act, 1. any premises in such a state as to be a nuisance or injurious to health; 2.
Page 21 - Any medical officer of health, inspector of nuisances, or inspector of weights and measures, or any inspector of a market, or any police constable under the direction and at the cost of the local authority appointing such officer, inspector, or constable, or charged with the execution of...
Page 20 - No person shall sell to the prejudice of the purchaser any article of food or any drug which is not of the nature, substance, and quality of the article demanded by such purchaser...
Page 27 - Secondly, that where the person causing the nuisance cannot be found, and it is clear that the nuisance does not arise or continue by the act, default, or sufferance of the owner or occupier of the premises, the local authority may themselves abate the same without further order.
Page 29 - Provided that the court may, if it thinks fit, adjourn the hearing or further hearing of the summons for an examination of the premises where the nuisance is alleged to exist...
Page 41 - It stops ventilation or otherwise makes or conduces to make such other buildings to be in a condition unfit for human habitation...
Page 45 - In this Act, if not inconsistent with the context, the following words and expressions have the meanings hereinafter respectively assigned to them ; that is to say...
Page 12 - ... (3) He shall by inspection of the district, both systematically at certain periods, and at intervals, as occasion may require, keep himself informed of the conditions injurious to health existing therein.
Page 39 - By their order the justices may require the person on whom it is made to provide sufficient privy accommodation, means of drainage or ventilation, or to make safe and habitable, or to pave, cleanse, whitewash, disinfect, or purify the premises which are a nuisance or injurious to health, or such part thereof as the justices may direct in their order, or to drain, empty, cleanse, fill up, amend, or remove the injurious pool, ditch, gutter, watercourse, privy, urinal, cesspool, drain or ashpit which...

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