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(f.) The amount of rent or charge payable by each lessee.

8. In every case where the landlord of a lodginghouse occupies or resides in any part of the premises, or retains a general possession or control of the premises, such landlord shall, at all times when required by the medical officer of health, the inspector of nuisances, or any other officer specially appointed or authorized by the nuisance authority in that behalf, afford any such officer free access to the interior of the premises for the purpose of inspection. .

9. In every case where the landlord of a lodginghouse does not occupy or reside in any part of the premises, or retain a general possession or control of the premises, every lodger who is entitled to have or to exercise the control of the outer door of the premises shall, at all times when required by the medical officer of health, the inspector of nuisances, or any other officer specially appointed or authorized by the nuisance authority in that behalf, afford any such officer free access to the interior of the premises for the purpose of inspection.

10. Every lodger in a lodging-bouse shall, at all times when required by the medical officer of health, the inspector of nuisances, or any other officer specially appointed or authorized by the nuisance authority in that behalf, afford any such officer free access for the purpose of inspection to the interior of any room or rooms which may have been let to such lodger,

11. In every case where the medical officer of health, the inspector of nuisances, or any other officer specially appointed or authorized by the nuisance authority in

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that behalf, has, for the purpose of inspection, obtained access to the interior of a lodging-house, or to the interior of any room or rooms in such house, a person shall not wilfully obstruct any such officer in the inspection of any part of the premises, or, without reasonable excuse, neglect or refuse, when required by any such officer, to render him such assistance as may be reasonably necessary for the purpose of such inspection.

12. In every case where a lodger in a lodging house is entitled to the exclusive use of any court, courtyard, area, or other open space within the curtilage of the premises, such lodger shall cause such court, courtyard, area, or other open space to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite for the purpose of keeping the same in a clean and wholesome condition.

13. In every case where two or more lodgers in a lodging-house are entitled to the use in common of any court, courtyard, area, or other open space within the curtilage of the premises, the landlord shall cause such court, courtyard, area, or other open space to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite for the purpose of keeping the same in a clean and wholesome condition.

14. The landlord of a lodging-house shall cause every part of the structure of every water-closet belonging to such house to be maintained at all times in good order, and every part of the apparatus of such water-closet, and every drain or means of drainage with which such water-closet may communicate, to be maintained at all times in good order and efficient action. He shall also cause all such means of ventilation as may be provided in or in connection with such water-closet to be maintained at all times in good order.

15. In every case where a lodger in a lodging-house is entitled to the exclusive use of any water-closet belonging to such house, such lodger shall cause the pan, seat, floor, and walls of such water-closet to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be necessary for the purpose of keeping such pan, seat, floor, and walls in a clean and wholesome condition.

16. In every case where two or more lodgers in a lodging-house are entitled to the use in common of any water-closet belonging to such house, the landlord shall cause the pan, seat, floor, and walls of such water-closet to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be necessary for the purpose of keeping such pan, seat, floor, and walls in a clean and wholesome condition.

17. The landlord of a lodging-house shall cause 'every part of the structure of every ashpit or dustbin belonging to such house to be maintained at all times in good order.

18. In every case where a lodger in a lodging-house is entitled to the exclusive use of any ashpit or dustbin belonging to such house, such lodger shall cause such ashpit or dustbin to be kept at all times in a wholesome condition.

19. In every case where two or more lodgers in a lodging-house are entitled to the use in common of any ashpit or dustbin belonging to such house, the

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landlord shall cause such ashpit or dustbin to be kept at all times in a wholesome condition.

20. A lodger in a lodging-house, or an occupant of any room therein, shall not throw any filth or wet refuse into any ashpit or dustbin belonging to such house.

21. Every lodger in a lodging-house shall cause the floor of every room which has been let to him to be thoroughly swept once at least in every day, and to be thoroughly washed once at least in every week.

22. Every lodger in a lodging-house shall cause every window, every fixture or fitting of wood, stone, or metal, and every painted surface in every room which has been let to him to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite.

23. Every lodger in a lodging-house shall cause all solid or liquid filth or refuse to be removed once at least in every day from every room which has been let to him, and shall once at least in every day cause every vessel, utensil, or other receptacle for such filth or refuse to be thoroughly cleansed.

24. In every case where a lodger in a lodging-house is entitled to the exclusive use of any staircase, landing, or passage in such house, such lodger shall cause every part of such staircase, landing, or passage to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite.

25. A lodger in a lodging-house shall not cause or suffer any animal to be kept in any room which has been let to such lodger or elsewhere upon the premises in such a manner as to render the condition of such room or premises filthy or unwholesome.

26. In every case where a lodger in a lodging-house is entitled to the exclusive use of any cistern or other receptacle for the storage of water supplied to the premises, such lodger shall cause every part of the interior of such cistern or receptacle to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite for the purpose of keeping the same in a clean and wholesome condition.

27. In every case where two or more lodgers in a lodging-house are entitled to the use in common of any cistern or other receptacle for the storage of water supplied to the premises, the landlord shall cause every part of the interior of such cistern or receptacle to be thoroughly cleansed from time to time as often as may be requisite for the purpose of keeping the same in a clean and wholesome condition.

28. The landlord of a lodging-house shall provide privy accommodation for such house by means of a water-closet or water-closets.

He shall provide such accommodation so that the number of water-closets in relation to the greatest number of persons who, subject to the restrictions imposed by any regulations in that behalf, may at any one time occupy rooms in the house as sleeping apartments, shall be in the proportion of not less than one water-closet for every twelve persons.

29. In every case where, for the purpose of providing privy accommodation for a lodging-house, in pursuance of the requirements of any regulation in that behalf, the construction of a new water-closet is necessary, and where such construction, so far as regards the several details hereinafter specified, is not already the

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