The Housing Problem in England: Its Statistics, Legislation, and Policy

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At the University Press, 1907 - 327 pages

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Page 316 - house' means any house or part of a house occupied as a " separate dwelling." "The expression 'working class' means mechanics, artisans, labourers, and " others working for wages, hawkers, costermongers, persons not working for " wages but working at some trade or handicraft without employing others except " members of their own family, and persons, other than domestic servants, whose " income in any case does not exceed an average of thirty shillings a week, and " the families of any such persons...
Page 30 - The health of the people is really the foundation upon which all their happiness and all their powers as a state depend.
Page 96 - ... provisions binding the grantee or lessee to build thereon as in the grant or lease prescribed, and to maintain and repair the building, and prohibiting the division of the site or building, and any addition to or alteration of the character of the building, without the consent of the corporation, and for the re-vesting of the site in the corporation, or its reentry thereon, on breach of any provision in the grant or lease.
Page 315 - ... shall be paid into the receipt of her Majesty's Exchequer in such manner as the Treasury may direct, and shall be carried to and form part of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom.

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