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For Index to Appendix, see page 351.

ABYSSINIAN tube wells, 19.

Ballard, Dr., and meat poisoning, 251.
Actinomycosis, 257.

Barff process for protecting pipes, 23.
Air in soil, 170.

Barracks, Cubic space required in,
Diseases produced by impure, 37. 44.
Quantity of, required, 35-38. Barry, Dr., on back-to-back houses, 9.
Weight of, as influencing ventila- Basement floors, 181.
tion, 46.

Baths, 127.
Alformant lamp, 213.

Bell trap, 92.
Allen's slop-water closet, 106. Bends in drains, 81.
Animals, Cubic space required for,

lead pipes, 113.
40.

Biological treatment of sewage, 147.
Diseases of, 251.

157.
Inspection of live, 246. Bisulphate of soda as a water steril.
Anthrax, 257.

iser, 32.
germs and disinfection ex. Black-leg, 258.
periments, 198.

Block-joint, 118.
Anti-D trap, 93.

Blood poisoning, 238.
Antill's trap, 92.

Blown joint, 117.
Antiseptics, 193.

Blyth, Mr. Wynter, and actinomyco-
Archer's drain joint, 80.

sis, 257.
Arlford, Meat poisoning at, 251.

carbolicacid
Arsenic in wall papers, 184.

as a dis-
Aspect for a house, 171.

infectant,
Asphalt as a protection against damp

210.
walls, 177.

formic alde.
for cellar floors, 182.

hyde, 215.
Astragal joint, 118.

» warming by
Atkins' filter, Experiments with, 27.

hot-water
Atmosphere, Carbonic acid as stan.

pipes, 71.
dard of purity of, 38. Boilers, Water supply of, 21.
Composition of, 36. Boiling as a means of disinfection,
Effect of, on stone, 172.
Impurities in, 37. Bonding-ties for cavity walls, 177.

Moisture in, 12. Bowditch, Dr., on phthisis from
Automatic flush tank, 94.

damp surroundings, 236.
Bovine tuberculosis, Elimination of,

268.
BACK-TO-BACK houses and death-rate, Bowels of animals, Inspection of,

9.

248.
diarrhea, 243. Boyle's mica-flap ventilator, 61.
phthisis, 243. Bread, 269.

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Bricks, 171.

Clay and brick-making, 171.
Ellison's ventilating, 54.

and mortar-making, 172.
Buchanan, Dr., on effect of sanitation soil, 170.
on death-rate, 3, 76.

Coal filter, 152.
Building, 169-186.

Coke breeze filter, 151.
materials, 171-174. Compulsory Notification of Infectious
sites, 169.

Diseases Act, 244.
Bye-laws regarding gullies, 90. Concrete, 173, 174.

for cellar floors, 182.

Conservancy system, 74.
CAMERON, Sir Chas., and fish poison. Construction of houses, 169-186.
ing, 265.

Consumption (see Tuberculosis).
Carbolic acid as a disinfectant, 210. Contact beds, 149, 152.
Carbonic acid as standard of impurity Contagion, Behaviour of, within the

in atmosphere, 38. body, 189.
,, in the atmosphere, 36. Convalescence from infectious disease,
oxide in stove-heated rooms, 189.
67.

Copper-bit joint, 117.
poisoning in Stafford. Corfield's drain trap, 87.
shire, 181.

Corn, 269.
Carcases of animals, Inspection of, Corrosive sublimate as a disinfectant,
247.

211.
Carpets, 185.

County councils and isolation hos-
Cat diphtheria, 187.

pitals, 194.
Cattle plague, 255.

Cowls, 50, 115.
Caulked lead joints, 117.

Cowsheds, byres, &c., 267.
Cavity walls, 177.

Drainage of, 111.
Cellar floors, 181.

Crosta's gully trap, 89.
Cement, 173.

Cubic space and Dairies, Cowsheds,
as a remedy against damp

and Milkshops Orcler,
walls, 176, 177.

40.
for flashings, 174.

in barracks, 40.
for well-making, 19, 172.

in common lodging.
“Century” closet, 102.

houses, 40.
Cesspools, 158.

Measurements of, 42.
Chalk soil, 170.

required for animals, 40.
Charbon symptomatique, 258.

ventilation,
Charcoal sewage filters, 151.

39.
Chemical disinfectants, 210.

in schools, 42.
Chest-cavity in animals, Inspection

Ventilation fallacy con.
of, 247.

cerning, 40.
Chicken-pox, 226.

“Cyllin " as a disinfectant, 211.
Chimney as a ventilator, 51. Cysticercus cellulose, 252.
“Chinosol” as a disinfectant, 211.
Chlorine (“Chloros”) as a disinfect-
ant, 211.

D-TRAP, 93.
gas

disinfectant, Dairies, Cowsheds, and Milkshops
213.

Order, 187.
Cholera, 234.

Damp and tuberculosis, 4, 240.
and shell-fish, 266.

-proof course, 174.
Precautions against, 235-

walls from defective construc-
237.

tion 176.
Cistern overflows, 129, 138.

foundations,
Cisterns, 20, 103, 128, 138.

174-176.

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Damp walls from defective parapet | Disinfection experiments, 198.
walls, 177.

Process of, 199.
spouting, 177. Disinfectors, Experiments with, 205-

Remedies for, 174-178. 208.
Day's slop-water closet, 107. Distoma hepaticum, 257.
Death-rate and overcrowding, 7. Dortmund tank, 145.

Influence of back-to-back “Drain,” Definition of a, 76.
houses on, 9.

joints, 78.
Influence of occupation on,5

junctions, 81.
in urban and rural districts,

laying, 78.
5.

manholes, 81.
» Progressive improvement

pipes, 77.
in, 3.

testing, 139.
Deodorants, 198.

traps, 86.
Derby, Meat poisoning at, 251.

Necessity for, 87.
Destructors for refuse, 167.

ventilators, 135.
Diarrhea, 233.

Rainpipes as,
and back-to-back houses,

136.
243.

Drains, Bends in, 81.
decayed fruit, 269.

Construction of, 76.
ground air, 170.

Inspection pipes for, 82.
Dibdin slate contact beds, 153. Drainage, Inspection of house, 136.
slab filters, 153.

Separate system of, 75.
Diffusion of gases and ventilation, Dry areas, 175.
45.

Duckett's slop-water closets, 106.
Diphtheria, 190, 277.

and domestic animals, 187.
ground air, 170.

EARTH-CLOSETS, 75.
milk supply, 229, 266. Eczema epizootica, 254.
Dipstone trap, 93.

Ellison's ventilating bricks, 54.
Diseases of animals, 251-265. Enfield, Diphtheria at, 187.
Disinfectant, What constitutes a, Enteric fever, 190, 231.
197.

and milk, 232.
Disinfectants, Experiments with cer.

.. oysters, 266.
tain, by Drs. Klein, Houston, and

water, 24.
Gordon, 216.

Epidemic disease, Preventive meas.
Disinfection, 193-244.

ures against, 217-222.
by carbolic acid, 210. Epidemics, Duty of Inspector during,
chemical substances,

244.
210.

Equifex” disinfector, 203.
» chinosol, 211.

Erysipelas, 238.
chlorine (“chloros”), Excrement and refuse disposal, 160-
211.

168.
chlorine gas, 213. Expectoration and phthisis, 243.
corrosive

sublimate,
211.
formic aldehyde Fans for ventilation, 56.
vapour, 213.

Farcy, 264.
fumigation, 212. Febrile disorders in animals, 264.
heat, 199.

Felt as a roof covering, 179.
lime-washing of Fiddian sewage distributor, 153.

walls, 213. Field's flush tank, 94.
.

» soap and water, 213. Filters, 25-32.

sulphurous acid, 212. Charcoal, 26.

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Filters, Domestic, 26.

Germs and spores, 198.
Experiments with, by Dr. H. Germ theory of disease, 188, 189.

H. Johnston, 27-30. Glanders, 264.
Experiments with, by Dr. Glass-lined pipes, 23.

Sims Woodhead and Dr. Goddard, Massey, and Warner's dis-
Wood, 30-32.

infecting apparatus, 202.
Experiments with various, Granite, 172.
27-32.

Grate, Leamington, 64.
Large-grain ærobic biologi. Gravel soil, 169.
cal, 149, 152.

Grease-traps, 91.
Magnetic carbide of iron, 26. Ground air, 170, 181.
Sand, 25.

water, 13.
Slate slab, 153.

Gully, Adams' flushing, 96.
“Filtre Rapide" of Maignen, 26.

traps, 89.
Fire-place, Staffordshire, 63.
Fire-places in kitchens, 107.
Open, 61.

HAMMOND'S ventilating burner, 57.
Teale's, 64-66.

Hassell's drain joint, 80.
Fires, Gas, 68.

Heat as a destructor of parasites in
Fish unfit for food, 265.

meat, 253.
Flashings, 174.

disinfectant, 199.
Floor joists, 184.

means of ventilation, 57.
Ploughed and tongued, 183. Heating by gas, 68,
Wood-brick, 183.

Hendon epidemic, 187.
Floors, Cellar and basement, 181. Hinckes-Bird's window ventilator,
Flour, 269.

53.
Flukes or liver rot, 257.

Hog-cholera, 255.
Flushing gully, Adams', 96.

Hollow walls, 175.
Flush tanks, Automatic, 94. Hopper-closet, 89.
Food, 245, 269.

Horse flesh, Characteristics of,
» Duty of inspector as regards, 248.
245.

Hospitals for infectious cases, 194.
Foot-and-mouth disease, 254. Hot-air disinfecting apparatus, 201.
Formalin, 211.

Hot-water pipes, Warming by, 69.
Formogene Richard lamp, 215. House, Aspect for a, 171.
Foundations of houses, 174.

construction, 169-186.
Frost and water-service pipes, 129.

drainage, Inspection of, 136.
Effect of, on brickwork, 171.

-refuse, 160.
on out-door W.C's., 110.

Site for a, 169.
Fruit, 269.

Houses, Damp, 174.
Fumigation as a disinfectant, 212. Hydrophobia, 238.
Furniture, 185.

Hygiene, Past history of, 1.

GALVANISED iron, as a material for INCUBATION period of infectious dis-
pipes, 22.

ease, 189.
Garfield coal filter, 152.

Infant diarrhoea, 233.
Gas-burners, Ventilation by, 57, 69.

and ground air, 170.
Gas, Effect of combustion of, on air, Infection and disinfection, 186-243.
37.

Infectious disease, General preven.
fires, 68.

tive
Geneste and Herscher “Equifex”

against, 193-199.
disinfecting apparatus, 203.

Notification of,
German measles, 230.

194, 197, 244.

measures

Infectious Diseases (Prevention) Act, Land irrigation, Treatment of sewage
1890, 187.

by, 150.
Infective agents, Nature of, 186.

treatment of sewage, Essential
Insanitary plumbing, Examples of,

conditions for, 142.
130-136.

Latham, Mr. Baldwin, on size and
Inspection of house drainage, 136. fall of sewers, 83.

pipes for drains, 82. Laundry waste water, 89.
Intermittent sewage filtration, 150. Lavatories, 128, 135, 138.
Invasion period of infectious disease, Lead for roofs, &c., 173, 177, 180.
189.

lining for sinks, 125.
Iron as a material for pipes, 22.

outgo to closet pans, 120.
Magnetic carbide of, as a water pipes, Bending, 118.
filter, 26.

Dresser for, 118.
Spongy, as a water filter, 26.

Joints in, 115.
Irrigation, Broad land, 150.

Mandril for, 118.
Isolation, 193, 223.

Straightening, 118.
hospitals, 194.

Leamington grate, 64.
Period of, in different dis- Legislation, History of sanitary, 2.
eases, 223.

Light around buildings, 171.
Ive's tank, 145.

Lime as a sewage precipitant, 144.
Lingner disinfecting apparatus, 213.

Liver of animals, Inspection of, 248.
JOINTS, Astragal, 118.

Liver-rot in sheep, 257.

Local Government Board memoran.
between lead and earthen-

dum

on

preventive measures
ware, 120.
Block, 118.

against infectious disease, 217-222.
Blown, 117.

Lodging houses, Cubic space required
Caulked lead, 117.

in, 40.

Louvred ventilators, 54.
Copper bit, 117.
Flange, 120.

Low, Dr. Bruce, and cat diphtheria,

187.
Patent drain, 79.
Soil-pipe, 115.

Lowcock's bacteriological filter, 153.
Wiped, 115.

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Lungs of animals, Inspection of, 247.
Joists, 184.

Lyon's disinfecting apparatus, 201.
Junctions, Drain, 81.

MACKENZIE, Dr., and room disinfec.

tion, 214.
KANTHACK, Dr., and formio aldehyde Made soils, 170.
disinfection, 215.

Magnetic carbide of iron filters, 26,
Keen's cement, 173.

Magnetone as a sewage purifier,
Kenwood, Dr., and formic aldehyde 151.
disinfection, 214, 215.

Maignen’s filter, Experiments with,
Kitchen fire-places, 163.

27.
Klein, Dr., and disinfection by heat,

“Filtre Rapide,” 26.
199.

Malaria and ground air, 170.
and meat poisoning, 230. Malarial fevers, 238.
Koch, Dr., and chemical disinfec- Mandril, 118.
tants, 210.

Manholes, 81, 83, 85.
and non-identity of Manhole covers, 85.

human and bovine Marl and mortar making, 172.

tuberoulosis, 258.
and remedy for con- Martin's cement, 173.
sumption, 239.

Mason's trap, 93.

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» soil, 170.

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