Transactions of the Sanitary Institute, 14. köide

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Page 230 - Where persons are employed at home, that is to say, to a private house, room, or place which, though used as a dwelling, is by reason of the work carried on there a factory or...
Page 50 - working class " includes 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 of such persons who may be residing with them.
Page 80 - Act of 1891 prohibited the employment, of young persons under eighteen in shops for a longer period than seventy-four hours, including meal times, in any one week : and which has by the Alkali Works Regulation Acts, the Coal and Metalliferous Mines...
Page 23 - OFFICE.— Annual Summary of Births, Deaths, and Causes of Death in London and other large cities, 1881.
Page 130 - ... that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or other mechanical means...
Page 245 - ... (5.) He shall report to the Sanitary Authority any noxious or offensive businesses, trades, or manufactories' established within the district, and the breach or non-observance of any byelaws or regulations made in respect of the same.
Page 246 - He shall at all reasonable times, when applied to by the medical officer of health, produce to him his books, or any of them, and render to him such information as he may be able to furnish with respect to any matter to which the duties of inspector of nuisances relate.
Page 245 - J (2.) He shall attend all meetings of the Sanitary -> Authority when so required. (3.) He shall by inspection of the District, both systematically at certain periods, and at intervals as occasion may require, keep himself informed in respect of the nuisances existing therein that require abatement.
Page 246 - ... for such food, he shall cause the same to be seized, and take such other proceedings as may be necessary in order to have the same dealt with by a Justice : Provided, that in any case of doubt arising under this clause, he shall report the matter to the Medical Officer of Health, with the view of obtaining his advice thereon.
Page 246 - On receiving information from the inspector of nuisances that his intervention is required in consequence of the existence of any nuisance injurious to health or of any overcrowding in a house, he shall, as early as practicable take such steps authorised by the statutes in that behalf as the circumstances of the case may justify and require.

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