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" Unless it is effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling ; and... "
The Law Relating to Factories and Workshops, with Introduction and ... - Page 40
by George Jarvis Notcutt - 1879 - 161 lehte
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Lectures on Sanitary Law

Alexander Wynter Blyth - 1893 - 287 lehte
...as a sleeping-place unless it is effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition ex- tending from the floor to the ceiling, and unless there be an external window glazed of at least nine superficial feet in area, of which at least 4J feet superficial are...
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Medical Press and Circular, 108. köide

1894
...constructed as follows ; that is to say : — "It must be effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling, and unless there be an external gla/ed window of at least nine su[>erficial feet in area, of which at least four-and-a-half superficial...
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Journal of the Sanitary Institute, 15. köide

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - 1895
...contravention of this Section shall be deemed not, to be kept in conformity with this Act." the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling,...at least nine superficial feet in area, of which at least four-and-ahalf superficial feet are made to open for ventilation." There is no apparent reason...
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A Text-book of the Science and Art of Bread-making: Including the Chemistry ...

William Jago - 1895 - 659 lehte
...building, may not be used as a sleeping place, unless it is effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling, and unless it has an external glazed window of at least nine superficial feet in area, of which at least four...
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The Sanitary Record, 17. köide

1896
...bakehouse for sleeping-places — this being only allowed when they were shut off from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling, and unless there were an external glazed window of nine square feet, of which at least half must open for ventilation....
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Journal of the Sanitary Institute, 17. köide

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - 1897
...constructed as follows, that is to say : — Unless it is effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling...nine superficial feet in area, of which at the least four-and-a-half superficial feet are made to open for ventilation. Any person Avho lets or occupies...
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Sessional Papers, 2. köide

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1901
...bakehouse by a partition 1O 58 & 59 Viet. extending from the floor to the ceiling ; and c. 37. s. 27. ^ nas an external glazed window of at least nine superficial...superficial feet are made to open for ventilation. (2.) If any person lets or occupies or continues to let or 15 knowingly suffers to be occupied any...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, 6. number,32–37. osa

1901
...follows, that is to say — unless sucn sleeping place is effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling;...unless there be an external glazed window of at least !* superficial feet in area, of which at least 4& superficial feet are made to open for ventilation....
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The Law of Factories and Workshops

Alfred Henry Ruegg, Great Britain, Leonard Mossop - 1902 - 573 lehte
...effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling ; and (b) has an external glazed window of at least nine superficial...superficial feet are made to open for ventilation. (2.) If any person lets or occupies or continues to let or knowingly suffers to be occupied any place...
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Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the ..., 19. köide

Edward William Cox - 1902
...effectually separated from the bakehouse by a partition extending from the floor to the ceiling ; and (6) has an external glazed window of at least nine superficial...superficial feet are made to open for ventilation. (2.) If any person lets or occupies or continues to let or knowingly suffers to be occupied any place...
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