Index to Volume VI. Part 73. July 15,1875

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Page 138 - Certainly a man has a right to do what he likes with his own, but then every man who does so must make up his mind to certain little penalties.
Page 205 - For the purposes of this act, 1. any premises in such a state as to be a nuisance or injurious to health; 2.
Page 181 - The art of preserving health; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote.
Page 22 - Any medical officer of health, inspector of nuisances, or inspector of weights and measures, or any inspector of a market, or any police constable under the direction and at the cost of the looal authority appointing such officer, inspector, or constable, or charged with the execution...
Page 11 - ... by addition or otherwise, so that it, or any part thereof, shall be inadequate or defective in respect to strength, ventilation, light, sewerage, or...
Page 138 - There shall be no more thence an infant of days, nor an old man that hath not filled his days; for the child shall die a hundred years old; but the sinner, being a hundred years old, shall be accursed.
Page 205 - On the written application of any person to a local authority, stating that any drain watercloset earthcloset privy ashpit or cesspool on or belonging to any premises within their district is a nuisance or injurious to health (but not otherwise), the local authority may, by writing, empower their surveyor or inspector of nuisances, after twenty-four hours...
Page 49 - Mr. Hastings introduced a Bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of putting a private medical man into the position of a criminal if he did not become a state official, whenever he came into contact with infectious disease, whether he was willing to be a state official or not. The Bill came on for second reading on June 27th in last year. The House was counted out immediately after Mr. Hastings' speech in its favour, and the Bill was not proceeded with.
Page 206 - ... to cause the said works to be inspected while in progress, and from time to time during their execution to order such reasonable alterations therein, additions thereto, and abandonment of part or parts thereof, as may to the vestry or board or their officers appear, on the fuller knowledge afforded by the opening of the ground, requisite to secure the complete and perfect working of such works...
Page 3 - Board shall, for the purposes of any inquiry directed by the Board, have in relation to witnesses and their examination, the production of papers and accounts, and the inspection of places and matters required to be inspected, similar powers to those which poor law inspectors have under the Acts relating to the relief of the poor for the purposes of those Acts.

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