The Sanitary Record, Volume 12

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Sanitary Publishing Company, 1891
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Page 169 - ... in a state so dangerous or injurious to health as to be unfit for human habitation...
Page 296 - For fixing the number of persons who may occupy a house or part of a house which is let in lodgings or occupied by members of more than one family : 2.
Page 64 - 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 170 - That the building is in a state of defective sanitation, or is not in reasonably good repair ; or 3. That the building is unfit, and not reasonably capable of being made fit, for human habitation ; and, if the commissioners are satisfied by such evidence, then the compensation — (a) Shall in the first case, so far as it is based on rental, be based on the rental...
Page 259 - ... exposed for sale, or deposited in any place for the purpose of sale, or of preparation for sale, and intended for the food of man...
Page 71 - England was indicated by the fact that the instructions to this commission were simply " to inquire and report what is the effect, if any, of food derived from tuberculous animals on human health; and, if prejudicial, what are the circumstances and conditions with regard to the tuberculosis in the animal which produce that effect upon man.
Page 90 - ... an inconvenience materially interfering with the ordinary comfort physically of human existence, not merely according to elegant or dainty modes and habits of living, but according to plain and sober and simple notions among the English people.
Page 169 - It shall be the duty of every local authority to cause to be made from time to time inspection of their district, with a view to ascertain what nuisances exist calling for abatement under the powers of this Act, and to enforce the provisions of this Act in order to abate the same...
Page 172 - The assessment to inhabited house duty of any house originally built or adapted by additions or alterations and used for the sole purpose of providing separate dwellings for persons at rents not exceeding for each dwelling the rate of seven shillings and sixpence a week, and occupied only by persons paying such rents...
Page 162 - 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. (13.) He shall, if directed by the sanitary authority to do so, superintend and see to the due...

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