Sessional Papers, Volume 39

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1902 - Great Britain
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Page 6 - Commutation Rent-charge, if any, and deducting therefrom the probable average annual cost of the repairs, insurance, and other expenses, if any, necessary to maintain them in a state to command such Rent...
Page 5 - Elizabeth directed to be employed in setting to work children and persons capable of labour, but using no daily trade, and in the necessary relief of the impotent, is applied to purposes opposed to the letter, and still more to the spirit of that Law, and destructive to the morals of the most numerous class, and to the welfare of all.
Page 9 - Act for reception and relief of the sick, insane, or infirm or other class or classes of the poor chargeable in unions or parishes in the metropolis.
Page 22 - ... aforesaid, shall include instruction in the branches of science and art with respect to which grants are for the time being made by the Department of Science and Art, and any other form of instruction (including modern languages and commercial and agricultural subjects), which may for the time being be sanctioned by that Department by a minute laid before Parliament and made on the representation of a local authority that such a form of instruction is required by the circumstances of its district.
Page 67 - ... cottage gardens exceeding one quarter of an acre, market gardens, nursery grounds, orchards or allotments...
Page 27 - Any local authority may, with the sanction of the Local Government Board, for the purpose of defraying any costs, charges, and expenses...
Page 122 - No. 14. To send for the medical officer in case any pauper is taken ill or becomes insane, and to take care that all sick and insane paupers are duly visited by the medical officer, and are provided with such medicines and attendance, diet and other necessaries, as the medical officer or the guardians...
Page 5 - The Act is avowedly based on the principle that no one should be suffered to perish through want of what is necessary for sustaining life, but at the same time, that, if he be supported at the expense of the public, he must be content to receive such support on the terms deemed most consistent with the public welfare.
Page 123 - ... any negligence or other misconduct on the part of any of the subordinate officers, or servants of the establishment ; and generally to observe and fulfil all lawful orders and directions of the guardians suitable to his office.

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