Parliamentary Papers, Volume 37

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1877
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Page 65 - ... of the same ; the condition of the buildings, grounds and other property connected therewith, and into all other matters pertaining to their usefulness and good management ; and for these purposes they shall have free access to the grounds, buildings and all books and papers relating to...
Page lxi - With respect to the structure of walls, foundations, roofs and chimneys of new buildings, for securing stability and the prevention of fires, and for purposes of health...
Page 30 - He shall enter from day to day, in a book to be provided by the Sanitary Authority, particulars of his inspections and of the action taken by him in the execution of his duties. He shall also keep a book or books, to be provided by the Sanitary Authority, so arranged as to form, as far as possible, a continuous record of the sanitary condition of each of the premises in respect of which any action...
Page 29 - ... to be diseased or unsound or unwholesome or unfit for the food of man, he may seize and carry away the same himself or by an assistant, in order to have the same dealt with by a justice.
Page 30 - ... 15. He shall give immediate information to the Local Government Board of any outbreak of dangerous epidemic disease within the district, and shall transmit to the Board, on forms to be provided by them, a quarterly return of the sickness and deaths within the district, and also a copy of each annual, and of any special, report.
Page lxii - 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 68 - That all children within this province, of the age of twelve years, shall be taught some useful trade or skill, to the end none may be idle; but the poor may work to live and the rich, if they become poor, may not want.
Page 29 - He shall, by inspection of the district, both systematically at certain periods, and at intervals as occasion may require, keep himself informed of the conditions injurious to health existing therein. 4. He shall be prepared to advise the Sanitary Authority on all matters affecting the health of the district, and on all sanitary points involved in the action of the Sanitary Authority...
Page 72 - ... liable to be maintained by the commonwealth shall be supported during their sickness by the city or town in which they are taken sick...
Page 72 - Every city and town shall relieve and support all poor and indigent persons lawfully settled therein, whenever they stand in need thereof.

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