Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, Volume 28

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Page 271 - This must have been the curriculum for their celibates," we may fancy him concluding. " I perceive here an elaborate preparation for many things: especially for reading the books of extinct nations...
Page 485 - Any fireplace or furnace which does not as far as practicable consume the smoke arising from the combustible used therein, and which is used for working engines by steam, or in any mill, factory, dyehouse, brewery, bakehouse, or gaswork, or in any manufacturing or trade process whatsoever; and Any chimney (not being the chimney of a private dwelling-house) sending forth black smoke in such quantity as to be a nuisance...
Page 255 - The duty to provide for the medical inspection of children immediately before, or at the time of, or as soon as possible after, their admission to a public Elementary School, and on such other occasions as the Board of Education direct...
Page 271 - ... or some college examination papers, we may imagine how puzzled an antiquary of the period would be on finding in them no indication that the learners were ever likely to be parents. "This must have been the curriculum for their celibates,
Page 463 - Commission states that there can be no doubt but that in a certain number of cases the tuberculosis occurring in the human subject, especially in children, is the direct result of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis...
Page 452 - Where any right of support has been acquired before the passing of this Act by a local authority in respect of any sanitary work, and no compensation is at the passing of this Act recoverable in respect of such right, nothing in this Act shall be construed to apply to the work in respect of which such right has been acquired...
Page 418 - Whereas the improvement in the health of and the hygienic conditions surrounding school children depends largely upon the intelligent operation, the competency, the interest, and the faithfulness of teachers and principals in matters of hygienic importance: Therefore be it Resolved, That all schools having courses for the training of teachers should give instruction in: (a) Personal and school hygiene; and (6) The principles and practice of physical training. And that to each of these subjects should...
Page 420 - QB', the name of a series of The Law Reports published by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales) App. Cas. Appeal Cases (a series of law reports preceding 'AC
Page 166 - If the total of all scores is And each division is The sanitary conditions are 480 or above.. 90 or above.. EXCELLENT 450 or above.. 80 or above. GOOD 400 or above.- 60 or above., _ MEDIUM Below 400 Or any division is below 60. POOR The sanitary conditions are.. _
Page 354 - It will be safe to infer, however, from the above results, that there is no river in the United Kingdom long enough to effect the destruction of sewage by oxidation.

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