Parliamentary Papers, Volume 10

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1928 - Bills, Legislative
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Contents

CONTENTS
15
CHAPTER IX
16
THE PROBLEM OF PUERPERAL SEPSIS
17
CHAPTER I
21
Defective materials methods and workmanship
28
CHAPTER II
42
Water supply and drainage loans 4 Rivers pollution prevention
43
Public cleansing
44
Conclusion
14
22
15
Incidence
19
Change of attitude
1
Incidence
2
Services assisted in 1927
3
23
5
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Nuisance from mosquitoes
45
Stranding of whales in the Dornoch Firth 8 Offensive trades
46
CHAPTER III
49
River survey of Scotland
50
A typical river survey
52
History of river pollution
55
History and methods of sewage purification
56
SYPHILIS AND GONORRHEA IN SCOTLAND AND
106
Conversion of premises originally devoted to other purposes
112
1 Irrigation
114
Proposed legislation
118
The sources of information
123
The outbreak of 1927
126
Varieties and sources of infecting germs 4 Signs of puerperal sepsis 5 Methods of prophylaxis
131
Progress of the epidemic
133
Health visitor
163
Antenatal clinic
175
Midwives
176
Illustrative outbreaks 10 Maternity beds 11 Puerperal fever
177
Puerperal pyrexia
178
Puerperal morbidity 14 Conclusion
179
171
202
172
205
The Preservatives Regulations as standards under the Sale of Food
217
Contributory Old Age Pensions
225
Contributions not paid at due dates
233
Claims for pension between the ages of 65 and 70 where title
239
173
241
Repayment of poor relief from arrears of pension
245
174
246
Security arrangements of societies and defalcations
255
Expenditure under Section 26 of the Act of 1924
262
175
264
Expenses of clerks to insurance committees attending association
268
Drugs and appliances
275
Questions of insurability
282
Subsidiary employments
288
CHAPTER XVII
299
Hospital and consultant service
305
Poor Law Emergency Provisions Scotland Act 1927
329
Loans to parish councils
335
General nature of case records
341
Cases of mental deficiency
347
description of schemes confirmed in 1927
365
Sale of Food and Drugs Acts
372
117
378
Table showing for 1914 and each of the last ten years
383
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384
Statement of average weekly cost of lunatic poor in poorhouses
390
Staff
1
2 Detritus tanks or grit chambers
2
3 Precipitation
3
4 Contact beds and filtration
4
5 Humus tanks
5
6 Septic tanks
6
7 Activated sludge or bioaeration processes 6 Sewage purification works for varying circumstances 7 The sludge difficulty in relation to sewage purif...
7
The purification of trade wasteBeet sugar
8
Tidal waters
9
The effect of pollution on rivers and their recovery
10
Investigations on the River Severn at Shrewsbury
11
Sewage fungus
12
Sewage standards in relation to dilution
13
Housing Rural Workers Act 1926Object of
20
180
21
Financial working of the scheme
29
181
30
Derelict contribution cards
31
182
53
120
58
185
60
193
61
CHAPTER XI
80
General
12
1915 Summary
16
Malaria dysentery and trench fever
23
Deposit contributors
32
conclusions
43
1 Legal and administrative
1
2 Methods of purification
2
3 Storm overflows
3
4 Purification of distillery waste
4
5 Standards for effluents
5
6 Trade wastes
6
7 Sewage disposal in rural areas
7
The future of river pollution and sewage purification
16
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25
60
26
62
27
66
28
72
29
75
30
82
32
83
33
89
34
90
35
29
49
A stationary deathrate
1
Notifications
2
Approved accommodation
3
Joint sanatorium schemes
4
34
5
35
14
Relations with dentists
7
200
60
Miscellaneous
73
Grants
90
201
100
148
104
Appeals under the Old Age Pensions Acts 19081924
107
203
108
204
115
239
121
152
126
205
131
Extent of schemes
1
Number of old age pensions
2
Administration of the Milk and Dairies Scotland Act 1914
3
Infectious disease at dairies
4
Conclusion
8
Cost of private enterprise assisted houses
24
Accounts and statistics
33
Antenatal care
5
A course for sanitary inspectors in clean milk production
6
Tuberculosis in the Highlands and Islands
7
Hairmyres industrial workshops
8
Institutional treatment of the tuberculous child
9
Xrays in the diagnosis of tuberculosis
10
The Ruppel antituberculosis serum Osmoserin
11
The Condensed and Dried Milk Regulations 1923
13
The humane slaughter of animals for food
14
A comparison of standards of inspection
15
An offence under the Meat Regulations
16
Inadequacy of health supervision
17
The Public Health Preservatives c in Food Regulations
18
The Advance of the Cigarette in general favour
25
Final measurements
28
96
31
211
33
Compulsory acquisition of land
34
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37
215
43
101
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217
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