Parliamentary Papers, Volume 10

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

CONTENTS
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CHAPTER IX
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CHAPTER I
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Defective materials methods and workmanship
28
CHAPTER II
42
Water supply and drainage loans 4 Rivers pollution prevention
43
Public cleansing
44
Nuisance from mosquitoes
45
Investigations on the River Severn at Shrewsbury
11
Sewage fungus
12
Sewage standards in relation to dilution
13
1915 Summary
16
Distinction between Pipe and Cigarette Tobacco
29
conclusions
42
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1 Legal and administrative
1

Stranding of whales in the Dornoch Firth 8 Offensive trades
46
CHAPTER III
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SYPHILIS AND GONORRHEA IN SCOTLAND AND
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Conversion of premises originally devoted to other purposes
112
Proposed legislation
118
The sources of information
123
Varieties and sources of infecting germs
131
Encephalitis lethargica in later stages
137
Health visitor
163
Antenatal clinic
175
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
Repayment of poor relief from arrears of pension
245
CHAPTER XV
267
Legal proceedings
290
CHAPTER VII
328
Poor Law Emergency Provisions Scotland Act 1927
329
Loans to parish councils
335
Venereal Disease
367
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Introductory
1
River survey of Scotland
2
World Production and TradeEmpire Share
11
General
12
Introduction
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Incidence
2
A typical river survey
3
History of river pollution
4
History and methods of sewage purification
5
Quality of the medical service
8
Conclusion
14
1 Irrigation
1
2 Detritus tanks or grit chambers
2
3 Precipitation
3
Effect of Preference on Empire Production
9
The Advance of the Cigarette in general favour
16
Financial working of the scheme
29
Staff
1
4 Contact beds and filtration
4
5 Humus tanks
5
6 Septic tanks
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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
2 Methods of purification
2
3 Storm overflows
3
4 Purification of distillery waste
4
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6 Trade wastes
6
7 Sewage disposal in rural areas
7
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The future of river pollution and sewage purification
16
Relations with dentists
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Miscellaneous
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A stationary deathrate
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Notifications
2
Approved accommodation
3
Joint sanatorium schemes
4
Conclusion
8
Cost of private enterprise assisted houses
24
Tuberculosis dispensaries
5
Grants
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
their number classification
15
Inadequacy of health supervision
17
Rents
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Proceedings taken by Local Authorities under Housing Acts
33
Development Orders
39
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