Parliamentary Papers, Volume 10

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

Age distribution of deaths
15
CHAPTER IX
16
THE PROBLEM OF PUERPERAL SEPSIS
17
Houses completed in 1927
21
Defective materials methods and workmanship
28
Miscellaneous
34
GENERAL SANITATION
42
CHAPTER III
49
Relation of exempt persons to the Contributory Pensions
16
Treatment of the venereal diseases by general practitioners
23
152
61
352
62
Grants
67
Prolongation of insurance and concessions with regard to arrears
3
Tuberculosis in the Highlands and Islands
7
Conclusion
14

History of river pollution
55
7 Activated sludge or bioaeration processes
62
Tidal waters
69
Sewage standards in relation to dilution
75
Sewage disposal in rural areas
89
Venereal disease administration in Scotland in 1926
107
Localities that still require the provision of centres
113
The sources of information
123
Varieties and sources of infecting germs 4 Signs of puerperal sepsis 5 Methods of prophylaxis
131
Infective jaundice
138
Orientation of the hospital service
145
Maternity and child welfare centres
152
Maternity hospitals and homes
159
Health visitor
163
Antenatal clinic
175
Midwives
176
Illustrative outbreaks 10 Maternity beds 11 Puerperal fever
177
Puerperal pyrexia
178
Puerperal morbidity
179
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186
The Preservatives Regulations as standards under the Sale of Food
217
Contributory Old Age Pensions
225
Contributions not paid at due dates
232
Administrative machinery
238
Workmens compensation
244
Repayment of poor relief from arrears of pension
254
Expenditure of approved societies on administration
257
239
264
Range of service questions
271
e Check of title to benefit of persons receiving prescriptions
278
CHAPTER XVI
293
Approved societies and insurance committees
295
CHAPTER XVII
299
A Commentary on Six Years Work as District Medical Officer of the SouthWestern District 1 Introduction
300
Industrial characteristics
301
Some effects of the coal stoppage
302
Adaptation of medical curriculum
303
The importance of record keeping
304
Hospital and consultant service
305
Clinical difficulties
306
Knowledge of occupations
307
Need for team work
308
Conclusion
309
The Technical Supervision of Dental Benefit 1 The value of dental benefit
310
References by societies and dentists
311
Estimate references
313
Local distribution of cases
315
Arrangements for examinations of insured persons referred
316
Relations with dentists
317
Attitude of insured person
318
CHAPTER XVIII
319
Poor Law finance
321
111
324
Administration of Poor Law relief
325
Statutory complaints of inadequate relief
327
Relief to the ablebodied unemployed
328
Poor Law Emergency Provisions Scotland Act 1927
329
Unemployed Workmen Act 1905
332
Loans to parish councils
335
General nature of case records
341
Cases of mental deficiency
347
Summary
362
description of schemes confirmed in 1927
365
Abstract of cases of infectious disease reported in the sixteen
371
Statement showing for Scotland for periods to 31st December
377
117
378
268
379
120
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A stationary deathrate
1
The chief producing countries
3
Issue of special contribution cards
20
Tonsils and adenoids
8
Dental treatment
9
B Consumption
14
Subsidiary employments
26
Postmortem examinations
27
The problem of the defaulter
28
Ideals and conclusion
33
160
46
Staff
1
Cooperation with public health services
2
Infectious disease and school closure
3
The outlook
9
General arrangements
12
General
20
Special position of superannuated members of police forces
21
Outworkers
27
Smallpox
46
Incidence
2
Services assisted in 1927
4
Nutrition CHAPTER X
5
Defective vision
10
Remedial and orthopedic clinics
11
Personal hygiene
12
Sanitary conditions of schools
13
Voluntary insurance
4
Investigation into the nutritive value of milk for school children
6
Treatment clinics
7
17
94
their number classification
111
253
117
The application of the Fund
3
Financial position of the Fund
4
Insulin
5
Conclusion
8
Exempt persons
13
Introduction
1
Administration of the Milk and Dairies Scotland Act 1914
3
Infectious disease at dairies
4
A course for sanitary inspectors in clean milk production
6
Other educative measures
7
Progress of highergrade milk
8
Measles
9
Sampling of bottled milk
10
Dairying conditions in Holland and Denmark
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
171 172 173
20
Rents
27
175
30
178
31
Proceedings taken by Local Authorities under Housing Acts
33
180
36
Development Orders
39
170
42
182
43
185
45
189
46
191
50
192
55
193
65
194
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201
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216
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