Parliamentary Papers, Volume 38

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Page 77 - (a.) By delivery of the same personally to the person required to be served, or, if such person is absent abroad or cannot be found, to his agent, or...
Page 19 - Any person who lets or suffers to be occupied or who occupies any room or place as a bakehouse in contravention of this section shall be liable, on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding forty shillings, and...
Page 19 - The court of summary jurisdiction, in addition to or instead of inflicting such fine, may order certain means to be adopted by the occupier, within the time named in the order, for the purpose of bringing his factory or...
Page 87 - ... sanitary authority or the medical officer of health, cause the same to be disinfected or destroyed, as the case may require ; and if the said master neglect to comply with such direction within a reasonable time, the authority shall cause the same to be carried into execution. ART.
Page 22 - ... from which the supply of water is drawn, or into the soil in which the wells are situate— a danger which may exist on a small scale (but perhaps often repeated in the same district) at the pump or dip-well of a private house, or on a large or even vast scale in the source of public water-works: and, secondly, there is the danger of breathing air which is foul with effluvia from the same sorts of impurity.
Page 77 - By leaving the same at the usual or last known place of abode of such person as aforesaid, or by forwarding the same by post in a registered letter, addressed to the usual or last known place of abode of such person...
Page 85 - ... shall, as speedily as practicable with the approval of the chief officer of customs of the port, fix some place where...
Page 32 - An Act for the more effectual relief of the destitute poor in Ireland...
Page 28 - Regulations for cleansing, purifying, ventilating, and disinfecting, and preventing Disease, in Ships and Vessels, as well upon Arms and Parts of the Sea aforesaid as upon inland AVaters.
Page 85 - Such detention by the officer of customs shall cease as soon as the ship shall have been duly visited and examined by the medical officer of health ; or, if the ship shall, upon such examination, be found to be infected with cholera, as soon as the same shall be moored or anchored in pursuance of article 10 of this order.

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