Parliamentary Papers, Band 10

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REPORT
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CHAPTER IX
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THE PROBLEM OF PUERPERAL SEPSIS
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CHAPTER I
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Defective materials methods and workmanship
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CHAPTER II
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Water supply and drainage loans 4 Rivers pollution prevention
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Public cleansing
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Tuberculosis dispensaries
5
General
12
Cost of private enterprise assisted houses
24
Financial working of the scheme
29
Rents
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Grants
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Vaccinal condition
3
Conclusion
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Nuisance from mosquitoes
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Stranding of whales in the Dornoch Firth 8 Offensive trades
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River survey of Scotland
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A typical river survey
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History of river pollution
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History and methods of sewage purification 1 Irrigation 2 Detritus tanks or grit chambers
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3 Precipitation
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4 Contact beds and filtration
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5 Humus tanks 6 Septic tanks
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7 Activated sludge or bioaeration processes
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Sewage purification works for varying circumstances
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The sludge difficulty in relation to sewage purification
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The purification of trade wasteBeet sugar
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Tidal waters
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The effect of pollution on rivers and their recovery
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Investigations on the River Severn at Shrewsbury
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Sewage fungus
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Sewage standards in relation to dilution
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Strength of sewage
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Royal Commission on Sewage Disposal 19011915 Summary of conclusions
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1 Legal and administrative 2 Methods of purification
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3 Storm overflows
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4 Purification of distillery waste 5 Standards for effluents
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6 Trade wastes
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Sewage disposal in rural areas
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The future of river pollution and sewage purification
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CHAPTER V
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Conversion of premises originally devoted to other purposes
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Proposed legislation
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The sources of information
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Varieties and sources of infecting germs 4 Signs of puerperal sepsis 5 Methods of prophylaxis
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Encephalitis lethargica in later stages
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Interrelation of hospital authorities
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Maternity and child welfare centres
152
Maternity services
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Health visitor
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Feeding of infants with condensed milk
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Antenatal clinic
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Midwives
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Illustrative outbreaks 10 Maternity beds 11 Puerperal fever
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Puerperal pyrexia
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Puerperal morbidity
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The Preservatives Regulations as standards under the Sale of Food
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Contributory Old Age Pensions
225
Contributions not paid at due dates
233
Claims for pension between the ages of 65 and 70 where title
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Miscellaneous
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Repayment of poor relief from arrears of pension
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Security arrangements of societies and defalcations
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Expenditure under Section 26 of the Act of 1924
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Expenses of clerks to insurance committees attending association
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Drugs and appliances
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Questions of insurability
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Subsidiary employments
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CHAPTER XVII
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Hospital and consultant service
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Loans to parish councils
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CHAPTER IV
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General nature of case records
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TUBERCULOSIS
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Cases of mental deficiency
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Housing PAGE
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Infectious Disease Notifications
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to benefits at 31st December 1927
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Table showing for 1914 and each of the last ten years
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A stationary deathrate
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Notifications
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Approved accommodation
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Joint sanatorium schemes
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Day nurseries kindergartens and play centres
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Change of attitude
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tobacco 8
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The Advance of the Cigarette in general favour
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Knowledge of occupations
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Tuberculosis in the Highlands and Islands
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Hairmyres industrial workshops
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Institutional treatment of the tuberculous child
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Xrays in the diagnosis of tuberculosis
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The Ruppel antituberculosis serum Osmoserin
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Staff
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Cooperation with public health services
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Infectious disease and school closure
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Medical supervision of school children
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Nutrition
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Investigation into the nutritive value of milk for school children
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Treatment clinics
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Tonsils and adenoids
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Dental treatment
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Defective vision
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Remedial and orthopædic clinics
11
Personal hygiene
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Sanitary conditions of schools
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Relations with dentists
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Appeals under the Old Age Pensions Acts 19081924
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War Charities Acts 19161919
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Income
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General 2 Services assisted in 1927
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Financial position of the Fund
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Conclusion
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Emigration
Introduction
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Administration of the Milk and Dairies Scotland Act 1914
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Infectious disease at dairies
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Cooperation in the administration of the Act and the Tuberculosis Order
5
A course for sanitary inspectors in clean milk production
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Other educative measures
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Progress of highergrade milk
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Measles
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Sampling of bottled milk
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Dairying conditions in Holland and Denmark
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The Condensed and Dried Milk Regulations 1923
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The humane slaughter of animals for food
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A comparison of standards of inspection
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An offence under the Meat Regulations
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Admission of carcases and moribund animals to slaughterhouses
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The Public Health Preservatives c in Food Regulations
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Compulsory acquisition of land
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