The Public Health Act, 1875: And the Law Relating to Public Health, Local Government, and Urban and Rural Sanitary Authorities : with Introduction, Table of Statutes, Table of Reference to the Repealed Statutes, Table of Cases, Appendices of Statutes, and Index

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 1858
lxv
Power of rural authority to form parochial committees
lxxvi
258
lxxxiii
Preliminary
1
PART VIII
2
Incorporation of local boards and improvement commissioners
7
Powers and duties of rural authorities
11
Clause Page 16 Powers for making sewers
17
Sewage to be purified before being discharged into streams
18
Cleansing sewers
19
Map of system of sewerage
20
Power of owners and occupiers within district to drain into sewers of local authority
21
Use of sewers by owners and occupiers without district
22
Power of local authority to enforce drainage of undrained houses
23
Power of local authority to require houses to be drained into new sewers
24
Penalty on building house without drains in urban district
25
Penalty on unauthorized building over sewers and under streets
26
urban district
27
Disposal of Sewage 27 Powers for disposing of sewage 28 Power to agree for communication of sewers with sewers of adjoining district
28
Power to deal with land appropriated to sewage purposes
30
sewage
31
Notice to be given before commencing sewage works without district
32
In case of objection works not to be commenced without sanction
33
Local Government Board 34 Inspector to hold inquiry and report to Local Government Board PRIVIES WATERCLOSETS
35
Power of local authority to enforce provision of privy accommodation
36
for houses 37 As to earthclosets 38 Privy accommodation for factories
38
Public necessaries
39
Drains privies c to be properly kept
40
Examination of drains privies c on complaint of nuisance SCAVENGING AND CLEANSING
41
Local authority to provide for cleansing of streets and removal
42
refuse 43 Penalty on neglect of local authority to remove refuse
44
ing c on occupier 45 Power to provide receptacles for deposit of rubbish 46 Houses to be purified on certificate of officer of health or of two medic...
46
Penalty in respect of certain nuisances on premises
47
Provision for obtaining order for cleansing offensive ditches lying near to or forming the boundaries of districts 纪址
48
Removal of filth on certificate of inspector of nuisances
49
Periodical removal of manure from mews and other premises
50
General powers for supplying district with water
51
Restriction on construction of waterworks by local authority
52
As to construction of reservoirs
53
54 Power of carrying mains
54
As to supply of water
55
Power to charge water rates and rents
56
Incorporation of certain provisions of Waterworks Clauses Acts
57
Power to supply water by measure
58
Register of meter to be evidence
59
Penalty for injuring meters
60
Power to supply water to authority of adjoining district
61
Local authority may require houses to be supplied with water in certain cases
62
Powers of water company for supplying water to local authority
63
Vesting of public cisterns c in local authority
64
Water for public baths or trading or manufacturing purposes
65
Duty of urban authority to provide fireplugs
66
Agreement with universities
67
Penalty for causing water to be corrupted by gas washings
68
Local authority may take proceedings to prevent pollution of streams
69
Prohibition of occupying cellar dwellings
71
Existing cellar dwellings only to be let or occupied on certain co ditions
72
Penalty on persons offending against enactment
73
Definition of occupying as a dwelling
74
Power to close cellars in case of two convictions
75
Registers of common lodginghouses to be kept
76
All common lodginghouses to be registered and to be kept only by egistered keepers
77
Local authority may refuse to register houses
78
Notice of registration to be affixed to houses
79
Byelaws to be made by local authority
80
Power to local authority to require supply of water to houses
81
Limewashing of houses
82
Power to order reports from keepers of houses receiving vagrants
83
Keepers to give notice of fever c therein
84
As to inspection
85
Offences by keepers of houses
86
Evidence as to family in proceedings
87
Conviction for third offence to disqualify persons from keeping
88
THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BOROUGH FUNDS ACT 1872
91
Duty of local authority to inspect district for detection of nuisances
92
Information of nuisances to local authority
93
Local authority to serve notice requiring abatement of nuisance
94
On noncompliance with notice complaint to be made to justice
95
Power of court of summary jurisdiction to make order dealing with nuisance
96
Order of prohibition in case of house unfit for human habitation
97
Penalty for contravention of order of court
98
Appeal against order
99
In certain cases order may be addressed to local authority
100
Power to sell manure
102
Penalty for disobedience of order
103
Costs and expenses of execution of provisions relating to nuisances
104
Power of individual to complain to justice of nuisance
105
Power of officer of police to proceed in certain cases against nuisances
106
Local authority may take proceedings in superior court for abate ment of nuisances
107
Power to proceed where cause of nuisance arises without district
108
Provision in case of two convictions for overcrowding
109
Provision as to ships
110
Provisions of Act relating to nuisances not to affect other remedies
111
Restriction on establishment of offensive trade in urban district
112
Byelaws as to offensive trades in urban district
113
Duty of urban authority to complain to justice of nuisance arising from offensive trade
114
Power to proceed where nuisance arises from offensive trade carried on without district
115
Power of medical officer of health to inspect meat
119
Duty of local authority to cause premises to be cleansed and disinfected chiwi
120
Destruction of infected bedding
122
Provision of conveyance for infected persons
123
Removal of infected persons without proper lodging to hospital by order of justice
124
Removal to hospital of infected persons brought by ships
125
Penalty on exposure of infected persons and things
126
Preliminary
167
Power of local authorities to contract
173
Alkali works
176
PART VI
186
Special rules
187
Costs to be charged on borough and local funds
192
167
203
Power to make private improvement rates
213
ARBITRATION
219
Clause
220
Power to reduce or remit rates
225
Power to borrow on credit of rates
226
AUDIT
232
PART VII
241
What to be deemed a new building
246
Quota of rates to be paid by the universities
248
Summary proceedings for offences penalties
252
ALTERATION OF AREAS AND UNION OF DISTRICTS
257
Justices may act though members of local authority or liable
258
Mode of reference to arbitration
264
Powers of Local Government Board in relation to alteration of areas
270
Preliminary
273
Local Government Board may invest rural authority with powers
276
PART X
279
Meetings and proceedings of joint boards
282
Notice of action against local authority
285
Jurisdiction of port sanitary authority
288
Orders as to costs of inquiries
294
Repeal of Acts in Schedule V
300
Qualification
303
Entry on land for purposes of
305
Qualification of electors scale of voting register of owners
307
Power of local boards to change name
311
Counting of votes
314
349
315
As to clerk and treasurer of certain authorities
318
As to local boards established before the passing of the Local Government
321
As to audit of certain accounts
324
F Order of justice for admission of officer of local authority
332
Appointment of Proxy
338
THE BATHS AND WASHHOUSES ACTS 1846 1847
344
Meetings of the commissioners
350
Supply of gas and water
356
Memorial to Secretary of State
369
LOCOM
379
Establishment of library in connection with museum
388
THE STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES ACT 1863
399
THE LABOURINGCLASSES LODGINGHOUSES ACTS 1851
412
Tenants receiving parochial relief
413
Extent of Acts
415
Penalty on officers
417
Debentures
424
THE ARTIZANS AND LABOURERS DWELLINGS ACT 1868
426
Execution of works
432
THE ARTIZANS AND LABOURERS DWELLINGS IMPROVEMENT
439
Debenture stock
447
INCORPORATED CONSOLIDATION CLAUSES ACTS
449
BYELAWS
454
THE TOWNS IMPROVEMENT CLAUSES ACT 1847
455
Slaughterhouses
461
THE WATERWORKS CLAUSES ACT 1847
479
Priority of loans
495
As to coupons
503
SCHEDULE
510
Interpretation of term
511
Tenure of office
513
Funds for loans
517
Supplemental provisions as to loans and securities
526
Temporary provisions and repeal
531
Powers of General Board of Health vested in Privy Council
533
THE GARDENS IN TOWNS PROTECTION ACT 1863
538
THE PUBLIC PARKS SCHOOLS AND MUSEUMS ACT 1871
544
Powers to direct local inquiry
553
Amendment of definition of alkali works
562
Expenses of executing the
571
Paige
574
As to provisional orders made by Local Government Board
579
ACT 1875
595
Vict c i 1873 595 37 38 Vict c clxxxii 1874
599
Remuneration
605
URBAN INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES
611
Remuneration
616
common lodginghouse
628
565
629
As to certain orders under section 20 of 35 36 Vict c 79
630
Local boards under local Acts to exercise powers of burial boards
632
Evidence of byelaws
633
Saving for works and property of certain authorities and for navi
637
Size and weight of locomotives
638
Interpretation of common lodginghouse
639
Expenses in borough
641
infectious disease
650
65
651
247
653
Local Government Board may empower local authority to make byelaws as to lodginghouses
654
Borrowing powers
656
Appointment of officers of urban authority
659
Reference to arbitration in case of works not within preceding
659
Name and residence of owner to be affixed to locomotives
660
Interpretation of terms
667
Notices c may be printed or written
672
Power to borrow on mortgage
674
Local authority to repair fences
680
Breaking up streets for laying pipes
693

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